A few weeks ago, Netflix announced it would no longer be allowing content creators to offer their content exclusively to its subscribers, a move that’s been widely criticized as the end game for content exclusives on the service.
The move came in response to a petition asking Netflix to let content creators offer their shows to their subscribers, which garnered more than 3.3 million signatures as of this writing.
Netflix did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
Since then, many creators have been posting their shows for free to their respective streaming services.
On Thursday, the first of these shows was revealed, as the streaming service revealed it was rolling out the first two episodes of the new series from its original creators, Adam McKay and Jason Mraz.
Netflix’s first two series of the series, “Pawn Stars” and “The Long Goodbye,” have now been released.
Both of these series are based on books by Michael Connelly, who has also written and co-created the upcoming film “Mudbound,” as well as the upcoming HBO drama “The Leftovers.”
Netflix has not released an official synopsis for the new show, but it does have a trailer.
It’s unclear whether or not these shows will be available for streaming, but we’ll keep you updated as we learn more.