I think when it was on Hulu there was still Criterion stuff on Netflix.
Netflix never had the deal that Hulu and Filmstruck had. They had large amounts of Criterion licensed stuff that was never even on DVD in region 1. Unless Netflix really had that robust a deal in 2010. By 2011 they had alot of Criterion stuff but I don't think they ever had the special relationship were they had everything available on DVD streaming for at least some directors and then a wealth of streaming exclusive stuff.
Wherever it ends up I'd be astonished if it was Netflix. They've flushed that business model down the toilet.
I was using Fimstruck off and on and they won't let people re-subscribe for the final month so I can't get one last binge out of them, sadly.
They had recently absorbed Warner Archive so that's gone too, although the business decisions that ended Filmstruck would have ended WA too.