Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In December 2019

The time has come once again to say goodbye to some of our favorite shows and movies. Netflix has announced which titles will be leaving the streaming platform in December 2019. Now that Disney+ has launched, the remaining Marvel and Lucasfilm properties will be removed from Netflix. Make sure you scan the below list for all the other shows and movies you want to watch before December hits. Here's the full list of titles departing Netflix, as well as their corresponding departure date:

Leaving on 12/1/19

Yoga Hosers

Leaving on 12/2/19

Africa: Season 1

Blue Planet II: Season 1

Frozen Planet: On Thin Ice

Frozen Planet: Season 1

Frozen Planet: The Epic Journey


Life On Location

Life Story

Nature's Great Events: Series 1

Nature's Great Events: Diaries: Series 1

Planet Earth II

Planet Earth: Season 1

The Blue Planet: A Natural History of the Oceans: Season 1

The Blue Planet: A Natural History of the Oceans: Season 1

The Hunt:Season 1

The Making of Frozen Planet:Series 1

Leaving on 12/4/19

Thor: Ragnarok

Leaving on 12/11/19

Get Santa

Leaving on 12/14/19

Beyblade: Metal Fusion: Season 1

Merlin: Season 1-5

Leaving on 12/15/19

Helix: Season 2

Leaving on 12/18/19

Miss Me This Christmas

You Can’t Fight Christmas

Leaving on 12/19/19

George of the Jungle 2

Leaving on 12/25/19

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Season 7-11

Kurt Seyit ve Şura: Season 1

Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

Leaving on 12/31/19

About a Boy

Billy Elliot

Black Hawk Down

Christmas with the Kranks

Daddy Day Care

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Frasier: Season 1-10

Frasier: The Final Season

Jackie Brown

Leap Year

Mona Lisa Smile

Pulp Fiction

Rain Man


Rocky II

Rocky III

Rocky IV

Rocky V

Schindler's List

Tears of the Sun

The Crow

The Dark Crystal

The Pink Panther

Wet Hot American Summer

White Christmas

Winter's Bone

XXX: State of the Union

It's a bummer to see some of these movies and shows go. The bright side, though, is that Netflix is dropping a ton of new Christmas content this year to make up for it.

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