Sam Raimi’s horror universe inspired the TV series Ash vs. Evil Dead, which ran on Starz for three seasons before being canceled. Bruce Campbell returned as Ash Williams, 30 years after the events of the Army of Darkness, to once again fight against the evil forces threatening humanity. Armed with his trusty chainsaw, Ash is determined to save the world from hell breaking loose.
In 2017, Netflix acquired the streaming rights to the show in the United States, while other regions received the series at different times over the next few years.
End of Ash vs. Evil Dead on Netflix in Latin America and Other Regions in February 2023
The popular TV series Ash vs. Evil Dead is set to leave Netflix in several Latin American countries, including Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, and Brazil.
Netflix users in Portugal and France have noticed expiry dates for the show are set for February 25th, 2023.
Ash vs. Evil Dead to Depart from Netflix US in April 2023
As previously predicted, Ash vs. Evil Dead is set to depart from Netflix US on April 29th, 2023. This marks exactly four years after the addition of season 3 to the platform in 2019.
The departure date has now been confirmed by Netflix’s “New on Netflix Newsletter” which was recently sent out to media outlets. The list states that the show is going to leave the streaming platform on April 28th, 2023. Viewers can watch it for one more day before it’s taken off.
Ash vs. Evil Dead Leaving Netflix in Other Regions
Different regions have different removal dates for Ash vs. Evil Dead on Netflix. The show is expected to leave Netflix four years after the final season’s release. Let’s look at some examples.
- In Canada, Ash vs. Evil Dead will be removed from Netflix on August 25th, 2023.
- In the United Kingdom, the show is expected to leave Netflix on February 26th, 2025.
- In Australia, the removal date is October 1st, 2025.
However, there is a possibility that Netflix may choose to renegotiate the rights to the show. Currently, Lionsgate Television owns the rights to Ash vs. Evil Dead, and they will ultimately decide the show’s streaming future.