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What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2017

While the second season of “Stranger Things” is perhaps the most anticipated addition to Netflix’s queue, a number of classic titles are leaving the streaming service this October.

Among the television shows exiting are all seven seasons of Tina Fey’s gem of a sitcom “30 Rock.” Also leaving in early October is “Friday Night Lights,” “Prison Break,” and “The Wonder Years.” Later in the month, Seasons 9-14 of “Family Guy” will no longer be available, along with “Louie” and “The Cleveland Show.”

The Beatles-inspired “Across the Universe” will leave Netflix on Oct. 1, as will Adam Sandler’s “Big Daddy.” Other movies leaving the streaming service are “Love Actually,” “Titanic,” and “Hellboy.”

Let the binge-watching commence.

TELEVISION

Oct. 1
30 Rock: Seasons 1-7
The Bernie Mac Show: Seasons 1-5
David Attenborough’s Rise of the Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates: Season 1
Friday Night Lights: Seasons 1-5
Malcolm in the Middle: Seasons 1-7
My Name Is Earl: Seasons 1-4
One Tree Hill: Seasons 1-9
Prison Break: Seasons 1-4
The Wonder Years: Seasons 1-6

Oct. 19
The Cleveland Show: Seasons 1-4

Oct. 21
Bones: Seasons 5-11

Oct. 27
Lie to Me: Seasons 2-3
Louie: Seasons 1-5

Oct. 29
Family Guy: Seasons 9-14

MOVIES

Oct. 1
A Love in Times of Selfies
Across the Universe
Barton Fink
Bella
Big Daddy
Carousel
Cradle 2 the Grave
Crafting a Nation
Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
Daddy’s Little Girls
Dark Was the Night
Day of the Kamikaze
Death Beach
Dowry Law
Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief
Happy Feet
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
Hellboy
Kagemusha
Laura
Love Actually
Max Dugan Returns
Millennium
Million Dollar Baby
Mortal Kombat
Mr. 3000
Mulholland Drive
My Father the Hero
Patton
Picture This
The Shining
Titanic

Oct. 27
Hotel Transylvania 2

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