Catch these 10 movies and TV shows on Netflix before they leave in May. Netflix

Once again, it’s that time of the month where Netflix wipes a large number of movies and TV shows from its service. While plenty of films and TV series will be added in may, movies and shows such as “Scrubs,” “Jurassic Park” and “Cujo” will be gone. Many of the shows and movies will be gone during the first week of the month, so you’ll need to act fast if you want to watch them one more time. Here are 10 movies and TV shows you should catch on Netflix before they disappear:

“Cujo” – May 1

Stephen King’s “Cujo” may not have been a hit when it hit theaters in 1981, but the horror thriller about a rabid dog has become a cult classic throughout the years.

“Jurassic Park, “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic Park III” – May 1

While the original trilogy may have gotten worse with each release, the first “Jurassic Park” is still a great film that has aged well. And if you’re up for a “Jurassic” marathon, you may as well watch all three films before they’re gone.

“Good Luck Charlie” Seasons 1–4 – May 2

While many Disney Channel sitcoms tend to cater strictly to children, “Good Luck Charlie” could have succeeded on ABC and was reminiscent of ABC’s 1990s sitcoms. All four seasons of the series will be gone from Netflix on May 2.

“Scrubs” Seasons 1–9 – May 2

During its first eight seasons, “Scrubs” was a critically acclaimed sitcom that received multiple Emmy nominations. The entire series will be wiped from Netflix, including the poorly–received ninth season.

“Flubber” – May 5

“Flubber” may not have been a hit with critics, but if you want to watch a film with the late Robin Williams, you have until May 5.

“Bob’​s Burgers” Season 2 – May 7

If you want to catch up on “Bob’s Burgers,” you’ll have until May 7 to watch the show’s second season. After its departure, Season 1 of the series will still stay on Netflix.

“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” Season 1–5 – May 15

Although you can still catch the newer seasons of the series on CNN, the first five seasons of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” will be gone from Netflix. The series follows Bourdain as he travels the world, exploring lesser known cultures and cuisine.

“Step Up” – May 19

The dance film genre may have become played out, but 2006’s “Step Up” was a huge hit with moviegoers. Starring Jenna Dewan Tatum and Channing Tatum, the movie gives you a chance to see the two before they were married.