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Let the binge watch begin! These 5 shows are leaving Netflix this October

If you have been long postponing watching these shows, it's time to catch them ASAP as they are set to disappear from the streaming network next month

Ujjainee Roy @UjjaineeRoy 24 September 2016, 2:30 PM
The iconic movie Erin Brockovich is also leaving Netflix next month

The iconic movie Erin Brockovich is also leaving Netflix next month Image: Facebook

If you are a Netflix lover, you know that not all shows or films stay on the streaming network forever. Yeah, like life, all good things come to an end on Netflix, too.

So, the idea is to grab it while it lasts.

Here's a list of the most important shows, which are leaving Netflix this October. Take note and let the marathon commence.

Back to the Future trilogy: Alert, time-travel nerds! Your favourite (and perhaps the only) Michael J Fox starrer smash-hit series is going away the next month. The three movies Back to the Future 1,2 and 3 were a long-time fixture on Netflix. So, if you haven't caught them yet, or want to rewind again, hurry up and make time for the future.

Erin Brockovich: Do we need to say it? You've probably watched it on Netflix zillion times already. But this kick-ass Julia Roberts' flick isn't gonna be around there forever. Go watch it again, because this film doesn't age. Neither does Roberts, so...

Psych (season 1-8): You may not admit it, but we know you loved James Roday's funky fake psychic on this American comedy show. All the eight seasons of this hit show has been on Netflix a while, but it's leaving in October. So, if you haven't binge-watched it yet, with some burger and fries, you need to ASAP.

Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Season 2: The show based on the Marvel comics was warmly received by the viewers. It has not been on Netflix for long, but the show is soon to be removed. So catch your favourite superheroes in action, 'cause they are not going to be here long.

The Truman Show: The1998 dramatic-satire, starring Jim Carrey was a massive hit. Netflix has loyally featured the comedy for a long time. But this film too is on its way out. So, be sure to catch Carrey once again.

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