Netflix: 15 Best Movies And TV Shows To Watch Before They Leave In February

Meg Griffin after prison in Family Guy

A new month always means a new Netflix catalog; or at least, a slightly different one. This February, we bid a fond farewell to several movies you may not have seen yet, a couple that you definitely have, some phenomenal classic films, and (gasp) the glory that is Family Guy. While this isn’t a total carnage of major losses for most fans, there are definitely a few movies and series leaving Netflix this month that we will really, really miss.

From the ever-gorgeous Audrey Hepburn to Tim Burton’s beautiful world, to some more rough and ready offerings, here are some of the best offerings leaving Netflix in February, so watch ‘em while you can.

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15. Corpse Bride

Tim Burton's Corpse Bride

This 2005 stop-motion animation from the twisted mind of Tim Burton will be leaving Netflix on the 1st - breaking the hearts of any fan who was planning on streaming it for a gothic Valentine’s Day celebration. About a young woman who was murdered by her suitor, and the young man who accidentally marries her and follows her into the underworld, this is spookily charming and will definitely be missed come Halloween.

 Leaving: Feb 1st

14. Family Guy

Family Guy Griffins Watching TV

The Griffin family are headed off Netflix this month as well, breaking the hearts of anyone who loves to watch this ridiculous and very adult animated series. In the same vein as The Simpsons (there’s even a crossover episode), Family Guy follows the boorish man of the house and his long-suffering and much hotter wife as they try and raise a family in small-town America. Foul-mouthed, violent and hilarious, Family Guy was the perfect late-night binge.

Leaving: Feb 14th

13. The Nightmare Before Christmas

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The Corpse Bride isn’t the only Tim Burton animation to be leaving Netflix in February; The Nightmare Before Christmas is also on its way out. This fan-favorite is sure to be missed both in October and December, becuase it works as a Halloween movie and a Christmas movie. We'll miss seeing Jack Skellington discover Christmas… and try to take it over, with disastrous results.

Leaving: Feb 1st

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12. Burn Notice

Burn Notice Michael

Burn Notice isn’t leaving Netflix until the middle of the month, so anyone mid-way through a binge of the series might want to start devoting a little extra time to finishing it up… and finding out exactly what happens to ‘burned’ spy Michael Westin, as he attempts to find other ways to put his special ops training to good use now that he can no longer work for the US government.

Leaving: Feb 15th

11. How To Steal A Million

Audrey Hepburn How To Steal A Million

A must-watch for fans of classic cinema, How To Steal A Million stars the incomparable Audrey Hepburn as Nicole, a beautiful young woman who must steal from a museum to cover up her father’s art forgeries. With Peter O’Toole as her romantic lead, How To Steal A Million is the ultimate in classic heist movies with a romantic twist.

Leaving: Feb 1st

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