Big changes are coming to Netflix in December, making 2020 suck even more. Yes, it is well known that Netflix is continuously making changes to their lineup. Movies, documentaries, tv shows, and everything that isn't a Netflix original are all at risk of leaving the streaming service. But, for some reason, the changes in December seems like a punch in the gut. For my household, we're going to throw fits and mean-mug Netflix. This, of course, until we discover new shows to binge-watch and movies that will be played several times a week. The latter being because my kids control the movie situation.

Some of mine and my kids' favorites that will disappear from next Netflix in December are Dr. Seuss’ The GrinchRalph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, Dexter (Seasons 1–8), all the Back To The FuturesHow the Grinch Stole Christmas,and all the Indiana Jones. That's not all, my 11-year-old son and I are in real trouble because the week of December 28, Netflix drops The Office. Obviously, NBC's streaming service 'Peacock' will offer the best tv show of all time but hasn't disclosed if it'll be available on the premiere or free streaming.

On a positive note, Netflix is making some great adds in December. Favorites like 50 First DatesE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park I, III, and The Lost World: Jurassic ParkRunaway Bride, and Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions, will all be soon available to stream.

You can find the full list of titles to be added and drop, as well as the dates here.

[H/T WTVO]


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