Tomorrow nearly 2,000 titles will be pulled from Netflix, never to return (probably). The event has been dubbed Streamageddon, and here's why it's happening. According to Slate the libraries of Warner Bros., MGM, and Universal will "become exclusive to Warner Archive Instant, the classic film service that officially launched earlier this month." (The streaming service is currently offering a free 2 week trial, and after that it's $9.99/month.)
Want to know what's being wiped from your queue? (Hopefully none of these terribly awesome films.) InstantWatcher has the very long list, totaling out at 1,794 titles—it includes everything from Octopussy to The Shadow to all of the Barney titles to the 1999 Adam Sandler classic Big Daddy.