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Netflix Dropping 38 Titles In September

If you’re a Netflix subscriber, take note that the home video service next month will drop 38 TV shows and movies from its streaming lineup, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

In fact, Netflix will delete 18 titles tomorrow so today is your last chance to watch them. At least for now.

The titles leaving Netflix in September include seasons one through five of Tim Allen’s ABC comedy, Last Man Standing; seasons one through 10 of CBS’ CSI:Miami, seasons one and two of FX’s comedy, Wilfred, and seasons one through seven of Lifetime’s Army Wives (pictured above).

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Here is the complete list of titles leaving Netflix in September:

Leaving September 1
Better Off Ted: Season 2
Do Not Disturb
Frailty
Hope Floats
Jackass: The Movie

Julia
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: King of Shadows
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Way of the Ninja
RV
The Batman: Season 1-5

The Deep End: Season 1
The Omen
Wilfred: Season 1-2
Something’s Gotta Give
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Tears of the Sun
Scream
A Nightmare on Elm Street

Leaving September 3

Drumline: A New Beat

Leaving September 4

The A-List

Leaving September 5

Lilo & Stitch
The Emperor’s New Groove

Leaving September 9

Teen Beach 2

Leaving September 10

Army Wives: Season 1-7

Leaving September 11

Terra Nova: Season 1

Leaving September 15

Katt Williams: Kattpacalypse

Leaving September 16

Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie
One Day

Leaving September 19

Persons Unknown: Season 1

Leaving September 20

Bombay Velvet
Finding Fanny
Raising Hope: Season 1

Leaving September 22

Philomena

Leaving September 24

Déjà Vu

Leaving September 26

A Gifted Man: Season 1
Sons of Tucson: Season 1
CSI: Miami: Season 1-10

Leaving September 30

Last Man Standing: Season 1-5

— Phillip Swann

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