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Netflix is purging more than 30 films and TV shows from its library in January 2017. Getty Images

New year, new Netflix lineup. The wildly successful streaming service is gearing up for yet another overhaul, getting rid of a number of titles in January 2017.

Netflix will be purging more than 30 titles, a number of which are popular among users of the streaming service. A few notable, but slightly less beloved shows leaving the service in January 2017 include “House Hunters International: Collection Three,” “Chopped: Collection Two,” “Bring It On,” and “Crash.” While it is sad to see the shows go, it simply means there’s more room for new and equally good titles to be added. Netflix intends to spread out it’s library clearout over a three-day period in January, with the majority of titles being removed on the first of the month.

Below are 10 films and shows you should stream before they’re gone for good:

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961) — Leaving Jan. 1

This ’60s film is one of the original romantic comedies. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” stars Audrey Hepburn as the iconic Holly Golightly, a naive socialite living the dream in New York City. Men are vying for her attention, but finds herself falling for her neighbor Paul (George Peppard) whom she nicknames “2E.” The film has been hailed as “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the United States Library of Congress — which is a sure sign you’ve got to see it while you can on Netflix.

“Coming To America” (1988) — Leaving Jan. 1

Eddie Murphy shines as Akeem Joffer, an African prince who has come to the United States in the hopes of finding a suitable candidate for marriage. Log in and tag along as he navigates the streets of New York City and gets accustomed to the American way of life in “Coming to America.”

“Dazed and Confused” (1993) — Leaving Jan. 1

It’s the last day of high school for the 1975-76 school year at Lee High School in Austin, Texas, and the kids are restless. The seniors are on the prowl for freshman to haze, and everyone’s on a quest for a good time. “Dazed and Confused” stars a young Matthew McConaughey and Ben Affleck, so you’re not going to want to miss this.

“The Fast and the Furious” (2009) — Leaving Jan. 1

Who would have thought all those years ago that we’d be seven films into the “Fast and Furious” franchise and still going strong? With news of an eighth movie in the works, it’s due time you revisit where it all began.

“Hairspray” (2007) — Leaving Jan. 1

The movie musical “Hairspray” has a little something for everyone. The film is an emotional roller coaster from beginning to end, tackling issues of gender, race and sexuality to name a few.

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - The Thirteenth Year” (2011) — Leaving Jan. 1

Every season of “Law & Order: SVU” is a good one. Check out Season 13, and relive the heartbreak of saying goodbye to Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) once more.

“Miracle on 34th Street” (1947) — Leaving Jan. 1

This black and white film has become a quintessential part of the holiday season, delighting viewers of all ages. The film focuses on Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn), who begins his journey to spreading Christmas cheer by being volunteered to replace a drunk Santa in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. From there he’s hired to play the part in Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square in New York City, where he lightens the load of a number of shoppers unknowingly. As the film progresses, Kris continues to bring joy to all the adults and children he encounters, but is hailed as a madman when he starts to really believe that he is Santa.

“Saving Private Ryan” (1998) — Leaving Jan. 1

Looking for a good cry? Look no further. “Saving Private Ryan” tells the tale of Army Ranger John H. Miller (Tom Hanks) and his troops on a mission to save a paratrooper by the name of James Francis Ryan (Matt Damon).

“Superstar” (1999) — Leaving Jan. 1

Take a trip down memory lane by rewatching this hilarious film helmed by Molly Shannon, who plays her “Saturday Night Live” character Mary Katherine Gallagher. Gallagher is a social outcast trying to find her way in this world.

“The Girl Who Played With Fire” (2009) — Leaving Jan. 29, 2017:

If you loved “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” check out the Swedish sequel before it’s removed from Netflix’s streaming library. With no American sequel confirmed yet, it might be your only chance to see the second installment of “The Millennium Trilogy” on screen.

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