I know that a lot of contracts were up to be renegotiated this year, but Netflix seems like they're not trying all that hard to keep some cult favorites around. Some big shows that they've let drop this year: 30 Rock, Friday Night Lights, Malcolm in the Middle and soon-to-be-gone How I Met Your Mother and Always Sunny. I think I'll miss Always Sunny most of all (followed closed by Malcolm). I know that re-negotiations can be tough and it's not always in Netflix's control, but...I don't know, it seems to me like a play to get people to watch more of their original content. Which is totally fair, I just hate that now I'm going to have to watch these shows with commercials now.