What's Leaving Netflix In December 2017 Will Make Your Winter That Much Colder
If you're already feeling the sharp chill of winter, then the list of what's leaving Netflix in December 2017 isn't going to make you feel any warmer. The worst part of the changing months is losing all those things in your queue that you said you were going to watch but didn't actually manage to catch before they were gone. We've all been there. The nights are getting longer, the days are getting colder, and your longtime Netflix titles are getting skimpier. On the bright side, with loss comes change as more new shows and movies join the streaming service. On the downside, at what cost?
The fact of the matter is, winter is all about walking that line between feeling toasty in the arms of someone special as you watch a bunch of holiday classics coming to Netflix and feeling left out in the cold as some beloved other classics disappear into the ether of the internet. As a Netflix subscriber, you walk a lonely road — but it's not all bad. You still have some time left before these titles disappear to marathon as if your very soul depended on it. So before you get as bitter as the temperature, make plans to stay indoors and chill with some of these soon-to-be-gone titles at your side.
This Mexican drama from Alejandro González Iñárritu is not to be missed and will thrill you from start to finish. (Dec. 24)
2'Che' Parts 1 & 2
If you've ever wanted to know more about Che Guevara, now's your chance before Netflix takes it away. (Dec. 20)
3'Dance Academy' Series 1-3
If you think your school is tough, try hacking it with these teens in this school for dance before the whole series is gone. (Dec. 19)
4'Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself'
Don't be too sad about losing this comedy special, as two Jeff Dunham specials still remain on the streaming service even after this one is gone. (Dec. 15)
5'America's Funniest Home Videos'
If you like funny home videos, particularly starring adorable children, then it's going to be a rough holiday as several collections of them disappear. (Dec. 15)
6'The Queen Of Versailles'
The Siegels are saying goodbye, so catch up on all the rich people drama while you still can. (Dec. 13)
7'Dollhouse' Season 2
The second and final season of this Joss Whedon production may have been a little convoluted, but the nostalgia value is real. (Dec. 11)
If you liked Colin O'Donoghue in Once Upon A Time, get ready to see a totally different side of him here... while you still can. (Dec. 10)
No, this Jake Gyllenhaal-starring movie has nothing to do with the X-Men character. (Dec. 10)
10'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Seasons 1-11
Yes, that's right, eleven seasons of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is about to disappear, because, apparently, nothing is sacred. (Dec. 9)
Not even your childhood, so say goodbye to Holes as well. Or watch it as many times as you can before December. Or, hey, both. (Dec. 5)
12'Yu-Gi-Oh!' Zexal & Bonds Beyond Time
Two Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Zexal and Bonds Beyond Time, are breaking anime fans' hearts by leaving the streaming service. At least you can still watch the original. (Dec. 1)
No, not the monster. Catch up with the black-and-white adventures of everyone's favorite mad doctor before it's too late. (Dec. 1)
Come for the amazing art style, stay for the deep philosophical questions. (Dec. 1)
15'Two Girls And A Guy'
It's like John Tucker Must Die, but with only two women and Robert Downey Jr. And, like, murder. (Dec. 1)
Robin Williams is in this movie. Need we say more? (Dec. 1)
17'Touch' Season 2
The boy who currently plays young Batman on Gotham as a mute autistic boy whose gift for math could predict the future. (Dec. 1)
18'The Man From Snowy River'
If you like '80s westerns, then this Kirk Douglas horse film should be right up your alley. (Dec. 1)
19'The Gospel Road: A Story Of Jesus'
If you like your stories of Jesus told with a side of country music, then you might want to watch this before it's gone. (Dec. 1)
This Arthur Miller parable about adultery and mob mentality is still incredibly relevant today. (Dec. 1)
21'Terriers' Season 1
Ocean Beach has a seedy underbelly and Hank and Britt are about to explore it. So, basically, it's Veronica Mars, but with older dudes. (Dec. 1)
22'Super Size Me'
Watch this documentary if you never want to eat fast food again. (Dec. 1)
23'Scary Movie' 2 & 3
The original Scary Movie is staying right where it is, but if you prefer one of these two sequels then you'd better get your marathon on. (Dec. 1)
Mexico's wealthiest attend a prep school where music can bring them all together. (Dec. 1)
Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman are in this classic film. If that doesn't convince you to watch it, nothing will. (Dec. 1)
Jennifer Aniston pretends a videographer is her fiancé in this rom-com that's soon to be gone. (Dec. 1)
27'La Viuda Negra' Season 1
Learn all about the infamous Griselda Blanco, the "queen of cocaine" in this series for fans of Narcos. (Dec. 1)
True-crime fans will love this biopic about Jimmy Hoffa, his rise and his disappearance. (Dec. 1)
This satire looks at Victorian society from a fun lens, and also features Jessica Lange and Hugh Laurie. (Dec. 1)
Based on the Leopold-Loeb murder trial, this '50s film is not to be missed. (Dec. 1)
31'Black Snake Moan'
Samuel L. Jackson. Justin Timberlake. Christina Ricci. Why would you ever take this away? (Dec. 1)
A shy crook sells his soul for seven wishes to win over his crush, and you can guess how well that goes. (Dec. 1)
33'All I Want For Christmas'
Single mom Sarah starts dating to grant her son's Christmas wish of a new father. Sadly, this 2007 TV movie won't be around for the holidays. (Dec. 1)