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What is Leaving Netflix in January

Megan Solensky | Staff Writer

As most Netflix account holders are aware, many TV shows and movies hold a shelf life on the platform. This change happens as licensing expires and attempts are made to keep the streaming service fresh with the latest content. Many notable titles will be removed in February 2022. As the country still battles an ongoing pandemic, stay inside and catch up on the following flicks before they expire.

Hitler: A Career (1977)

Set to expire February 10th, this documentary dives into Hitler’s quest for world domination. As the leader of the Nazi party, Hitler strived for world domination and absolute power through manipulation and mass murder.

Grown Ups (2010)

Comedy stars Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider and Adam Sandler star in the hilarious 2010 movie Grown Ups as childhood friends that continue a lifelong bond through adulthood. After the death of their basketball coach, these kids at heart reunite for an epic reunion to reminisce about the good old days. This film will be exiting Netflix’s platform February 1st, 2022.

Life as we Know it (2010)

After a horrendous first date, the couple Holly Berenson and Eric Messer both agree to disagree when it comes to their love lives. However, both people find themselves living together and juggling the obstacles of starting a career and building a life.

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2001)

Set in Equestria, the animated show My Little Pony attempts to teach children various life lessons about friendship and other topics through the adventures of the unicorns.

Polaroid (2019)

This 2019 horror film is being removed from Netflix on February 9th, 2022. Polaroid is a film centered around a teenage girl that works at an antique store. She acquires a camera during work that when used to photograph people, is capturing a shadow behind her subjects predicting who is next to die.

Texas Rangers (2001)

Starring Ashton Kutcher, Alfred Molina, James Van Der Beek, and Dylan McDermott, this 2001 American Western is loosely based on a true story. Set a decade after the Civil War, The Texas Rangers target the bandit King Fisher in attempts to maintain peace throughout the frontier. The last day to watch this film on Netflix is January 31st, 2022.

We Bare Bears

The Cartoon Network original came to an end in 2015, but has been living on Netflix until now. The animated show about a brotherhood between bears. While fleeing wildlife control, the show follows the brothers as they make their journey up north to seek refuge in Canada.

Zapped (2014)

Starring Disney channel star Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, Zapped is a film about a new kid in town who doesn’t initially fit in. After a disastrous first day of school, Zoey finds a new app on her phone may just make life a little easier when dealing with the boys in her life.. or so she thinks.

These are just some of the many titles leaving Netflix’s platform in the near future. Be sure to check the platform for a complete list of motion pictures being removed.


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