Another month down, another month of Netflix adding all kinds of new material to their service. March will be no different, but that also means that the champion streamer will be removing a number of movies and series from their service. That's just the breaks.

This month, removals aren't a-plenty, but they did make some harsh cuts: The Breakfast Club getting the ax hurts. They've also taken off both Ghostbusters films from decades ago, as well as Disney's Beauty & the Beast. You know what time it is with that.

You should also know what time it is with this post; we've got the full list of shows and films that Netflix is getting rid of in March, alongside our Picks of what you absolutely need to watch before they dip from the service. 

Movies and TV Shows Leaving

March 1
Bruce Almighty
Fair Game - Director's Cut
Ghostbusters 2
Pearl Harbor
The Breakfast Club
The Cider House Rules
The Gift
The Little Rascals
United 93

March 2
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Eighteenth Year

March 3
Drop Dead Diva: Seasons 1-6

March 4
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

March 5
Newsies: The Broadway Musical

March 8

March 16
Baby Mama
Charlie St. Cloud
Role Models

March 18
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

March 31
Party of Five: Seasons 1-6
The Real Ghostbusters: Seasons 1-5

Staff Picks

The Breakfast Club
Stars: Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, Paul Gleason

If you’re looking for a film to encapsulate what it is to be a high schooler in America, throw on this John Hughes classic. Featuring some of the ‘80s biggest names, The Breakfast Club finds five teens from five different crowds spending a Saturday detention session realizing how similar they truly are. It’s hilarious, it’s raw, and for many, it’s like being seen for the first time on-screen. It’s also a hallmark in filmmaking, and has been flipped by everything from grown-ish to Riverdale.

Stars: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver

With all of this talk of returning the Ghostbusters franchise to what it was, now’s as good of a time as any to watch (or, hopefully, rewatch) this hilarious ‘80s flick. Starring Saturday Night Live alumni Murray and Aykroyd, we see a group of (mostly) regular dudes dive into the business of eradicating ghosts. Sounds stupid, and at times it is, but it became an iconic franchise that will live on in the afterlife..