Actor Devon Werkheiser just threw some major shade at both Nickelodeon and Netflix, and fans are shook! On Monday, May 4, the 29-year-old responded to a fan’s tweet, and he explained why Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide wasn’t available on any streaming services. But he low-key slammed both platforms in his reply.
“Do you know what streaming platform has Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide?” a fan asked the former Nickelodeon star, who quickly answered with, “None. Because @Nickelodeon and @netflix don’t understand what they’re missing.”
Naturally, a bunch of other fans chimed in and urged Netflix to start streaming the show.
As fans know, Devon isn’t the only former Nickelodeon star who wished for their show to become available to stream. That’s right, back in March, Jerry Trainor wanted to take a walk down memory lane and rewatch iCarly just like us! For those who missed it, the 43-year-old actor — known for his hilarious and iconic role as Spencer — took to Twitter and begged the network to stream the fan-favorite show for free while people were stuck in coronavirus self-quarantine.
“There’s not a lot that families can all watch together. It’d be great if you made iCarly available to stream somewhere during this time,” he posted at the time.
Fans were also right on board with the epic idea to stream the throwback show.
Many of his follower’s tagged Netflix in the tweet’s replies in hopes of getting the streaming service’s attention. From the look of it, the ball is now in Nickelodeon and Netflix’s court. Only time will tell if fans will be able to stream these shows sometime soon.
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