Fans of Rules of Engagement will want to hurry up their binge or start rewatching now as the complete series is due to depart from Netflix come September 2018. It joins a number of other noteworthy shows which have left Netflix in recent months.
This only applies to Netflix in the United States. Other regions may vary.
The show originally aired on CBS between 2007 and 2013 and starred the likes of Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajilch and David Spade. The series was first added to Netflix back in 2012. The series takes a look at two couples plus a single dude who come up against the highs and lows of different relationships.
The series is due to leave Netflix on September 11th.
Why is “Rules of Engagement” leaving Netflix?
It’s leaving because the contract that keeps the show streaming is now up for renewal. It’s down to both parties to come to an arrangement to continue streaming the show.
In the case of Rules of Engagement, it’s not leaving because of a blanket removal from CBS rather Netflix is likely considering its lower ratings given that it’s now been off the air for five years. Netflix tends to like more recent and actively promoted shows which push subscriptions. We’ve seen it happen regularly with older shows being removed from Netflix.
Where will “Rules of Engagement” stream now?
No new home has been announced for Rules of Engagement but it is currently available on CBS’s own streaming service. As we’ve mentioned before on What’s on Netflix, CBS likes to keep its content on its All Access platform unless a competitor can offer a substantial amount.
What to watch now
Netflix has some other options for you though. It’s growing array of comedy sitcoms continues to grow with the likes of All About the Washingtons and Fuller House rocking the lineup. If you love David Spade, he stars in multiple Sandler movies exclusive to Netflix plus he just starred in “Father of the Year” a watchable if rather forgettable comedy.
You can keep up to speed with all the other removals from Netflix in September 2018 here which includes some big anime titles and a select number of BBC documentaries.