New month, new titles on Netflix! Unfortunately that also means that the streaming service is clearing out some movies and TV shows. With a limited amount of time to binge watch all these titles disappearing, we’ve rounded up the top movies and TV shows to catch before it’s too late:
“Addams Family Values” (1993) — Leaving August 1
This beloved dark comedy may be disappearing, but the good news is that the 1991 reboot “The Addams Family” will still be available to view after August 1.
“The Aviator” (2004) — Leaving August 1
The loss of any Leonardo DiCaprio movie is huge. Fortunately there are still three other Leo movies you can watch when “The Aviator” disappears on August 1. “Django Unchained,” “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” and “J. Edgar” will all be available for streaming.
“Braxton Family Values” Seasons 1-3 — Leaving August 1
Thank you Braxton family for filming all your ridiculousness. This famous family is hilarious and will be greatly missed from Netflix. You can still watch new episodes on WE tv on Thursday nights.
“The Gabby Douglas Story” (2014) — Leaving August 1
Netflix is removing “The Gabby Douglas Story” right before the Olympics in Rio! There is still a chance to watch the gymnast on the small screen though. The U.S. team has not announced which athlete will be joining Simon Biles in the all-around.
“The Mummy” (1999) — Leaving August 1
Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz were phenomenal in this 1999 flick. It’s being pulled for now. However, a reboot is in the works for a 2017 release. Watch it now incase it doesn’t hit Netflix again!
“The Mummy Returns” (2001) — Leaving August 1
The sequel added Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson into the mix. What a recipe for success.
“The Sandlot” (1993) — Leaving August 1
They can keep remaking “The Sandlot” but it’s never going to be as good as the first.
“The Wild Thornberry’s Movie” (2002) — Leaving August 1
When is Netflix going to add old-school Nickelodeon cartoons into the mix?! Until then, you’ll have to settle for this movie of the animated TV show “The Wild Thornberry’s Movie.”
“Rugrats Go Wild” (2003) — Leaving August 1
It’s not the best Rugrats movie, but it still has Tommy Pickles and the rest of the gang. Settle for it because the original series isn’t on Netflix.
“A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985) — Leaving August 30
This movie is a classic. It just better return to Netflix in time for Halloween.
What movies are you bummed to see disappear from Netflix in August? Check out the full list HERE.