ByGabriela Vatu-November 21 2019.590 Figure 1 Bbc The end of the year is not far away and Netflix expects to remove several titles including a lot of Bbc documentaries by David Attenborough. December is going to bring a lot of cool new titles to Netflix but it’s going to see a lot of others going too. There are a number of nature documentaries from Bbc including The Blue Planet among the many films and documentaries that Netflix will say goodbye to. A bunch of Disney movies that have migrated to Disney+ including Thor: Jungle 2’s Ragnarok George and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, are also moving on. Fans will also say goodbye to both Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown documentary and Merlin for the last seasons available. 1 December
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