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The CW’s Reign Seasons 1-4 To Leave Netflix This June 2022

Season one to four of The CW’s Reign is still streaming on Netflix but will leave the platform very soon. It has been confirmed that the show will depart from the streaming site for users in the United States.

The Four-Season Reign Has Finally Ended

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Reign is a historical romantic television series produced by Warner Brothers Television and CBS Television Studios. The show ran from October 2013 to June 2017, spanning a total of four seasons with 78 episodes. The show is still being watched by fans despite the last episode aired five years ago.

The cast includes Adelaide Kane, Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs, Laurie McCarthy, Toby Regbo, Jenessa Grant, and Alan Van Sprang.

After four seasons, The CW decided to cancel the show. The writers have luckily planned for this in case the worst happens. The season finale started with the end of Mary’s reign as Scotland’s queen, the birth of her new child, and the murder of her husband. The episode ended with a scene two decades into the future.

The CW’s Reign Departs From Netflix (Where To Watch Now?)

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Since Netflix is not the original distributor of Reign, the show only has a limited run time on the platform. Warner Brothers has a deal with Netflix to only stream the content for five years.

The show has been removed across other multiple regions. Netflix UK ceased streaming the series in February 2021. Germany, France, and Switzerland were the last regions to cater to the series before completely removing it last September 2021.

Season 4 of Reign was added to the Netflix US library in September 2017 and has since run its course for over five years now. The show is supposed to expire in September 2022, but Netflix’s newsletter announced that the show will leave as early as June 2022.

There is a chance that The CW’s Reign will be transferred to HBO Max, as most shows leaving Netflix have similar cases. Although, there is no confirmation of this as of yet.

Written by Ariane Cruz

Content writer at FandomWire.