Netflix has released a #list of titles that will be leaving the streaming service in March 2017, so you better make sure you catch up on all of your favorites before they are gone.

Last month, viewers were concerned when they noticed that many of the BBC shows and movies were set to expire due to contract negotiations. Luckily, Netflix was able to work with BBC, and 12 of the original 16 titles that were set to be removed in February, were kept for another month.

Now, it looks like those titles are once again set to expire, this time on #march 1. These titles include: The Buccaneers (1 season), Copper (2 seasons), The House of Cards Trilogy, The Office (U.K.) (2 series), Outcasts (one season), Robin Hood (3 seasons), Survivors (2 series), Torchwood (4 seasons), and The Vicar of Dibley (4 seasons). As of now, it is not known if the streaming service will work out the issues with BBC, meaning that these titles may be gone for good.

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Titles leaving Netflix next month

March 1:

  • The Buccaneers – (BBC)
  • Copper – 2 Seasons (BBC)
  • Da Jammies
  • Dragon Tales – 3 Seasons
  • The House of Cards Trilogy (BBC)
  • Keeping Up Appearances
  • Monarch of the Glen – 7 Series
  • North & South – 1 Season
  • The Office (U.K.) – 2 Series (BBC)
  • Outcasts – 1 Season (BBC)
  • Robin Hood – 3 Seasons (BBC)
  • Survivors – 2 Series (BBC)
  • Torchwood – 4 Seasons (BBC)
  • The Vicar of Dibley – 4 Seasons (BBC)
  • What Went Down – 1 Season
  • Zoo Clues – 1 Season

March 3:

  • Donde Esta Elisa – 1 Season
  • Relaciones Peligrosas – 1 Season
  • Victoria – 1 Season

March 7

  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – 6 Seasons

This is only a partial list of what is leaving in March. Netflix will continue to update the list daily, and will release a complete list towards the end of the month. They will also release a complete list of titles that will be coming to the service, along with their original movies and series.

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Are you disappointed to see these movies and series go? Do you hope Netflix resolves their issues with BBC? What titles would you like to see head to Netflix? Leave your comments below.