With the arrival of new streaming platforms on the imminent horizon, Netflix is gearing up to test whether or not it can last Cable TV’s move to the streaming industry. The platform has dozens of new titles coming each month, and just a few on their way out, assuring that you have a massive library of content to sift through each day. That being said, there are quite literally only a couple of titles leaving Netflix this week. Check them out below to get a last chance at streaming before they’re gone. For a list of what’s coming to Netflix this week, check here. For a list of the whopping two titles leaving the streaming platform by the end of the week, keep scrolling your little heart out:
Everything Leaving Netflix This Week
Continuum: Season 1-4 – This dystopian drama takes a look at what life may look like one day if we were to become too dependent on technology. The series follows a character named Kiera Cameron, a detective in Vancouver in 2077 that grew up around so much technology she doesn’t know how to function without it. Throughout the show, Detective Cameron must stop an organization called Liber8 that aims to take down the massive corporations that run the world they live in. It sounds a lot like the political arguments of today, so it could be an entertaining watch before it leaves Netflix for good on November 15th.
The series stars Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, and Eric Knudson.
Mamma Mia! – I highly doubt that I need to tell you what Mamma Mia! is about, as the film/musical has been circulating both Hollywood and Broadway for decades at this point. Nevertheless, this version of the story is probably one of the best, as it stars Meryl Streep alongside Amanda Seyfried for the leading roles of Donna and Sophie, respectively. Where the film truly shines, though, is in its supporting cast, where names like the iconic Christine Baranski (The Birdcage, The Grinch Stole Christmas), Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgard, and Pierce Brosnan (a certified hot dad-type according to Twitter) grace the screen. Even people that hate musicals like Mamma Mia! like this version—and I can attest to that because I am one of them.