When Dawson’s Creek arrived on Netflix in 2020, fans of the classic teen drama series rejoiced. One of the most influential teen series of the late ’90s started airing and offered a much-needed dose of nostalgia. Unfortunately, this walk down memory lane will soon end.
Dawson’s Creek premiered on The WB in January 1998 and ended in May 2003 after six dramatic and thought-provoking seasons. The series centers on a group of friends coming of age in Capeside, Massachusetts with ups, downs, and love triangles to spare.
The WB fan favorite has launched its four main stars into stardom: James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson and Michelle Williams. Dawson’s Creek also starred Mary-Margaret Humes, John Wesley Shipp, Mary Beth Peil, Nina Repeta, Kerr Smith, Meredith Monroe and Busy Philipps.
But how much longer Dawson’s fans have with the series on Netflix? Here’s when the timeless classic teen drama series will be leaving Netflix.
Is Dawson’s Creek Leaving Netflix?
As reported by What’s on Netflix, Dawson’s Creek will be leaving Netflix on May 1, 2022, which will see the series leaving the streamer just under two years after its arrival.
If you’re looking for more blasts from the past on Netflix, add shows like Gilmore Girls, Seinfeld, Moesha, and sister, sister to your watch list. But if you just need more teen content, check out Ginny & Georgia, Julie and the Ghosts, and all american.
Where to watch Dawson’s Creek
Fortunately, when Dawson’s Creek is leaving Netflix at the end of May, fans of the series won’t be completely without their favorite show. Dawson’s will continue to stream on HBO Max and Hulu for now, though there’s no word on the show’s streaming future.
However, if you’re not subscribed to these two streaming services, you still have less than a month to sneak into a binge starting April 4. Fingers crossed, the series will one day return to Netflix with the actual theme song from the start.
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