"Zootopia" is leaving Netflix in March 2018, and we're mourning that and these other titles
As winter melts into the muddy beginnings of spring, it’s naturally time to clean house just a bit — and Netflix is no different. With great sorrow, we must say farewell to the beloved Academy Award-winning Zootopia, which is leaving Netflix in March, alongside legendary non-Disney animated film Anastasia.
Also leaving the streaming platform is the iconic Jaws (and its sequels), the very trippy Memento, The Finest Hours, and cult ’90s teen horror film, The Craft. Meanwhile, those who are still clinging to the last remnants of the holiday season have to *finally* bid farewell, because the Santa Clause trilogy is also departing Netflix and heading back up to the North Pole.
But that’s — unfortunately — not all. Next month, the first seven seasons of Archer, the first two seasons of The Killing, the first season of Life in Pieces, and the final two seasons of Salem will also be consciously uncoupling with the streaming platform.