NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — More than 60 titles will be leaving Netflix’s streaming service on Jan. 1, replaced by, among other content, a whole lot of Joey, Chandler, Monica, Ross and Rachel.
That’s right — all 236 episodes of “Friends” will be available on Netflix come Jan. 1. That should be enough to keep viewers busy until Season 3 of “House of Cards” premieres on Feb. 27.
Also, many millennials have long awaited the streaming debut of Tina Fey’s coming-of-age classic “Mean Girls.” It, too will be available on New Year’s Day, which is great, because that DVD you bought in 2005 is probably scratched by now.
The streaming service typically rotates out a handful of titles every six months or so to keep its stock of titles fresh.
Here’s the list of films and television shows that will no longer be instantly viewable on Netflix as of Jan. 1:
“The Mighty Ducks”
“D3: The Mighty Ducks”
“Transformers”: Seasons 1 through 4 of the original animated series
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
“The Chronicles of Riddick”
“Journey to the Center of the Earth”
“The Breakfast Club”
“12 Angry Men”
“A Mighty Heart”
“Turner and Hooch”
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