Here at What’s on Netflix we’re always on the lookout for titles due to expire in the next 30 days and cover the next months leaving titles in our monthly post. In December 2015 there’s already a couple of dozen titles already due to expire and a large chunk of that is from the National Geographic library.
Some of the highlights include two documentaries from Alaska where one explores the cut-throat Alaskan fishing industry and the other covering the job role and life of their state troopers. Other highlights include 2 seasons of Built for the Kill where National Geographic presents stunning photos of some of the world’s top predators in HD
So as of right now all of these 21 titles are set to expire from the 21st of December which marks a year for all of these titles streaming on Netflix.
- Alaska Fish Wars (2 Seasons)
- Alaska State Troopers (3 Seasons)
- American Weed (2 Seasons)
- Animal Superpowers (1 Season)
- Apocalypse 101 (1 Season)
- Battleground Afghanistan (1 Season)
- Beast Hunter (1 Season)
- Breakout (1 Season)
- Built for the Kill (2 Seasons)
- Cesar Millan’s Leader of the Pack (1 Season)
- Doomsday Castle (1 Season)
- Doomsday Preppers (1 Season)
- Drugged (1 Season)
- Fish Tank Kings (3 Seasons)
- Freaks and Creeps (1 Season)
- Hard Time (1 Season)
- How to Survive the End of the World (1 Season)
- Hustling America (1 Season)
- Inside Cocaine Wars (1 Season)
- Locked Up Abroad (4 Seasons)
- Marley Africa Road Trip (1 Season)
- National Geographic: Amazing Planet (1 Season)
- The Savage Line (1 Season)
- Secret Life of Predators (1 Season)
- Snake Salvation (1 Season)
- To Catch A Smuggler (1 Season)
- Untamed Americas (1 Season)
- Wicked Tuna (1 Season)
All’s not lost however as it could just be an annual refresh where the contract for these titles listed above are still under negotiation which means many to all could be renewed and continue streaming on Netflix. However, if a deal is not struck then all of these titles could leave Netflix for the foreseeable future. Our advice is watch all the titles above you want to because it’s hard to predict what’s going to happen.
It’s also worth noting that a lot of other National Geographic content will remain on Netflix so this hints that a deal has collapsed between the documentary channel and the streaming giant.