With a new month just around the corner, Netflix has released its list of films and TV shows that will be leaving the streaming service. Unlike other months, there aren’t many titles leaving in March, and the ones that are disappearing most likely won’t be missed by many viewers.

While the list may be small this time, there are a few classics and cult-favorites that will be gone. The entire “Jaws” franchise, including the classic first film and the universally-panned fourth film, will disappear on the first day of March, as will most of the better titles. As the month goes on, lesser-known titles will make their exit. 

Check out the nine movies and TV shows you should stream before they’re gone for good:

“Jaws” (1975), “Jaws 2” (1978) And “Jaws 3” (1983) – Leaving March 1

The original “Jaws” is considered a classic, and with the other films in the series available on Netflix, you can have a “Jaws” marathon. While “Jaws: The Revenge” is also available to watch, we wouldn’t recommend viewing what is one of the few films with a 0 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The second “Jaws” film is worth a watch, but “Jaws 3” is where things begin to take a turn for the worst. 

“National Lampoon’s Animal House” (1978) – Leaving March 1

The John Landis classic which stars the late John Belushi, is largely responsible for beginning the gross out film genre and is considered one of the greatest comedy films ever. If you’ve never seen the film, it’s a must-watch that needs to be seen before it leaves Netflix.

“Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” (2013) – Leaving March 1

In this animated film, The Flash discovers the Rogues have been hired by Professor Zoom to destroy Central City. With the help of Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League, our heroes foil Zoom’s plans, but The Flash finds himself in a war-torn alternate timeline.

“Justice League: War” (2014) – Leaving March 1

The Justice League must once again team up to protect earth from an alien invasion. The animated film stars Sean Astin as Shazam, Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Shemar Moore as Cyborg and Jason O’Mara as Batman.

“Keeping Up Appearances” (1990) – Leaving March 1

One of Britain’s most successful sitcoms, “Keeping Up Appearances” centers on the life of Hyacinth Bucket, who insists her last name is pronounced “bouquet.” The show follows Hyacinth as she tries to prove her social worth and rub elbows with the upper class.

“Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey” (1991) – Leaving March 3

The sequel to 1989’s “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter reprise their roles after a tyrant creates evil versions of the two and sends the doubles to destroy Bill and Ted.

“Erasing Hate” (2011) – Leaving March 28

Originally aired on MSNBC, this 2011 documentary follows reformed white power skinhead Bryon Widner as he attempts to get his racist facial tattoos removed. Now married with children, Widner tries to rejoin society.