The penultimate Disney Pixar movie will be departing Netflix in November 2019 in line with the departure schedule that sees all Disney movies added between 2016 and 2019 slowly removed from the service.
Coco is one of Disney Pixar’s best debut movies in recent years with the studio increasingly reliant on its older IP for sequels. The animated movie is about an aspiring musician Miguel who enters the land of the dead.
The movie scored 2 Oscars, over 100 other rewards plus sits in the top 100 top-rated movies on IMDb. Among the
As you may know, Netflix had an output deal with Disney pictures between 2016 and the beginning of 2019. Coco came to Netflix in the latter half with it streaming on Netflix from May 29th, 2018.
Now, it’s nearly been a year and a half which means it’s due to leave the service. It’s currently scheduled to be removed from on Netflix on November 29th, 2019.
This removal date applies to Netflix in both the United States and Canada which both were recipients of all new Disney movies.
Where is Coco going to be streaming next after it leaves Netflix?
This question used to be answered with an unknown but given Disney+ is just around the corner, that’s where it’ll be streaming. Although it hasn’t been confirmed whether Coco will be on Disney+ for launch day, that’s where it’ll likely be in due course.
Coco is likely to return in the next decade though. As per previous reporting, Netflix supposedly owns the second window content to Disney titles which is why we’ve seen titles from 2009 added throughout the year.
There’s still plenty of Disney titles remaining on Netflix in the US with more due to depart over the next year or so.
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