A new month is upon us and that means new surprises. While we’ve run down what you can expect for Netflix July 2016, it is also important to note that some worthwhile movies and TV shows are leaving the streaming service. We give you this list so you can savor these shows and movies before they’re gone.

1. Numb3rs (Seasons 1-6)

If you haven’t started this yet, then you probably don’t much have time in finishing it. According to Cinema Blend, the whole six seasons of this series is leaving Netflix on July 1. Nevertheless, if crime procedurals and sleepless marathons are your thing, then give this a go.

Having its debut around the same time as “Criminal Minds” and “CSI: New York”, this procedural set itself apart with a key element: numbers. Cinema Blend reports that the use of mathematics and probability in solving crimes was the show’s edge over its competitors at the time.

2. Wild Kratts

A report by Vanity Fair sees “Wild Kratts” as a standout among other “mindless and irritating” kid shows on Netflix. The website describes the background of the show as follows:

“This fun, animated educational program centers on animated versions of the Kratt brothers—Martin and Chris—who also serve as the producers, writers, and the main voices on the show. Their background as zoologists and ecologists gives the animal-themed show its PBS-worthy pedigree, but the learning is tempered with lighthearted adventure.”

3. 2001: A Space Odyssey

If you’re on the younger side, you might have seen Christopher Nolan‘s “Interstellar” and thought that it was mind-blowing. In the process, you may also have heard of the film being compared to Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”. If you have been curious about what the movie was all about, you’ve finally got your chance.

Wired describes the film as an “ahead-of-its-time classic”, and one that you shouldn’t miss.

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4. Notting Hill

People simply have different tastes when it comes to movies. If thrillers and science-related shows are not your thing, then maybe it’s romance? If our guess is right, look no further and watch this flick. Digital Trends lists this film as one of those gonners come Netflix July 2016. We’re thinking Julia Roberts should be an enough reason to consider this.

5. The Perfect Storm

If fiction is not your thing, then “The Perfect Storm” awaits. Though the film certainly took its own liberties, “The Perfect Storm” was based on true events about a crew lost at sea amidst the merging of storms. It also features an ensemble cast which includes Diane Lane, George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.

Hurry and be sure to watch any of these choices before the Netflix July 2016 releases take over.