Better get bingeing: Netflix is pulling all 11 seasons of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” this December.
The FX comedy series, which moved to FXX at the start of its ninth season in 2013, is among dozens of titles leaving the streaming service next month to make room for new offerings, like the eighth season of “The Crown,” “The Little Rascals,” and a slew of Christmas titles.
Below, the five movies and TV shows you’ll want to add to your queue before it’s too late.
“Picture Perfect” Leaving Dec. 1
If a fake wedding was your only route to promotion, would you take it? In this 1997 flick, Jennifer Aniston works at an advertising company and pretends to have it all — the house, the husband, the job — to get ahead in her office.
“Super Size Me” Leaving Dec. 1
How you’ve gone this long without seeing Morgan Spurlock attempt to eat nothing but McDonald’s for an entire month is beyond us. This health/business film will make you think twice before grabbing that Big Mac.
“Scary Movie 2” and “Scary Movie 3” Leaving Dec. 1
Get in one last “spooky” film duo before you delve into a monthlong Christmas movie marathon. “Scary Movie 2” (2001) and “Scary Movie 3” (2003) both provide throwbacks to some of your horror favorites, including “The Exorcist,” “The Ring,” “The Sixth Sense” and more.
“Holes”: Leaving Dec. 5
Stanley Yelnats (Shia LaBeouf), and his campmates including Zero (Khleo Thomas), are forced to dig a hole every day in order to build character in Disney's 2003 movie "Holes," based on the 1998 novel by Louis Sachar.
“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” (Seasons 1-11) Leaving Dec. 9
You may not have time to re-watch all 11 seasons before the series disappears from the streaming site, but you can circle back to some of the early favorites. “The D.E.N.N.I.S. System” on how to land a date in season five is a pretty solid place to start.