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According to Huff Post Life, a shift may be coming to Netflix. 10 popular shows may not be available on the streaming service any longer. The classic shows include "Friends," “Parks and Recreation,” "The Office," “Frasier,” "The West Wing," "Scandal," and "Grey's Anatomy." Many of the shows may no longer be available Netflix, due to their competitors. For example, Disney, who owns ABC, is rolling out Disney + and also bought Hulu. Huff Post Life adds, "NBC announced that its own upcoming streaming service could be the new home for its many popular shows." Apple may also be a new threat to Netflix. The Huff Post explains, "...even the tech giant Apple will get into the television game with a new service, potentially competing for the same licensing deals Netflix wants."

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