After five years of watching (and re-watching) Taylor Swift‘s giant inflatable snake fans dubbed Karyn and her iconic “Bad Blood” and “Should’ve Said No” mashup, the hit concert film is reportedly set to leave Netflix on Saturday, Dec. 30.
Decider has reached out to Netflix for comment, but did not hear back by the time of publication.
From May to November 2018, the pop sensation embarked on her Reputation Stadium Tour, which highlighted her 2017 album of the same name. At the time, it marked the singer’s most successful tour to date (although, it has since been passed by her ongoing Eras Tour).
A camera crew filmed the last show of the North American leg of the Reputation Stadium Tour, which took place in Arlington, Texas. On her 29th birthday — Dec. 13, 2018, to be exact — Swift revealed that the concert film would be released on Netflix on Dec. 31, 2018.
While it’s unclear exactly why the streamer decided to remove the title from its platform, diehard Swifties have been vocally protesting the decision on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“Does Netflix realize how many people are going to cancel their subscription after the reputation stadium tour is removed?” one asked, to which another replied, “That’s what they deserve for canceling show after show tbh.”
A third person fumed, “Whoever’s decision it was to remove the Reputation Tour off of Netflix needs to be fired,” while someone else said, “I’m sorry but what do you mean that the Reputation Tour movie that was exclusively made for Netflix is now going to be removed from Netflix.”
What fans need to remember is that nothing Swift does is without reason. And while this may be disappointing news now, we must hold out hope that she has something greater planned for us — like a possible release date for “Reputation (Taylor’s Version).”
In the meantime, the star’s Miss Americana documentary is still streaming on Netflix.