We’re nearly at the end of summer now, but heading into the hottest part of the year for a lot of places. And you know what that means. It means you’re either headed to the pool or the beach. And if you’re not doing either of those things, you might as well be on Netflix looking for the next best thing to watch.

But as we all know, Netflix doesn’t keep shows forever. How boring would that be? It’s always exciting to find something new to love on this streaming giant. Unfortunately, out with the old and in with the new applies every month at Netflix.

So, you have to know what to binge before it’s gone.

Leaving Netflix in August 2019

Like we said, every month there’s a new crop of shows and movies leaving Netflix, and this month is no different. Catch these before they’re gone.

August 1

A Cinderella Story
A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song
Another Cinderella Story
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
Chuggington (Season 1-5)
Death in Paradise (Season 1-7)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Good Will Hunting
Gosford Park
Hairspray (1988)
Hairspray (2007)
Hot Fuzz
Just Friends
Legion
Poltergeist
Scarface
Secretariat
The Butterfly Effect
The Butterfly Effect 2
The Da Vinci Code
The Fifth Element
The Final Destination
The Hurt Locker
The Master
The Village
W.
World War II in Colour
World War Two: 1941 and the Man of Steel (Season 1)
Zombieland

August 2

The Founder

August 5

Mothers and Daughters
Slow TV (Collection)

August 6

Love, Rosie
Zodiac

August 8

The Emoji Movie

August 11

No Country for Old Men

August 14

The Royals (Season 1)

August 15

World War Two: 1942 and Hitler’s Soft Underbelly (Season 1)

August 16

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

August 20

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

August 21

Beautiful Creatures

August 28

Wind River

August 30

Burnt

August 31

Straw Dogs

Exciting Titles Coming in August

But of course, we don’t want to dwell upon the past. What’s gone is gone (for now). So, while you may be saying goodbye to some of your favorites, you’ll also be saying hello to some new friends.

Get your calendar out and plan your month because here’s what you have to look forward to in Netflix-land.

My personal recommendation. Watch or re-watch the Rocky movies on the 1st. Classic.

August 1

Are We Done Yet?
Boyka: Undisputed
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Groundhog Day
Horns
Jackie Brown
Jupiter Ascending
Now and Then
Panic Room

And who could forget Rocky? If you’re too young to have watched this 1976 film when it came out, it’s time to step into the ring. Here’s where it all began. See Sly in action, as Rocky:

Rocky II
Rocky III
Rocky IV
Rocky V
Sex and the City: The Movie
Something’s Gotta Give
The Bank Job
The House Bunny
The Sinner: Julian
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
Why Do Fools Fall in Love

August 2

Ask the StoryBots (Season 3) Netflix Family
Basketball or Nothing Netflix Original

If you’ve watched the first two seasons of Dear White People, you can’t miss Season 3. It’s all new new new! See what all the buzz is about surrounding Dear White People, which just happens to be a Netflix Original:

Derry Girls (Season 2) Netflix Original

Otherhood Netflix Film
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Season 3) Netflix Family

August 4

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Volume 4) Netflix Original

August 5

Enter the Anime Netflix Original
No Good Nick (Part 2) Netflix Family

August 6

Screwball
Sebastian Maniscalco: Why Would You Do That

August 8

Dollar Netflix Original
Jane The Virgin (Season 5)
Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer
The Naked Director Netflix Original
Wu Assassins Netflix Original

August 9

Cable Girls (Season 4) Netflix Original
The Family Netflix Original
GLOW (Season 3) Netflix Original
The InBESTigators Netflix Family

We’ve followed Liv through Seasons 1 through 4 in her adventures as a zombie living the human life. See what she’s up to in Season 5 of iZombie.

Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling Netflix Family
Sintonia Netflix Original
Spirit Riding Free: Pony Tales Netflix Family

August 13

Knightfall (Season 2)
Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready Netflix Original

August 14

The 100 (Season 6)

August 15

Cannon Busters Netflix Anime

August 16

45 rpm Netflix Original
Apache: La vida de Carlos Tevez Netflix Original
Better Than Us Netflix Original
Diagnosis Netflix Original
Frontera Verde Netflix Original
Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus Netflix Family
The Little Switzerland Netflix Film

Get in the mind of a killer with MINDHUNTER Season 2, a Netflix Original:

QB1: Beyond the Lights (Season 3) Netflix Original
Selfless
Sextuplets Netflix Film
Super Monsters Back to School Netflix Family
Victim Number 8 Netflix Original

August 17

No, not the series, it’s the movie where we met The Punisher on the screen. Deadset on a vendetta, he won’t stop until they’re all gone. Check it out:

August 20

Gangs of New York
Simon Amstell: Set Free Netflix Original

August 21

American Factory Netflix Original
Hyperdrive Netflix Original

August 22

Love Alarm Netflix Original

August 23

El Pepe: Una vida suprema Netflix Original
HERO MASK: Part II Netflix Anime
Rust Valley Restorers Netflix Original

August 27

Million Pound Menu (Season 2) Netflix Original
Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (Season 7) Netflix Family

August 29

Falling Inn Love Netflix Film
Kardec Netflix Film
Workin’ Moms (Season 3) Netflix Original

August 30

The A List Netflix Original
CAROLE & TUESDAY Netflix Anime

A new Netflix Original, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, looks interesting! This animated series follows Gelflings as they return to their world to find it taken over. They must fight to regain control. Watch:

Droppin’ Cash (Season 2) Netflix Original
La Grande Classe Netflix Film
Mighty Little Bheem (Season 2) Netflix Family
Styling Hollywood Netflix Original
True and the Rainbow Kingdom: Wild Wild Yetis Netflix Family
Un bandido honrado Netflix Original

August 31

Luo Bao Bei (Season 1)

As always, Netflix has given us all a lot to choose from to fill our movie and show calendar. So, whatever you decide to watch, be sure to keep an eye on those dates. That way you won’t miss a thing.

Which show or movie are you looking most forward to coming to Netflix? Which one are you saddest to see go? Tell us in the comments!