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Televisa’s content has now left Netflix’s video-on-demand (VOD) catalogue in Mexico and Latin America.

netflix televisa adiosThe subscription VOD (SVOD) service communicated the decision through a short video published on its Mexican social feeds, in which Netflix mocked Televisa’s soap operas and dramas like Teresa, Rebelde, Rubi and Las tontas no van al cielo.

The move was quickly responded to by Netflix fans with almost 7,000 likes and 2,000 shares on Facebook and 1,000 likes on Twitter. Televisa, Mexico’s largest content producer and distributor, has not yet commented on the marketing move.

The Mexican TV giant announced the move last March, shortly after it had announced the launch of blim, its own over-the-top (OTT) and VOD service.

Televisa always intended to secure exclusivity for its own content portfolio on its own distribution channel, particularly its traditional telenovelas, which are still successful across Latin America and some international markets.