What’s Leaving Netflix In March For The U.S. And U.K.?

Unfortunately, life is unfair and we live in a world where iconic titles like Jaws: The Revenge (in addition to the first three Jaws movies) will no longer be available for our binge-watching pleasure. But, the good news is that you can finally have that Jaws-themed party you've always wanted to have – as long as you plan to have it before Wednesday, that is.

Jaws isn't the only title abandoning us next month. The Perfect Wedding, The Nanny Diaries, and the first three seasons of Robin Hood are among the titles leaving Netflix this season.

Here's a list of all the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in March – so you can plan accordingly, aka order pizza, grab a blanket, and turn off your phone.

Leaving March 1

Copper (BBC)Da JammiesDragon TalesThe House of Cards Trilogy (BBC)JawsJustice League: WarJaws 2Jaws 3Jaws: The RevengeJustice League: The Flashpoint ParadoxJustice League: WarKeeping Up AppearancesMonarch of the Glen, Seasons 1 - 7National Lampoon's Animal HouseNorth & SouthThe Office (U.K.) (BBC)Robin Hood, Seasons 1 - 3Survivors, Series 1 – 2Torchwood (BBC)The Vicar of Dibley (BBC)What Went DownZoo Clues

Leaving March 2

Black or WhiteDonde Esta ElisaRelaciones PeligrosasSweetwaterVictoria

Leaving March 3

Bill & Ted's Bogus JourneyMisfireWeb Junkie

Leaving March 4

EntertainmentI Dream of WiresOtto the RhinoSeashoreThe DiscoverersThe Nanny Diaries

Leaving March 5

Food ChainsJail CaesarThe Days to ComeTwo Hundred Thousand Dirty

Leaving March 6

Pit StopRigor Mortis

Leaving March 7

Hansel vs. GretelStar Wars: The Clone Wars (Seasons 1-6)

Leaving March 8

Love at First FightThe Starving Games

Leaving March 15

Animals Gone Wild (National Geographic)BoyB for BoyDrugs, Inc.Empresses in the PalaceFilthy RichesHacking the System (National Geographic)Monster Fish (National Geographic)My Girlfriend's BoyfriendSushi: The Global Catch

Leaving March 16

American Dreamz

Leaving March 23

Love MeThe Invincible Iron Man

Leaving March 25

All StarsPupThe Perfect Wedding

Leaving March 27


Leaving March 28

Erasing HateThe Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

Leaving March 29

6 GunsDetropiaI Melt With YouMega Shark vs. Mecha SharkThe Life and Crimes of Doris Payne

Titles Leaving Netflix UK in March:

Titles leaving the U.K. library include The First Wives Club – a classic comedy about three women who join together to get the ultimate revenge on their ex-husbands – starring Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton.

Leaving March 1

Big WordsCommunityCropseyDa JammiesDear Dumb DiaryDiary of a Mad Black WomanEvent HorizonFamily partyThe FirmThe First Wives Club

The General's DaughterHarlem NightsHarmontownHeather McDonald: I Don't Like to BragLife's a BreezeThe Lives of OthersLost RiverMommie DearestOne Rogue ReporterPope JoanPrimal FearThe Rugrats MovieRules of EngagementSabrinaThe Singing DetectiveWhy Did I Get Married?Wild CardYoung Adult

Leaving March 2

Green Street Hooligans 2

Leaving March 4

Chasing MadoffEntertainmentI Dream of WiresOtto the Rhino

Leaving March 6

Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist

Leaving March 9

Danger 5

Leaving March 10

The Elephant Princess

Leaving March 15

3rd Rock from the SunA Different WorldHarry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Leaving March 24

The Haunted Hathaways

From family favorites, like Angry Birds and Kung Fu Panda to romantic thrillers, like the unforgettable Nicholas Sparks' film Safe Haven, to classic romantic comedies like Claire Cook's Must Love Dog's, here's what's coming to Netflix in March.

Five Came Back

On Feb. 28, Netflix released the trailer for its new documentary series Five Came Back, adapted from Mark Harris' best-selling book, "Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War." The series will premier March 31.

"Five Came Back is a wholly immersive journey through film history and a sweeping look at the vital role storytellers play during our most tumultuous times. This rare vantage where we witness these titans of cinema forego their lucrative careers and embrace a new form of filmmaking, the documentary form, in the name of patriotism is absolutely breathtaking," Lisa Nishimura, Netflix VP of Original Documentary Programming said in a press release.

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