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 Additionally, by January 2021, some of these films were no longer viewable on kids profiles; the titles were still available to view on regular profiles.  X-Men: Days of Future Past, which was released by 20th Century Fox on May 23, 2014, contains both nudity and the word "fuck", began airing uncensored in mid-2020.  Some series are missing episodes, including Darkwing Duck, The Little Mermaid, The Proud Family, Phineas and Ferb, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, [h] The Muppet Show, [i] and The Simpsons, [b] amongst other programs.
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