Netflix is adding a ton of new titles this April, with the full list of arrivals being unveiled by the streamer today. Unfortunately, though, as is always the case, just as subscribers get a load of great fresh content every month, we also have to accept that we’re going to lose a bunch of popular movies and TV shows at the same time. And sure enough, while 70 additions are due in April, almost 40 titles are leaving the platform over the coming weeks.
For starters, Netflix is shaving off some episodes of a few TV series, including season 9 of Married at First Sight on the 12th. Meanwhile, you can say goodbye to the first three seasons of The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass on the 21st, while yet another Marvel title, the animated Thor: Tales of Asgard, likewise leaves the streamer on the 14th. Kingdom then goes missing on the last day of the month. That’s the Frank Grillo show, not the hit Korean Netflix original.
As for movies, unfortunately the streamer is removing quite a few great flicks across April, including Cate Blanchett romantic drama Carol on the 19th, Quentin Tarantino’s western Django Unchained on the 24th and Paul Blart: Mall Cop on the 28th. The 30th then waves goodbye to Will Smith’s I Am Legend, horror Knock Knock, seminal war film Platoon and Chris Evans dystopian drama Snowpiercer.
For more, here’s the full list of everything leaving Netflix next month:
Honey: Rise Up and Dance
Married at First Sight: Season 9
Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning: Season 1
Eddie Murphy: Delirious
The New Romantic
Once Upon a Time in London
Thor: Tales of Asgard
Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant
The Vatican Tapes
The Last Resort
The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass: Seasons 1-3
Liv and Maddie: Seasons 1-4
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Can’t Hardly Wait
Den of Thieves
How to Be a Latin Lover
I Am Legend
Jumping the Broom
Kingdom: Seasons 1-3
Palm Trees in the Snow
The Green Hornet
The Indian in the Cupboard
The good news is that some of these are being pulled from Netflix because they’re going straight up on a different platform – for instance, Liv and Maddie is debuting on Disney Plus next month – so many of these titles will still be able to be streamed easily. As for the rest, just make sure to catch them while you still can.