Movies and series that will disappear forever from Netflix in March 2023

There are only a few days left until the shortest month of 2023 ends and for this reason Netflix has already begun to reveal what will be the news that will arrive on its platform from the first days of March.

However, the arrival of a new month also means that the service will also carry out a ‘cleaning’ task in which some series and films from the catalog will disappear. For that reason, faithful users of the service have revealed in forums and social networks what will be the content that will come out of Netflix when the third month of 2023 begins.

Series and movies that will disappear from Netflix in March

  • Resurrection: Ertugrul
  • under arrest
  • border zone
  • Funeral parlour
  • Bad Guys: Vile City
  • Arrested Development
  • Black Ink Crew: New York
  • A Korean Odyssey
  • Bakugan: Armored Alliance
  • Bakugan Geogan Rising
  • LEGO Jurassic World: The Secret Exhibit
  • LEGO Jurassic World: Legend of Isla Nublar
  • Cairo Class
  • Timeless
Netflix makes changes to its catalog every time you start a month. – Photo: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett

The reason why Netflix exchanges its catalog instead of expanding it

Contrary to what some users imagine, platforms such as Netflix must pay a kind of rental fee for the rights to broadcast the different content that hosts your platform.

Therefore, some series and movies do not have a fixed presence on the service, as they can only be available for the fixed period of time that was stipulated when the respective negotiation for the broadcast rights was made.

Due to this situation, Netflix has opted to develop its own productions such as ‘Stranger Things’, ‘Better Call Saul’, ‘Dahmer’, ‘You’, among others, as a strategy to replace some content, whose license has expired, with an offer of original content that They can remain on the platform indefinitely..

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In addition, creating successful original series is another way to compete with services that host critically acclaimed blockbusters, such as HBO Max or Disney+.

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Netflix has focused its efforts on producing original content to compete with its rivals. – Photo: Getty Images

Netflix announced a price reduction in Latin America, how are the rates in Colombia?

For several months, Netflix has been working on designing and implementing measures to put an end to the practice of sharing accounts, in order to contain the money leak that this situation represents.

Within the framework of this initiative, in recent weeks the streaming content platform had announced that it would apply a new system to prevent shared accounts. The service established that the account holder users must configure a main location to determine the site where they will view the series and movies on a regular basis.

Once the location is configured, Netflix will check that the profiles are being used in the same place through the WiFi connection. Therefore, users will have to connect at least once every 31 days to prove that they are on that site and thus continue to maintain access to their profile.

However, this measure was not well accepted by the users of the platform, who took to social networks to express their objections to the imminent ban on shared accounts, indicating that said change would produce a considerable increase in user fees. service.

But now Netflix has announced a Price reduction for several Latin American countries.

According to a report from xataka, the content service via streaming will offer a discount for the following countries:

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El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Ecuador and Guatemala

  • Basic: $4.99, was previously $7.99
  • Standard: $7.99, was previously $10.99
  • Premium: $10.99, was previously $13.99

Bolivia, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Paraguay

  • Basic: $3.99, was previously $7.99
  • Standard: $5.99, previously $10.99
  • Premium: $7.99, was previously $13.99


  • Basic: $4.99, was previously $8.99
  • Standard: $8.99, previously $12.99
  • Premium: $12.99, was previously $15.99

So this reduction in Netflix subscription costs for the moment would only apply to certain countries, where the charge is made in dollars, and said benefit would be in effect as of February 13.

Netflix announced a price reduction on the subscription.
Netflix announced a price reduction on the subscription. – Photo: Screenshot

Will users in Colombia also receive a discount?

Until now, Netflix has not confirmed that it intends to make adjustments to the rates it manages for Colombia or other countries, so for now it is not possible to ensure that Colombians can access this benefit.

However, the possibility that in the near future the platform will make an announcement regarding the prices of its service for users in the country cannot be ruled out.

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