Here’s Everything You’ll Want to Binge Watch This Weekend Before It Leaves Netflix in October
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Here’s Everything You’ll Want to Binge Watch This Weekend Before It Leaves Netflix in October

We’ve been so excited about all the awesome new selections soon-to-be hitting both Netflix AND Amazon Prime come October that we almost forgot that making way for the new often means saying goodbye to the old. Alas, we’ll be saying goodbye to quite a few familiar faces on Netflix this coming month, including the beloved Back to the Future crew, #girlboss Erin Brockovich and mommy Anna Chlumsky from the heart-wrenching favorite My Girl. Check out the full list below and get your binge on this weekend before these hits disappear — now you see ‘em, soon you won’t!

MOVIES LEAVING NETFLIX IN AUGUST

1. 10.0 Earthquake — 2014 (10/1)

2. Back to the Future — 1985 (10/1)

3. Back to the Future II — 1989 (10/1)

4. Back to the Future III — 1990 (10/1)

5. Beverly Hills Cop II — 1987 (10/1)

6. Congo — 1995  (10/1)

7. Deep Impact — 1998 (10/1)

8. Erin Brockovich – 2000 (10/1)

9. The Exorcist — 1973 (10/1)

10. Honey — 2003 (10/1)

11. Honey 2 — 2011 (10/1)

12. Insomnia — 2002 (10/1)

13. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius — 2001 (10/1)

14. My Girl – 2002 (10/1)

15. Nick of Time — 1995 (10/1)

16. The Phantom — 1996 (10/1)

17. The Running Man — 1987 (10/1)

18. Timeline — 2003 (10/1)

19. Uncommon Valor — 2003 (10/1)

20. The Warriors — 1979 (10/1)

21. The Big Green — 1995 (10/2)

22. Ivan the Incredible  — 2013 (10/15)

23. Devil — 2010 (10/16)

24. Estranged — 2015 (10/16)

25. The Taking of Deborah Logan — 2014 (10/21)

26. Redemption — 2-13 (10/24)

27. The Interview — 2014 (10/25)

28. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh — 1977 (10/27)

29. The Truman Show — 1998 (10/31)

TV SHOWS LEAVING NETFLIX IN AUGUST

1. Heroes: Seasons 1-4: (10/1)

2. Psych: Seasons 1-8: (10/1)

3. Saturday Night Live: The 2010s: Season 38 (10/10)

4. Marvel’s Avengers Assemble: Season 2 (10/20)

Which flick are you most bummed to see go? Tell us over @BritandCo!

(h/t Refinery 29, photos via Columbia Pictures + NBC)