Netflix is taking us again to Capeside! On Oct. 19, the streamer introduced that The WB’s traditional coming-of-age drama Dawson’s Creek could be making its onsite debut on Nov. 1. That is proper, the drama that gave us *thee* James Van Der Beek crying meme shall be on the fingertips of each Netflix subscriber beginning subsequent month!
It has been over 20 years since Van Der Beek (Dawson Leery), Katie Holmes (Joey Potter), Joshua Jackson (Pacey Witter), and Michelle Williams (Jen Lindley) first graced the TV display collectively, however followers will endlessly treasure the torrid romances, musical moments, heartbreak, and “Creek-speak” that the collection gave us for six seasons. There’s just one catch right here, and, as Netflix made positive to say earlier than anybody may name it out come Nov. 1, the episodes won’t function the collection’s iconic theme music “I Do not Wish to Wait” by Paula Cole. As a substitute, it’s going to most likely open with “Run Like Mad” by Jann Arden because it does on different streaming platforms.
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However that is alright! We are able to nonetheless benefit from the drama and shenanigans of our favourite Capeside residents with out the present’s admittedly good theme music. But when you end up really lacking the dulcet tones of Cole, you are all the time welcome to play the music video earlier than the start of every episode. Both means, you could find us getting misplaced in our Joey/Pacey feels when Dawson’s Creek drops on Nov. 1!