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Here’s a cool phenomenon: the Netflix Christmas special. This month, in addition to way too many original shows and films, Netflix is releasing Christmas episodes for existing shows, including Nailed It!, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Ezra Koenig’s Neo Yokio, and awards-bait Prince of Peoria: A Christmas Moose Miracle.

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November is a solid month for Netflix. You’ve got the new She-Ra, a new season of MST3K, a previously unfinished Orson Welles film, and classics like The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. And the site is only losing a few hit films. Here’s everything coming and going from Netflix in October.

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Netflix is going all-in on Halloween this month, with a new set of original horror and horror-ish films and shows every Friday. There’s also new non-scary stuff, like Samin Nosrat’s cooking show Salt Fat Acid Heat. Here’s everything coming and going on Netflix in October.

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August is a big month for Netflix originals, with the premiere of Matt Groening's fantasy cartoon Disenchantment, season 2 of Ozark, and a new comedy special from Demetri Martin. Here are the highlights, and the full list of shows, movies, and comedy specials coming and going from Netflix next month.

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July 6 sees the much-anticipated Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee's Netflix premiere. We've also got some decent popcorn fare in the form of Wes Craven's final feature film, Scream 4. Sadly, a bunch of TV shows and movies will also be bidding adieu.

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Glow is back! Glow is frickin' back on June 29! Hot damn! Time to re-watch season 1, wherein Alison Brie, Marc Maron, and Betty Gilpin work out their feelings through the language of headlocks. When you're done with that, here are all the new TV shows, movies, and stand-up specials coming to US Netflix in June.

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March is just around the corner and it's bringing new seasons of action-packed shows, similarly action-packed films, and some original content in the form of illuminating documentaries. While you're admiring the list of new additions, be sure to check the list of everything leaving Netflix this March, if only to do some belated enjoying of a few Christmas movies.

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If you're old enough to remember Vanilla Ice and snap-on armbands, you'll probably be pleased by the many throwbacks coming to US Netflix next month. Watch Vincent Vega plunge a syringe into Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction! Or a refrigerator lurch after Sarah Goldfarb in Requiem for a Dream! Wow, the '90s were dark.