Netflix is getting ready to clear out a bunch of movies and TV shows from its streaming lineup as September comes to a close. Beginning Oct. 1, the online service will remove several titles, including the “Back to the Future” series and Seth Rogen and James Franco’s “The Interview.”
Before Netflix gets rid of these titles forever, check out our list of the Top 10 movies and shows you should add to your list of things to watch ASAP.
“Saturday Night Live: The 2010s” — Leaving Oct. 1
Season 38 is currently available for streaming, but the late-night comedy show will be among the first batch of titles disappearing from Netflix in October. Season 38 includes musical guests Frank Ocean, Mumford & Sons, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Maroon 5, Ne-Yo, Paul McCartney, Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West and more.
“Heroes” Season 1-4 — Leaving Oct. 1
This superhero TV show is also being axed from Netflix. Right now, viewers can catch the entire series on the streaming video service, but only for another week.
“Back to the Future” (1985) — Leaving Oct. 1
Marty McFly and Doc Brown will be saying goodbye to Netflix next month. Not only is the company erasing “Back to the Future” from its list of movies, but its sequels “Back to the Future Part II” and “Back to the Future Part III” are also leaving.
“My Girl” (1991) — Leaving Oct. 1
Anna Chlumsky and Macaulay Culkin play young best friends in this romance/drama about tomboy Vada Sultenfuss (Chlumsky) who lost her mom during childbirth, has a dad who runs a funeral home and is in love with her teacher. “My Girl” has become a classic, but will be among the titles leaving Netflix.
“Psych” Season 1-8 — Leaving Oct. 1
Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend Gus (Dulé Hill) solve cases for the police by relying on their skills and Shawn’s uncanny ability to remember the smallest of details. The show aired on the USA network, but wrapped its series in 2014.
“The Exorcist” (1973) — Leaving Oct. 1
“The Exorcist,” about a young girl named Regan possessed by the devil, is one of the most profitable horror movies ever made. The film has been a classic ever since its 1973 release, and has spawned several sequels including “Exorcist II: The Heretic,” “The Exorcist III,” “Exorcist: The Beginning” and “Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist.”
“Erin Brockovich” (2000) — Leaving Oct. 1
Julie Roberts won an Oscar for playing Erin Brockovich, a single mother who goes up against a giant corporation when she realizes they have been lying to residents about chemicals in their groundwater. The film received rave reviews when it was released, but will be leaving Netflix next month.
“Estranged” (2015) — Leaving Oct. 16
Amy Manson plays January, a woman who lost her memory and is confined to a wheelchair after an accident. In this thriller, January returns home after her accident and discovers that her family isn’t as sweet and loving as they seem.
“Redemption” (2013) — Leaving Oct. 24
Jason Statham stars as a war veteran who went AWOL only to become homeless and living on the streets. After escaping a group of men trying to steal from the homeless, Statham’s character takes on a new identity and goes in search for the men who came after him and turned his close friend Isabel into a prostitute.
“The Interview” (2014) — Leaving Oct. 25
“The Interview” faced a lot of backlash when it was released. The James Franco and Set Rogen movie is about Dave (Franco) and Aaron (Rogen), TV show producers who try to prove they’re actual journalists by landing an interview with North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un. However, things don’t go as planned when Dave and Aaron are recruited by the CIA to assassinate Jong-Un.