If your Netflix queue is full of hits like Property Brothers, Chopped, and Flip or Flop, we have some rather sad news for you.
Television shows from HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, the Cooking Channel, and the Travel Channel will be removed from Netflix at the end of 2016, reports. The Scripps Network Interactive, the parent company for all of the channels, just announced the decision not to renew its partnership with the online streaming platform.
Netflix has been a second home for these lifestyle shows since 2014, but all of that is about to change. The company doesn't want to be limited by the partnership anymore, said Scripps' chief operating officer Ken Lowe, during an earnings report conference call. They've grown and no longer need to rely on partnerships or the streaming service.
This year alone, a single episode of Fixer Upper attracted more than 8 million viewers to HGTV, and one of the best Flip or Flop episodes drew 7.9 million viewers, according to the . Both shows were among the top-watched cable programs on their given night. And despite major events like the 2016 summer Olympics and the U.S. election, five of the six parent company's networks grew in the most recent quarter of 2016.
Thankfully, there are plenty of other ways to watch your favorite shows. Tons of free programming and full-length episodes can be found on , , , and the rest of the networks' websites, but if you want to catch all of the seasons in order, you'd better watch them on Netflix while you can!