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You’ve got one last chance to catch these gems before they’re gone.

We’ve already told you about all the exciting new titles coming to Netflix this month, but with that good news also comes bad: Some beloved projects are leaving the service throughout the month. You never know when something might pop up on streaming again (or which of the many services it’ll go to next), so the next few weeks could be your last opportunity for a while to check out some of these fantastic movies and television series.

We’ve got your comprehensive guide to everything that’s soon dropping off Netflix’s collection, including a few highlights that we definitely recommend seeing before they’re gone.

Must-watch movies and shows leaving Netflix in September 2022

Saved by the Bell: The College Years (Leaving 9/14/22)

If this delightfully fuzzy trailer has got you feeling like it’s 1994 again, reminisce with Saved by the Bell: The College Years before it leaves Netflix mid-month. Or if you feel nostalgic for a different storyline in the Saved by the Bell extended universe, go back to high school with Saved by the Bell: Seasons 1-6, take a vacation with Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style, or get misty-eyed with Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas. The series and movies all leave Netflix on the same day, so if you plan on bingeing, get started now.

Boogie Nights (Leaving 9/30/22)

Speaking of nostalgia: A viewing of Boogie Nights will quickly whisk you away to the sultry, seedy world of 1970s — erm — “movie-making.” A young, southern California dishwasher named Eddie Adams (Mark Wahlberg) makes a name for himself in adult films, and his rise and fall is as dramatic as it is star-studded (Burt Reynolds, Julianne Moore, Don Cheadle, and the late, great Phillip Seymour Hoffman all have roles).

Dirty Harry (Leaving 9/30/22)

If you’re feeling more “San Francisco in the 70s” than “Los Angeles in the 70s,” head to San Francisco with Clint Eastwood, who plays jaded cop “Dirty” Harry Callahan. Based on the very scary, very real (and very unsuccessful) hunt for the Zodiac Killer, the film is a tough, tense police thriller that sparks insightful conversations about the ethics of policing.

All the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in September 2022

Leaving 9/1/22
Quantico: Seasons 1-3

Leaving 9/2/22
Freaks

Leaving 9/3/22
The Vampire Diaries: Seasons 1-8

Leaving 9/9/22
Nightcrawler

Leaving 9/10/22
How to Train Your Dragon 2

Leaving 9/12/22
Offspring: Seasons 1-7

Leaving 9/14/22
Saved by the Bell: Seasons 1-6
Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style
Saved by the Bell: The College Years
Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas

Leaving 9/17/22
Skylines

Leaving 9/18/22
Dark Skies

Leaving 9/18/22
Dark Matter: Seasons 1-3

Leaving 9/25/22
Blade Runner 2049
Blade Runner: The Final Cut

Leaving 9/29/22
Gotham: Seasons 1-5

Leaving 9/30/22
3 Ninjas: Kick Back
Argo
Boogie Nights
Catch Me If You Can
The Cave
Constantine
Dirty Harry
Dumb and Dumber
Full Metal Jacket

I Am Legend
Insidious
Made of Honor
Mean Girls
My Babysitter’s a Vampire: Seasons 1-2
Old School
The Perfect Storm
The Rite
Seven
The Sweetest Thing
Taxi Driver
The Talented Mr. Ripley

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