From July 14th: Dawson’s Creek will be removed from Netflix
What kind of times were those when teenagers expressed themselves surprisingly eloquently and profoundly on television, as if they had the wealth of experience of their mid-thirties. That’s how I would paraphrase “Dawson’s Creek”. The youth series ran from 1998 to 2003, in Germany it flickered for the first time in January 1999 on the screen. The focus is on friends Dawson, Joey, Jen and Pacey and their emotional tangles as they grow up – all of them somewhat misfits who have yet to find their place in life.
A little introduction to Dawson’s Creek:
All six seasons can currently still be viewed on Netflix, but this will end on July 14, 2022. Then the streaming provider takes them out of the program. Currently, “Dawson’s Creek” is not streaming anywhere else either. Alternatively, you can also purchase the full seasons of the series on Amazon Prime Video (watch on Amazon). At the moment they are still running on pay TV on RTL Passion. Ergo: If you have a Netflix subscription and want to watch it again, you can still do so for a few days until mid-July (watch Dawson’s Creek on Netflix).
What did the actors actually do afterwards?
Worth mentioning: After the series, things went further for the actors. Michelle Williams (Jennifer “Jen” Lindley) certainly celebrated the greatest artistic success., who could shine in films like “Brokeback Mountain”, “Shutter Island” or most recently the Venom film series. Katie Holmes (Josephine “Joey” Potter) is now best known as Tom Cruise’s ex-wife.
Formerly in Dawson’s Creek, later also in Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island – Michelle Williams:
I personally remember Joshua Jackson (Pacey Witter) as Peter Bishop in the mystery series Fringe. The least success after “Dawson’s Creek” was probably James Van Der Beek, he somehow remained inextricably linked with the role of Dawson Leery. It’s been a long time.