Netflix has officially announced that several television shows will leave its platform forever. These include “Good Luck Charlie,” “Kickin' It,” and “Scrubs.” On the other hand, the new content hitting Netflix next week is the latest season of the political drama “House of Cards.” The streaming giant will also provide fresh episodes of “Master of None," “F is For Family,” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

‘Good Luck Charlie’

Good Luck Charlie” is a popular American show aired on Disney Channel from April 2010 to February 2014. The series was created and developed by Drew Vaupen and Phil Baker. Over the years, this program appealed to various families in the US.

It focuses on the Duncan family of Denver as they adjust to a new house and welcome their fourth and fifth kids to this world.

Toby (Logan Moreau) and Charlotte (Mia Talerico) are happy to become parents of twins. All episodes of the show are being taken off Netflix. In June 2013, Disney Channel officially announced that the series would end after four seasons. The finale was aired in February 2014.

‘Kickin' It’

Kickin' It” is another program that will leave the streaming website next week. This American comedy series was originally aired on Disney XD from June 2011 to March 2015. It was developed and co-produced by Jim O'Doherty. Its story is about a popular karate instructor, Jason Earles.

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He runs his own martial arts academy to earn a living. His five students, Alex Christian Jones, Mateo Arias, Olivia Holt, Leo Howard, and Dylan Riley Snyder, show more interest in the training sessions than the others.

The series was scripted by Jim O'Doherty, who was in the news for “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “The Tracy Morgan Show,” and “Grounded for Life.” Casting for the program began in 2010 with Jason Earles playing an important role. “Kickin' It” garnered over 836,000 viewers, which made it the highest-rated series of the network.

‘Scrubs.'

Scrubs” is a popular American drama developed by Bill Lawrence. It aired from October 2001 to March 2010 on NBC. The story revolves around several doctors at the Sacred Heart teaching hospital. The cast includes Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Neil Flynn, Ken Jenkins, Donald Faison, John McGinley, and Judy Reyes.

The series featured the guest appearance of Brendan Fraser and consisted of nine seasons. The first four seasons of the show were filmed at the North Hollywood Medical Center, and the rest were shot at a private hospital of the city. The show received critical acclaim, with many critics admiring its cinematography, cast, and fantasy sequences.

We will surely miss these sitcoms on Netflix and look forward to its new content.