I’ve got a new favorite streaming service, and I have an even better reason why: they’re not on the Netflix list.
Gilligans island and Islands is not listed as part of Netflix’s streaming catalogue.
Not only that, but Netflix’s own website isn’t listing Gilligans as a Netflix Original series.
It’s not even listed in the same category as some of the more popular original TV shows that Netflix has.
Because the network doesn’t think that the island is a proper Netflix Original show.
I guess they don’t think they’re in the top tier of shows to watch when it comes to the genre.
That said, they’re the only network that isn’t recommending the island as part for its “discovery value.”
You know, as in, I’ve never seen any of the shows from the series, but I’m willing to give them a shot.
In other words, Gilligans is not a show you can just skip.
The series has been on the streaming service for a few years now, and it’s been on Netflix for a number of seasons.
But this isn’t the first time that Netflix hasn’t seen an original show go to a different streaming service.
I can’t think of any other series that went to another streaming service before Gilligans.
I’m sure that some of you out there are frustrated by Netflix’s decision to keep Gilligans off Netflix’s catalogue.
It feels like they just don’t care enough about the series.
And the fact is, Gilligan isn’t a good TV show.
It has some really, really strong performances.
But, the series isn’t going to make you watch TV.
And, while Netflix’s recommendations don’t include the series as part its “recommended” category, it does include the episodes of the series on Netflix’s site.
That makes it easier for you to watch it, and makes it more likely that you’ll be able to see it.
So, it’s no surprise that Netflix is not recommending the series in the “Netflix Original” category.
The network is just not giving the series a chance.
I think I have a pretty solid understanding of what Netflix wants from its content.
I don’t want to see a network show on Netflix and then put it on the same day as a TV show I haven’t watched.
That can happen with shows that are in a specific category or a specific genre, and Netflix has made a point of keeping its content in those categories.
Netflix also has some other popular original series that have been on other streaming services for a long time, and they don, too.
I understand that Netflix wants to provide a more “discoverable” experience for viewers.
I do, too, but the network can’t make that happen with a series that’s been around for a while.