It’s all part of a new ad campaign dubbed “the Real Life Series.”
It’s also likely the last year it will be available on Netflix.
News of the show’s departure “is a rumor” according to the company’s chief content officer.
Don’t expect revivals of Friends or Seinfeld, however.
The legacy of Phoebe Buffay and The Hairballs shined brightly in Los Angeles last night.
From Doug to Parks and Recreation, you’ll never hum the same tunes again.