Though it’s a series with a selected audience, those who explored Netflix thoroughly would’ve found Shtisel and its two seasons. However, the streaming giant is due to lose its streaming rights for the first and second season of the Israeli series in December globally. With this bit of news, a release for the third season of the series looks a bit vaguer every time.
If you’re not one to be adventurous inside the platform, Shtisel is one of Israel’s greatest points of pride. It revolves around the story of a Haredi family living in a very Orthodox neighborhood in Jerusalem. Basically, it’s like a day-in-a-life series from the perspective of a family from that side of the world.
In December 2018, Shtisel came to the streaming platform following the news of its release alongside the first and second seasons. Reportedly, the series was made available to 31 countries. Because the streamer was still unsure of how the first two seasons were going to perform, the third season wasn’t in the talks yet. However, the third season has been reported to already be in development––especially for most of 2020, and will most likely be released towards the end of 2020 or early 2021. Take this with a grain of salt, though.
Shtisel is coming back!! Israeli premiere 12/20. When can we expect it stateside, @netflix ?? We need this.
— Barneu (@matanarjuat) November 17, 2020
However, three weeks remain before the Israeli series gets booted out of the platform. More specifically, on the 15th of December, 2020.
Joining Shtisel are a couple of titles that are also set to leave the platform with the likes of Hart of Dixie, The Office, and more.