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We have bad news for Liz Lemon fans with a Netflix subscription.

More than 100 titles will join the streaming platform in July, but 26 are expected to leave. This number includes all seven seasons of “30 Rock,” which will drop at the end of the month.

Other shows on the way out are “Chicago Med” (released July 21) and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (disappeared July 1).

“30 Rock” will no longer be available on Netflix at the end of July.

Several popular films will also be released next month, including Oscar winners “The Social Network,” “Forrest Gump” and “Django Unchained.” The same goes for horror movies like “Annabelle: Creation”, “Friday the 13th”, “The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia” and “Texas Chainsaw 3D”.

As for lighter fare, rom-com fans may want to stream “You’ve Got Mail,” “Home Again,” and “Love Actually” before they’re no longer available on Netflix in late July.

Check out the full list of movies and shows leaving Netflix below.

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Here’s what’s leaving Netflix in July 2022

July, 1st

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (seasons 1-7)

“We have always lived in the castle”

July 6

July 7

11 July

“The Outsiders: Prey at Night”

July 14th

July 15th

July 19

“Annabelle: Creation”

July 21

“Chicago Med” (seasons 1–5)

July 25

July 31

“30 Rock” (seasons 1-7)

“The Edge of Seventeen”

“The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia”



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