Sorry, Hearties: 'When Calls the Heart' Is Leaving Netflix Very Soon

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We have some disappointing news for Hearties.
Your favorite feel-good TV show may not be that easy to watch in the New Year. When the Calls Heart seasons 1 through 5, all currently available to stream on Netflix in the US, will be retired on January 25, 2021.
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This update is especially annoying for Hearties, who have been waiting for Seasons 6 and 7 to be released on Netflix after they originally aired on the Hallmark Channel. Given the upcoming removal of the last five seasons, new episodes are unlikely to be added anytime soon.
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When Calls the Heart's official Instagram account picked up on the news on Instagram as fans began to question the change in Netflix's roster.
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"Streaming distribution varies by country. The only information we have right now is that WCTH will be removed from Netflix in the US at the end of January. Unfortunately, we currently have no updates or information on distribution in other countries," they wrote on Dec. 17. "If you're looking for other options in the US, all seasons are available on iTunes, Amazon and VUDU. Edify Films is also selling the DVDs, and S7 is also coming to Hallmark Movies Now in 2021."
It sounds like the people behind WCTH are just as upset about it as we are! Fortunately, there are still ways to fix your Hope Valley - even if it's a little more complicated.

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