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‘Toast of London’ to leave Netflix in September 2021

‘Toast of London’ to leave Netflix in September 2021

The British comedy series is due to depart from the streaming platform Netflix. Recently, it has been updated that Toast of London- the British drama is going to leave Netflix on September 1st, 2021. This means that August 31st, 2021 is going to be the last day for you to complete all three seasons of it.

Starring Matt Berry, the series follows Steven Toast, an actor who still faces plenty of bumps in his long life of career. All three seasons of this series are set to expire after coming to Netflix back in September 2017. This means that you’ve had four years to stream this British comedy series Toast of London.

A number of regions are set to see the departure of this series, this includes the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and 12 other countries too. Toast of London first got aired on Channel 4 in the region of the United Kingdom and later on, was aired on the US and IFC as well. The departing news of this series must be very much heart-breaking for its fans.

Toast of London is the show that has seen a revival over the past year or two. Last year, one YouTube channel popped out posting some of the audio clips related to this show Toast of London. If you are a true fan of this series then you definitely have seen them. No release date has yet been fixed but whether this revival series now comes seems very unlikely. However, Matt Berry Tweeted in July that the filming for Season 4 has begun but there were no exact updates on this.

You still can catch Matt Berry in some of the other titles on Netflix. He stars the IT Crowd that is still streaming in some of the regions of Netflix. Along with this, he also voices pig in Matt Groening’s Disenchantment. So, if you are interested to see him then you can watch the other titles in which he is starring.

Hence, to see what else is leaving the Netflix platform, get updated with us. Let us know whether you will miss Toast of London or not?

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