Here's everything that's leaving Netflix in July

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But first the good news: Season Two of Bojack Horseman, Tig (a documentary by/about comedian Tig Notaro) and an eight-episode sequel series to Wet Hot American Summer (trailer below) both show up this month: Bojack S2 and Tig on July 17, and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp on July 31.

Now, on to the mourning. Binge now or say bye-bye to:



Movies:
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Cast Away
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Patton
She's All That
Super Troopers
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Three Kings


TV series:
Hawaii Five-O
Melrose Place
Miami Vice
 



All of the above movies and series will be gone by July 1, except Miami Vice. You can thrill to the pushed-up sleeves of Crockett and Tubbs' cool Armani jackets until July 15.

Aside from Bojack and WHAS, also arriving in July are Saw V, Underworld: EvolutionGrandma's Boy and, exclusively on Netflix, Creep (July 14): "When a videographer (Patrick Brice) answers a Craigslist ad for a one-day job in a remote mountain town, he finds his client (Mark Duplass) is not at all what he initially seems." Sounds terrible, and yet the Duplass-ness guarantees we'll be watching.


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