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Your Fave BBC Shows May Be Staying, But Here's All The OTHER Stuff That's Leaving Netflix In February!

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BBC fans everywhere breathed a sigh of relief as Netflix renewed its contract to keep playing most of their shows.

But a few are still leaving, and they're not alone.

[ Related: Netflix Is Restricting Its Services Around The World! Does This Change Affect YOU? ]

There are also quite a few movies dropping off the streaming service in February. Our personal recommendations?

Don't miss Jodie Foster and a young Kristen Stewart in Panic Room — the first time David Fincher made an awesome version of a Lifetime movie — and Dredd, a cult-hit comic book adaptation featuring Game of Thrones star Lena Headey as one gritty gangster!

But you may have a lot to catch up on! Here's the long list of titles leaving Netflix starting February 1:

Leaving February 1

Blackadder: Seasons 1-­4
A View to a Kill
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now Redux
Babes in Toyland
Batman & Robin
Batman Forever
Batman Returns
Cocoon: The Return
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Down Periscope
Fawlty Towers: Seasons 1­-2
For Your Eyes Only
From Russia with Love
Hotel Babylon: Seasons 1-­4
Jane Eyre
Live and Let Die
Mad Max
MI­5: Seasons 1­-10
Nacho Libre
Never Say Never Again
Red Dwarf: Seasons 1­-9

School Daze
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie
The Juror

Leaving February 2

Jem and the Holograms: S1-­3
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: S1­-4
Pound Puppies: S1-­3
Transformers Prime: S1-­3
Transformers: Rescue Bots

Leaving February 5


Leaving February 23


Leaving February 28

Monkey Trouble
Panic Room

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