Movies and shows you can’t watch with Netflix’s Basic with Ads plan

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Netflix is ​​finally rolling out an ad-supported tier. This new tier, which costs $7 per month, is designed to allay concerns that the streamer’s ad-free version was too expensive. It was first launched on November 3, and now that it’s available, many potential subscribers are curious to know how it differs from the service’s long-running ad-free version. The main difference, of course, is that all content contains advertisements. Almost as important, however, is everything not currently available on the ad-free version.

No full list of these titles has yet been released, but based on a reading of Variety along with other information available, it looks like there are quite a few high-profile TV shows and movies that won’t be available on the ad-supported level. Some estimates suggest that up to 10% of Netflix’s existing content will not be available at the ad-supported tier, although Netflix has said it hopes that number will decrease as the new tier becomes more established. A “limited number of movies and TV shows will not be available due to licensing restrictions, and we will work to reduce this over time,” explained Netflix COO Greg Peters. Without further ado, here’s the list we know of so far:

TV shows:

Development stopped
Card castle
Peaky Blinders
new girl
magicians
The Last Kingdom
The fisherman
good girls
Jurassic World: Cretaceous Camp
She-Ra and the Princess of Power
Hail King Julien
Dawn of the Croods
The right place

Knight Rider
queen of the south
marlon
Friday night lights
Ash vs Evil Dead
Wynonna Earp
Stargate: SG1
Van Helsing
Decoupled

Movies:

Oversight
Man on the edge of the abyss
Robin Hood
Steve Jobs
the butler
celestial fall
Casino Royale
Vampires Against the Bronx
Unexplored
Pineapple Express
The zookeeper’s wife
Paddington
nocturnal animals
sorry to disturb you
The story of a knight
Labyrinth
Against all odds
The Hurt Locker
If Beale Street Could Talk
Won’t you be my neighbor
Crimson Peak
It follows
green hell
Raw
resident Evil
Resident Evil: Retribution
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Ouma
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Quantum of Comfort
28 days
Rambo
darkest house
Made of honor
The imitation game
Sought
Legend
blue jasmine
A monster is calling
Sing 2
Morbius
Relay
Mist
A good old fashioned orgy
ghost yarn
Smuggling
tuly
Vice
The Hateful Eight
The villains

There are far more movies than shows excluded from the ad-supported tier, which is likely due to the fact that a greater share of Netflix’s TV shows are originals, while they still have a fairly healthy library of films produced by other studios. This list of films includes three of Daniel Craig’s James Bond films, a number of Oscar nominees and winners, and several other recent titles that are likely to be considered classics in the near future.

There are also many horror and action titles that are not available in the ad-supported tier. Like Netflix more generally, most of the movies that won’t be in the ad-supported tier are newer, and there are still plenty of movies to watch on the platform. Since this new tier is 50% cheaper than the ad-free tier, it might be worth sacrificing a few titles.

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