Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In March

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While all the celebs are currently running around getting ready for Oscar weekend, Netflix is doing some shuffling of its own. With a new month comes new hits, but not before the streaming site does some spring cleaning. Not one, not two, but all four Jaws movies are saying sayonara — did you even know there were that many?
Along with those killer sharks, out the door go British sitcoms, animated superheroes, and a feuding Hansel and Gretel. Personally, I know I'll be watching The Nanny Diaries one more time before it joins the Ghosts of Netflix Past, and maybe — maybe — I'll finally sit down to see Animal House all the way through.
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Luckily, the titles will be disappearing in waves, and now that we know on exactly what dates they'll be removed from the site, we can strategically plan our binge-watching. With 49 titles leaving, however, you better clear some space in your calendar. Nobody said staying up to date on pop culture would be easy.
Ahead is the full list of movies and televisions shows leaving Netflix in March.
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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jaws (1975)

The film that kicked off the iconic franchise, starring Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, and Robert Shaw as they hunt down the culprit behind a mysterious string of shark attacks.

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jaws 2 (1978)

Four years later, a new shark is in town and is once again terrorizing Roy Scheider.

Leaving March 1
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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jaws 3 (1983)

This time, we’re in SeaWorld in Florida, where there’s another series of shark attacks. (Sense a pattern?)

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jaws: The Revenge (1987)

A playful romantic comedy about love. Just kidding. It’s more shark attacks.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Justice League: War (2014)

Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and Shazam team up to fight a series of abductions.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013)

The Flash winds up in an alternate timeline and has to figure out how to get home.

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Photo: Courtesy of BBC.
Keeping Up Appearances (1990-1995)

An extremely British sitcom about a housewife attempting to climb the social ladder to the annoyance of her husband.

Leaving March 1
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Photo: Courtesy of BBC.
Monarch of the Glen: Seasons 1 - 7 (2000-2005)

A young Scottish restaurant owner returns home to save his father’s estate.

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
National Lampoon's Animal House (1978)

A college classic about a group of ragtag students determined to cause havoc on campus and also a movie people get mad at you for not having seen.

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Photo: Courtesy of BBC.
Robin Hood: Seasons 1 - 3 (2006-2009)

Robin Hood (as a human, unfortunately, not a fox) is back in England to take on the Sheriff of Nottingham.

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Photo: Courtesy of BBC.
Survivors: Series 1 - 2 (2008-2010)

Another one of those shows about an unknown virus killing the population.

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Photo: Courtesy of IM Global.
Black or White (2014)

A grandfather battles Octavia Spencer for custody over their biracial granddaughter.

Leaving March 2
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Photo: Courtesy of Kickstart Productions.
Sweetwater (2013)

A religious leader, a prostitute, and a sheriff walk into a bar...and a bunch of other places in this movie.

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Photo: Courtesy of Image Entertainment.
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991)

This sequel to the excellent adventure involves time travel, the Grim Reaper, and Keanu Reeves.

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Photo: Courtesy of Hannibal Pictures.
Misfire (2014)

It is shocking that Tom Cruise is not in this movie, but Gary Daniels is and he’s in search of his abducted ex-wife.

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Photo: Shlam Prodcutions/REX/Shutterstock.
Web Junkie (2013)

A documentary about “internet addiction,” which has been classified as a clinical disorder in China.

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Photo: Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.
Entertainment (2014/2015)

A sad movie about comedy starring Greg Turkington and John. C. Reilly.

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Photo: Courtesy of First Run Features.
I Dream of Wires (2014)

A documentary about the revival of electronic music, specifically the electronic modular music synthesizer.

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Photo: Courtesy of Kinostar.
Otto the Rhino (2013)

An animated movie about a young boy named Topper who draws a rhino and it comes to life.

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Photo: Courtesy of FiGa Films.
Seashore (2015)

A Portuguese movie about two young adult boys coming to terms with their relationship.

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Photo: Courtesy of Quadratic Media.
The Discoverers (2012)

A family re-enacts the journey of Lewis and Clark and that goes just about how you would expect.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Weinstein Company.
The Nanny Diaries (2007)

Scarlett Johansson and Laura Linney star in this frankly underappreciated movie about being a nanny in New York City.

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Photo: Courtesy of Screen Media Films.
Food Chains (2014)

A documentary about mistreated Florida farmworkers who go on hunger strike at a supermarket’s headquarters.

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Photo: Courtesy of D Street Releasing.
Jail Caesar (2012)

A drama about the early life of Julius Caesar told in three working prisons starring actors and inmates.

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Photo: Courtesy of Netflix.
The Days to Come (2010)

A story set in 2020 after the collapse of the European Union. It hits a little too close to home.

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Photo: Courtesy of Corinth Films.
Two Hundred Thousand Dirty (2012)

Two mattress store workers plot a murder. Coolio is in this.

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Photo: Courtesy of Wolfe Releasing.
Pit Stop (2013)

Two men grapple with sexuality and isolation in this poetic drama.

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Photo: Courtesy of Kudos Films.
Rigor Mortis (2013)

In a homage to 1980s Chinese vampire movies, a public housing tenement is overrun with the living, dead, and everything in between.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Asylum.
Hansel vs. Gretel (2015)

A terrifying take on this classic fairytale in which Gretel recruits a coven (incredible) to terrorize their town.

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Photo: Courtesy of Movietime Films.
Love At First Fight (2014)

A French romantic comedy about a two lovers who go through a boot camp.

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Photo: Courtesy of Ketchup Entertainment.
The Starving Games (2013)

This is a spoof on The Hunger Games in which the champions compete for an old ham, a sandwich coupon, and a half-eaten pickle. Next.

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Photo: Courtesy of Paladin.
Boy (2010)

A charming coming-of-age New Zealand film about a young boy who reconnects with his criminal father.

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Photo: Courtesy of No Blondes Productions.
B for Boy (2013)

A drama set in Nigeria about a woman in search of a son.

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Photo: Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures.
My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend (2010)

Alyssa Milano has to decide between two different guys. Uh-oh, yikes, etc.

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Photo: Courtesy of Lorber Films.
Sushi: The Global Catch (2012)

How sushi became such an international sensation. Started from the bottom (of the ocean) now we’re here.

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
American Dreamz (2006)

A satire of American politics in the Bush administration. Can you imagine if they waited ten years?

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Photo: Courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Love Me (2014)

A drama about men searching for love via mail-order brides from Ukraine.

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Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Studios.
The Invincible Iron Man (2007)

An animated look at the origin story of Iron Man, who travels the world to battle the Elementals.

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Photo: Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures.
All Stars (2014)

A commentary on youth sports through the journey of a 10-and-under girls’ fastpitch softball team.

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Photo: Courtesy of Lumiq Studios.
Pup (2013)

An animated movie about Kanutu, a sheepdog who falls in love with the black sheep.

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Photo: Courtesy of Arcadia Creative.
The Perfect Wedding (2012)

While home for Christmas, a man falls in love with his ex-boyfriend’s supposed lover.

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Photo: Courtesy of Epic Pictures Group.
Dragonwolf (2013)

A woman turns two brothers (who happen to be deadly killers) against each other. Ugh, women!!!

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Photo: Courtesy of MSNBC Films.
Erasing Hate (2011)

A TV documentary about a former skinhead as he attempts to remove his racist face tattoos.

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Photo: Courtesy of Gkids.
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

A documentary that follows the employees at Studio Ghibli during the release of The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Asylum.
6 Guns (2010)

A western about a young woman who asks a bounty hunter to teach her how to fight so she can avenge her family’s murder.

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Photo: Courtesy of Loki Films.
Detropia (2012)

A documentary about the struggles facing the residents of Detroit.

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Photo: Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.
I Melt With You (2011)

Rob Lowe plays one of four 40-something men who reunite and end up returning to an old pact they made as young adults.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Asylum.
Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark (2014)

More shark attacks! This time, one’s a robot.

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Photo: Courtesy of The Cinema Guild.
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne (2013)

A documentary about Doris Payne, who spent the past 50 years as an international jewel thief, featuring interviews with her family and the thief herself.

Leaving March 29
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