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What’s Expiring From Netflix: July 2016

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by Matt Singer 7 days ago
Warner Bros.
The sad flip side of every month’s new Netflix releases is this post, which is the list of stuff expiring on Netflix next month. On July 1 some big catalog titles vanish from the streaming service, including Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange, and the first seven Star Trek movies. If you’re looking to pre-game Beyond with a marathon re-watch, you’ve only got about 9 days to do that.

New Netflix Instant Releases: July 2016

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by Matt Singer 7 days ago
Paramount
All right, Netflixers, here it is: The list of new titles coming to the streaming service this month. As far as acquisitions go, the headliner is easily The Big Short, Adam McKay’s bitterly funny comedy about the 2008 economic collapse. There’s also the recent and critically acclaimed horror movie The Invitation, billed as a “Netflix Exclusive.” (Whatever you want to call it, our own Britt Hayes was a big fan.) There are also 19 different Netflix originals (19!!!!) this month, including the return of BoJack Horseman, my favorite show that I’ve barely watched because I have a baby and BoJack Horseman is not a show you watch in front of a baby unless you want to scar her for life.

New HBO NOW Releases: June 2016

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by Britt Hayes May 19, 2016 @ 8:18 PM
20th Century Fox
Game of Thrones Season 6 comes to an end in June (so soon!), but luckily HBO NOW has plenty of viewing options to help keep you occupied during your annual mourning period. Next month brings the premiere of HBO’s new weekly series Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons, hosted by the renowned sports analyst, author and ESPN vet. Cinephiles, meanwhile, will be thrilled to see the addition of Ridley Scott’s The Martian and (maybe) David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars. But more importantly, the epic Problem Child trilogy is coming to HBO NOW in June, giving you a chance to engage in a fierce familial debate over the finer points of Junior’s schemes — surely a more contentious topic than the resurrection of Jon Snow.

What’s Expiring From Netflix: May 2016

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by ScreenCrush Staff April 22, 2016 @ 2:56 PM
Warner Bros.
The best part of each new month is the stuff that gets added to Netflix. The worst part of each new month is the stuff that gets taken from Netflix. And this month’s list of expiring titles is actually pretty extensive; there’s a Ridley Scott double bill (Black Hawk Down and the theatrical cut of Blade Runner), Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (Bogus!), the terrific Polish drama Ida, and the surreal horror flick Escape From Tomorrow, which was shot on the grounds of Walt Disney World without the company’s permission.

New Netflix Instant Releases: May 2016

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by ScreenCrush Staff April 22, 2016 @ 2:31 PM
Netflix
The short version: There’s lots of new stuff coming to Netflix this May, including the returns of Netflix Originals Bloodline and Grace and Frankie. The second Adam Sandler Netflix movie arrives (that’s The Do-Over, with David Spade), and on the not-made-by-Netflix side of things you’ve got the recent movie version of Goosebumps with Jack Black (which was actually pretty great), Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief, and the powerful satire Pleasantville.

New HBO NOW Releases: May 2016

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by Matt Singer April 19, 2016 @ 12:55 PM
Warner Bros.
Most subscribers will still be focused on Game of Thrones, but for those who don’t spend every waking second thinking about Westeros, May’s offerings on HBO NOW include some high quality moviefilms. Noah Baumbach fans should make sure they catch Mistress America starring Greta Gerwig, and Wachowskis partisans can watch their bonkers sci-fi movie Jupiter Ascending. Plus, masochists of all shapes and sizes can watch the disastrous Fantastic Four reboot. There’s literally something for everyone!