Netflix Announces New Movies and Shows for August 2017

The dog days of summer have arrived in full force, so snuggle up like the sweaty little pup you are and check out these new additions to Netflix’s movie selection.

This month, you can finally stream the long-anticipated live action version of Death Note and see how it stands up next to the original. If you’re feeling out of touch, jolt yourself back into reality with the Matrix trilogy and refresh your memory before the Warner Brothers reboot hits theaters. Or you could take a trip down to Camp Green Lake with Holes and reminisce about the Golden Age of Shia Laboeuf.

No matter your taste, there’s bound to be something in month’s list of new arrivals for you. Happy ‘flixing!

Available on August 1:

A Cinderella Story (2004)

Bad Santa (2003)

Cloud Atlas (2012)

Crematorium: Season 1 (2011)

Funny Games (US) (2007)

Innerspace (1987)

Jackie Brown (1997)

Lord of War (2005)

Maz Jobrani: Immigrant — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Nola Circus (2015)

Opening Night (2016)

Practical Magic (1998)

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Small Soldiers (1998)

Surviving Escobar – Alias JJ: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

The Addams Family (1991)

The Astronaut’s Wife (1999)

The Bomb (2015)

The Hollywood Masters: Season 1

The Last Mimzy (2007)

The Matrix (1999)

The Matrix Reloaded (2003)

The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

The Number 23 (2007)

The Royal House of Windsor: Season 1 (2017)

The Truth About Alcohol (2015)

The Wedding Party (2016)

Tie The Knot (2016)

Who Gets the Dog? (2016)

Wild Wild West (1999)

Available August 2:

Jab We Met (2007)

The Founder (2016)

Available August 3:

Sing (2016)

The Invisible Guardian (2017)

Available August 4:

Icarus — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available August 5:

Holes (2003)

Available August 8:

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7 Episodes 1-13 (2017)

Available August 9:

Black Site Delta (2017)

Available August 10:

Diary of an Exorcist – Zero (2016)

Available August 11:

Atypical: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Naked — NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM

True and The Rainbow Kingdom: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

White Gold — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available August 13:

Arthur and the Invisibles (2006)

Hot Property (2016)

Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo (2017)

Available August 14:

The Outcasts (2017)

Urban Hymn (2015)

Available August 15:

Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

21(2008)

A New Economy (2016)

All These Sleepless Nights (2016)

Donald Cried (2016)

Murderous Affair: Season 1 (2016)

My Ex-Ex (2015)

The Sweet Life (2016)

Available August 16:

Gold (2016)

Available August 18:

Dinotrux: Season 5 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

I Am Sam (2001)

Marvel’s The Defenders: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

What Happened to Monday — NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM

Available August 19:

Hide and Seek (2005)

Available August 20:

Camera Store (2017)

Available August 21:

AWOL (2016)

Bad Rap (2016)

Beautiful Creatures (2013)

Gomorrah: Season 2 (2016)

Unacknowledged (2017)

Available August 22:

Lynne Koplitz: Hormonal Beast — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Sadie’s Last Days on Earth (2016)

Available August 23:

Feel Rich (2017)

Available August 25:

Disjointed: Part 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Death Note — NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM

DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 5 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Once Upon a Time: Season 6 (2016)

Available August 29:

Ryan Hamilton: Happy Face — NETFLIX ORIGINAL

The Good Place: Season 1 (2017)

Available August 31:

Be Afraid (2017)

The 10 Best New Things on Netflix This Month

At first glance, it looks like May is going to be a great month for Netflix subscribers. We’re getting new seasons of both House of Cards and Master of None, some excellent sci-fi and fight movies, some educational documentaries, etc. But when we look at what’s leaving, we can’t help but wince: The Jurassic Park trilogy, Invincible, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (Seasons 1-5), Graceland (Seasons 1-3), Bob’s Burgers Season 2, and quite a few others. So it’s going to hurt, but let’s look on the bright side.  May is still offering us far more good than bad. Here are the 10 best things coming to Netflix in May.

Sense8 Season 2

May 5

If you’re into action, drama, and sci-fi, Sense8 is going to be one of those shows that blows your mind. The show revolves around the lives of eight random strangers from all over the world who suddenly become emotionally and psychologically linked. These eight people can lend each other certain skills and powers, and if it sounds like a bit of a mind fuck, it’s because it is. Importantly, the show finds interesting and unique ways of addressing different real-world issues like gender, politics, race, and identity—which we definitely appreciate.

The Mars Generation

May 5

If you’ve paid attention to the news at all over the last few years, you’ve noticed that America—once the world’s largest pioneer of space exploration—has dialed back quite a bit on its plans to live among the stars. Not a great way to honor the legacy of the Moon Landings, but maybe we can make up for it. The Mars Generation is a Netflix Original documentary about a group of kids who are training and studying to ensure that this generation will be the first one to put footprints in Martian soil. Look for interviews by esteemed scientists and space travel pioneers like Neil deGrasse Tyson and Elon Musk, as well as the kids with their hearts and eyes focused on what’s out there (and more).

Mindhorn

May 12

A serial killer is on the loose and the only man that may be able to stop him is… A washed up actor from a forgotten 1980’s detective crime drama? Yup. The film’s writing and humor is distinctly British (as is its cast), and it’s great to see a new way of dealing with the nostalgia people have for the 1980s.  Tint those glasses rose as deeply as you’d like, 80s entertainment was cheesy as hell.

Master of None Season 2

May 12

The second season of the acclaimed Netflix Original series Master of None debuts May 12, and we’d be willing to bet Season 2 is going to be a whole new type of adventure. What makes Master of None so good is that it’s always funny, but adds to that incredible honesty and relatability. It accomplishes something a lot of “funny shows” tend to miss out on—purposeful authenticity. From the trailer, it looks like Alan Yang (Ansari) somehow winds up in Italy/Europe, rides a scooter, meets a ton of new women he probably won’t date, etc. For that and whatever else he gets up to, we can’t wait.

Inglourious Basterds

May 22

We’re gonna be doing one thing and one thing only, and that’s killin’ Nazis! Ugh, we love this WWII action comedy from Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained, Reservoir Dogs). The film stars Brad Pitt (in a role eerily similar to the one he’ll be playing in War Machine) as Lieutenant Aldo Raine, a member of the First Special Service Force tasked with putting together a team of Jewish-born American soldiers to go kick Nazi ass. It’s hysterical, crude, and particularly gory. And unless you like Nazis, you’ll likely love this film.

Southpaw

May 24

We love a good fight movie, and when it’s brilliantly written and stars an all-star cast? More please. Southpaw, written by none other than Kurt Sutter and starring Jake Gyllanhaal, Forest Whitaker, and Rachel McAdams, follows the rise, fall, and redemption of Billy “The Great” Hope (Gyllanhaal), a prized boxer whose life is destroyed after his wild antics and hot head result in the murder of his wife Maureen (Rachel McAdams). Billy hits rock bottom and loses his fancy house, as well as custody of his daughter. Billy seeks out the help of trainer Titus “Tick” Wills (Whitaker), who eventually reluctantly agrees to train him for a fight against Miguel—the very man responsible for the death of his wife. It’s a tad on the overly dramatic side, but definitely worth the watch.

Bloodline Season 3

May 26

The only real way to describe Bloodline is: “A complete and utterly mind bending cluster fuck.” It truly is one of those shows you watch, gripping your couch the whole time and yelling, “Oh holy shit!” over and over and over again. We could write paragraphs on the show’s twisted and all-over-the-map plot line, but there just isn’t time. Instead, imagine the hands-down worst family you’ve ever seen, complete with psychotic behavior, murder, and all the other fun stuff bad families are made of. Few would argue that Season 2 was anywhere near as good as Season 1, but we’re optimistic that Season 3, which debuts May 26 and will be the show’s final season, will once again bring the heat.

War Machine

May 26

As years-long subscribers, we’ve been blown away by how much of a media giant Netflix has managed to establish itself as over the last couple years. And if anyone was in doubt of that status, try this. You know you’ve made it when Brad Pitt is starring in one of your original movies.

War Machine stars Pitt as four-star General Glen McMahon, a decorated leader tasked with bringing the war in Afghanistan to an end after eight long and trying years. The film is a brilliant satire/parody that explores the relationship between war and politics, and how the media influence the lives of the world’s shot callers. Pitt isn’t the only name to look out for, either. Notable additions include Topher Grace (no, really), John Magaro, Anthony Michael Hall, and the one and only Alan Ruck. We’re betting this one’s going to be a winner.

Doctor Strange

May 30

The Box Office smash (more than $677 million!) Doctor Strange also makes its way to Netflix in May. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Vincent Strange, a disgraced former surgeon-turned powerful sorcerer who must protect the world from Kaecilius, an evil sorcerer hellbent on destroying everything. Critics and comic book nerds alike praised the film, and we have to agree—if you haven’t yet, check this one out.

House of Cards Season 5

May 30

Another “Oh holy shit, what’s even happening right now?” kind of Netflix Original series,  House of Cards debuts its fifth season May 30 and boy, if you thought our actual political sphere was in total chaos, wait until you see this shit. It’s a lot to get into, but the show follows the political career of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), from his time as South Carolina Congressman to his rise to President of the United States. Season 4 ended in tumult with the Islamic Caliphate (yeah, we know), which appears to have led to a full-on world war (yeah, we know). We’re excited to see where Season 5 ends up, especially knowing the show’s history of going everywhere viewers never thought possible.

Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in April

In just a matter of days, we’ll be ushering in a new month. This of course means that not only will we be saying goodbye to a number of movies, TV shows and documentaries on Netflix, but we’ll also be welcoming a slew of new pictures.

First off, you have until Saturday (and forthcoming dates in April) to take advantage of select favorites that will be leaving, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the Superman films, The Princess Bride, X-Files, and Vanilla Sky, among other titles.

However, you have A Nightmare on Elm Street, Cool Runnings, Schindler’s List, Tropic Thunder, Louis C.K. 2017, The Get Down: Part 2, Kevin Hart: What Now, Bill Nye Saves the World: season one, Casting JonBenet, and Dear White People: season one to look forward to, in addition to other notable newcomers.

For a complete breakdown of everything coming to and leaving Netflix in April, see underneath.

Let us know what you’re most excited for.

Coming to Netflix

April 1:
A Weekend with the Family
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Across the Universe
An American Tail
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster
Boy Bye
Born To Be Free
Cool Runnings
Good Witch: Season 2
Gremlins
Only for One Night
Richord Pryor: Live & Smokin’
Scooby-Doo
Schindler’s List
Something’s Gotta Give
Thunderstruck
Wynonna Earp: Season 1
Trouble with the Curve
Tropic Thunder
The Tenth Man

April 2:
The D Train

April 4:
Chewing Gum: Season 2 – Netflix Original
Louis C.K. 2017 – Netflix Original

April 6:
Disney’s The BFG

April 7:
El Faro De Las Orcas – Netflix Original Film
Dawn of the Croods: Season 3 – Netflix Original
The Get Down: Part 2 – Netflix Original
Win It All – Netflix Original Film

April 8:
Kubo and the Two Strings

April 10:
Documentary Now!: Season 2

April 11:
Kevin Hart: What Now

April 12:
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 2

April 14:
Chelsea: Season 2 – Netflix Original
El Elegido
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return – Netflix Original
Sandy Wexler – Netflix Original Film

April 15:
Disney’s Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
Slam – Netflix Original Film

April 18:
Lucas Brothers: On Drugs – Netflix Original

April 19:
A Plastic Ocean

April 21:
Bill Nye Saves the World: Season 1 – Netflix Original
Girlboss: Season 1 – Netflix Original
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On: Season 1 – Netflix Original
Sand Castle – Netflix Original Film
Tales by Light: Season 2 – Netflix Original
The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show: Season 4 – Netflix Original
The Prestige
Tramps- Netflix Original Film

April 22:
The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass: Season 1-3
The Secret Life of Pets

April 23:
Liv and Maddie: Season 4
Phantom

April 24:
Long Nights Short Mornings

April 25:
Disney’s Queen of Katwe
The 101-Year-Old Man Who Skipped Out on the Bill and Disappeared – Netflix Original Film
Vir Das: Abroad Understanding – Netflix Original

April 26:
Real Rescues: Season 6-7
Trust

April 27:

Las Chicas del Cable: Season 1 – Netflix Original

April 28:
A Murder in the Park
Casting JonBenet – Netflix Original
Dear White People: Season 1 – Netflix Original
Rodney King – Netflix Original Film
Small Crimes – Netflix Original Film

April 30:
Sofia the First: Season 3

Leaving Netflix

April 1:
Ally McBeal: Seasons 1-2
Angel: Seasons 1-5
Better Off Ted: Season 1
Barbershop 2: Back in Business
Bones: Seasons 1-4
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Seasons 1-7
Chaplin
Dollhouse: Season 1
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Firefly
House, M.D.: Seasons 1-8
Lie to Me: Season 1
Menace II Society
Resident Evil: Extinction
Rosewell: Seasons 1-3
Snow Day
Stomp the Yard
Superman II
Superman III
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
Superman Returns
Superman: The Movie
The Agony and the Ecstasy
The Boys from Brazil
The Escapist
The Princess Bride
The Riches: Seasons 1-2
The Usual Suspects
The X-Files: Seasons 1-9
Vanilla Sky

April 3:
Collateral Damage
The Circle

April 7:
Legit: Season 2
Wilfred: Season 4

April 9:
Hero

April 10:

Legit: Season 1
Flower Girl

April 14:
The Lazarus Effect

April 15:
A Fantastic Fear of Everything

April 17:

American Dad! Season 6

April 26:

The Nutty Professor 2: Facing the Fear

April 30:
Under the Tuscan Sun
The Mirror
Born to Defense
The Defender

Netflix Wants You to Build Your Own Personal Trainer

If you’re struggling to rid that dad bod in time for summer, then fear not, as Netflix is here to help. In a surprising move, the streaming giant has shared instructions for making your very own DIY personal trainer device.

For the project, Netflix has shared a materials list and all the files you’ll need for the gadget. Once built, it can then be clipped onto your belt or armband where it will play back a selection of motivational quotes from familiar faces including Terry Crews. Yes, if you’re slacking on the treadmill, Terry Crews will literally shout in your ear. Other fictional characters include BoJack from BoJack Horseman, Jessica Jones, Frank Underwood, and Dustin Henderson.

Even if you’re a Luddite, the instructions also come with some handy animations. Find them over at the Netflix Make It website here.

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Here’s Every Movie and TV Show Coming to and Leaving Netflix in March

As we are now less than a week away from the month of March, it’s time to take a look at what Netflix has becoming available during the forthcoming 31 days, as well as what we’ll be saying goodbye to.

As expected, a slew of new original content is coming to the streaming service, while all-around notable arrivals include Friday After Next, Jurassic Park, Memento, Nacho Libre, Amy Schumer: The Leather Special, The Waterboy, season two of Love, Million Dollar Baby, season one of Iron Fist, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and Better Call Saul season two.

For those leaving, bid farewell to standouts like Jaws and National Lampoon’s Animal House, among a number of other pictures.

Available March 1

Angry Birds: Season 2 (2013)
Blazing Saddles (1974)
Chicago (2002)
Deep Run (2015)
Dirt Every Day: Season 1 (2013)
Epic Drives: Season 2 (2015)
Friday After Next (2002)
Head 2 Head: Season 2 (2013)
Hot Rod Unlimited: Season 1 (2013)
Ignition: Season 1 (2013)
Impossible Dreamers (2017)
Jurassic Park (1993)
Jurassic Park III (2001)
Kate and Mim-Mim: Season 2 (2015)
Know Your Enemy – Japan (1945)
Kung Fu Panda (2008)
Let There Be Light (1946)
Memento (2000)
Midnight in Paris (2011)
Nacho Libre (2006)
Nazi Concentration Camps (1945)
Roadkill: Season 2 (2013)
Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane (2012)
San Pietro (1945)
Singing with Angels (2016)
Sustainable (2016)
Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)
The Craft (1996)
This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny (2006)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944)
The Negro Soldier (1944)
Thunderbolt (1947)
Tunisian Victory (1944)

Available March 3

Greenleaf: Season 1 (2016)

Available March 4

Safe Haven (2013)

Available March 5

Señora Acero: Season 3 (2016)

Available March 7

Amy Schumer: The Leather Special—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available March 8

Hands of Stone (2016)
The Waterboy (1998)

Available March 9

Thithi (2015)

Available March 10

Buddy Thunderstruck: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Burning Sands—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Love: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
One More Time: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Boss’ Daughter (2016)

Available March 13

Must Love Dogs (2005)
Million Dollar Baby (2004)

Available March 14

Disney’s Pete’s Dragon (2016)
Jim Norton: Mouthful of Shame—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available March 15

Disney’s The BFG (2016)
Notes on Blindness (2016)

Available March 16

Beau Sejour: Season 1 –NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Coraline (2009)

Available March 17

Deidra & Laney Rob a Train—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Julie’s Greenroom: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel’s Iron Fist: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale (2016)
Pandora—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Samurai Gourmet: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available March 18

Come and Find Me (2016)
The Vampire Diaries: Season 8 (2016)

Available March 20

El Reemplazante: Season 1-2 (2012)

Available March 21

Ali & Nino (2016)
Another Forever (2016)
Evolution (2015)
Fire at the Sea (Fuocoammare) (2016)

Available March 23

How to Get Away with Murder: Season 3 (2016)
Welcome to New York (2015)

Available March 24

Bottersnikes & Gumbles: Season 2—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Déjà Vu (2006)
Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Grace and Frankie: Season 3—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Ingobernable: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Spider (2007)
The Square (2008)
The Most Hated Woman in America—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Available March 25

The Student Body (2017)
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)

Available March 26

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)

Available March 27

Better Call Saul: Season 2

Available March 28

Archer: Season 7 (2016)
Jo Koy: Live from Seattle—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available March 30

Life in Pieces: Season 1 (2015)

Available March 31

13 Reasons Why: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bordertown: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life: Season 1 (2016)
Dinotrux: Season 4—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
FirstBorn (2016)
Five Came Back—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (2012) Rosewood: Season 1
The Carmichael Show: Season 1-2
The Discovery—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM
Trailer Park Boys: Season 11—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Leaving March 1

Jaws
Jaws 2
Jaws 3
Jaws: The Revenge
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
Justice League: War
Keeping Up Appearances
Monarch of the Glen: Seasons 1 – 7
National Lampoon’s Animal House
Robin Hood: Seasons 1 – 3
Survivors: Series 1 – 2

Leaving March 2

Black or White
Sweetwater

Leaving March 3

Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
Misfire
Web Junkie

Leaving March 4

Entertainment
I Dream of Wires
Otto the Rhino
Seashore
The Discoverers
The Nanny Diaries

Leaving March 5

Food Chains
Jail Caesar
The Days to Come
Two Hundred Thousand Dirty

Leaving March 6

Pit Stop
Rigor Mortis

Leaving March 7

Hansel vs. Gretel

Leaving March 8

Love At First Fight
The Starving Games

Leaving March 15

Boy
B for Boy
My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
Sushi: The Global Catch

Leaving March 16

American Dreamz

Leaving March 23

Love Me
The Invincible Iron Man

Leaving March 25

All Stars
Pup
The Perfect Wedding

Leaving March 27

Dragonwolf

Leaving March 28

Erasing Hate
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

Leaving March 29

6 Guns
Detropia
I Melt With You
Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne

All the Movies And TV Coming To Netflix In February

February is only seven days away, so it’s that time again: let’s take a peek at what’s coming and going from Netflix in the coming month.

First, yet another 2016 Disney hit is making a beeline for Netflix, this time in the form of Finding Dory. No surprise there. On the “prestige TV” front, if you missed American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson when it aired last year, you’re in luck, as the critically acclaimed drama arrives for your streaming convenience on Feb. 2. Then, if you’re intrigued by the idea of Drew Barrymore voraciously feasting upon human flesh (and come on, you probably are), Santa Clarita Diet drops Feb. 3.

If any mid-month watchers happen to be fans of Bob Odenkirk, they’ll be glad to know that Girlfriend’s Day (which he stars in and co-wrote) will debut on Valentine’s Day. Some anime fans might also be pleased to hear that Netflix’s original Seven Deadly Sins will also premiere its second season on the holiday.

Then, if you don’t mind waiting, the end of the month will also see some high-profile releases to the streaming platform. If you missed it in theaters last year, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s surprisingly social commentary-filled Sausage Party will hit Netflix on the 23rd, followed by Ultimate Beastmaster and I Don’t Feel At Home in This World Anymore the next day. The former is a competitive obstacle course-based game show produced by Sylvester Stallone that boasts six different international versions, complete with different sets of hosts and contestants. Meanwhile, the latter is Macon Blair’s crime thriller and directorial debut starring Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood. You might recognize Blair from his turn in last year’s violent punk thriller Green Room or his starring role in 2013’s similarly bloody indie hit Blue Ruin.

As for what’s leaving the platform, get ready to say goodbye to ‘90s comedies like Clueless and Clerks, as well as classic dramas like Trainspotting and There Will Be Blood.

For the full list of what’s coming and going from Netflix in February, check out the full list below.

Available 2/1/17:
Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies, and Cyber Attacks (2016)
Babe (1995)
Babe: Pig in the City (1998)
Balto (1995)
Balto 2: Wolf Quest (2001)
Balto 3: Wings of Change (2004)
Contact (1997)
Corpse Bride (2005)
Disney’s Finding Dory (2016)
Eleven P.M. (1928)
From This Day Forward: A Trans Love Story (2016)
Gun Runners (2015)
Hell-Bound Train (1930)
Highly Strung (2015)
Hot Biskits (1931)
I Am Sun Mu (2016)
Invincible (2006)
Les beaux malaises: Season 1-4 (2014)
Magic Mike (2012)
Masha’s Spooky Stories: Season 1 (2012)
Mother with a Gun (2016)
Paris Is Burning (1990)
Project X (1987)
Silver Streak (1976)
The Blair Witch Project (1990)
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (2005)
The Five Heartbeats (1995)
The Furchester Hotel: Season 1-2 (2014)
The Girl from Chicago (1932)
The Longest Day (1962)
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Twilight (2008)
Women in Gold

Available 2/2/17:
American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson (2016)
Frequency: Season 1

Available 2/3/17:
Daniel Sosa: Sosafado—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Imperial Dreams -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Santa Clarita Diet – NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/4/17:
Superbad (2007)

Available 2/5/17:
Elvira I Will Give You My Life but I’m Using It (2014)
Los herederos (2015)

Available 2/6/17:
Girls Lost (2015)
Me, Myself and Her (2015)

Available 2/7/17:
Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Avail. 2/8/17
Tiempos Felices (2014)
Girl Asleep (2015)

Available 2/10/17:
Abstract: The Art of Design
David Brent: Life on the Road—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/11/17:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 2 (2016)
Stronger Than The World—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/12/17:
Clouds of Sils Maria (2014)

Available 2/13/17:
Code: Debugging the Gender Gap (2016)
Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016)

Available 2/14/17:
Girlfriend’s Day -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Katherine Ryan: In Trouble -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
King Cobra (2016)
Project Mc ²: Part 4 -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
White Nights -NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/15/17:
Aram, Aram (2015)
Before I Go to Sleep (2014)
Fire Song (2015)
Avail. 2/16/17
Milk (2008)
Sundown (2016)

Available 2/17/17:
Chef’s Table: Season 3—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 4 -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Kill Ratio (2016)
The Seven Deadly Sins: Season 2 -NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/19/17:
Girl Meets World: Season 3 (2016)
Growing Up Wild (2016)
Tini: El Gran Cambio De Violetta (2016)
When Calls the Heart: Season 3 (2016)

Available 2/23/17:
Sausage Party (2016)

Available 2/24/17:
I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Legend Quest: Season 1 -NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Ultimate Beastmaster—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Ultimate Beastmaster Mexico—NETFLIX ORIGINAL
VeggieTales in the City: Season 1—NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Available 2/26/17:
Night Will Fall (2016)

Available 2/27/17:
Brazilian Western (2013)

Available 2/28/17:
Be Here Now (2015)
Michael Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes -NETFLIX ORIGINAL

LAST CALL

Leaving 2/1/17:
A.C.O.D.
An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky
An Inconvenient Truth
Ashby
Black Hawk Down
Bratz: Babyz: The Movie
Bratz: Super Babyz
Charlotte’s Web 2: Wilbur’s Great Adventure
Clerks
Elizabeth
Extract
Failure to Launch
Frida
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Jackass 2.5
Lalaloopsy Girls: Welcome to L.A.L.A. Prep School
Last Holiday
Mission Impossible: III
Sahara
Save the Last Dance
Serving Sara
Star Trek: Nemesis
The Kite Runner
The Machinist
The Original Latin Kings of Comedy
There Will be Blood
Trainspotting
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

Leaving 2/7/17:
Justin Bieber’s Believe

Leaving 2/12/17:
Grounded for Life: Season 1 – Season 5

Leaving 2/13/17:
Scary Movie 5
The Nut Job

Leaving 2/15/17:
Brothers in War
Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry
Closure
Exile Nation: The Plastic People
Jack Frost
I Am Not a Hipster
Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Prince of Broadway
Stephanie in the Water
The Man on Her Mind
Unlikely Animal Friends: Season 2

Leaving 2/16/17:
Santa Claws
Somewhere

Leaving 2/17/17:
Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year

Leaving 2/19/17:
Problem Child: Leslie Jones

Leaving 2/28/17:
Clueless

Netflix Acquires Documentary About Hulk Hogan’s Fight With Gawker

Netflix is continuing its splurge on new movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, acquiring the worldwide rights for legal documentary Nobody Speak: Hulk Hogan, Gawker and Trials of a Free Press. The movie, helmed by award-winning documentary director Brian Knappenberger, looks at last year’s court case between Hulk Hogan and Gawker — a battle secretly bankrolled by Silicon Valley billionaire and friend-of-Trump Peter Thiel.

The pick-up continues a long line of similar acquisitions by Netflix, which has targeted documentaries — alongside stand-up comedy specials and other more niche formats — in a bid to stand out among streaming services. Nobody Speak will show on the service alongside two other documentaries Netflix picked up at Sundance: climate change-focused Chasing Coral, and Casting JonBenet, which focuses on the murder of JonBenet Ramsey.

It’s not just documentaries for Netflix at Sundance, however. The streaming service has also used the festival to grab the rights to a selection of feature films, including an early swoop for Tallulah, starring Ellen Page and Allison Janney, ensemble comedy Fun Mom Night, and The Incredible Jessica James, featuring The Daily Show alum Jessica Williams.

You Can Finally Watch Netflix Offline on Smartphones & Tablets

Netflix has updated its smartphone and tablets apps allowing you to view some of its content offline. It opens up the possibility of watching your favorite movies and shows on subways, planes, and anywhere else without a stable internet connection.

The streaming service announced the long-awaited offline playback feature in a tweet earlier today, saying that fans will now be able to “watch many of your favorite streaming series and movies” without an internet connection by preloading content onto your device. Right now, that selection only includes stuff made by Netflix (Stranger Things, The Crown, Narcos, Orange is the New Black, etc) but it said movies and shows from other studios will be added in the near future.

To access the feature, all you need to do is download the latest version of Netflix for Android or iOS — both of which are available right now. Then, a button will appear by the side of the play button that will allow you to download the content in either “Standard” or “High Definition.” “Standard quality is a slightly lower video resolution that requires less storage space and takes less time to download,” Netflix said in a statement. “Higher quality is a higher video resolution that requires more storage space and takes more time to download.”

If you don’t see the download button then either you don’t have the latest version of the app, or the content you’re trying to view isn’t yet available for offline playback. Download the app now to give it a try.

Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in December

Netflix is releasing a bumper pack of new movies and TV shows straight to your screens this December — as it does every month — and below is the entire list.

Top picks from the fresh material include this year’s highly acclaimed tale of a hard-partying freshman and her drug dealer boyfriend, White Girl; the ’80s classic comedy Beverly Hills Cop; Netflix’s original Barack Obama biopic, Barry; and many, many more.

Be advised, however, that there are quite a few set to leave the platform and, as usual, if you’re not in the United States you might not be able to watch all of them. Snuggle up; it’s time to watch some movies.

Check out the full list below.

Coming

Available December 1

Always
Angels in the Snow
Beverly Hills Cop
Beyond Bollywood
Black Snake Moan
Chill with Bob Ross: Collection
Compulsion
D2: The Mighty Ducks
David Blaine: Street Magic
Dreamland
For the Love of Spock
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, season 2
Glory Daze: The Life and Time of Michael Alig
Harry and the Hendersons
Hitler: A Career
Holiday Engagement
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
House of Wax
Hannibal
Merli, season 1
Merry Kissmas
National Lampoon’s Animal House
Picture Perfect
Rainbow Time
Rodeo & Juliet
Swept Under
Switchback
The Angry Birds Movie
The Crucible
The Little Rascals
The Legend of Bagger Vance
The Rock
The Spirit of Christmas
Toys
Uncle Nick
Waking Life
Way of the Dragon
We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story
White Girl
Wildflower
Zero Point

Available December 2

Fauda, season 1
Hip Hop Evolution, season 1
Pacific Heat, season 1

Available December 3

Lost & Found Music Studios, season 2

Available December 5

Mad
The Good Neighbor

Available December 6

Blue Jay
Homeland (Iraq Year Zero), season 1
Reggie Watts: Spatial
The Devil Dolls
The Model

Available December 8

The Cuba Libre Story, season 1

Available December 9

Captive, season 1
Cirque du Soleil Junior – Luna Petunia, season 1
Club de Cuervos, season 1
Fuller House, season 2
Four Seasons in Havana, season 1
Medici: Masters of Florence, season 1
Spectral
White Rabbit Project, season 1

Available December 10

Lucky Number Slevin
Phantom of the Theater

Available December 11

Breaking a Monster

Available December 12

Ricardo O’Farrill: Christmas Special

Available December 13

Colony, season 1
Killswitch
I Am Not a Serial Killer
Nobel, season 1

Available December 14

Versailles, season 1

Available December 16

Barry
Call Me Francis, season 1
Crazyhead, season 1
No Second Chance, season 1
Rats (2016)
The Adventures of Puss in Boots, season 4

Available December 19

Miss Stevens

Available December 20

Disorder
Gabriel Iglesias: Sorry For What I Said When I Was Hungry
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, season 6
Ten Percent, season 1
The Break, season 1

Available December 23

Travelers, season 1
Trollhunters, season 1

Available December 25

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War
When Hari Got Married

Available December 27

Ajin, season 2
Chasing Cameron, season 1

Available December 28

Comedy Bang! Bang!, season 5

Available December 29

The Hollywood Shorties

Available December 30

The Eighties, season 1

Available December 31

Big in Bollywood

Leaving

December 1

50 First Dates (2004)
American Beauty (1999)
Black Ops, series 2
Camp Takota (2014)
Carmen Jones (1954)
Cats & Dogs (2001)
Curious George: Swings Into Spring (2013)
Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (2016)
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
Event Horizon (1997)
Frequencies (2013)
The Great War Diary, season 1
The In-Laws (2003)
McConkey
Medora (2013)
Monkey Business (1952)
Myth Hunters, series 1-2
Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006)
The Out-of-Towners (1999)
Paycheck (2003)
Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie (2008)
River of No Return (1954)
Sling Blade (1996)
Thor: Hammer of the Gods (2009)
Top Gun (1986)
Valley of the Dolls (1967)
World Trade Center (2006)

December 2

Legends of the Knight (2013)
The Red Baron (2008)

December 3

The Best of Me (2014)

December 5

Holes (2003)

December 14

The Da Vinci Code (2006)

December 15

High Profits, season 1
World War II in Colour (2009)

December 16

Beyond the Hills (2012)

December 22

Dark Skies (2013)

December 26

Just Friends (2005)

December 27

Spy Kids (2001)

December 31

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, season 1-6

Netflix Projected to Become Officially Bigger Than Cable by Year’s End

RIP cable. Your anti-internet vibes will surely be mourned for many years minutes to come. Though the final nail in the cable coffin hasn’t quite been hammered in just yet, a recent comparison of cable’s growth versus the booming Netflix platform again proves the traditional television format’s days are indeed numbered.

Samuel Bennett, a data visualizer whose recent Reddit-shared comparison chart was spotted by Uproxx, has managed to show just how dire the cable sickness is going to get in the months ahead. As of 2016, Netflix (47.5 million) is roughly a million subscribers behind cable (i.e. not satellite and other alternative TV methods). Given the streaming platform’s current estimated growth rate, Netflix could easily surpass that threshold by the end of this year, or the top of 2017 at the latest.

A recent study from the firm cg42 projected that cable providers could lose as much as a billion bucks in revenue over the next 12 months. The study, excerpted by the Wall Street Journal in September, estimated that pay-TV companies lose approximately $1,248 per cord-cutting rebel each year. The average savings for switching to a streaming-only lifestyle? About $100, the study found.

As part of a September study on when exactly subscribers get hooked on a particular series, Netflix discovered that the viewing habits of its cable-battling subscriber base are surprisingly uniform. “The hooked findings give us confidence that there is an appetite for original and unique content all over the world, which is why we’re excited to deliver variety in stories to our members, whether they’re political dramas from France or musical dramas from the Bronx,” Cindy Holland, Netflix’s VP of Original Content, said at the time.