Every Showtime and Paramount+ Series on Netflix in 2024


Pictured: The Comey Rule, Your Honor and Dexter

Over the past year, we’ve seen an influx of Paramount+ Original titles and Showtime series either coming to Netflix for the first time or returning. Here’s an updated library guide of all the Showtime series currently available on Netflix in the US. 

Note: This list is specifically for Netflix in the United States. The lineups in other regions will vary, with some titles being available and others not. Removal dates listed are subject to change. 

We should note that throughout the 2010s, Netflix has had access to many Showtime titles on a first-run basis. They used to stream Californication, Weeds, Nurse Jackie, Episodes, Penny Dreadful, The Borgias, The L Word, Waco, and Queer as Folk, among others. That mainly stopped as we approached the 2020s as Showtime’s parent company, Paramount, focused on building up its library of shows on CBS All Access, which later became Paramount+.

We’re also not going to include the limited series Ripley despite the fact the show originated at Showtime before switching to get a Netflix release.


Showtime Series on Netflix

Dexter (Seasons 1-6)

Re-added to Netflix: June 19th, 2024

Dexter Showtime Series On Netflix

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One of the biggest Showtime series of all time is Dexter, a crime drama in which Michael C. Hall plays the titular Dexter Morgan. With a thirst for killing, Dexter must marry his job at the Miami Metro PD with his dark passenger.

Dexter was re-added to Netflix in international territories in early 2024 before getting a big US return in late June 2024. It was previously streaming on Netflix for an extended stretch throughout most of the 2010s before being removed in December 2020. The show is currently and has been subject to a number of spin-offs all of which have been exclusive to Paramount+.


Your Honor (Seasons 1-2)

Added to Netflix: May 31st, 2024
Scheduled Removal Date: May 31st, 2026 (2 years)

Your Honor Showtime Series On Netflix

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As we first reported, Showtime’s legal drama starring Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) landed on Netflix in late May 2024. The two-season drama depicts Cranston as a respected judge who discovers his son has been involved in a hit-and-run. After initially planning on doing the right thing, he discovers that the victim is connected to a drug kingpin.

The gripping series is one of Cranston’s best roles post Breaking Bad with other cast members in the show, including Hunter Doohan, Hope Davis, Sofia Black-D’Elia, and Isiah Whitlock Jr.


Patrick Melrose (Limited Series)

Added to Netflix: May 29th, 2024
Scheduled Removal Date: May 29th, 2025

Patrick Melrose Limited Series Showtime Netflix

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Serving as a co-production with Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom, this limited series headlined by Benedict Cumberbatch is set over five decades, telling the story of Patrick Melrose, who is attempting to overcome his addictions and demons rooted in abuse by his cruel father and negligent mother.

As shown in the removal date above, it was only licensed to Netflix for a short one-year period, so if you want to check out this five-episode series, make sure to get it done!


Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber (Limited Series)

Added to Netflix: May 29th, 2024
Scheduled Removal Date: May 29th, 2025

Super Pumped The Battle For Uber Netflix Showtime

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Biopics on companies have become super popular over the last few years, and hoping to cash in that newfound love was Super Pumped that put Uber in the spotlight with an all-star cast to back it up. Joseph Gordon-Levitt led the cast with Kyle Chandler and Kerry Bishé also starring.

The limited series was given a season 2 renewal, expecting to turn it into an anthology, but since that initial renewal in 2022, all has gone quiet.


The Comey Rule (Limited Series)

Added to Netflix: September 28th, 2021
Scheduled Removal Date: September 28th, 2024

The Comey Rule Showtime Series On Netflix

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An unexpected license from Showtime came in late September when Netflix quietly added the limited series The Comey Rule, which depicts the tense talks between James Comey and Donald J. Trump in the White House and other locations.


Shameless (U.S.) (Seasons 1-11)

First added to Netflix: ~2016
Scheduled Removal Date: October 11th, 2026

Shameless Showtime Series On Netflix

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Running for a decade on Showtime is the American adaptation of Shameless, which starred William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, Shanola Hampton, Steve Howey, Emma Kenney, Jeremy Allen White, and Cameron Monaghan, among countless others, in the ensemble comedy-drama.

Over the course of 134 episodes, you follow the Gallagher family living on the South Side of Chicago, dealing with many problems that come their way, most of which stem from their drunk father.

The show is set to be removed from Netflix in late 2026, five years after the final season was added in October 2021. It is also currently available in all international regions.


Paramount+ Originals on Netflix

Star Trek: Prodigy

star trek prodigy december 2023 netflix

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One of the more recent pickups from Paramount+ for Netflix is Star Trek: Prodigy, which was added to Netflix in select regions on Christmas Day in 2023 following the show’s removal from Paramount+ in the summer.

Season 2 of the show will be released exclusively on Netflix in July 2024 with 20 brand-new episodes.


School Spirits 

Added to Netflix: November 30th, 2023
Scheduled Removal Date: May 30th, 2025

School Spirits Netflix

Picture: Paramount+

Cobra Kai star Peyton List headlines this Paramount+ teen-drama series about a girl stuck in the afterlife investigating her death. The show is set to return for a second season.


Notes and additional availability:

We’ve got more library breakdowns for other providers across What’s on Netflix. For example, you can find all the HBO and Max shows on Netflix here, and we recently published the list of USA Network shows on Netflix here.

What’s your favorite Showtime or Paramount+ series currently streaming on Netflix? Let us know in the comments down below.

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