Netflix dropping over 60 titles, adding over 30 in January

Netflix dropping over 60 titles, adding over 30 in January

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ADDINGTON/DROPPINGTON — Christmas has come, and gone and it’s time to say goodbye to December and say hello to the bitter cold of January.

Considering you’ll probably be spending a good amount of time indoors with the cold weather, we thought we’d make it easier for you to pass your time. Here is a full list of everything Netflix streaming is removing and adding to its library this January.

There are actually a number of great titles being added in January to keep you busy. Some of the notable ones include “Cast Away,” “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” the small-budget “Get Low” and the entire series of the TV show “Friends.” With the addition of new titles, however, we also lose a few friends.

Netflix streaming will drop over 60 titles starting Jan. 1, including “Gladiator,” “Happy Gilmore,” “Batman” and “You’ve Got Mail.” Below is a full list of all titles being added and dropped this January.


"101 Dalmatians"

"Bad Boys II"

"Batman & Robin"

"Bruce Almighty"

"Cast Away"

"Get Low"


"Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas"

"Fort Bliss"

"Jeepers Creepers 2"

"Mean Girls"

"Shall We Dance?"

"To Be Takei"

"The French Connection"

"The Quiet Man"

"The War of the Worlds"

"Wayne's World 2"

"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" (Jan. 3)

"Brick Mansions" (Jan. 7)

"Frank" (Jan. 8)

"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" (Jan. 16)

"Iliza Shlesinger: Freezing Hot" (Jan. 23)

"Chef" (Jan. 28)

TV Shows

"Dallas," Season 3

"Friends," Complete Series

"White Collar," Season 5 (Jan. 3)

"Psych," Season 8 (Jan. 8)

"Z Nation," Season 1 (Jan. 9)

"Being Human," Season 4 (Jan. 13)

"Wolfblood," Season 3 (Jan. 15)

"The Adventures of Puss in Boots," Season 1 (Jan. 16)

"The Fall," Season 2 (Jan. 16)

"Beauty & the Beast," Season 2 (Jan. 28)


“12 Angry Men“ (1957)

“A Mighty Heart“ (2007)

“A River Runs Through It“ (1992)

“Backdraft“ (1991)

“Bad Boys“ (1995)

“Batman“ (1989)

“Beethoven” (1992)

“Beethoven's 2nd" (1993)

“Beverly Hills Cop” (1984)

“Big Trouble in Little China” (1986)

“Boyz n the Hood” (1991)

“Braveheart” (1995)

“Can't Buy Me Love” (1987)

“Carrie” (1976)

“D3: The Mighty Ducks” (1996)

“Duck Soup” (1933)

“Far and Away” (1992)

“G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero," Seasons 1–2 (1983–1986)

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” (1985)

“Gladiator” (2000)

“Good Burger” (1997)

“Guess Who's Coming to Dinner” (1967)

“Happy Gilmore” (1996)

“Hitch” (2005)

“Hotel Rwanda” (2004)

“Journey to the Center of the Earth” (1959)

“Kiss the Girls” (1997)

“Kramer vs. Kramer” (1979)

“Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” (1998)

“Love Actually” (2003)

“Manhattan” (1979

“Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” (1939)

“My Girl” (1991)

“My Girl 2” (1994)

“Red Dawn” (1984)

“Rocky IV” (1985)

“Roman Holiday” (1953)

“Saved! ” (2004)

“Scary Movie 2” (2001)

“Spaceballs” (1987)

“Stargate” (1994)

“Taylor Swift: Journey to Fearless” (2010)

“The Bad News Bears Go to Japan!” (1978)

“The Brady Bunch Movie” (1995)

“The Breakfast Club” (1985)

“The Chronicles of Riddick” (2004)

“The Company Men” (2010)

“The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951)

“The Grapes of Wrath” (1940)

“The Longest Yard” (1974)

“The Mighty Ducks” (1992)

“The Original Kings of Comedy” (2000)

“The Parent Trap” (1998)

“The Phantom of the Opera” (1989)

“The Usual Suspects” (1995)

“The Wedding Planner” (2001)

“Titanic” (1997)

“Tombstone” (1993)

“Transformers: Generation 1," Seasons 1–4 (1984–1987)

“Turner and Hooch” (1989)

“You've Got Mail” (1998)

About the Author: John Clyde ----------------------------

John has been writing about movies, news, sports and pretty much anything awesome for more than five years. John is the co-host of the Flix Junkies podcast and will always entertain you with his stories. John is an alumnus of both Utah Valley University and BYU. He, his wife and their two children call Salt Lake City home.

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