Netflix has revealed a list of titles that is set to be cut from the streaming service in April, which means you need to get to binge watching before your favorites are gone for good.

While the majority of the titles will be removed on April 1, there are several that will be cut later on in the month. Of those movies and television shows that are being taken down from Netflix's library are the three part miniseries Hatfields & McCoys, nine seasons of The X Files, four seasons of Death in Paradise, all eight seasons of House, M.D., and five seasons of Ally Mcbeal. The main cuts seem to be from Fox, however there are still several BBC shows that are up for renewal.

Check out the list of titles leaving Netflix in April below:

April 1

  • Ally Mcbeal – 5 Seasons (2001)
  • Angel – 5 Seasons (2003)
  • Arrested Development – Season 1 – 3
  • Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse – 1 Season
  • The Buccaneers – 4-Part Mini-Series
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Copper – 2 Seasons
  • Death in Paradise – 4 Seasons
  • Eureka – Season 5
  • Firefly – 1 Season
  • Girl Eat World – 1 Season
  • Hatfields & McCoys – 3-Part Mini-Series
  • House, M.D. – 8 Seasons (2011)
  • The Jewel in the Crown – 1 Season
  • Monarch of the Glen – 7 Series
  • Monkey Thieves – 3 Seasons
  • Outcasts – 1 Season
  • The Riches – 2 Seasons
  • Robin Hood – 3 Seasons
  • Roswell – 3 Seasons
  • School for Little Vampires – 3 Seasons
  • Survivors – 2 Series
  • The X-Files – 9 Seasons

April 2nd

  • Bo on the Go! – 1 Season
  • Franny’s Feet – 1 Season
  • Sabrina’s Secret Life

April 3rd

  • La Casa de al Lado

April 6th

  • El Cuerpo del Deseo

April 9th

  • Flor Salvaje

April 10th

  • Legit (2 Seasons)

This is only a partial list of what is leaving Netflix in April.

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Netflix will continue to update this list, and will release a complete list towards the end of the month. Netflix will also release a full list of titles that will be added to the streaming service, along with their original movies and television series.

Are you disappointed to see these titles go? Were any of your favorite Netflix titles on the list? What additions do you hope they make to replace the ones that are leaving? Leave your comments below.