Young & Hungry is leaving Netflix in August 2022 (where to watch)

Another fan-favorite series will say goodbye to Netflix. The Freeform comedy series young and hungry will leave Netflix this summer. The streaming service has had its fill of the underrated sitcom and will be looking for its next hit acquired comedy.

young and hungry premiered on Freeform in June 2014 and starred Emily Osment as struggling young chef Gabi Diamond. When she lands the incredible opportunity to be the personal chef of a tech millionaire, she thinks she wasted her big break by sleeping with him.

The series earned impressive ratings for the cable network and ran for five seasons and over 70 episodes, but was later canceled on a cliffhanger in July 2018. A planned series finale movie was ultimately scrapped, leaving the cliffhanger in question.

Osment also starred in the Netflix series The fairly clever Kominsky method and DeadEnd: Paranormal Park. While you can still watch the talented star of all three series on Netflix, his hilarious work in the hit Freeform will soon be bidding farewell to Netflix.

Is Young & Hungry leaving Netflix?

Unfortunately, young and hungry will be removed from Netflix on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. If you’re a fan of the comedy series Freeform, the last day to watch the series will be August 22. All five seasons will leave Netflix on August 23.

Where can you watch Young & Hungry?

Currently, the series does not have a new streaming home, although fans can still purchase episodes and seasons to watch on platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, etc. We’ll have to wait and see where the series will be available to stream.

From other hit ABC Family/Freeform comedies Melissa & Joey and baby daddy are both available to stream on Hulu (starting July 2022), we hope Young & Hungry will also find its way onto the platform since Disney owns half of the distribution rights.

However, since CBS also owns the distribution rights, that means the series could potentially start airing on a platform like Paramount+ or CW Seed. We’ll have to wait and see which streamer lands the hilarious and underrated comedy.

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