Netflix has released the list of titles that are leaving the streaming service in July 2017. So, it’s time to take a break from your job and watch “An Unmarried Woman,” “All That Glitters,” “Two Weeks Notice,” “Kate & Leopold” and “Batman” before they’re gone.

There is some decent stuff you should consider: “Blazing Saddles,” “Apocalypse Now,” “Blue Velvet,” “Magnolia, and “20th Century Women.” It means May is going to be an exciting month for those who love original series and short films.

‘An Unmarried Woman’

Sadly, “An Unmarried Woman” is leaving Netflix in coming days. Released in 1978, this American film was directed and written by Paul Mazursky.

“An Unmarried Woman” was nominated for two Academy Awards, and it was a story of a wealthy lady, Erica Benton, who was shattered when her husband, Martin, left her for another girl. The film featured Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, Michael Murphy, Cliff Gorman, Patricia Quinn, Kelly Bishop, and Lisa Lucas.

‘All That Glitters’ – television series

All That Glitters” was an American sitcom created and developed by Norman Lear. It consisted of 65 episodes and aired from April 1977 to July 1978. “All That Glitters,” a spoof of the soap opera format, explored the lives of several lawyers. The twist of the show was it was set within a world of complete role-reversal: Females were stronger than males and men were treated as sex objects. The cast included Eileen Brennan, Jessica Walter, Greg Evigan, Gary Sandy, Lois Nettleton, and Tim Thomerson.

‘Two Weeks Notice’

The outstanding abstract expressionist paintings in “Two Weeks Notice” were created by artist Paul Jenkins. Released in 2002, this Australian-American film featured Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant in the leading roles. It was directed and written by Marc Lawrence, who previously penned stories of “Forces of Nature” and “Miss Congeniality.” “Two Weeks Notice” did excellent business in the United States and globally.

‘Kate & Leopold.'

The Verge confirms that “Kate & Leopold” is leaving Netflix in the second or third week of July. This 2001 movie told the story of a duke who traveled through time from the 18th century to the present, and he fell in love with a girl in modern New York. Meg Ryan, Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Breckin Meyer, Natasha Lyonne, Bradley Whitford, and Paxton Whitehead played the leading characters.


The secret identity of “Batman” was a wealthy playboy and founder of Wayne Enterprises. Yes, we are talking about Bruce Wayne, who swore vengeance against a group of criminals after witnessing the murder of his parents (Thomas and Martha). According to The Verge, “Batman” is leaving the streaming services in the fourth week of July. The success of “Batman” prompted editors at National Comics Publications to request more superhero movies.

The Verge says “Opposite Field,” “In the Basement” and “Sleeping Beauty” may leave Netflix next week.

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