Each month comes the annoying addition and subtraction of some valued content on popular streaming services as their libraries adjust to what they do and do not have the rights to. Among the popular streaming services that’s susceptible to these changes is HBO Now.

February is going to be a tough month for some users as a handful of pretty stellar movies are being removed from the HBO Now roster. Hit dramas “V for Vendetta” and “Titanic” will go away next month, as well as comedies “The Waterboy” and the Robin Williams classic “Mrs. Doubtfire.” In addition, those that were hoping to get their feet wet with the “Maze Runner” and “Divergent” franchises will also be out of luck in the coming days.

The good news is that the service will soon launch with new additions, like episodes of its original series “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” and “Girls” Season 5. Those who fell behind on going to the movies in 2015 will be pleased to hear that titles “Magic Mike XXL” and “Furious 7” will join the library as well. 

To help HBO Now users prepare for the new month of content, below is a rundown of just some of the highlights that will be coming to and leaving HBO Now in February: 

New Original Programming:

“Race” HBO First Look (2/4)

“Animals” Season 1 Premiere (2/4)

“VICE” Season 4 Premiere (2/5)

“Vinyl” Season 1 Premiere (2/14)

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (2/14)

“Gonzag: The March to Madness” (2/16)

“Girls” Season 5 Premiere (2/21)

“Togetherness” Season 2 Premiere (2/21)

Theatrical Premieres:

“I Origins,” 2014 (2/1)

“A Walk Among the Tombstones,” 2014 (2/6)

“Annabelle,” 2014 (2/7)

“Furious 7,” 2015 (original and extended cuts) (2/13)

“Magic Mike XXL,” 2015 (2/20)

“San Andreas,” 2015 (2/27)

Estrenos en Español:

“El adios,” 2015 (2/5)

“Hilda,” 2014 (2/5)

“Sirope vivo,” 2015 (2/12)

“La pantalla desnuda,” 2014 (2/19)

ABFF Short Films:

“Black Card” (2/1)

“First Date, Last Date” (2/1)

“Joy” (2/1)

“Stanhope” (2/1)

Starting Feb. 1:

“Ali,” 2001

“Bad Santa,” 2003

“Camp Nowhere,” 1994

“Club Paradise,” 1986

“Coraline,” 2009

“Evan Almighty,” 2007

“Get Shorty,” 1995

“Halloween H20: 20 Years Later,” 1998

“Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience,” 2009

“Kung Fu Panda,” 2008

“Magic Mike,” 2012

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 1975

“Road House,” 1989

“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” 2007

“The Piano,” 1993

“The Wicker Man,” 2006

“Transformers,” 2007

“What Happens in Vegas,” 2008

Ending Feb. 29:

“A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” 2001

“Blade,” 1998

“Blade Runner,” 1982

“Blades of Glory,” 2007

“Divergent,” 2014

“Dreamgirls,” 2006

“The Drop,” 2014

“Eragon,” 2006

“Get on Up,” 2014

“Ghost Town,” 2008

“Horrible Bosses 2,” 2014

“Manhattan,” 1979

“The Maze Runner,” 2014

“Mrs. Doubtfire,” 1993

“The Next Best Thing,” 2000

“Pootie Tang,” 2001

“Titanic,” 1997

“The Waterboy,” 1998

“V for Vendetta,” 2005