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Netflix has revealed all the titles they are removing from the streaming service in April of 2020.

Luckily, there’s not too many titles on this list as many in the world are practicing social distancing to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

Find out every movie and TV show that Netflix is adding to the streaming service beginning on April 1.

Let us know in the comments if you’re bummed about any of these removals.

Leaving April 4
American Odyssey: Season 1

Leaving April 8
Movie 43

Leaving April 15
21 & Over

Leaving April 16
Lost Girl: Season 1-5

Leaving April 17
Big Fat Liar

Leaving April 19
The Longest Yard

Leaving April 24
The Ugly Truth

Leaving April 29
National Treasure

Leaving April 30
A Cinderella Story
A Little Princess
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Blade Runner: The Final Cut
The Craft
Crash
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
The Dirty Dozen
Dirty Harry
Driving Miss Daisy
Friday the 13th
Good Burger
GoodFellas
The Hangover
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Police Academy
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment
Police Academy 3: Back in TrainingPolice Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol
Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege
Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow
Rosemary’s Baby
Rounders
Scream 2
Scream 3
The Shawshank Redemption
Space Jam
Spy Kids
Step Brothers
Strictly Ballroom
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
True Grit

THE BEST SERIES TO BINGE WATCH ON NETFLIX IN 2020

Sex Education

If you haven’t watched this cult-fave yet, climb out from under your quarantine rock. Sex Education is the raunchy British comedy drama that charts the life of awkward teenager, Otis Milburn, as he experiments with sex and stumbles his way through adolescence. His mother happens to be a sex therapist and he learns how to sells sex tips to his school mates, all the while trying to navigate his own relationship(s) with his high-school fling and best friend. With two seasons and 16 episodes, this popular Netflix series is oh-so bingeable.

Ozark

The first two seasons of Ozark had us hooked, but the brand new third season (released in March 2020) is on a whole other level. Watch as Marty, Wendy and Ruth become even more entangled with the Mexican drug cartel, making more mistakes, organising more dodgy deals and growing hungrier for power and money by the day. Twists and turns have kept us on the edge of our sofas, and the character developments are second to none.

Cheer

If you loved Bring It On back in 2000, you’ll LOVE Cheer. Taking our obsession for American high-school cheerleading to soaring, somersaulting new heights, Cheer is a six-part docu-series that follows the ups and downs of Navarro College’s competitive cheer squad – the fourteen-time National Champions, no less. Expect happy and sad tears, and don’t be surprised if you get the urge to practice your cartwheels in your living room by the end of this epic production.

After Life

Laugh, cry, laugh again, and cry some more during After Life – a heartwarming series that not only features Ricky Gervais, but is directed by the man himself too. Arguably his best work to-date, Gervais plays the part of Tony – a depressed widower mourning the tragic death of his beloved wife, Lisa. While it sounds gloomy AF, the entire series has plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. Moving, witty and totally addictive – we can’t wait for the second season to drop on 24th April.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

Wowzers. Not your typical docu-series, Tiger King is a total headf**k. Focusing largely on Joe Exotic, a gay polygamist large-cat-lover, and his relationship with other people across the States who own big cat parks, this show gets weirder with every episode. There’s mystery, intrigue, politics, music and more – reality TV at its finest.

You

A cult hit since the very first season aired in 2018, You pairs teenage rom-com drama with psychological thriller vibes. Watch in awe as a seemingly harmless crush turns into stalking, mental illness and sociopathic charm from “nice guy” Joe Goldberg. Prepare to binge-watch the entire two seasons back-to-back.

The Stranger

If thrills and epic twists are your kinda thang, then you’ll love The Stranger. This lightweight mystery series involves secrets, murder and plenty of intertwining storylines – each one more gripping than the last. And with each episode adding more and more confusion and story development, this one’s impossible to switch off.

The Sinner

Ever since the very first episode of The Sinner (from the very first season), we’ve been glued to this murder mystery Netflix series. With plenty of unexplained events and chilling crime, it’s everything you’d want for a serious binge. And with three separate storylines across all three seasons, you get that satisfying conclusion at the end of each eight-episode marathon, rather than a year-long cliffhanger waiting for the next season to air. Season three has just been released for 2020, and it’s just as good (if not better) as its predecessors.

Peaky Blinders

Taking us back to the aftermath of World War I, Peaky Blinders is a British crime drama with five full seasons to sit through. Following a criminal family that’s fighting for power over the city of Birmingham, expect guns, gangs and grapples with the British government. It’s also cinematically stunning, making it even more of a must-watch.

The Crown

When we first heard about a historical drama chronicling the life of Queen Elizabeth and the British Royal Family, we couldn’t have been less interested. But The Crown has surprised us beyond belief, gripping us to our screens for three full seasons. With rivalries, risqué relationships and royal betrayals, it’s no surprise that this big-budget series has picked up so many awards.

Stranger Things

Okay, so this isn’t new for 2020, but Stranger Things is the nostalgic sci-fi series that we binge-watch year after year. With three epic seasons, the show follows El, Mike and the gang as they try to defeat a horde of strange, supernatural forces. Freaky, fun and fabulously eighties – we can’t get enough of this cult classic.

Friends from College

Another non-newbie but worth a binge all the same, Friends from College is the perfect mix of comedy and drama. The two seasons follow a group of friends from Harvard facing their 40s and finding themselves balancing adult life and nostalgia from their carefree college days. Set in New York, the series stars Keegan-Michael Key (of Key and Peele), Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother), Fred Savage (The Wonder Years) and more. A nice easy-watching series that’ll keep you occupied for days.

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