Netflix is removing 'Seabiscuit' from its vast list of movies after September.
Well, September is approaching, and Netflix seems to have a lot in the store for its users. But at the same time, there are a lot of shows that will bid their farewell from the streaming giant.
One of the programs that are leaving Netflix is 'Seabiscuit,' a 2003 film based on the true story of the undersized depression-era racehorse.
Watch: Trailer for 'Seabiscuit' 2003
It's one of the most loved movies, as critics put it, Seabiscuit is,
"A life-affirming, if saccharine, epic treatment of a spirit-lifting figure in sports history."
The movie was a huge success, it has more than 76% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, and 7.3 ratings out of 10 on IMDb, which just proves it is, in fact, a good story that tells a story of the horse that becomes champion during the time of depression.
The reports further suggest, the streaming service, along with 'Seabiscuit,' will remove movies like '2012,' 'Mortal Kombat,' Jurassic Park,' and several other titles from the list of its programs.
Netflix stressed these titles will be replaced by documentary based on legendary coaches across all sports. The streaming giant also confirmed it's going to add 'The Playbook,' which will be available to stream from September 22.