Netflix is ditching some beloved movies in May, so get your last binge-watch in now. The streaming platform will say goodbye to franchises, award winners and hit TV shows.

The “Austin Powers” trilogy leaves Netflix in May. Mike Myers’ comedic trio (“International Man of Mystery,” “The Spy Who Shagged Me” and “Goldmember”) will stick around until the end of the month. More critically-acclaimed movies like “First Wives Club,” “Black Snake Moan” and “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” are also expiring from Netflix throughout May.

Additionally, it’s the last chance to see how Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) gets everything handled because all seven seasons of the Disney-owned “Scandal” will leave on May 18. The Mouse House is also taking back “John Carter,” a Taylor Kitsch action movie, but that will be on Disney+ on May 2.

See all the movies leaving Netflix in May 2020 below:

Leaving May 1

“John Carter”

Leaving May 15


“The Place Beyond the Pines”

Leaving May 17

“Royal Pains” Season 1-8

Leaving May 18

“Scandal” Season 1-7

Leaving May 19

“Black Snake Moan”



“The First Wives Club”

“It Takes Two”

“Love, Rosie”

“She's Out of My League”

“What's Eating Gilbert Grape”

“Young Adult”

“Yours, Mine and Ours”

Leaving May 25

“Bitten” Season 1-3

Leaving May 30

“Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere” Collection 1

Leaving May 31

“Austin Powers in Goldmember”

“Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery”

“Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”

“Dear John”

“Final Destination”

“The Final Destination”

“Final Destination 2”

“Final Destination 3”

“Ghosts of Girlfriends Past”

“Looney Tunes: Back in Action”

“My Girl”

“The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear”

“The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!”


“Red Dawn”

“Richie Rich”

leaving Netflix in May 2020
"Austin Powers," "Scandal" and "It Takes Two" are all leaving Netflix in May 2020. New Line Cinema; ABC; Warner Bros.