’30 Rock’: The Show Is All Set To Leave Netflix In August 2022

Recent updates have claimed that it is finally the time to say goodbye to Liz Lemon again with 30 Rock set to leave Netflix in the United States in August 2022. This is the show that is going to leave the streaming platform only after a year on the service.

30 Rock is a show that stars Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, and Tracy Morgan. The NBC comedy told the story of a TV showrunner battling the forces at be when it comes to keeping the TV shows alive. This is the show that got relicensed to Netflix surprisingly on August 1st, 2021 but it now turns out it was only for a year. All the seven seasons of this show are set to leave Netflix on August 1st, 2022 with your last day to watch being July 31st.

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For all the long-time subscribers of Netflix, you’ll know this isn’t the first time we’ve had to bid farewell to 30 Rock. Previously, we had to say goodbye to this Netflix show between 2014 to 2017 with all 7 seasons eventually leaving in October 2017. The removal of the show represents 139 episodes leaving the platform. Therefore, this time also all the seven seasons of the series are going to leave in August 2022. So, watch out for the series before it leaves the platform.

’30 Rock’: The Show Is All Set To Leave Netflix In August 2022

Where will the show 30 Rock stream next after leaving Netflix?

As per the reports, it has been known that the series will be available on three platforms to stream after leaving Netflix. The natural home for the series is going to be Peacock where the series is available on both the ad-supported and premium tiers.

Elsewhere that series is currently going to remain on Hulu although it’s not clear for how much longer, after all, NBCUniversal is slowly pulling back its involvement on this platform. Lastly, the series will be available with all seven seasons on The Roku Channel.

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