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A shake-up in the world of series: this is the program that may leave Netflix Israel today


A successful Netflix series, which also managed to defeat "Monster: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer" in terms of streaming volumes, may move to another network in its second season

The series "Wednesday" which recently appeared on Netflix and which unfolds the story of the eldest daughter of the Addams family, is considered one of the greatest successes of the period.

It is evident that according to its great popularity, a second season of the show is a necessary and certain matter.

But now, according to reports, it seems that even if the series returns for another season, it may not necessarily happen under the roof of the popular streaming platform.

Wednesday's dance, photo: Netflix

• The creators of Netflix's record-breaking series reveal what will happen next season

In March of last year, Amazon bought MGM for $8.5 billion.

"The well-known studios, which have been operating for nearly a century, contain over 4,000 films, 17,000 episodes of television shows, 180 Oscars and 100 Emmys," said a statement from Amazon.

"All of these will join and enhance the work of the companies Prime Video and Amazon Studios by offering a wide range of different content options to their customers."

"Wednesday", photo: Netflix

According to Netflix data, "Wednesday" accumulated 341.2 hours of viewing worldwide in just the first week of its release.

In doing so, it defeated the previous record holder, "Strange Things", which until now was considered the series whose viewing figures in the first week of its rise were the highest for an English-speaking series on the platform, with a total of 335 million viewing hours.

"Wednesday", photo: courtesy of Netflix

As mentioned, this type of data usually indicates a certain renewal of the series for another season.

But the fact that the studios producing the series, MGM (Metro Golden Mayer) were recently purchased by Amazon suggests that Netflix may lose its broadcasting rights.

From the series "Strange Things", photo: courtesy of Netflix

Despite this, the "Deadline" website reports that the MGM purchase deal does not necessarily mean that all of the production company's content will automatically move to the Amazon Prime service, so there is a possibility that Netflix will also retain the rights to the second season of the current hit series.

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Source: israelhayom

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