Netflix loads fresh content into its seemingly infinite cache in July, which is also a month when plenty of titles will be pulled from the streaming service.
A number of fan-favorite TV shows and classic films will be making their way off TVs and screens across the country.
As sad as you may be to say goodbye to those seasons or flicks (especially if you were too busy bingeing other shows to make time to watch), never fear. Netflix will also roll out new and exciting titles throughout the month, including several original projects.
After seeing what's on the chopping block, check out the full list of additions heading to Netflix in July.
Along Came Polly
An Honest Liar
Bring It On
Bring It On Again
Bring It On: All or Nothing
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
Bring It On: In It to Win It
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Lethal Weapon 2
Lethal Weapon 3
Lethal Weapon 4
Midnight in Paris
More Than a Game
Piglet's Big Movie
Rugrats Go Wild
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
The Art of War
V for Vendetta
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Alpha & Omega: Journey to Bear Kingdom
Real Husbands of Hollywood: Seasons 1-5
Ratchet and Clank
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1
Small Is Beautiful: A Tiny House Documentary
A Cinderella Story
Hurricane of Fun: The Making of Wet Hot
Still upset these Netflix favorites are leaving the platform? Drown your woes in a new binge-watching session of original series that have dropped in recent months. The company is positioned to produce and release 700 films and TV series in 2018, including several recurring series that have fans excited about Netflix's new direction.
If you're looking for a new series to try, give one of these top-rated Netflix originals a shot and catch up before new episodes are released later this year.
Before you skip over this one in protest of yet another food show, know that Ugly Delicious is about more than people eating food. It follows chef David Chang as he dives into the history of food and its connection to culture and society as a whole.
Season 1, which consists of eight episodes, stands out from other food series thanks to its in-depth look at individual food items, from American perspectives of Chinese cuisine to fried chicken, which delves into its racial history in the U.S.
Season 1 streaming now.
Never has reality TV been so fabulous. The revamped Queer Eye features five gay men, each an expert in his own aspect of life (food, culture fashion, design, grooming). The five men team up to better the lives of someone whose friend or family member has nominated them to be on the show.
If you're into heartwarming moments and personal triumph (as well as an extreme makeover), Queer Eye is for you.
Season 1 streaming now. Season 2 hits June 15.
The six-part Netfix docuseries tracks the true story of the Rajneesh movement and their migration to the United States during the early '80s. The group bought a large plot of land in rural Oregon, built a city and even tried to infiltrate the Oregonian government — which included assassination attempts and poisoning residents.
The unsettling tale is set apart from others in its genre by the fact that it hears stories from both perspectives: those involved in the Rajnessh movement as well as those who lived in the nearby town of Antelope, population 60, who were fearful of the more than 7,000 people moving into their town.
In Ozark, financial planner Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) suddenly relocates the family from Chicago to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks to wipe his slate clean after he aids a money laundering scheme gone wrong. He must work to pay off his debt to a Mexican drug lord while becoming entangled with local criminals in his new town.
The series, which premiered in summer 2017, was arguably the most anticipated Netflix original show to premiere last year. The company announced that season two of the series would hit the streaming platform in 2018.
If you're a fan of Bloodline or Breaking Bad, this dramatic thriller should become your next binge.
Season 1 streaming now. Season 2 dropping soon.
Set in Washington, D.C., House of Cards is the story of Congressman Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), a Democrat from South Carolina's 5th congressional district and House Majority Whip. After being passed over for the role of Secretary of State, he initiates an elaborate plan to seize power, aided by his wife, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright).
As the first major Netflix original series, the political drama has led the charge for produced content by the streaming service. In 2017 alone, it was nominated for four Emmys, making it one of the most successful projects for the company.
The future of House of Cards became a hot topic in October when numerous sexual assault allegations against lead actor Spacey cast a shadow over the series. After Netflix fired Spacey from the show ahead of season six, it teased a new direction with Claire (Wright) leading the story in its sixth and final season in 2018.
Seasons 1-5 streaming now. Season 6 coming soon.