About the Series
Total Drama: It is a popular Canadian series that found a home on Cartoon Network. It is a cartoon take on the reality TV series format and widely considered to be one of the best shows CN has ever aired. Jennifer Pertsch and Tom McGillis are creators of the series.
Although the show has continued to stream since 2014, Netflix has only released the five seasons at least in the USA.
Total Drama: Netflix is not the owner of the series, however, it’s owned by an independent company, Cake Entertainment. They also own and distribute the Angry Birds TV series (some are on Netflix), Thumb Wrestling Federation and Eliot Kid. Cake Entertainment has also produced Bottersnikes & Gumbles before.
All seasons of the show (5) will expire from Netflix in all regions on November 1st, 2020 as soon as the lights come up for renewal.
Will Total Drama stream after it leaves Netflix?
According to our research, the news of whether or not the show will stream after leaving Netflix is not confirmed yet.
Total Drama: The series might be moving to HBO Max to sit alongside its other Cartoon Network lineup. However, the decision ultimately is in the hands of Cake Entertainment who will likely shop to the highest bidder.
Some sources tried to contact Cake Entertainment for a statement that wasn’t able to comment.
More Related Information
Netflix USA is set to see several kids titles removed near the start of November. Other titles in the list are Goldie & Bear (one of the last titles from Disney Junior available on Netflix), Sylvanian Families, and Harry and Bunnie.
It’s worth noting that Netflix recently picked up a new Cartoon Network show. It was not distributed by Warner but still, originally it aired there). Also, the new seasons of Johnny Test are due out on Netflix exclusively in 2021.
Fans are really going to miss Total Drama when all five seasons depart from Netflix globally in November.