SundanceTV’s ‘The Red Road’ Leaving Netflix in November 2019

The Red Road – Picture: Sundance TV

The Red Road featuring Jason Momoa and Martin Henderson is due to leave Netflix in the United States in November 2019. It’s one of the many high profile series that are set to leave Netflix during the month. Here’s why you should go back and watch and when it’ll leave.

The well-received series featured Jason Momoa who was at the height of his game at the time having just come off the back of starring in Game of Thrones. The series was about a tragedy that caused a sheriff to ally with a member of a local American tribe.

The series met a quick demise after only two seasons at SundanceTV. As people commented at the time, it’s hard to know exactly why the series was axed but lack of viewers was largely seen as the primary cause.

Right now, you can watch both seasons consisting of 12 episodes total on Netflix.

Netflix first started streaming The Red Road on November 23rd, 2015 and is due to expire from the service on November 23rd, 2019. You’ve had a good three years to stream both seasons before they now leave.

Sundance TV’s only other drama series, Rectify remains on Netflix but will also likely follow The Red Road’s footsteps in the near future. Likewise, Netflix also carries Hap and Leonard from the network too.

As we mentioned, Netflix US is getting quite a few high profile titles to leave throughout November. The most notable are some big Disney removals, Blue Bloods from CBS, Continuum from Canada and the British series, Last Tango in Halifax.

Of course, you can catch Jason Momoa on Netflix’s Frontier series although the future of that show looks like it’s over as cancelation has been widely reported.

Will you miss The Red Road when it leaves Netflix? Let us know in the comments.