It's Your Last Chance To See These Movies On Netflix, So Start Watching

by Billy Lorusso

Every month it seems like Netflix is born anew.

Our favorite streaming service makes some renovations and, suddenly, a whole new selection of television shows, documentaries, and movies are available at the click of a button. This is usually a good thing, especially when we get new Netflix original series.

Alas, though, we must say goodbye to some fan favorites. Yes, sadly, Netflix has to give some of its titles the boot in order to make room for the new, which means we have less than four days to watch as many of these classics as we possibly can.

Here are the titles leaving (for now) in July.

Leaving July 1

  • Blazing Saddles
  • American Pie Presents: Band Camp
  • Flicka 2
  • 9/11: Stories in Fragments
  • Secrets: The Sphinx
  • Batman
  • Working Girl
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • An Unmarried Woman
  • Hello, Dolly!
  • MacGyver (Seasons 1 - 7)
  • Ghost Whisperer (Seasons 1 - 5)
  • Futurama (Seasons 1 - 6)
  • Day of the Kamikaze
  • Mystery Files: Hitler
  • Mystery Files: Leonardo da Vinci
  • Nazi Temple of Doom
  • The Hunt for Bin Laden
  • The Incredible Bionic Man
  • History in HD: The Last Bomb
  • Secrets: A Viking Map?
  • Secrets: Richard III Revealed
  • Shuttle Discovery's Last Mission
  • Titanic's Final Mystery
  • Samurai Headhunters
  • America's Secret D-Day Disaster
  • Black Wings
  • Blondie's New York
  • Bombs, Bullets and Fraud
  • Death Beach
  • Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes
  • American Pie Presents: Beta House
  • Hugo
  • American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
  • Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
  • While You Were Sleeping
  • Kate & Leopold
  • El Dorado

Leaving July 3

  • The Last Samurai
  • Two Weeks Notice

Leaving July 6

  • Los Heroes del Norte (Seasons 1-2)

Leaving July 11

  • Opposite Field

Leaving July 12

  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Adventures of Pepper and Paula
  • In the Basement

Leaving July 15

  • Lessons for a Kiss
  • All That Glitters

Right now, it doesn't seem like anything *too* devastating will be leaving this July, but it's still sad knowing we won't be able to binge Futurama anytime we want now. Oh well, I guess that's the price we have to pay in order to get Titanic up on Netflix ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.