Last Call! Here’s Everything Leaving Netflix in October 2017
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Last Call! Here’s Everything Leaving Netflix in October 2017

Get ready to say goodbye to some of your favorite TV shows and movies on Netflix next month. The list of titles leaving the streaming service in October 2017 includes shows such as 30 Rock, Friday Night Lights, and One Tree Hill, plus movies like Happy Feet, Love Actually, and Titanic. But you still have a little time left to enjoy them, so start watching!

MOVIES LEAVING NETFLIX IN OCTOBER

A Love in Times of Selfies (10/1)

Across the Universe (10/1)

Barton Fink (10/1)

Bella (10/1)

Big Daddy (10/1)

Carousel (10/1)

Cradle 2 the Grave (10/1)

Crafting a Nation (10/1)

Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest (10/1)

Daddy’s Little Girls (10/1)

Dark Was the Night (10/1)

Day of the Kamikaze (10/1)

Death Beach (10/1)

Dowry Law (10/1)

Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (10/1)

Happy Feet (10/1)

Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (10/1)

Hellboy (10/1)

Kagemusha (10/1)

Laura (10/1)

Love Actually (10/1)

Max Dugan Returns (10/1)

Millennium (10/1)

Million Dollar Baby (10/1)

Mortal Kombat (10/1)

Mr. 3000 (10/1)

Mulholland Dr. (10/1)

My Father the Hero (10/1)

Patton (10/1)

Picture This (10/1)

The Shining (10/1)

Titanic (10/1)

Hotel Transylvania 2 (10/27)

TV SHOWS LEAVING NETFLIX IN OCTOBER

Seasons 1-7: 30 Rock (10/1)

Season 1: David Attenborough’s Rise of the Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates (10/1)

Seasons 1-5: Friday Night Lights (10/1)

Seasons 1-7: Malcolm in the Middle (10/1)

Seasons 1-4: My Name Is Earl (10/1)

Seasons 1-9: One Tree Hill (10/1)

Seasons 1-4: Prison Break (10/1)

Seasons 1-5: The Bernie Mac Show (10/1)

Seasons 1-6: The Wonder Years (10/1)

Seasons 1-4: The Cleveland Show (10/19)

Seasons 5-11: Bones (10/21)

Seasons 2-3: Lie to Me (10/27)

Seasons 1-5: Louie (10/27)

Seasons 9-14: Family Guy (10/29)

Which shows and movies will you be watching before they leave in October? Let us know @BritandCo!

(Photos via Ali Goldstein/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty)