Netflix has lost 800 hours of content from A+E Networks after both parties failed to renew a programming deal.
Variety first reported that the A+E shows, including Ice Road Truckers, Storage Wars, Pawn Stars and Gene Simmons: Family Jewels, were no longer available to stream on Netflix’s US service.
It does still carry some A+E shows, largely older catalogue titles and some from its History and Bio channels.
The original report added that Netflix is also losing several shows from National Geographic including Border Wars, DogTown and Taboo.
The content in question was removed from Netflix last week. Neither Netflix nor A+E could be reached for comment.
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