Come July, Netflix Is Giving These Shows And Movies The Boot

Another month means another bundle of content is getting the boot from Netflix’s streaming platform. In July 2020, subscribers are going to see a lot of Warner Bros. movies removed from the service, making their way to their new home on HBO Max.

But it’s not just the Matrix Trilogy that’s going to disappear from the catalog. Every season of the hit sitcom Cheers is also saying goodbye to Netflix. Pretty much what we’re saying is get your binge-watching started before June comes to a close!

Nothing says “college kid in need of some quick cash” quite like the character of Ben Campbell in the 2008 film 21. Ben is a brilliant mathematician studying at MIT, but when he realizes he doesn’t have enough money to pay his tuition, he turns to illegal measures.


Yup, Ben thinks counting cards is a good way to pay his way through college. But, hey, who are we to judge. We’re only going to judge you if you don’t watch this drama unfold before Netflix takes it down in July.

Get ready for drama, rivalry, and a whole lot of dance numbers. Center Stage is something you’re not going to want to miss out on watching. Following the story of Jody Sawyer, a ballerina with a boatload of talent but the “wrong body,” the film is one of triumph and believing in yourself.

Oh, and did we mention that the costume Jody wears in the end dance number is on point? If you love dancing and a good underdog, then you’re going to want to watch this film before Netflix takes it down in July.

It’s time to say goodbye to Sam Malone, Diane Chambers, Rebecca Howe, and the rest of the regulars who frequent the Boston bar Cheers because all 11 seasons of Cheers are being taken off Netflix in July.

Before the popular sitcom leaves the streaming platform, you’re going to want to binge-watch all of the banter, sarcasm, and will-they won’t-they situations the show is known for. Trust us; this is one sitcom you’re going to love.

It’s time to turn back time and visit California during the 1840s with The Mask of Zorro. Starring Antonio Banderas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Anthony Hopkins, the film follows the legend of Zorro, a masked bandit who takes care of the people.

Long story short, he’s a Spanish Robin Hood with a mask. The movie is full of action, adventure, and comical one-liners. Plus, you get to watch a young Banderas take on bad guys, so what’s not to like?

Once again, the three Matrix films are getting the boot. This time, they’re moving off Netflix to their new home on HBO Max. So, if you have the other service, you shouldn’t be too worried about missing a chance to see these films one last time.

If you don’t know, the trilogy follows the adventures of Neo, a man who finds out the truth about the computer-run world he lives in. There’s also a lot of slow-mo action scenes and a Mr. Smith who likes duplicating.