Seasons 1–8 of “Monk” Visit Netflix US starting In February 2024.

Monk,” the acclaimed 2000s comedy-crime procedural that aired on USA Network, is making its way to Netflix US, according to reports from What’s on Netflix. Fans can look forward to all eight seasons, encompassing 125 episodes, becoming available on Netflix in the United States starting February 5th, 2024. The series, which originally aired from 2002 to 2009, stars Tony Shalhoub, Bitty Schram, Jason Gray-Stanford, and Ted Levine.

The show centers around Adrian Monk, a brilliant former detective from San Francisco who becomes a police consultant while grappling with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Throughout its run, “Monk” earned widespread acclaim, capturing 8 Primetime Emmys and maintaining a strong fan base.

Previously, “Monk” was available on Peacock and Prime Video. Peacock even commissioned a follow-up movie titled “Mr. Monk’s Last Case: A Monk Movie,” which premiered on December 8th, 2023.

The addition of “Monk” to Netflix is part of the streaming giant’s intensified focus on licensing content over the past year. Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos has described this surge in licensing as “the natural state of the business,” driven by the platform’s need for fresh content to maintain viewer interest and other distributors’ financial strategies.

In 2023, Netflix also added “Suits,” another popular series originally aired on USA Network, to its US catalog, drawing significant viewership. Looking ahead to 2024, Netflix US plans to bring in over a dozen Disney-owned series, among other big licensed titles.

As for “Monk,” it remains to be seen whether the show will become available in regions outside the United States in February 2024. We will provide updates as more information becomes available regarding international availability.

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