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Netflix Loses Most A+E Streaming Content

Drops some 40 TV shows, including History's 'Ice Road Truckers,' A&E's 'Intervention'
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Netflix has
dropped some 40 TV shows and miniseries from A+E Networks from its
video-streaming service, representing more than 800 hours of content, while it
continues to offer a smaller selection of A+E's programming, Variety reported.

Shows no longer
available via streaming on Netflix as of last Friday, Sept. 21, include
History's Ice Road Truckers, Pawn Stars and American Pickers,
along with A&E's Dog the Bounty Hunter, Gene Simmons: Family Jewels,
Hoarders
and Intervention, according to Variety.
Up to 300 hours of mostly older content from channels including A&E, History
and Bio remains on Netflix, the trade magazine reported.

Netflix director
of corporate communications Joris Evers said that the company's rights to some
of the A+E content expired last week, while some is still available.

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