Netflix’s “Reckoning” Will Be Leaving Soon In January 2021

As you all know, “Reckoning” is an Australian thriller drama television series that Sony Pictures Television develops. It is among the most popular and exciting series that most people currently watch on Netflix.

There is a huge number of fans and viewers who have always been looking for any and every update. But you will be sad to know that the crime drama limited series, “Reckoning” will leave the streaming giant soon.

Yes, all the fans and viewers should know that they will soon have to say goodbye to the “Reckoning” series. It is because of the limited series, “Reckoning” that is all set to leave Netflix in January 2021. You need to know that the series is indeed one of the hidden gems to find on Netflix.

Netflix’s “Reckoning” Leaves Soon

“Reckoning” did manage to hail from Australia through the popular premium-like channel, AXN. The series follows a story about the investigation of a local teen murder in suburban Northern California. It is interesting to watch the teens’ fathers trying to protect their families. They are attempting to track down the serial killer or a murderer who did kill the teenager.

The show runs for a total of 10 exciting and amazing episodes. Since the first episode did premiere back on 1st October 2019, most viewers love the show. But as of now, the recent news makes each and every fan as well as series lover sad.

The “Reckoning” series will be leaving the streaming giant from January 1st, 2021 onwards. After successfully airing the 1 season, the Australian show will depart from almost all the regions of Netflix. That will include various regions like India, Canada, Australia, UK, and the US.

Although the series was only the addition to the streaming giant on 1st May 2020, it will be leaving on the first day of the next year. You will find a number of fans showing their grief on social media platforms the “Reckoning” series leaving the streaming platform, Netflix.

Will you be missing “Reckoning” when it leaves Netflix on 1st January 2021? Do comment below.

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