Sunday, January 31, 2016

Expired Titles: January 2016

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This page is now the archive for January 2016 expired titles, and the name of this page has been changed to reflect that.
This page will no longer be updated.


January 1
Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde (2013)

January 2
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1985)
The Believer (2001)

January 3
The Aristocats (1970)
Dumbo (1941)
The Fox and the Hound (1981)
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
James and the Giant Peach (1996)
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
One Magic Christmas (1985)
Pocahontas (1995)
The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
The Tigger Movie (2000)

January 4
Cashback (2006)
Flawless (2007)
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (2007)
Note for Gonzo: rottentomatoes.com doesn't have "Dr." in the title.
Ira & Abby (2006)
My Sucky Teen Romance (2011)
Shrooms (2007)
Years of Living Dangerously - 1 Season (2014)

January 5
The Assassin's Blade (2008)
The Grocer's Son (2007)

January 6
Beautiful Darling (2010)
Inescapable (2003)
Note for Inescapable: There are two movies with this title - check for correct year.
Tomboy (2011)

January 7
A Map for Love (2012)
Daawat-e-Ishq (2014)
Free Fall, aka Freier Fall (2013)
Guns, Girls and Gambling (2011)
Live Fire (2011)
The Lying Game - Season 2 (2013)
Skeleton, Inc. (2011)
Sky Soldier (2012)

January 8
An Officer and a Murderer (2012)
Homefront (2013)
Out of the Furnace (2013)
Screwed: The Movie, aka Screwed (2013)
Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie (2006)

January 9
7/7 One Day in London (2012)
Crime Secrets of. . . - Seasons 1-2 (2014)
Dead Famous DNA - 1 Season (2014)
Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World (2014)
Fighting on the Frontline - 1 Season (2011)
Frisky Business - 1 Season (2014)
Insane Fight Club (2014)
Judith Kerr: Hitler, the Tiger and Me (2013)
Sharks of the Mediterranean: A Vanishing Kingdom (2014)
The Truth About Webcam Girls (2014)
Walking Wounded: Return to the Frontline (2013)
WikiLeaks: War, Lies and Videotape (2011)
Woman's Lake, aka Frauensee (2012)

January 10
The Power of Few (2013)

January 12
13 Sins (2014)
Back to 1942 (2012)
Note: When searching rottentomatoes, use "Back to 194" (no 2)
The Order of Myths (2008)

January 13
Because there are so many titles for this day - with an almost even mix of movies and cable TV series - they have been separated into three categories. Hopefully, this will make it easier to find what most interests you.

January 13 - Theatrical Release Movies
Cafe de Flore (2011)
Desert Hearts (1985)
Note for Desert Hearts: rottentomatoes.com uses 1998 as year
Getting That Girl (2011)
Newcastle (2008)
Pastor Brown (2009)
Plus One, aka  +1 (2013)
Note for Plus One: Easier to find on other sites by doing search for director (Dennis Iliadis)
Run (2013)

Note for Run: There is also a 4-part mini-series with the same title and year. The poster to the left is for the movie that is expiring. The Director is Simone Bartesaghi, and the Netflix link is: http://www.netflix.com/title/70296757
Toad Road (2012)
The Waiting Room (2012)

January 13 - Lifetime (and Other) Television Movies
A Killer Among Us (2013)
Abducted: The Carlina White Story (2012)
Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy (2011)
An Amish Murder (2013)
And Baby Will Fall (2011)
The Bling Ring (2011)
Carnal Innocence (2011)
Christie's Revenge (2007) - Canadian TV Movie
Double Wedding (2010)
The Eleventh Victim (2012)
Fatal Honeymoon (2012)
Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret (2013)
Jodi Picoult's Salem Falls (2011)
The Killing Game (2011)
Liz & Dick (2012)
Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story (2011)
Matters of Life & Dating (2007)
The Murder of Princess Diana (2007)
The Pregnancy Project (2012)
Restless Virgins (2013)
Reviving Ophelia (2010)
Ring of Fire - June Carter Cash biopic (2013)
Note: There is also a 2-part movie on Netflix titled Ring of Fire (2012) that is a disaster-movie. It is not currently scheduled to expire. Both Ring of Fire titles are confusingly combined on Rotten Tomatoes, but the reviews are for the June Carter Cash movie. IMDb has them properly separate.
Secrets in the Walls (2010)
Secrets of Eden (2012)
She Made Them Do It (2013)
Stalkers (2013)
Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story (2011)
Twist of Faith (2013)
William and Kate (2011)

January 13 - Cable Network Television Documentary Series
Most of these have only 1 Season. Those with more are noted.
There are also a few single documentary programs.
America: The Story of Us (2010)
America Unearthed (2013)
American Pickers: Collection (2014)
American Restoration: Collection (2014)
America's Book of Secrets - 3 Seasons (2014)
Ancient Aliens: Collection (2014)
Ax Men (2011)
Bad Ink (2013)
Beyond Scared Straight! - 2 Seasons (2013)
The Bible Rules (2014)
Bible Secrets Revealed (2013)
Counting Cars: Collection (2015)
Dance Moms: Collection (2013)
Duck Dynasty: Collection (2015)
The First 48: Collection (2012)
Gangland: Collection (2010)
Gangsters: America's Most Evil - 2 Seasons (2013)
Gettysburg (2011) - Single Program
God, Guns & Automobiles (2013)
History's Mysteries: Secret Societies (2001) - Single Program
Hoarders: Collection (2012)
How the States Got Their Shapes - 2 Seasons (2012)
Intervention: Collection (2012)
The Kennedys (2011)
The Killer Speaks - 2 Seasons (2014)
Mankind: The Story of All of Us (2012)
The Men Who Built America (2012)
Modern Marvels: Collection (2012)
MonsterQuest - 2 Seasons (2010)
Mountain Men - 2 Seasons (2013)
Pawn Stars: Collection (2014)
Preachers' Daughters - 2 Seasons (2014)
Stan Lee's Superhumans - 2 Seasons (2011)
Storage Wars: Collection (2013)
Storage Wars: Texas (2011)
Swamp People: Collection (2014)
Top Shot: Collection (2013)
The Ultimate Guide to the Presidents (2012)
The Universe: Collection (2012)
Vietnam in HD (2011)
WWII from Space (2012) - Single Program
WWII in HD (2009)

January 14
17 Girls (2011)
Adventures of Bailey: Christmas Hero (2012)
An Idiot Abroad - Seasons 1-3 (2010-2012)
Animal ABC's (2011)
The Bubble (2006)
Death Race 3: Inferno (2013)
District 13 (2004)
District 13: Ultimatum (2009)
Monica & David (2009)
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior (2003)
Pawn's Move (2011)
Riley Rewind (2013)
Romeo Eleven (2011)
Satisfaction - 1 Season (2013)
The Seat Filler (2005)
Sooper Se Ooper (2013)
Sooper Se Ooper is not on Rotten Tomatoes
Unsealed: Conspiracy Files - 1 Season (2012)
Way of Life (2013)
Woman Thou Art Loosed (2004)
The World's Fastest Indian (2005)
Zombies: When the Dead Walk (2008)

January 15
Beverly Hills Cop (1984)
Braveheart (1995)
The Conversation (1974)
The Doors (1991)
Hot Rod (2007)
King Kong (1976)
Latham Entertainment Presents: An All New Comedy Experience (2003)
Mean Girls (2004)
P. Diddy Presents the Bad Boys of Comedy (2005)
Sunset Boulevard (1950)
Trekkies 2 (2004)
Van Wilder: Freshman Year (2009)
Varsity Blues (1999)
We Were Soldiers (2002)
Without a Paddle (2004)
Yours, Mine and Ours (2005)

January 16
The Good Doctor (2011)
Stolen Seas (2012)

January 17
Anjelah Johnson: That’s How We Do It (2009)
Morgan (2012)

January 19
Doctor Stranger - 1 Season (2014)
Fated to Love You - 1 Season (2014)
Nightfall, aka Dai zeoi bou (2012)
Note for Nightfall: Use aka for IMDb

January 20
Chariots of the Gods (1970)
Note for Chariots: rottentomatoes.com has 1977 for year
Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)
Garibaldi's Lovers (2012)
Judas Kiss (2011)
The Muslims Are Coming! (2012)
Undertow (2009)

January 21
The Giant Mechanical Man (2012)
My Way to Olympia (2013)

January 22
The Letter (2012)

January 24
The Milk of Sorrow (2009)

January 25
God's Gift - 14 Days - 1 Season (2014)

January 26
Cash Crop (2010)
Mardaani (2014)

January 27
Argento's Dracula, aka Dracula 3D (2012)
Note for Dracula: for rottentomatoes.com, use Dracula 3 (no D) to search; their year is 2013.
Dark Touch (2013)
Day of the Dead (1985)
Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)
Pageant (2008)
Question One (2012)
Revelation Road 2 (2013)

January 29
Buying Sex (2013)
Care Bears & Cousins - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
In a Town This Size (2011)
Inspector Gadget - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
King Julien - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
Nurses: If Florence Could See Us Now (2012)
Note: Nurses: If Florence. . .  is not on Rotten Tomatoes
Peabody & Sherman - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
Puffin Rock - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
Soldiers of Paint (2013)
Wagner & Me (2010)

January 30
Broken (2012)

Note for Broken: There is another movie with the same title, but the year is 2013. The poster to the left is for the movie that is expiring. The Director is Rufus Norris, and the Netflix link is: http://www.netflix.com/title/70243239
Coffee Prince - 1 Season (2007)
Hush, aka Ja saapuu oikea yo (2012)
Note for Hush: There is more info at IMDb than on Rotten Tomatoes.
Key of Life (2012)
Project Mc2 - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)
The Reluctant Dragon (1941)

January 31
A Christmas Wedding (2013)
A Life Less Ordinary (1997)
Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (1999)
Assassins (1995)
Asylum (2005)
Note for Asylum: There is another film with the same title, but a different year.
Bad Santa (2003)
Benny and Joon (1993)
Big Fish (2003)
Billy & Buddy (2013)
Blue Crush (2002)
Bodyguard, aka Kaavalan (2011)
Cane Toads: The Conquest (2010)
Classic Doctor Who - 18 Collections (1989)
Coming Home for Christmas (2013)
Crocodile Dundee 2 (1988)
The Dancer Upstairs (2002)
Daylight (1996)
The Devil's Advocate (1997)
Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)
Doctor Who - 8 Seasons (2006-2014)
The Firm (1993)
Fletch (1985)
F**k for Forest (2012)
Note: The title must be entered exactly as above (2 asterisks) to find in Netflix. The actual word needs to be spelled out to find in Rotten Tomatoes. You all know what it is.
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story (2009)
Gothika (2003)
The Heart of Christmas (2011)
Horrid Henry - 1 Series (2006)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
Justice League - Seasons 1-2 (2001-2003)     Renewed
Justice League Unlimited - Seasons 1-2 (2004-2005)     Renewed
Kurt & Courtney (1998)
Life Stories - 1 Season (2014)
Lucky (2011)
Note for Lucky: There is another movie with the same title and the same year. The poster to the left is for the movie that is expiring. The Director is Gil Cates, Jr., and the Netflix link is: http://www.netflix.com/title/70155803
Also, the photos for both Lucky movies are mixed on the rottentomatoes.com page for the expiring title, but the info is all for the expiring movie. The other Lucky movie has its own RT page.

Man on Wire (2008)
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)
The Naked Gun (1988)
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994)
The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)
Quest for Fire (1981)
Radio Rebel (2012)
Rain Man (1988)
Ray (2004)
Roaring with Pride - 1 Season (2014)
RWBY - 1 Season (2014)
Saturday Night Fever (1977)
Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Incorporated - Seasons 1-2 (2010-2012)     Renewed
Secrets and Lies - 1 Season (2014)
Shaun Ryder on UFOs - 1 Season (2013)
Sorority Row (2009)
Spike (2008)
Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990)
The Terminator (1984)
Terms of Endearment (1983)
Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film (2012)
Top Gun (1986)
The Travel Bug - 2 Seasons (2011)
The Verdict (1982)
War, aka Rogue Assassin (2007)
World's Wildest City - 1 Season (2014)
Young Justice - 1 Season (2010)     Renewed


Please submit all Comments to the Current Expiring Titles post (click on Home, just below the Blog Title).
Thank you.

70 comments:

  1. Also added to the list this morning:

    1/14/16
    Woman Thou Art Loosed (2004)

    1/20/16
    Chariots of the Gods (1970)

    Chariots of the Gods is also an Oscar nominee - for Best Documentary. That was the only category I didn't check before (of course). So now I have checked all the Oscar nominated Docs (except The Farm: Life in Angola Prison, because I couldn't find it on the DVD side), and Chariots was the only one expiring. So everything still in black on our Best Pictures Oscars page looks to be safe, at least through January 20.

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    1. WOW, "Chariots of the Gods" was nominated for an Oscar?? Erich von Däniken, on whose book that was based, is a notorious fraud and crackpot, look him up on Wikipedia. Thanks for that alarming factoid Carol!

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    2. I know, right? My only guess is that it was because the Academy voters are filmmakers rather than scientists or historians, and Hollywood isn't generally known for doing its homework. :p

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  2. I sincerely hope for renewal and I think they have been before but...

    Doctor Who 1/31
    Classic Doctor Who 1/31

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    1. Yeah, NF seems to have a habit of letting Doctor Who get down to the wire before they renew the contract. I could swear they've done this at least twice before.

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  3. The Travel Bug 1/31
    Secrets and Lies (UK) 1/31

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    1. my bad....it was the Aussie version not the UK version of Secrets and Lies

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    2. Secrets and Lies is also streaming on Amazon Prime, which does not (yet) show an expiration date.

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  4. There are rumors that Netflix will begin streaming in the near future in India and Russia. I am confident that Man on Wire and Rain Man will be replaced by equally excellent content from those two countries. Plus I look forward to watching that great Russian TV series, Dr. Whosky.

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    1. Ha Ha Ha - you're a wag, Wellesley72.

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    2. wow I cannot believe ray is leaving already. it just got here in December. luckily I watched it already.

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  5. Meg said .... Carol, thank you so much for splitting the larger listings of expiring titles by theatrical release, tv or series, tv movies. That is so helpful. All your efforts makes for a very useful blog.

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    1. Thanks, Meg. I really appreciate the feedback when something works (or doesn't) for you. That particular idea was actually sent to me by another follower. It takes a village. ; - )

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  6. They added a new feature on the Netflix phone app where it now gives a little pop-up saying that the movie/show you're watching will expire on x date. The pop-up only comes up for movies/shows that Netflix shows are expiring on their site, but still a nice little feature.

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    1. When does the pop-up show up? When you are watching the movie?

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    2. When you start playing it, it pops up then.

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  7. Are all expiring titles being posted in the comments? Because today I saw 'The Doors' and 'Varsity Blues' as expiring in my list, and they're in the list here, but I'd never noticed them in the comments.

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    1. Hi Anonymous, yes, all titles are posted in comments. As I'm sure you've noticed, I often post my comment AFTER adding titles to the list. This happens because I find the titles late in the day (often after midnight). I double-checked in my email folder of all comments, and I did post the two titles you're asking about. There are a couple of reasons you might not have noticed them:
      > They were posted on Christmas morning, when people often have a lot going on.
      > There were 19 titles on 9 different days in the comment, so it would have been easy to overlook a couple.

      My practice is to leave titles-only comments up for at least 4 days. After that, I delete them so the scroll to the bottom doesn't get too long.

      I'm sorry this happened, but glad you caught them now.

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  8. Mardaani and Broken show up as expiring on Instant Watch Browser for Netflix on my Roku because they are in My Queue. Oddly, no movies or TV programs show up as expiring under Expiring Soon: Movies or Expiring Soon: TV.

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  9. Any word on a Doctor Who and/or Classic Doctor Who renewal? Netflix is still showing 2/1 [1/31 to us] expiration dates.

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    1. I've been keeping my eyes open, but haven't seen anything. I could use an unconvincing, but adamant article from exstreamist about now. ;-)

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    2. Okay, I went out and looked around a bit. Found a comforting, though certainly not absolute bit of info at the Doctor Who sub-Reddit site. Here's the link: (Link will take you out of this blog.)

      Doctor Who Sub-Reddit Site

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    3. Speaking of Exstreamist, here's an article telling us not to worry about the good Doctor.

      http://exstreamist.com/is-netflix-removing-doctor-who-dont-start-worrying-yet/

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    4. Thanks, Brian. Sounds like we can breathe easier, now. I'll be checking regularly for the "Available until" note to disappear.

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  10. Thank you Carol. I am not surprised there is nothing about Doctor Who. All Netflix news is about Making a Murder this and the renewal of the dread Jessica Jones. If Doctor Who expires then the only place that will have it exclusive is Hulu.

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  11. There are a number of TV series, many of which are owned or produced by CBS, which expire on Amazon Prime on February 14. See whatsonprime.blogspot.com under the comments in the heading "Expiring Soon". Some of these titles are also showing on Netflix, although I haven't seen anything (yet) indicating the titles may also expire from Netflix. Since so many of the titles are from CBS, Amazon may be in discussions with CBS to renew expiring licenses, or the titles may be so old that Amazon isn't interested in keeping them, or CBS may be transferring some of these titles to its own streaming service, CBSAllAccess or to Hulu. I would prefer Doctor Who to any or all of these titles, with the possible exceptions of Twin Peaks and The Twilight Zone, both of which are streaming on Netflix with (as yet) no expiration date.

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  12. Last day 1/29:
    Wagner & Me 2010 NR Netflix Average of 22725 ratings: 3.8 stars (Actor and writer Stephen Fry explores a personal paradox: he's Jewish, but adores the music of Richard Wagner, Hitler's favorite composer. Fry meets Wagner's descendants, plays his piano and visits key places in Wagner's life in a quest for answers.)

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    1. Film sounds interesting. I thought Fry was atheist?

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    2. Fry is ethnically, not religiously, Jewish. This distinction did not matter to the Nazis.

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  13. For those of you who read What's on Netflix (whatsonnetflix.com), there is an inaccurate article posted on their web site stating that Variety, a Hollywood trade publication, has reported that Doctor Who, Classic Doctor Who and certain other BBC titles are being renewed as of February 1. Unfortunately, the Variety article is from January 2015, when these BBC shows were last up for renewal, not 2016! The article mentions several shows expiring on February 1, such as Red Dwarf and MI-5, which actually expired on February 1, 2015. They also mention other shows as being renewed, such as Luther and The Office, which have never shown a. 2016 expiration date.

    Just as I started to think I would not have to watch 8 series of Doctor Who by January 1, my hopes have been dashed by shoddy reporting! AARGH!

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  14. The correct reference to What's on Netflix is www.whats-on-netflix.com. I have sent them a message saying I believe they have their facts wrong. Will let you know if I get a response.

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  15. The post on What's on Netflix about the renewal of Doctor Who has been taken down. Here's hoping that Extreamist comes through again.

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  16. Good work, Wellesley72. Thanks for keeping us clued in. My faith in exstreamist.com is much stronger since the West Wing issue, so I'm feeling pretty good about Doctor Who remaining on Netflix.

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  17. are there any more movies expiring on the 31st if not I would be so happy. it seems like if there more they should have been announced by now.

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    1. It's still possible for more notices to pop-up on the 25th (26th?). NF posts most of the notices on the site only a week in advance.

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  18. Still nothing on Doctor Who unless all you want to hear about is Chelsea Handler and what to watch with the Blizzard. That makes no sense since many people will lose power and "hello" Internet service so it is kind of mute.

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  19. Already three Pokemon series are going away. I stopped watching the original Pokemon because I know it will expire soon too.

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    1. no I think it is only black and white and a few movies. the original pokemon should not be going away as far as I know.

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    2. Tony - I believe Seth is right. We almost always get a month's notice when a TV series is scheduled to expire. There has been no notice for the original Pokemon, so you have at least a month to watch as much as you want. Hopefully, it will be on even longer.

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  20. Just added to the list (a bit after 6:00 a.m.), from uNoGS:

    1/30
    Project Mc2 - New Year's Eve Countdown (2015)

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  21. Those new years eve countdowns are just around for kids to celebrate the new year. Really a waste. I watched a few and they are not great. I rather them make more episodes of those shows instead especially Project Mc2 still only has three episodes.

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  22. So much for a routine renewal...I can't believe Netflix would have included Dr. Who if it expected to keep it.

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  23. Yea I am not pleased with Doctor Who. If Netflix drops it which looks likely then the only place I will be able to watch it is Hulu.

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    1. Forgot to say can't edit yea we have new originals Fuller House and Love :( to look forward to next month. BTW I am being sarcastic.

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    2. Doctor Who will not be available on Hulu after 1/31/2016.
      This sucks. I guess I will be buying the series on disc. I just have to look for a really good deal as it is expensive.

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  24. Extremist has updated its earlier article to state that Dr. Who will be expiring after 1/31 and there appear to be boo plans to renew it. If it is also expiring from Hulu, maybe there is a bidding war for exclusivity although the BBC has generally kept away from that. I believe that Amazon wanted exclusivity several years ago but the BBC wouldn't give it. As a result, there are very few BBC titles on Amazon other than Orphan Black, The Hours (which is losing Season 1 and content to which PBS holds the streaming rights.

    I was at my local library yesterday and saw that they have Series 1-8 on DVD. Tony, you might check to see if your library has the series.

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    1. There's talk on Facebook that the BBC is starting their own streaming service. That might be why Doctor Who is expiring everywhere.

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    2. I am sick of these new streaming services. Pretty soon every network is going to have there own streaming service with "exclusive" content that after you add up the cost of all the subscriptions you will be paying as much as having cable TV.

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    3. Netflix confirmed on Facebook that Doctor Who is definitely leaving streaming after this month.

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    4. Jordan, thanks for letting us know this. It's terrible news, but it's good to finally have a definite answer. We've got five days to enjoy as much as we can.

      Wellesley72, thanks for reminding us all about the wonderful resource of our local libraries. My guess is that most, if not all, will have Doctor Who.

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    1. So I guess, "no Who" = Boo Who? 'Cause that's certainly how I feel. :-(

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    1. The expiring movie Hush (2012) is listed on Rotten Tomatoes under the original Finnish title "Ja saapuu oikea yo". I had to Google the title to find it since there are no reviews: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/ja_saapuu_oikea_yo/reviews/

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    2. Thanks, Jordan - good detective work. I still didn't see any info on RT. IMDb has a little more, including one user review:
      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2077772/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_4

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  27. 2/24
    A Word from Warm Heart - 1 Season (2014)

    Also, I'm no longer seeing an "Available until" notice for:
    The Pyramid Code (2009) - 5 Episodes, on the list above as a last-day-to-watch of Feb. 6. I'm going to mark it as Renewed.

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    1. Dear Netflix, The Pyramid Code does not make up for Doctor Who.

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  28. There does not appear to be the kind of outrage that manifested itself last January when Doctor Who and a lot of other BBC content were set to expire. Maybe we have all become more fatalistic about the content on Netflix which I believe (despite its originals) has really gone downhill in the last six months, particularly in the movie department. Where are all the great new movies that were going to replace the Epix catalogue.

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    1. I have copied the above comment to the Discussions page, so readers can express their opinions and thoughts about Netflix content and/or the Doctor Who departure. Here is the link to that page: Discussions & Ideas

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    2. sin city, charlies angels, Armageddon and Scooby doo 1 and 2 these are decent movies that I been wanting to watch but never got around to.

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    3. For anyone who might not know, the movies Seth lists are all coming to Netflix on Feb. 1.

      Seth, I have copied this comment to the Discussions page, so it will be with other comments about the quality of content on Netflix.

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  29. Another addition, with my apologies:

    2/1
    Pokemon: Indigo League - Season 2 (2000)

    I previously said that Indigo League looked safe for at least another month, but Netflix did one of their sneaky things, where they don't give the usual month's notice if not all seasons are expiring. Their press release indicates Season 2 of Indigo League will be gone after Feb. 1st. Season 1 should still be streaming.

    I'm sorry for this misunderstanding, and for giving what has turned out to be incorrect information. There is some good news for Pokemon fans: Pokemon XY Season 1 and the 2014 movie, Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction will be coming to Netflix on Feb. 1.

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  30. Expiring on Crackle (yes I actually do watch that service on occasion despite the many commercials)
    Why We fight (2005) a film examining the Military Industrial Complex and the Iraq war
    Expiration date is listed as 2/1, but I don't know if they mean 1/31 like Netflix or really mean 2/1.

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    1. Thanks, Achernar. I think it's like Netflix. When I hover my cursor over the movie, the description says "3 Days Left," which would be today, tomorrow, and Sunday, the 31st.

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  31. Added to the list this morning:

    2/21
    [REC]3: Genesis (2012)

    2/24
    The Haunting of Whaley House (2012)

    Also, the 3 Justice League shows and Scooby-Doo!: Mystery Incorporated have been renewed, yet again (were scheduled to expire after 1/31).

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  32. 2/17
    The Four-Faced Liar (2010)

    2/21
    A Warrior's Heart (2011)

    2/23
    Blue Ruin (2013)

    2/24
    Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
    The Fish Child (2009)
    Test (2013)

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  33. 2/14
    The Mystery of Spoon River (2000)

    2/17
    Random Acts of Violence (2013)

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