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Amazon Jokingly Offers To Cancel Netflix's 'Stranger Things'

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Amazon Jokingly Offers To Cancel Netflix's 'Stranger Things'

Amazon Jokingly Offers To Cancel Netflix's 'Stranger Things'

Comicbook.com reports Amazon and Netflix playfully joked this week that they would cancel one another's popular series.

A group of viewers recently vocalized anger regarding the Amazon series "Good Omens," getting together to petition Netflix to cancel the show.

Later, Amazon Prime tweeted, "Hey @netflix, we'll cancel Stranger Things if you cancel Good Omens.

[Winky face].

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