As it has been already mentioned a number of times in our articles and FAQs, Netflix does not hold rights on all the movies and TV series available via its services. Therefore, they disappear as soon as the license agreements come to an end (you can read more about it in our Netflix FAQ). Indeed, Netflix is going to add its collection with a number of pretty outstanding titles in December. At the same time, there also movies leaving Netflix in December 2017, and our article will help you make up your mind regarding which movies you should watch while they are still on Netflix.
First of all, it should be pointed out that Netflix is preparing to say bye to all 11 seasons of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” While the longest sitcom in the American history has been extended for three seasons more, the viewers of Netflix aren’t likely to see them. The “departure” of the TV series is expected to happen on December 9th.
However, there is also a pretty decent bulk of movies leaving Netflix in December 2017, especially in the beginning of the month. In particular, the following movies and TV shows will leave Netflix on December 1st:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal: Seasons 1-2
Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time
Two Girls and a Guy
Touch (Season 2)
The Man from Snowy River
The Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus
Terriers (Season 1)
Super Size Me
Scary Movie 2
Scary Movie 3
La Viuda Negra (Season 1)
Black Snake Moan
All I Want for Christmas
In terms of other movies leaving Netflix in December 2017, there are also “Holes” leaving on December 5th, the second season of Dollhouse leaving on December 11th, and the Queen of Versailles leaving on December 13th. Three movies will leave Netflix on December 10th: Lucky Number Slevin, Nightcrawler, and The Rite.
There is also another huge pile of movies leaving the network on December 15th, namely five seasons of various versions of America’s Funniest Home Video Kids, as well as Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself. At the end of the month, the following movies will leave Netflix: 1-3 series of Dance Academy on December 19th, both parts of Che on December 20th, Amores Perros on December 24th, and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl on December 25th.
What it comes to the question which are the movies worth to watch, there are a couple of good options for you for sure. First of all, the neo-exploitation film with unlimited sexual fantasies Black Snake Moan is worth your attention. Practical Magic, a movie about two witches combating the family curse and this movie features Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock, is recommended for watching as well. The Crucible is a worthy version of the famous play of Arthur Miller and will be fancied by anyone for sure.