Netflix Will Be Removing “When Calls The Heart” Season 1-5 In January 2021

As you all know now, January 2021 will be a month in which many TV shows will be departing from Netflix. There will be some high profile licensed titles that are going to leave the streaming platform too.

But among them, there will be a popular series title leaving Netflix from January 2021 onwards. Yes, we are currently talking about the Canadian-American series, “When Calls The Heart”. All the five seasons of the series will be departing on 25th January 2021.

The “When Calls The Heart” series is indeed going to be a great loss for Netflix. There is a large number of subscribers who love to stream the series. You all must be aware that the first season of the series did arrive in 2015.

Since then, the series creators are serving one after the other exciting seasons. Each and every new season did premiere every year letting all the fans wait for the next season.

The fifth and final season of “When Calls The Heart” did premiere in December 2018. But after then, there were no new seasons that did premiere on Netflix.

Netflix US was surely going to wait for the sixth season of the show before the series removal announcement. So the next seasons of “When Calls The Heart” will not be available to stream on Netflix.

When Will “When Calls The Heart” Leave Netflix US?

The “When Calls The Heart” series will be leaving Netflix US with all 53 episodes on 25th January 2021.

So all the fans, as well as series lovers, must make sure to watch all the five seasons that are currently available on the streaming giant. It is sure that there are so many fans who are sad due to the series removal.

But all the series lovers should keep in mind that “When Calls The Heart” will only be departing from Netflix US. While the series will still be available to stream on other regions of Netflix.

Will you miss the “When Calls The Heart” series when it leaves Netflix US in January 2021? Do comment below!!


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