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Pour 1 Out For the Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix in July

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Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away. After releasing the incredible list of new titles it's adding in July (Titanic! Rogue One!), the streaming service also revealed which movies and TV shows will be disappearing before we know it. If your weekends consist of cuddling up and watching While You Were Sleeping or Futurama, we have some bad news . . . July 1 Blazing Saddles American Pie Presents: Band Camp Flicka 2 9/11: Stories in Fragments Secrets: The Sphinx Batman Working Girl Gentlemen Prefer Blondes An Unmarried Woman Hello, Dolly! MacGyver seasons one-seven Ghost Whisperer seasons one-five Futurama season six Day of the Kamikaze Mystery Files: Hitler Mystery Files: Leonardo da Vinci Nazi Temple of Doom The Hunt For Bin Laden The Incredible Bionic Man History in HD: The Last Bomb Secrets: A Viking Map? Secrets: Richard III Revealed Shuttle Discovery's Last Mission Titanic's Final Mystery Samurai Headhunters America's Secret D-Day Disaster Black Wings Blondie's New York Bombs, Bullets and Fraud Death Beach Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes American Pie Presents: Beta House Hugo American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging While You Were Sleeping Kate & Leopold El Dorado July 3 The Last Samurai Two Weeks Notice July 6 Los Heroes del Norte seasons one-two July 11 Opposite Field July 12 Sleeping Beauty Adventures of Pepper and Paula In the Basement July 13 Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain July 15 Lessons For a Kiss All That Glitters
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TV highlights 15/08/2014

  • The Guardian - TV News
International Test Cricket: England v India | On the Yorkshire Buses | Scrappers | Boomers | The Singer Takes It All | The Last Bomb | Edinburgh Nights with Sue Perkins | Drugs Incorporated

The Oval plays host to the fifth and final Test of a series that has seen England arrest a 354-day lean spell by picking up an unexpected victory in the third Test. With Alastair Cook regenerating from beleaguered to brilliant during July, it seems possible England can end the series on a high. The previous meeting here between the sides ended with a comprehensive home victory a repeat this time around will surely brighten the summer of all English cricket fans. Mark Jones

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