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The Clone Wars On Netflix UK? The Wait Goes On @NetflixUK

By now you should be aware that "Season Six" of The Clone Wars is heading to Netflix USA at the beginning of March.  In fact Germany are enjoying the series right now.

Last week I tweeted to Netflix UK the ultimate question for us British Netflix subscribers who want more Clone Wars in this country.  "When are we going to get more Clone Wars over here?"

Well thanks to a recently created twitter account called Clone Wars UK we have an answer and its not good news.  Netflix UK tweeted back to them the following response:

Well there you have it.  Not the response we were after here in the UK.  We will have to continue to wait in frustration.  Clouded the future is.




  1. As a netflix uk customer this is not good enough. Content should be equal everywhere or people dont get it at all. When you pay for netflix you expect full netflix. Not a gimped uk version.

    1. Absolutley behind that. All netflix content should be available to all netflix customers, this is a joke. Its discrimination.

  2. The rights are sold separately for each country so Netflix can't just show it without first owning the rights.

  3. The rights are sold separately for each country so Netflix can't just show it without first owning the rights.

  4. It's not discrimination: it's about licensing. I do agree that we should have it here too though: it can't be as expensive as some of their other titles.


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