Every month, Netflix has to renegotiate its contracts, which means that it has to take some streaming options off of its list. The following is a list of movies and television programs that will be taken off of streaming services in the month of January.
Netflix continues to add new movies and episodes of various television shows to its library on a monthly basis. However, in order to create room for the more recent additions, it is possible that some of the episodes and movies that you have been wanting to watch for months or even years may suddenly be deleted from your My List. This is done to make room for the more recent entries.
This is due to the fact that Netflix does not own all of the movies and television series that it makes available to its subscribers. Because of agreements with film studios, TV networks, and other content distributors, a lot of that content is only available for a limited time. We will keep you informed of the current list of material that is being deleted from the Netflix website on a monthly basis, regardless of whether you have been a Netflix customer for years or are considering signing up for the service for the very first time. (Opens in a new window) First, before it’s too late, take a look at a few of the items that, in our opinion, are absolute musts on your bucket list. Here is the complete list:
Z Nation (Gone Jan. 26)
Even though Z Nation on Syfy may have been buried in the post-Walking Dead zombie deluge, it is still highly recommended that viewers catch up on all five seasons of the program before the month is through. When the group finally reaches California, however, they run into trouble on their route to the CDC facility while carrying a prisoner who seems immune to the zombie outbreak.
Steve Jobs (Gone Jan. 15)
The Steve Jobs biography, which was released in 2015 and was directed by Danny Boyle and starred Michael Fassbender, is an examination of the controversial figure that strikes a reasonable balance. Even if Steve Jobs(Opens in a new window) takes some liberties with the facts, it is nonetheless a good look into the person behind the iPod. Steve Jobs(Opens in a new window) is a biographical film about Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs. The film focuses on three significant turning points in Steve Jobs’ life.
Addams Family Values (Gone Jan. 30)
Given that Netflix’s Wednesday (Opens in a new window) seems to be a hit with its users, the company’s choice to pull the plug on Addams Family Values (Opens in a new window) is perplexing. The terrifying family is back for further adventures in the 1993 sequel to Barry Sonnenfeld’s hit film; while the children are away at summer camp, the primary focus of the A storyline is on saving Uncle Fester from a gold-digging serial killer.
Yummy Mummies: Season 1
On the 9th of July, 2017, the first episode of Yummy Mummies was shown on the Seven Network in Australia. The show focuses on a group of successful women who are planning to have a family and have formed a support group for one another to assist them in navigating the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood.
Despite having a low number of viewers and receiving unfavorable reviews, the second season of the program was given the green light to air on 7plus in 2018. Outside of Australia, the series is also available to stream on Netflix, where it is being marketed as an original production by Netflix.
She’s Funny That Way
Peter Bogdanovich directed the screwball comedy film She’s Funny That Way, which was released in 2014 and was originally titled Squirrels to the Nuts. Louise Stratten and Peter Bogdanovich wrote the screenplay together. Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Will Forte, Rhys Ifans, and Jennifer Aniston are some of the actors that will be appearing in the film. In addition to being the first feature film Bogdanovich had made since 2005’s The Cat’s Meow, it was also the final narrative feature film that he would make that wasn’t a documentary. Bogdanovich’s career as a director would end with this picture. In the year 2022, he died away.
It was made accessible via Lionsgate Premiere on August 21, 2015, and it was shown in a limited number of cinemas as well as on video on demand.