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Watch These TV Shows and Movies on Netflix Before They Disappear

"Mad Men" and "The Andy Griffith Show" are also disappearing in the Thanos snap!

Lily Rose
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1 of 44 NBC/Getty (left); Marvel Studios (right)

Netflix Is Dropping Cheers, Avengers: Infinity War and These Other TV Shows and Movies in June

And just like that, we're losing Cheers, one of the most popular TV shows of all time, and Avengers: Infinity War, one of the most popular movies of all time, from Netflix in June.  

The 250-plus episodes of Cheers antics from Boston's own Sam Malone (Ted Danson), Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) and Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley) are bound for NBCUniversal's Peacock, the new streaming service which is breaking wide in July. Avengers: Infinity War, the all-star 2018 entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., is moving  to Disney+ on June 25.     

PHOTOS: Movies and TV shows leaving Netflix soon!

Some of our favorite rom-coms, family films and thriller flicks are on their way out at Netflix, too. And did we mention we're running out of time on the streaming service to binge-watch one of the best TV shows of the last decade: Mad Men?

Click ahead to see the key TV shows and movies that you need to catch on Netflix ASAP.

2 of 44 Marvel Studios

Leaving June 24: Avengers: Infinity War

This 2018 Marvel movie teams up all your favorite superheroes including Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and more. 

3 of 44 CBS

Leaving June 30: The Andy Griffith Show

Binge-watch this feel-good '60s sitcom classic to relieve the family-friendly shenanigans of Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith), Deputy Barney Fife (Don Knotts), Opie (Ron Howard) and Aunt Bee (Frances Bavier).

4 of 44 AMC

Leaving June 9: Mad Men

Netflix is dropping the 2007-2015 drama series about the leading personalities of New York ad agency Sterling Cooper (and its various iterations), including Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Roger Sterling (John Slattery), Bertram Cooper (Robert Morse) Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks). 

5 of 44 NBC

Leaving June 30: Cheers

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, but soon you won't be able to visit the regulars at this Boston bar. The '80s comedy, starring Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, Kelsey Grammer and Woody Harrelson, is leaving the streaming site. 

6 of 44 The Weinstein Company

Leaving June 1: The King's Speech

Don't miss the 2011 historical drama that won Best Picture at the Oscars, and earned star Colin Firth the Best Actor statuette.

7 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

This 2008 movie about a man (Brad Pitt) who ages backwards, won Academy Awards for visual effects, makeup and hairstyling. Take one look at Pitt as the title character, and you'll see why it took those honors. 

8 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: Inception

You're not dreaming. This 2010 movie about a group of thieves who steal your thoughts by invading your dreams stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ellen Page.

9 of 44 Miramax

Leaving June 30: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Don't forget the tissues. This 2008 film adaptation of the 2006 John Boyne tearjerker novel of the same name follows the forbidden friendship between a Nazi officer's son (Asa Butterfield) and a Jewish boy (Jack Scanlon) imprisoned inside a German concentration camp. 

10 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Matrix

Stream this 1999 sci-fi classic starring Keanu Reeves and Lawrence Fishburne before it leaves Netflix.

11 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Matrix Reloaded

Neo, Trinity, and Morpheus are still revolting against the machines in this 2003 sequel to The Matrix.

12 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Matrix Revolutions

In the third installment of the Matrix franchise, also released in 2003, Neo (played by Keanu Reeves) is stuck in a limbo world. Will he escape?

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Leaving June 27: Jeopardy!

Three editions of the Alex Trebek-hosted quiz show will be leaving Netflix: Jeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection; Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection; and, Jeopardy!: Seth Wilson Collection. The late Cindy Stowell and Seth Wilson were Jeopardy! contestants. Stowell passed away in 2016 before her string of Jeopardy! wins made it to air.  

14 of 44 Happy Madison Productions

Leaving June 30: Click

Could this be the only Adam Sandler movie to make you cry? Stream the 2006 fantasy drama film, also starring Christopher Walken and Kate Beckinsale, to find out. 

15 of 44 Dimension Films

Leaving June 30: Scary Movie

This slasher-flick parody from 2000, starring Regina Hall, Anna Faris and Carmen Electra, will have you laughing more often than screaming. 

16 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Polar Express

You don't have to wait until Christmas to stream this 2004 motion-capture-animated, Tom Hanks-led holiday movie about a young boy (voiced by Daryl Sabara) and an adventure to the North Pole. 

17 of 44 Columbia Pictures

Leaving June 30: Julie & Julia

Meryl Streep and Amy Adams star in this 2009 film about real-life blogger Julie Powell's effort to create all the dishes from Julia Child's first cookbook.

18 of 44 DreamWorks Pictures

Leaving June 30: The Ring

You may have more than seven days overall to catch this 2002 horror movie starring Daveigh Chase and Naomi Watts, but time is running out to stream it on Netflix. 

19 of 44 Paramount Pictures

Leaving June 30: Ferris Bueller's Day Off

While you can't save this John Hughes movie from being taken off Netflix, you can enjoy this 1986 teen comedy, starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck and Mia Sara, before it leaves the streaming site for good. 

20 of 44 Thunder Road Pictures

Leaving June 30: Brooklyn's Finest

In this 2009 crime drama, Don Cheadle, Richard Gere, and Ethan Hawke play cops thrown together during a dangerous drug operation. Will they make it out alive?

21 of 44 Columbia Pictures

Leaving June 30: Center Stage

Who knew getting ahead in the ballet world could be so stressful? Stream this 2000 dance drama, starring Amanda Schull, Zoe Saldana, and Peter Gallagher, and get wise. 

22 of 44 View Askew Productions

Leaving June 30: Chasing Amy

Ben Affleck and Joey Lauren Adams star in this 1997 Kevin Smith movie about a straight-male comic-book artist falling for a fellow artist, who happens to be a lesbian.

23 of 44 Bad Robot Productions

Leaving June 30: Cloverfield

In the universe of this 2008 monster movie, the shaky video shot by a group of New Yorkers (Michael Stahl-David, Lizzy Caplan and Jessica Lucas) documents the friends' quest for survival. 

24 of 44 The Weinstein Company

Leaving June 13: Cutie and the Boxer

This 2013 documentary about famed boxing painter Ushio Shinohara and his wife, Noriko, documents struggles of marriage and artistic identity. 

25 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: Yes Man

In this 2008 film, a man named Carl (Jim Carrey) decides to stop saying no -- a move that leads him to do many crazy things, including falling in with a woman named Allison (Zooey Deschanel). 

26 of 44 Dimension Films

Leaving June 30: The Amityville Horror

Chloë Grace Moretz, Ryan Reynolds, and Melissa George star in this 2005 horror movie remake about a family who moves into a house in Amityville, New York, only to discover that it's haunted by evil spirits. 

27 of 44 Working Title Films

Leaving June 30: Elizabeth

This 1998 biographical drama about the early years of Queen Elizabeth I stars Cate Blanchett and Joseph Fiennes. 

28 of 44 EuropaCorp

Leaving June 7: From Paris with Love

In this 2010 action film, American government employees Charlie Wax (John Travolta) and James Reese (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) must stop a terrorist attack on Paris. 

29 of 44 Marvel Studios

Leaving June 30: Ghost Rider

In this 2007 Marvel comic-book flick, motorcycle rider Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) sells his soul to the devil, and becomes a bounty hunter for the infernal one. 

30 of 44 Pure Flix

Leaving June 3: God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness

A pastor must rely on his estranged atheist brother to help rebuild his church and congregation after both are tragically taken away in this 2018 drama starring David A.R. White, Samantha Boscarino, and John Corbett. 

31 of 44 Miramax

Leaving June 30:Kate & Leopold

In this 2001 rom-com, a rip in the fabric of time causes a modern day ad executive (Meg Ryan) and an English duke from 1876 (Hugh Jackman) to meet and fall in love.

32 of 44 Hulu

Leaving June 30: Little Monsters

In this 2019 comedic horror movie, Lupita Nyong'o plays a teacher who must save her group of young students from a zombie outbreak during a field trip. 

33 of 44 Amblin Entertainment

Leaving June 30: Minority Report

In this 2002 sci-fi mystery, you'll take a trip to 2054 where Tom Cruise plays a member of an elite law-enforcement team that aims to stop future crimes. 

34 of 44 Paramount Pictures

Leaving June 30: Patriot Games

In this 1992 action movie, after Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) stops the assassination of the British royal family, he becomes the target of IRA radicals. 

35 of 44 United Artists

Leaving June 30: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

The whole family can sing along with this 1968 movie musical, starring Dick Van Dyke and Sally Ann Howes, about a broken-down car that transports a family to a magical land. 

36 of 44 TriStar Pictures

Leaving June 30: Philadelphia

This 1993 drama, inspired by true events, stars Tom Hanks as a lawyer with HIV who sues his law firm for wrongful dismissal with the help of fellow lawyer (Denzel Washington). Hanks received an Oscar for his performance. 

37 of 44 Walt Disney Pictures

Leaving June 30: Race to Witch Mountain

In this 2009 Disney drama, Dwayne Johnson plays a cab driver who gets roped into protecting siblings with supernatural powers (played by AnnaSophia Robb and Alexander Ludwig) from alien forces. 

38 of 44 Qwerty Films

Leaving June 30: The Duchess

Period-drama queen Keira Knightley stars in this 2008 biographical drama about the Duchess of Devonshire, an 18th-century aristocrat who was known for her political and social life. 

39 of 44 Universal Pictures

Leaving June 30: The Invention of Lying

Ricky Gervais brings his famously dry humor to this 2009 comedy about a world where no one has ever lied. The movie also stars Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, and Rob Lowe. 

40 of 44 Warner Bros.

Leaving June 30: The Last Samurai

Don't miss this 2003 action film where Tom Cruise plays Nathan Algren, an American military advisor who learns to respect and adopt the Bushido code after a Samurai spares his life. 

41 of 44 TriStar Pictures

Leaving June 30: The Mask of Zorro

Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are hot, hot, hot in this 1998 movie about the legend of the masked vigilante. 

42 of 44 Universal Pictures

Leaving June 30: Tremors

Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward star in this 1990 goofy horror movie about underground creatures that threaten the lives of people in a small town.  

43 of 44 Universal Pictures

Leaving June 30: Tremors II: Aftershocks

Make it a marathon! Stream the 1996 Tremors sequel to see how Fred Ward and Chris Gartin fight these massive, man-eating earthworms. 

44 of 44 ImageMovers

Leaving June 30: What Lies Beneath

Is Claire Spencer (Michelle Pfeiffer) losing her mind? Or is her house actually haunted? Stream this 2000 thriller, and see if her husband (Harrison Ford) can help her figure things out.