Cats is a film that takes place over the course of one night as a tribe of cats take part in a ritual known as the Jellicle Ball. The point of this ritual is to find out which cat will ascent to cat heaven to be reborn as a younger cat.

This film has been hailed as confusing, and it has received mixed reviews. Nevertheless, the film has a certain allure that makes it a must watch.

Will Cats come to Netflix?

Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that cats will come to Netflix. The reason for it is that cats will be distributed by Universal Pictures.

NBCUniversal owns Universal Pictures, and it is planning to role out it’s streaming platform in April 2020. Peacock will be a direct rival for Netflix, and thus, it’s unlikely that cats will head to Netflix.

Where will Cats be available for streaming

Cats will likely be available for streaming on the upcoming streaming platform, Peacock. NBC named the streaming platform after the colors on it’s logo, and it is set to launch in April 2020.

NBC claims that Peacock will have 15,000 hours of streaming content on the day of the launch. It will feature recent and classic shows from NBCUniversal’s cable and broadcasting networks, and this includes Universal Pictures.

NBC will also pull one of the most popular titles on Netflix, The Office, in January 2021.

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