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What's Leaving Netflix in May: Scandal, Outbreak, and More

Here's your last chance to revisit Outbreak

Amanda Bell

Netflix may be bringing some exciting new titles to its streaming library next month, including Ryan Murphy's Hollywood, Damian Chazelle's The Eddy, and a Michelle Obama documentary, but the streaming service will also say goodbye to some of the movies and shows in its library in May.

Netflix has revealed the list of titles which will be disappearing from the streaming service next month. It includes the 1995 medical disaster film Outbreak, which has found an all-new level of relevance amid the coronavirus pandemic but will only be available to stream on Netflix through May 31.

Also departing Netflix next month are the Austin Powers movies, several of the Final Destination movies, Disney'sJohn Carter, all eight seasons of the medical dramedy Royal Pains, and all seven seasons of ABC's delicious dramaScandal.

Check out the full list of what's leaving Netflix in May 2020 below.

May 1
John Carter

May 15
The Place Beyond the Pines

May 17
Royal Pains Seasons 1-8

May 18
Scandal Seasons 1-7

May 19
Black Snake Moan
The First Wives Club
It Takes Two
Love, Rosie
She's Out of My League
What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Young Adult
Yours, Mine and Ours

May 25
Bitten Seasons 1-3

May 30
Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere Collection 1

May 31
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Dear John
Final Destination
The Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Looney Tunes: Back in Action
My Girl
The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
Red Dawn
Richie Rich

Check out what's coming to Netflix in May 2020 here.

​Morgan Freeman, Outbreak

Morgan Freeman, Outbreak

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