Netflix shows and films you should watch before they leave this January

BoJack Horseman
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The streaming wars are here and Netflix will be losing a lot of shows (but gaining a lot of content as well) to their competitors.

The widely popular BoJack Horseman will end its run on January 31st next year after six seasons. Other shows like The Ranch starring Ashton Kutcher will end sooner come January 24th.

Netflix will also have a lot of returning content such as Sex Education for its second season, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s Part Three along with debuting titles like Dracula and The Stranger.

We have listed down some of the bigger films that will be leaving Netflix this January so you can watch them one (or a couple) more time before they exit the streaming giant:

 

American Psycho

Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) lives a double life in 1987 New York, he is an investment banker by day and prowls the streets at night as a sadistic serial killer. The dark comedy explores the elements of this psychopathic monster.

 

Good Luck Chuck

Charlie Kagan (Dane Cook) is a dentist that has been having a tough time finding the woman of his dreams, the worst part? Every single one of his ex-girlfriends finds their own mister perfect after breaking up with him. Growing a somewhat odd reputation for being a good luck charm, women everywhere fall in line for a quick night with him until he meets Cam (Jessica Alba), the woman of his dreams and goes on a quest to find a way to break his ‘good luck’ before she finds her happily ever after with another man.

 

Zombieland

After a global pandemic wiped the entire planet and turning most of the population into flesh-starved zombies, the very few surviving humans manage to lock themselves in a long and grueling onslaught against the undead. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) goes across the nation following a set of survival rules on their way to Los Angeles where there is an alleged safe zone from the hordes of the living dead.

 

Panic Room

Mother and daughter Meg (Jodie Foster) and Sarah Altman (Kristen Stewart) lock themselves inside their New York home’s panic room, a hidden space in their house that serves as a safe haven if ever someone breaks in their home. The two are assaulted by three men, Burnham (Forest Whitaker), Junior (Jared Leto), and Raoul (Dwight Yoakam) in an ensuing and brutal break-in. The twist is that the intruders actually want to get into the panic room because the thing that they are looking for is apparently inside.

 

Grease

Immerse yourself in the razzle-dazzle and whirlwind of 1950s adventure, romance, and friendship through a group of high school kids where they sing and dance in the world of Grease.

 

Maron (Series)

Marc Maron stars in his own comedy series where he plays a fictional version of himself as a 25 year veteran of the comedy industry. Maron has made a lot of mistakes in his adult life and through a podcast that becomes popular, he has started to turn his life around.

 

Spartacus (Series)

Batiatus bought Spartacus to train as a gladiator and promises him that he will aide in finding Sura if Spartacus proves that he is capable of his training. The series unfolds and shows the politics and primal nature of ancient Rome.