You may want to take a break from boxing up all of your winter sweaters because Netflix is about to rid dozens of fan favorites from its streaming site before June, according to affiliate KUTV. Beginning May 1, Netflix will remove titles ranging from "Jurassic Park" to "To Catch a Thief," and even -- gasp -- "Scrubs": Season 1-9.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison work among other medical students to learn how to navigate the complexities, including the romantic ones too, at Sacred Heart Hospital. The sitcom was received raving IMBD reviews, scoring an 8.4 out of 10.
Director Steven Spielberg imagined what life would have been like with dinosaurs roaming the earth alongside humanity. The massive blockbuster hit received an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Editing, and Best Sound Mixing.
And for those who enjoy a good laugh, don't expect to be able to watch season 2 of "Bob's Burger's." The animated show tells the story of Bob Belcher and his family, who try to keep it together while running Bob's dream restaurant. The show leaves Netflix May 7.
Calling all travel and adventure enthusiasts--Season 1-5 of "Anthony Bourdain: Parks Unknown" is leaving the streaming site on May 15. So if you're planning your next vacation, and want to schedule a more "off-the-beaten path" itinerary, then be sure to binge watch this series.
For a full list of titles leaving Netflix by May 26, click here.