As July 1 approaches closer, keep an eye on this list of Netflix content leaving the platform throughout the month to make sure your favorite titles are sticking around a little bit longer.
A number of titles will be cut from Netflix in June, so make sure you're squeezing in a viewing or two of series or movies from the list below that are getting the axe.
After seeing what's on the chopping block, check out the full list of additions heading to Netflix in July, including several original movies and series.
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Body of Lies
Cool Hand Luke
Did You Hear About the Morgans?
Dumb and Dumber
East of Eden
Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer: Season 1
It Takes Two
Malibu's Most Wanted
Silence of the Lambs
The Boondock Saints
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
The Mummy Returns
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
The Wild Bunch
Turner and Hooch
Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
The Indian in the Cupboard
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
Gone Baby Gone
Pretty Little Liars: Seasons 1-7
Staten Island Summer
Feeling sad that some your favorites are leaving Netflix? Drown your woes in a binge-watching session of some exciting original Netflix series that have dropped in recent weeks and months.
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman — Season 2: Season 2 of the acclaimed David Letterman Netflix series continues with celebrity guests like Ellen DeGeneres, Kanye West, Tiffany Haddish, Lewis Hamilton and Melinda Gates. The format is virtually the same as season 1, with Letterman sitting down with his guest in front of a live audience and having a conversation, while bits of previously taped footage air sporadically in between.
Season 2 of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman is streaming on Netflix now.
Season 5 of Black Mirror may be short (just three episodes consisting of 198 total minutes), but that doesn't mean it's not as satisfying as past seasons.
"Black Mirror is as tense as ever, though it takes a much different approach to its technological influences than in years past," Charlie Ridgely writes for ComicBook.com. "This feels like a very different show than you might be expecting going in, but it also seems like an evolution of storytelling, rather than a deviation."
The three episodes, "Striking Vipers," "Smithereens" and "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too" combine for a season in which the characters and interpersonal relationships take center stage, with the sci-fi theme becoming secondary.
Season 5 of Black Mirror is now available to stream on Netflix.
Zac Efron stars as serial killer Ted Bundy in a chronicle of his crimes from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, single mom Liz (played by Lily Collins), who refused to believe the truth about him for years.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is streaming on Netflix now.
Jailbirds follows incarcerated women in the Sacramento County Jail as they fight the power and one another as they try to make the best of life — and love — on the inside. Though the docuseries profiles male inmates, most of the screen time is devoted to the women's floor. The show gives a unique look into the perspective of an inmate at a county jail, which differs from prison in that the people who have been arrested can't make bail and are awaiting arraignment or trial.
Jailbirds is streaming on Netflix now.
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