Marlon Wayans Sitcom ‘Marlon’ Leaving Netflix Globally in June 2024

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Marlon Series Leaving Netflix Globally June 2024

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Following Marlon’s departure from Netflix in the US year, the sitcom, headlined by Marlon Wayans, is now due to depart in all other territories in mid-June 2024, where it is labeled a Netflix Original. 

Marlon Wayans created this sitcom, inspired by his own life, and stars in it alongside Essence Atkins, Diallo Riddle, Notlim Taylor, and Amir O’Neil. The show follows Wayans co-parenting with his ex-wife.

The show ran for two seasons on NBC between 2017 and 2018 before facing the axe in December of 2018.

Netflix acquired the show in June 2018 for both the US and international markets. The second season was added on August 22, 2018, internationally and in June 2019 in the US.

 

As predicted, after six years of being on the service, a removal notice has now begun showing up for the show in all territories, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada.

As mentioned, the removal comes just a year after Netflix removed the title in the United States. There, the series wasn’t called a Netflix Original but instead licensed in a timely fashion following the airing of the series on NBC.

The notice states that June 13th is the last day to watch the series, and the actual day of removal is planned for June 14th.

No new streaming home has been announced internationally following its Netflix departure for Marlon. In the United States, where the series logically should’ve gone to Peacock following its departure, it is only available on VOD platforms. So, there’s a possibility this one isn’t available for streaming at all.

Marlon Removal Notice On Netflix

Removal notice on Netflix internationally

For more on what’s leaving Netflix throughout June 2024 in both the UK and the US or when a global Netflix Original departs, keep checking here on What’s on Netflix. Other Netflix Originals departing in June includes 2 seasons of the French mystery crime series Black Spot and the German movie, Rock My Heart.

Will you be checking out Marlon before it leaves Netflix for good? Let us know in the comments.

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