Netflix will be conducting a proper removal of some of our favorites from the service in August, and while we will be upset at some of the classics that are getting the boot, we can't front: there's a lot of HEAT hitting Netflix in August! That's just a tiny glimpse of what Netflix has in store, trust. As per usual, let's run through the entire list of what Netflix will be adding to its service in August, then give you a few Staff Picks of what you should be queueing up as well. August 1 Are We Done Yet?
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But how to keep track of it all? Check out our helpful calendar below, which documents everything Netflix has in store for us in , a schedule we'll be updating throughout the year as more titles and release dates are announced. Mike Epps: Only One Mike Comedy special A special from legendary stand-up comedian Mike Epps, offering wisdom he's gained throughout his life and career. Watch the trailer.
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Here is a set of documentaries to stream on Netflix for some educational programming in between your "Gilmore Girls" and "Friends" marathons. Please binge-watch accordingly. Advocacy documentaries tend to be a bit short-sighted, reveling in their self-righteousness, but director Stephanie Soechtig has more than enough facts to avoid resting on pure outrage. Consider that, since the '80s, the number of overweight children has gone from one in 20 to one in five.