Bidding farewell to Parks and Recreations from Netflix


Parks and Recreations: Sadly, we now have an official date for removal of all seven seasons of Parks and Recreation from Netflix – October 1st, 2020.


About Parks and Recreation



Among the huge cast of Parks and Recreation, we have Adam Scott, Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza, Aziz Ansari, and Chris Pratt included. The series currently resides only on Netflix US.

It is an American political satire sitcom television series created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. The series aired from April 9, 2009, to February 24, 2015, having a total of 125 episodes and over seven seasons.


This series Parks and Recreations, revolve around Leslie Knope. She is the deputy director of the parks and recreation department in the fictional Indiana town of Pawnee.

It follows Amy Poehler who plays a government worker in the Parks department.  She has the drive to make Pawnee a better place.

There is a local nurse, Ann Perkins who demands a construction pit next to her house to be filled in. This demand arises after her boyfriend, Andy Dwyer fell in the pit and broke his legs.

Also among the cast was Aziz Ansari as Tom Haverford, a sarcastic parks department employee.

It happened in September 2019 that we were primarily informed that the series would be soon coming to an end.

Some other NBC shows that left or are about to bid farewell to Netflix-

We have seen many NBC’s biggest sitcom leave Netflix including the very famous Friends in January 2020. Also, there are reports saying that The Office would leave in January 2021 too.

This truly is not good news for the fans and audiences. Let’s see where we can stream this series once it leaves platforms like Netflix and Hulu.

Where will Parks and Recreation stream once it leaves Netflix?

It seems that the end is not exactly the end.

It is true that it will be leaving Netflix but, there will be other platforms to stream this series.

Peacock will be the new permanent home for Parks and Recreation – which has been outlined a number of times.

Parks and Recreations

About Peacock-

Peacock is the new streamline service from Comcast which owns NBC. It is putting a lot of effort and focuses to regain its older hits from other streamers and placing it on their own.

By doing this, they will gain popularity and the number of subscribers and followers could highly bounce upwards.

Anyway, it could stay a little longer on Netflix?

Unfortunately, the answer to this would be NO.

There are other upcoming removals like that of “70 Show and Charmed. So it is highly unlikely that Netflix will be able to revert the course and see Parks and Recreations renewed.

So park fans, already missing Parks and Recreations streaming on Netflix?

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