The streaming giant Netflix has officially ended DVD rentals after decades of shipping out their red DVD envelopes. With September 29th serving as the final day of service, the streaming giant reported on Twitter (aka X) that the last DVD to be sent out was a copy of 2010’s True Grit. A great choice to be sure, but indeed it is the end of an era. While there are still other places for film and television lovers to access DVDs, the decision to end its DVD rental service means that Netflix will now solely be a streaming operation.
The last DVD to be sent out by the streamer was an Academy Award nominated Western, and it marks the end of an era. Read More