Everything Leaving Netflix In October

At this point, we all already knew that this month was bringing the end of 30 Rock on Netflix — but nobody mentioned that Love Actually would be leaving as well. Yes, that Love Actually. The movie I watch every year the moment the clock turns from October to November. The movie that basically makes or breaks the holiday season. Apparently, Netflix is getting into the spirit early by being the ultimate scrooge and removing the 2003 Christmas classic just as the whole world was gearing up to watch it.

There are some other punches to the gut coming this month as well. Friday Night Lights is getting axed, as well as Across The Universe and Titanic. TV shows in general aren't faring too well this time around, with Malcolm In The Middle, Bones, and Louie (among others) also saying goodbye as Netflix culls another sweep of titles in preparation for all the new content being added (in fact, if you want to know exactly how they choose what leaves, you can read about it over here).

However, understanding it doesn't make it any less devastating, and this is gearing up to be one of the scariest Octobers yet. Is this all some elaborate trick in honor of the holiday? Will our beloved Love Actually and 30 Rock be returned to us once Netflix gets a whiff of the Thanksgiving spirit? Or, let's hope this means they have something even better up their sleeves.

Read the full list of titles leaving Netflix in October ahead!

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30 Rock: Seasons 1 - 7 (2006 - 2013)

Let's get the most painful one out of the way: Liz Lemon and her band of merry writers are leaving Netflix, so catch up on TGS With Tracy Jordan while you still can.

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A Love in Times of Selfies (2014)

A drama teacher who gives comedy classes has his attitude totally turned around by a special student.

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Photo: Courtesy of Revolution Studios.
Across the Universe (2007)

A Beatles jukebox musical about a group of friends during the Vietnam War.

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Photo: Courtesy of Circle Films.
Barton Fink (1991)

A New York playwright tries to make it in Hollywood — and things go horribly wrong.

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Photo: Courtesy of Metanoia Films.
Bella (2006)

An ex soccer star bumps into a struggling waitress, and they end up spending one unforgettable day together.

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Photo: Courtesy of Jack Giarraputo Productions.
Big Daddy (1999)

When a man adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend, he (surprise) ends up becoming a full-time foster parent.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Carousel (1956)

After being dead for 15 years, a carousel barker gets one day back on Earth to fix the mess he left behind and mend his relationship with his wife and daughter.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)

A jewel thief's antics result in the kidnaping of his daughter.

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Crafting a Nation (2013)

A documentary about the resurgence of craft brewing.

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Photo: Courtesy of NBC.
Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest (2013)

Curious George gets spooky in his first ever Halloween adventure.

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Photo: Courtesy of Lionsgate Films.
Daddy's Little Girls (2007)

A mechanic and an attorney team up to regain custody of his three daughters, but their relationship blossoms into something more meaningful.

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Photo: Courtesy of Caliber Media Company.
Dark Was the Night (2014)

A logging company brings a sinister force to a small town.

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Photo: Courtesy of the BBC.
David Attenborough's Rise of the Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates: Season 1

David Attenborough travels 500 million years to tell the story of how vertebrates came to be.

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Photo: Courtesy of the Smithsonian.
Day of the Kamikaze (2004)

This documentary brings you back to 1945 during "Operation Heaven," the bloodies suicide attack in history.

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Photo: Courtesy of the BBC.
Dowry Law (2003)

A deep look at dowry crime in India.

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Photo: Courtesy of the BBC.
Death Beach (2012)

Examining the stories of the beach home to the worst shark attacks in history.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (2008)

Dr. Dolittle's daughter, Maya, continues his legacy on assignment for the United States president.

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Photo: Courtesy of NBC.
Friday Night Lights: Seasons 1 - 5

A drama surrounding football players and the community in a small town in Texas.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Happy Feet (2006)

A penguin who can't, like his peers, express himself through song, wins everyone over with his love of dance.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957)

A story of a nun and a marine who, while stranded on a Pacific island, form a friendship.

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Photo: Courtesy of Revolution Studios.
Hellboy (2004)

A demon rescued from the Nazis uses its powers to defend the world against evil.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Kagemusha (1980)

A thief is recruited to impersonate a powerful Japanese warlord after his death.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Laura (1944)

A police investigating a murder case ends up falling in love with the victim.

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Love Actually (2003)

The! Most! Iconic! Christmas! Movie! Ever! Made!

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Malcolm in the Middle: Seasons 1 - 7 (2000-2006)

A gifted team navigates his decidedly not gifted family.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Max Dugan Returns (1983)

A single mother's life is turned upside down when the father of her son comes back into her life.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Millennium (1989)

An investigation into an airplane disaster results in the discovery of a woman from 1000 years in the future.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Million Dollar Baby (2004)

The story of a woman's journey to become a professional boxer.

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Photo: Courtesy of New Line Cinema.
Mortal Kombat (1995)

Three martial artists find themselves on a mysterious island in order to compete in a tournament that determines the future of the world as they know it.

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Photo: Courtesy of Touchstone Pictures.
Mr. 3000 (2004)

An aging baseball star realizes his career doesn't quite live up to his name, so he goes back to try and fix it.

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Photo: Courtesy of Asymmetrical Productions.
Mulholland Dr. (2001)

A woman teams up with an aspiring actress to solve the mystery of her car crash — and they end up falling in love.

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Photo: Courtesy of Touchstone Pictures.
My Father the Hero (1994)

Katherine Heigl stars in this movie about a teenage girl on vacation who pretends to date her own father in order to impress a potential suitor.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
My Name Is Earl: Seasons 1 - 4 (2005-2009)

A burnout wins $100,000 in the lottery and uses it to try and fix his past.

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Photo: Courtesy of the CW.
One Tree Hill: Seasons 1 - 9 (2003-2012)

Two half brothers battle a rivalry in a small North Carolina town.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Patton (1970)

The story of the career of George S. Patton during World War II.

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Picture This (2008)

A high school nobody winds up getting invited to the party of the most popular boy in school. The only problem? She's grounded, and has to find her way out.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Prison Break: Seasons 1 - 4 (2005-2009)

An innocent man on death row enlists the help of his brother so they can both break out.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
The Bernie Mac Show: Seasons 1 - 5 (2001-2006)

A stand up comedian ends up with custody of his sister's three kids.

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Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros.
The Shining (1980)

A family stays at an isolated hotel haunted by a ghost that turns the father to violence.

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Photo: Courtesy of New World Television.
The Wonder Years: Seasons 1 - 6 (1988-1993)

A man recalls coming of age in the late 60s and early 70s.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Titanic (1997)

You may have heard about this movie. A young woman falls in love with a poor artist on board of the tragic Titanic ship.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
The Cleveland Show: Seasons 1 - 4 (2009-2013)

The adventures of Family Guy neighbor Cleveland Brown.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Bones: Seasons 5 - 11 (2009-2016)

A forensic specialist teams up with a charming but cocky FBI agent to investigate murders.

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Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
Lie to Me: Seasons 2 - 3 (2010-2011)

Follow the story of the world's leading expert in determining deception through facial expressions and body language.

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Photo: Courtesy of FX Productions.
Louie: Seasons 1 - 5 (2010-2015)

The story of a divorced comedian living in New York, juggling his career and two children.

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Photo: Courtesy of Columbia Pictures.
Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)

Dracula and his pals attempt to wake up the supernatural in his half-vampire godson.

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Photo: Courtesy of Fox.
Family Guy: Seasons 9 - 14 (2010-2016)

The story of a wacky American family.

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