Netflix $6.99 Ad-Supported Plan: What You Can’t Watch

Netflix $6.99 Ad-Supported Plan: What You Can’t Watch

Netflix releases an ad-supported plan for $6.99 per month, around $3 cheaper than the streaming service’s most affordable ad-free plan.

However, the new plan locks away some content because of “licensing restrictions” that prevent Netflix from showing the programs alongside commercials.

Netflix users can know which content is blocked by seeing a red “lock icon” in the corner of the title.

Much popular content, like Breaking Bad and Grey’s Anatomy, is available for ad-supported Netflix plan users.

Furthermore, it seems all of Netflix’s original productions are available for “$6.99 per month users”.

However, some famous Netflix TV shows were restricted, such as: - Arrested Development - House of Cards - The Good Place - Peaky Blinders - New Girl

- Ash vs. Evil Dead - The Last Kingdom - Great News - Knight Rider - Uncoupled

- Stargate SG-1 - The Sinner - Queen of the South - Marlon, The Magician - Friday Night Lights - Vampire Academy

Besides, here are some blocked Netflix movies: Notting Hill, Snatch, Uncharted, Morbius, Paddington, The Hateful Eight, The Age of Adaline, The Imitation Game, Margin Call 21,

Darkest Hour, Rambo, Skyfall, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Seven Pounds, Steve Jobs, Blackhat, The Mask of Zorro, The Legend of Zorro, among others.

There is more locked-away content on Netflix if you keep searching.

However, there are still plenty of movies from third-party vendors like Warner Bros and Paramount available for Netflix ad-supported plan users.

So, which Netflix plan will you buy now?