Netflix is constantly changing the content they offer, and that means that some fan favorites fall in and out of rotation over time. Due to this, a lot of people were disappointed when it was announced that many popular shows, including "Doctor Who" would be leaving Netflix at the beginning of February. Some scrambled to binge watch as many as possible while others simply decided to stop trying and looked to other avenues to get their fix.

Today we learned that Whovians-in-the-making are getting a reprieve.

According to a report from Variety, Netflix has reached a deal with the BBC to keep many of their most popular shows available on the streaming service for the foreseeable future. Fans can look forward to catching up on "Doctor Who", "Luther", "The Office" and many others. Some shows didn't make the cut, so if you still haven't seen all of "Sherlock" or "Fawlty Towers", you've got till the end of the month to finish them up.

For a full list of what's staying and what's going, you can check out the original article here.

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