Goodbye, Farewell and Amen Added to Netflix


Netflix has quietly added “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” to its streaming service today, meaning every single episode is now available for viewing on televisions, computers, and other devices. When Seasons 6-11 were added on April 1st, the series finale was mysteriously not included.

What’s more, Seasons 6-11 are now listed in broadcast order rather than production order. That means episodes produced for Season 9 but held until Season 10 (like “That’s Show Biz” and “Identify Crisis”) are now included in Season 10. Previously, Netflix considered them part of Season 9. But all the hour-long episodes (“Welcome to Korea,” “That’s Show Biz,” etc.) are still split into two half-hour episodes.

(Thanks to Anirban Sen.)

7 Replies to “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen Added to Netflix”

  1. I’ve been curious: I’m not a Netflixer, but can someone with that service let us know if it offers the the 2-part cut-up syndicated version, or if it offers the episode in the original hour-long format?

    1. Then they must be cut and trimmed, because for the first several seasons, episodes were 26 minutes.

      1. Many appear to still be 26 minutes in earlier seasons. Hence, the “approximately.”

  2. M.A.S.H is no longer on Netflix which is very disappointing! I have been trying to watch the entire series in order with no luck. I do wish they would maker it available again

  3. Where are you located that Netflix is streaming M*A*S*H & Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen? I’m in the U.S. and I’ve searched both & they are not on there.

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