In the past week, we’ve seen many ABC family films removed from Disney+ in the United States and Canada.  Today, “12 Dates Of Christmas” was also removed from Disney+.  The film is still available on Disney+ in some countries, including Australia and the UK.

The film is set on Christmas Eve, where Kate goes on a blind date to get over her ex-boyfriend. Her date, the handsome Miles, could be the man of her dreams but she’s blind to his charm. The next day, Kate finds herself stuck in a time warp where she if forced to repeat her blind date until she learns to open up her world to new things and stop living in the past.

Unlike most other removals, which are done either due to an existing contract with another company like Starz or HBO or due to it being a limited release, like a holiday special, the reason for this removal is unknown. However, it could be down to Disney trying to reduce costs, such as in residual payments to cast/crew or server costs. Unfortunately, Disney doesn’t inform subscribers in advance of removals, which other streaming services do. So subscribers would be unaware of the embedding removal.

It’s currently unknown if “12 Dates Of Christmas” will be returned to Disney+, as it has recently been temporarily removed and readded, since the film was recently removed and added back the following day, before ultimately being removed again. Hopefully, the film will be added back to Disney+ at some point and stay.

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Roger Palmer

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