Netflix is stacked with new material for February, and as per usual, they have to get rid of some excess. We've seen some proper bloodbaths in the past, but this month? It's not too crazy. For real.

Some of the biggest removals this month include the first eight seasons of Family Guy alongside three seasons of the slept-on An Idiot Abroad and seven seasons of Burn Notice, if that's your bag. They are also removing two Hannibal Buress stand-up specials and one from Aziz Ansari, although these removals feel more like a Comedy Central thing than anything related to Ansari's recent sexual assault allegations.

There are some really interesting removals though, from the 2014 Muhammad Ali documentary I Am Ali to the classic Five Heartbeats. The full list is below, again with our picks of flicks you need to check out before they are gone. Mark your calendars.

Movies and TV Shows Leaving

February 1
Corpse Bride
Day Watch
Desk Set
Enquiring Minds
Everyone's Hero
Hard Candy
How to Steal a Million
King Arthur
Magic City: Season 1-2
Night Watch
Open Season: Scared Silly
Perfect Stranger
Project X
Silver Streak
Stranger by the Lake
The Benchwarmers
The Five Heartbeats
The Fury
The Longest Day
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tin Man
Top Gear: Series 19-23
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

February 2
A Ballerina's Tale

February 3
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

February 5
Hannibal Buress: Animal Furnace
Hannibal Buress: Live from Chicago

February 10
Dragonheart: The Shadowed Claw

February 11
A Little Bit of Heaven

February 12

February 14
Family Guy: Seasons 1-8

February 15
12 Dog Days Till Christmas
A Christmas Kiss II
Before I Go to Sleep
Burn Notice: Season 1-7
Christmas Belle

February 16
Our Last Tango
Save the Date

February 17

February 19
An Idiot Abroad: Season 1-3

February 20
Aziz Ansari: Dangerously Delicious

February 21
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

February 24
Jane Got a Gun

February 28
American Genius
Brain Games: Season 3-4
Cesar 911: Season 1
I Am Ali
Miami SWAT: Season 1
The Catch: Season 1

Staff Picks

I Am Ali
Stars: Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, George Foreman

Two years before Muhammad Ali passed away, this intriguing documentary on his life was released. Utilizing loads of personal audio recordings, it covers various points in his life. It doesn't go from the day of his birth until present day, but starts at his decision to take his final boxing match, then skips around from there, fleshing out Ali the man, warts and all. For anyone who wasn't up on what Ali meant to the world, this documentary is a great jumping off point.

The Five Heartbeats
Stars: Robert Townsend, Michael Wright, Leon

Yeah, this film does get melodramatic at times. And if you aren't a fan of music from groups like The Temptations, you might not rock with this, but Robert Townsend's film is at its best when Michael Wright is doing his thing as Eddie King, Jr.. He embodies the fallen star who needs drugs to hold him up. It has some iconic scenes (including King's "night's like this" bit in the alleyway), and is one of those films you should, at the very least, get off of your bucket list.