Netflix has a big inventory of movies and shows, but legal reasons prevent the streaming giant from keeping them together. So, there are movies and shows, which will be leaving Netflix in December 2021.
We know you are struggling to cope with the existing backlog, and your watch list might have other shows or movies you want to get to. However, these movies and shows are leaving Netflix in December 2021 and should be completed on a priority basis.
The Last Airbender
M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender is a live-action adaptation of the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. The film follows the first season of the animated series and had a massive budget of $150 million.
If you want to get a glimpse of what the live-action series could look like can, then watch this 2010 film. However, hope that the live-action series doesn’t follow in the footsteps of this film.
The Theory of Everything
An inspiring tale of the late scientist Stephen Hawking also features on the list. The film, based on the novel by Jane Hawking, follows Stephen’s student life and the aftereffects of motor neuron disease. Eddie Redmayne has portrayed the scientist to perfection for which he received an Oscar.
Fans will miss the evergreen romance between Kate Winslet and Leonardo Di Caprio as Rose and Jack, respectively. The film about the tragic end of a couple onboard an even more tragic ship has become iconic. Even if you know the dialogues of the movie by heart, watch this iconic movie one last time just to cry out your hearts.
The David Fincher movie based on the infamous Zodiac killer will no longer be available to them. Fans of the true-crime genre will hate it when they find out about this terrible news, as fans consider it a gem of the genre.
However, there are plenty of thrillers like Zodiac on Netflix, which fans can enjoy. Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., and Mark Ruffalo, star in the movie, making it a must-watch for viewers.
Halt and Catch Fire
The last mention on this list is that of a period drama series. The series takes you through the competitive period of 1980s when computers were just being invented. At this time, a trio of friends tries their skill by competing against big companies like IBM to make a computer. The 4 season series premiered in 2014.
Let us know in the comments which movies and shows you will miss the most.