There are some teenage dramas that explained a generation. For people who came of age in the ’90s, they often talk about it 90210 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. For those of us who were teenagers in the early 2000s, The OC and One Tree Hill We played a big part in our lives. But, the WB’s Dawson’s Creek there is time.
Based in Massachusetts, the series was followed by Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek), a wannabe filmmaker, and his best friend, Joey Potter (Katie Holmes). While the duo had been thick as thieves, moving on to high school, a new girl, Jen Lindley (Michelle Williams), and some strong feelings came between Pacey Witter (Joshua Jackson) favorite. Joey and Dawson (Joshua Jackson).
Now, fans of all teen angst and drama can relive or dive into it for the first time when Dawson’s Creek target on Netflix, but it’s not going to be exactly what we remembered.
‘Dawson’s Creek’ returns to Netflix on November 1st
On October 19, Netflix announced that all six seasons of the beloved TV series will return to the streaming service. Due to licensing agreements, some of our favorite shows will appear and disappear from various streaming platforms over the years.
Netflix dropped out, “Dawson’s Creek – one of TV’s favorite age stories – is coming to Netflix in the US on November 1st. ”
From soundtrack to 90s fashion and even how passionate it is to be at that age, it is bound to carry fans back in time. However, Netflix lets us know in advance that there is a big catch.
‘Dawson’s Creek’ will have a different theme song on Netflix
Although Netflix wanted to announce their return Dawson’s Creek to the streaming service, they also noted that things are going to be a little different. Read the rest of their tweet, “… and before you ask, the events will not have the original (sad) theme song.”
OG fans of the series know that the song opened a theme with singer Paula Cole performing her famous song “I don’t Want to Wait.” Seriously, a good bit of the series’ nostalgia is related to the song.
Naturally, fans are frustrated. “Wtf appearing without that theme song – what kind of stage is this 2020 ?! ”Tweeted one fan. Another said, “Dawson’s Creek is definitely one of those shows where you have to have the theme song! Same for OTH. ”
If your DVD collection or watching Dawson’s Creek is streaming before then, you know that “Run Like Mad” by Jann Arden is “I Don’t Want to Wait”. It’s a beautiful song, but it’s not the same thing.
That’s why Netflix couldn’t get the original theme song at Dawson’s Creek
In an interview with 2018 with Post Huffington, Cole revealed that Sony is the reason for the original MIA song from the DVDs and streaming. Apparently, some operators wanted to save money. So instead of getting a new license for “I don’t Want to Wait,” they decided to buy a new song.
Some anonymous people in a suit spoil things honestly for everyone.