Netflix has been slowly releasing removal dates for January 2023. Among them are the hateful eight and the Netflix-exclusive miniseries, which splits the film into four parts and has additional scenes not in the main film. Both come out at the end of January 2023.
Directed by Quentin Tarantino, the western first hit theaters in 2015. It starred Samuel L. Jackson along with many other household names including Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Demián Bichir, and Tim Roth.
Now, if you’re wondering why we’re covering a specific licensed movie takedown, you’d be right to question it. After all, Netflix can recycle over 100 movies in any given month, and we often only cover individual series and Netflix original outlets on their own.
We brought it up because Netflix was the SVOD debut of the extended version of the movie. Netflix acquired it from The Weinstein Company. In the years after the film’s release, the distributor would go bankrupt after the co-founder and CEO became involved in a sexual abuse scandal.
Netflix collected rights to the main film and the extended version, which was released as a four-part miniseries with each episode being 50 minutes long.
Both were added to Netflix in the United States on April 25, 2019.
The four episodes are labeled as follows:
- Episode 1: Last Leg to Red Rock
- Episode 2: Minnie’s Haberdashery
- Episode 3: Domergue has a secret
- Episode 4: The Last Chapter
It also featured additional scenes totaling around 24 minutes in length.
The The movie and miniseries will leave Netflix US on January 26, which means your last day to watch is January 25.
Quentin Tarantino would later work with Sony Pictures for his ninth film, once upon a time in hollywood what was it rumored for a similar miniseries treatment but it has not yet come to fruition.
Netflix US will lose over a hundred movies through January 2023, and for the most comprehensive list on the web, check out our takedown guide for the first month of the year.
are you going to check the hateful eight before it leaves Netflix in January 2023? Let us know in the comments.