If your Netflix queue looks a little shorter today, we have some bad news: Today, the site officially pulled tons of titles that hail from the libraries of Warner Bros., MGM, and Universal, because they're to become completely exclusive to the new streaming service Warner Archive Instant. Specifically, 1,794 titles - mostly classic films, and Adam Sandler's Big Daddy - have disappeared from the site; InstantWatcher has the complete list here for you to shake your fist at and sob over.
Also, according to Slate, that's not the only change that the site has made: Apparently a new version of the queue called the "Netflix list" is being tested out with a small group of users. Basically, the new interface only allows the user to add titles and view them by different sorting options (like "A-Z," and "Genre," for instance), and it also no longer tells users when a title is set to expire. Luckily, any members who already have the new list and dislike it can still contact Customer Service to get their queue back - for now, anyway.
Why does everything we love have to go away?