Netflix is getting a head start on their spring cleaning. More than 20 movies and TV shows will leave Netflix in March, and subscribers might want to rewatch these flicks before they expire on the streaming service.

Fans of 1980s movies are in trouble. A brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal are leaving Netflix. Teen classic “The Breakfast Club” will expire along with action comedy “Ghostbusters” (and its sequel). The latter leaves right after news of a 2020 sequel broke earlier this month.

That’s not the only comedy leaving Netflix in March. Jim Carrey’s beloved “Bruce Almighty” will exit as the ‘90s kids classic “The Little Rascals” also says goodbye.

In addition, Disney is continuing its exit from Netflix as it gears up to launch its own streaming service, Disney+, later this year. “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” the 2016 live-action movie, will stop streaming on Netflix as will “Newsies: The Broadway Musical.”

Check out the full list of titles leaving Netflix in March 2019 below:

Leaving March 1

  • “Bruce Almighty”
  • “Fair Game” Director's Cut
  • “Ghostbusters”
  • “Ghostbusters 2”
  • “Hostage”
  • “Pearl Harbor”
  • “The Breakfast Club”
  • “The Cider House Rules”
  • “The Gift”
  • “The Little Rascals”
  • “United 93”

Leaving March 2

  • “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” Season 18

Leaving March 3

  • “Drop Dead Diva” Seasons 1-6

Leaving March 4

  • “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End”

Leaving March 5

  • “Newsies: The Broadway Musical”

Leaving March 8

  • “Click”

Leaving March 16

  • “Baby Mama”
  • “Charlie St. Cloud”
  • “Role Models”

Leaving March 18

  • “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”

Leaving March 31

  • “Party of Five” Seasons 1-6
  • “The Real Ghostbusters” Seasons 1-5