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After 18 months of being on Netflix, Dawson’s Creek is soon leaving Netflix in the US and likely other regions on May 1, 2022, with your last day to watch being April 30, 2022.

Dawson’s Creek is an American teen drama television series about the lives of a close-knit group of friends starting in high school and beginning again into college that ran from 1998 to 2003.

Dawson’s Creek is about a group of teens growing up in a small New England town who guide life-defining relationships. The series begins by pointing to Dawson Leery and Joey Potter, best friends almost since birth, but crushes, breakups, and makeups in their wider circle of friends push the narrative along.

The show was created by Kevin Williamson and came on The WB on January 20, 1998. It was produced by Columbia TriStar Television, renamed Sony Pictures Television before the sixth and last season, and it was filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Netflix obtained the global streaming rights to Dawson’s Creek in late 2020, with it coming on Netflix US on November 1, 2020. It also came in other Netflix nations such as the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia on the same date. Some nations had to wait until 2021 to receive seasons 1

Originally released on The WB between 1998 to 2003, the series has become one of the extensively beloved classic shows and comfort shows. In the streaming duration, shows like Dawson’s Creek have seen their value balloon.

In the US, the show is predicted to begin streaming again on Hulu and HBO Max for the time being. Given it’s a Sony show, it will only be if those platforms decide to keep continuing the license.

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