Here's What's Leaving Netflix In January 2017 So You Don't Miss The Classics

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Before that ball drops, you're going to have a lot to watch. That's because Netflix has revealed what's leaving in January 2017. While 2016 has certainly been tough, you can end the year on the right foot by checking out these movies and TV shows before it's too late.

There are high school comedies that will help you graduate into the new year with a laugh. There are horror movies that will scare you straight for 2017. There are also a few reality shows that can help you escape from your own reality. Don't be surprised if they make you hungry, or make you want to buy an old house.

The clock is definitely winding down on this year, so watch them all before they disappear. Don't worry about what you'll be saying goodbye, though. Netflix has you covered with a whole new batch of movies and TV shows that are coming in January 2017. So, out with old, in with new, and get ready to spend the next few weeks marathoning up a storm.

'Breakfast At Tiffany's'

Say goodbye to 2016 with Ms. Holly Golightly and her little black dress. (January 1)

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'Bring It On'

Kirsten Dunst has to lead her Toros to victory by coming up with some brand new cheers after she finds out the precious captain been stealing their cheers for years. Brrr, is it me, or is it cold in here? (January 1)

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'Bring It On: All Or Nothing'

Make it a Bring It On double feature with this sequel starring Hayden Panettiere and Solange. Yes, Solange. (January 1)

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Re-watch the unexpected Best Picture Oscar winner that took on race relations. (January 1)

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'Cupcake Wars: Collection 2'

Satisfy your sweet tooth by marathoning through this delicious competition. (January 1)

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'Dazed and Confused'

End the year by watching this Richard Linklater film about the last day of high school that best explains how you felt all 2016. (January 1)

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'Chopped: Collection 2'

For those who can't cook, judge others as they try to contend with a mystery box of ingredients on this Food Network show that will leave you in awe. (January 1)

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'Final Destination 3'

The threequel to the horror series will have you rethinking going to an amusement park ever again. Turns out, it's a death trap. (January 1)

New Line Cinema

'Fixer Upper' Season 1 – 2

Spend a few hours with Chip and Joanna Gaines as they make everyone else's home better. (January 1)



Ricki Lake is taking on choreography and civil rights in this John Waters 1988 movie that feels a little too current. (January 1)

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'House Hunters: Collection 3'

Interested in buying a house, but don't want to do the work? Then check out this HGTV series that shows you the process of buying a house from start to finish from the comfort of your couch. (January 1)


'House Hunters International: Collection 3'

Need more House Hunters, but want to get out of the States? Then go abroad in this collection of the HGTV series. (January 1)


'Little Black Book'

Brittany Murphy is dating a commitment-phobe, so she decides to secretly meet all of his exes. It backfires big time, but, SPOILER, she does get to meet Carly Simon. So there's that. (January 1)

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'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Thirteenth Year'

Watch Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) find justice for victims of sex crimes for the first time ever without the help of her partner Elliott Stabler. (January 1)


'Maid In Manhattan'

Jennifer Lopez plays a maid. And if you can believe that for an hour and 45 minutes, then you may fall head over heels for this love story. (January 1)

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'Miracle On 34th Street'

Before the holiday season is done, do yourself a favor and watch this 1994 remake of the 1947 Christmas classic. (January 1)

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'Murder, She Wrote' Season 1 – 12

Sit down with a nice cup of tea, and get ready to solve some mysteries with amateur detective and professional mystery novelist Jessica Fletcher. It's Angela Lansbury at her finest. (January 1)

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'Nanny McPhee'

Unlike Mary Poppins, Nanny McPhee isn't interested in giving a spoon full of sugar to help the medicine go down. She's there to hand out some good ol' fashioned discipline. (January 1)

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'Property Brothers' Season 4-5

Twins Jonathan and Drew Scott help couples transform their regular houses into dream homes with just the right amount of sibling rivalry. (January 1)


'Saved by the Bell' Seasons 1-6

Spend a little time with Zack Morris and the rest of the gang to help you finish off 2016 strong. But the bell will toll on this show once we ring in the new year. (January 1)


'South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut'

Because it feels right to close out 2016 with a love song, courtesy of Satan. (January 1)

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Claire Danes plays a fallen star who Daredevil's Charlie Cox is trying to retrieve for the girl he loves. It only gets dreamier from there in this 2007 romantic fantasy based on a Neil Gaiman novel. (January 1)

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Molly Shannon reprises her SNL character Mary Katherine Gallagher in this 1999 movie that has her trying to achiever her dreams of superstardom. Superstar, indeed. (January 1)

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'The Italian Job'

Think Fast and Furious, but more European. The 2003 remake of the 1969 British film of the same name has Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron teaming up for a high-speed heist. (January 1)

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'Sixteen Candles'

Don't be like Samantha Baker's parents and forget to watch this delightful movie that has Molly Ringwald being the ultimate teenager. (January 1)

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'Vanity Fair'

This 2004 historical drama from Mira Nair stars Reese Witherspoon as Rebecca "Becky" Sharp, a cunning social climber, who isn't always lucky in love. (January 1)

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'The Fast and the Furious'

Go back to where it all began with the first movie in the epic series that makes it clear that it's always about family. And, you know, cars. Also about cars. (January 1)

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'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift'

Sure, this one doesn't star Vin Diesel, but it does have a Bow Wow, who is no longer little and who is ready to drift on the streets of Japan. (January 1)

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'The Girl Who Played with Fire'

If you've seen the Swedish version of Girl With A Dragon Tattoo (or even the American one), this is the sequel that has Lisbeth Salamander returning to find she's being accused of murder. (January 6)

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'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest'

The third movie in the Girls With A Dragon Tattoo series by Stieg Larsson picks up where The Girl Who Played With Fire leaves off, so no spoilers here. You'll just have to watch. (January 6)

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Nicole Kidman is Samantha in this 2005 movie based on the original TV show. (January 1)

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'Coming to America'

Eddie Murphy plays the king of a fake African country called Zamunda who comes to America (get it?) to find a woman to marry. (January 1)

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'Ghost Town'

After a near death experience, Bertram Pincus (Ricky Gervai) starts seeing dead people. But, this is way more funny than how M. Night Shyamalan portrayed it. (January 1)

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'The Uninvited'

This 2009 horror movie will have you rethinking who you invite over to your house this holiday season. (January 1)

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'Little Man'

This is really the premise: Marlon Wayans plays a small fugitive, who tricks a couple into thinking he's a baby. But Kerry Washington is in it, so that's a plus. (January 1)

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'The Painted Veil'

Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber and Ed Norton are in a love triagle in this drama that deals with infectious diseases. (January 1)

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'The Amityville Horror'

Ryan Reynolds definitely should have done a bit more research before buying this murder house. Just sayin'. Catch it, and all these other great films and shows, before it's too late. (January 1)