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All plans are going up!
Author: Alex RossPublished 10th Mar 2022
Last updated 17th Mar 2022
Netflix UK has announced a change to their membership pricing for the second time in less than a year, so your Netflix and chill will be more expensive from now on.
For the first time ever, Netflix are increasing the price of their Basic plan by £1, meaning it will rise from £5.99 to £6.99. The Standard plan, which is the most popular, will also raise by £1, from £9.99 to £10.99.
Finally, the platforms Premium plan, which allows streaming on up to four screens at the same time in 4K, will raise by £2.99, from £13.99 to £15.99.
How much is Netflix?
Once the new price plan comes into place, Netflix will charge the following for each plan:
Basic plan: £6.99
Standard plan: £10.99
Premium plan: £15.99
Why is Netflix going up?
A Netflix spokesperson said of the price hike: "We have always been focused on providing our members both quality and clear value for their membership.
"Our updated prices reflect the investment we have made in our service and catalogue, and will allow us to continue making the series, documentaries and films our members love as well as investing in talent and the creative industry.
"We offer a range of plans so members can choose a price that works best for them."
When is Netflix going up in price?
The new price changes are expected to start immediately for any new members, whilst members who already have accounts will be notified by email 30 days before the new cycle comes into affect.
All of the TV shows we can’t wait to return in 2022:
Production for the fourth and final series of popular Netflix show Sex Education has now wrapped and it's been confirmed the show will land on 21st September!
In August 2022, BBC bosses confirmed popular 90s show Gladiators would return in 2023! Although there's no confirmed start date, filming took place in Sheffield in June.
BBC bosses confirmed in March 2022 that Suranne Jones will reprise her role as DCI Amy Silva in griping drama Vigil for series two.
The cast and crew are set to return to Scotland (and Morocco) to start filming in Spring 2023, so we imagine the show will return in late 2023 or early 2024.
Series three of hit Netflix drama Bridgeton can't come quick enough! After first look images for series three were released in June, many are suggesting it could land in December!
Married At First Sight UK
It's become one of the biggest reality shows on TV, and after the explosive 10th series of the Australian version earlier this year, we can't wait for the return of MAFS UK. The new series is due to land in August.
Emily In Paris
Oui - we are being gifted with another season of Emily In Paris! With three seasons now streaming on Netflix, fans can expect a fourth season to arrive in 2023.
Details about filming and season four's release are yet to be confirmed.
Another roaring Netflix success, Squid Game had us all hooked when it was released in 2021. Breaking records and topping streaming charts, the show proved incredibly popular and after THAT ending, left us all wanting more.
Show creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has confirmed that season two is officially happening, and has even hinted of 'talks' over a third season!
Ever since ITV bosses confirmed they were rebooting iconic realty show Big Brother, fans have been holding out for any information! There's still no official start date, but now that the hosts have been confirmed, we suspect the new series will land in 2023.
With the almighty cliff-hanger ending of You series , fans were over the moon when Netflix confirmed a fourth series, with Part 1 arriving on Thursday 9th February.
As if that wasn't enough, Part 2 landed on Thursday 9th March.
Season one of BBC drama Bodyguard, starring Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes, had the nation hooked with a whopping 17 million tuning in to the series finale.
Although creator Jed Mercurio confirmed there's going to be a second series, the BBC are yet to announce when it will happen!
Following the series finale of Trigger Point in February 2022, ITV bosses confirmed series two had been commissioned, with filming wrapping in June 2023.
Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan will fly back over to Australia this year, as bosses have confirmed a second series of record-breaking show The Tourist.
No official date has been confirmed just yet, but filming began in April 2023.
Following a successful first series earlier in 2022, BBC bosses have confirmed Martin Freeman's The Responder will return for a second series.
A start date hasn't yet been revealed, but it has been confirmed that Martin will return as PC Chris Carson.
BBC prison drama Time received a 100% score from Rotten Tomatoes when it landed in June 2021, so it's no surprise bosses have renewed the show for a second series.
Main actors Sean Bean and Stephen Graham won't appear in the second series, with the show turning its attention on an all-female prison. Filming for series two has now started with Bella Ramsey and Jodie Whittaker.
The Umbrella Academy
Showrunner Steven Blackman announced that The Umbrella Academy would be getting a fourth and final series. Although a release date hasn't been revealed, he did say: "We've got an amazing story ahead for season four, one that will have fans on the edge of their seats until the final minutes."
BBC bosses announced in September 2022 that they were rebooting Noughties TV show Survivor in 2023! Although there's no official release date just yet, it will air sometime next year.
Following the mega success of series one, fans are hyped for the second series of The Traitors. Although no date has been confirmed, now that applications are open, series two will probably air in early 2024.
We've so far had six series of Netflix show Selling Sunset, and bosses have already confirmed a seventh series! Although filming has wrapped, Netflix are yet to confirm a start date.
Strictly Come Dancing
Believe it or not, the 2023 series of Strictly Come Dancing will be the 21st, but there's no sign of the show slowing down just yet! With rumours rife about which celebs will take place, the show is due to return in September!
The sixth series of Netflix drama The Crown will be the last, so it's no wonder there's a buzz around it. With filming taking place now, it's understood the sixth series will land in 2024.
The Great British Bake Off
Filming for Bake Off usually takes place over the Summer, with the brand new series due to land on Channel 4 in September.
I'm A Celeb
December wouldn't be the same without I'm A Celeb would it?! After spin-off show I'm A Celeb: South Africa took place this year, the main show is due to return to Australia later this year.
Lord Alan Sugar and his aides Baroness Karren Brady and Tim Campbell are set to return for series 18 in early 2024.
The platform has brought us some of our faves including The Crown, Sex Education and hit show Bridgerton, which set a new record for the platform as it is projected to have been streamed in 63 million households after four weeks on the service.
The demand for Netflix in the past few years has grew due to people staying at home during local and national lockdowns. During the first UK lockdown in March 2020, the amount of content watched by members on the platform increase by a third, in comparison to 2019.
Any members who do want to pay the new monthly amount can change to a different plan at any time, or alternatively cancel their subscription for free.
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