9 Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix and Hulu

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From Murderville to Disenchantment, there’s been a slew of popular new shows and movies coming to Netflix and Hulu over the last few months, but some beloved classics will be leaving the platforms over the next month instead. Read on below to find out the best movies and TV shows leaving Netflix and Hulu so you can catch them while they’re still there!

Netflix

Braveheart

This 1995 classic will be leaving Netflix on March 31, but it’s still available on Prime Video or for rent through Vudu or Google Play Movies. This epic historical drama, directed and starred in by Mel Gibson, tells the story of Sir William Wallace, a warrior who led the Scots in the First War of Scottish Independence against England.

Step Brothers

This beloved comedy starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly shows Ferrell and Reilly as two middle-aged losers, Brennan and Dale, who are forced to live together after Brennan’s mom and Dale’s dad get married. Step Brothers will be leaving Netflix on February 28.

Despicable Me 1 and 2

Despicable Me, the popular children’s cartoon franchise, will be leaving Netflix on March 31. The two films follow master criminal Gru, voiced by Steve Carell, as he adopts three young girls as part of a heist scheme and ends up becoming sympathetic towards them and becoming the good guy.

The Karate Kid

There’s been a lot of talk about The Karate Kid for the last few months as the spin-off show Cobra Kai takes the world by storm on Netflix. The original movie will be leaving Netflix on March 31, so take the chance to watch it before it goes away, especially if you want to check out Cobra Kai.

Hulu

Shanghai Noon

This classic western comedy starring Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan will be leaving Hulu on March 31. The film follows train robber Roy O’Bannon (Wilson) and Chinese man Chon Wang (Chan) as the unlikely duo team up to save a Chinese princess from a ruthless Chinese traitor.

Airplane!

The 1980 comedy Airplane! will also be leaving Hulu on March 31st. This wacky family-friendly comedy that fully takes place, unsurprisingly, on an airplane, has been a popular choice for years, receiving an impressive 97% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Sandlot

Adding to the list of classic comedies leaving Hulu in March is Adam Sandler’s The Sandlot. The film will still be on Disney Plus and Amazon Prime. The Sandlot tells the story of Scotty Smalls, a young boy in the summer of 1962 who’s the new kid in town and wants to make friends by learning the game of baseball.

Batman

The Batman movies starring Michael Crighton were added to Hulu on February 1st for a limited time and will be leaving again on March 31 after their two-month window on the platform. Take the chance now to catch up on this classic Batman series before the new film starring Robert Pattinson comes out on March 4th.

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