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NetFlix Listings February 2016: What's Coming & Leaving [Full List]

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The official list of what's coming to and leaving from Netflix for February 2016 has been unveiled.

Check them out below, as provided by CNET.

Coming to Netflix in February 2016

February 1

  • "Armageddon" (1998)
  • "Better Call Saul," season 1
  • "Charlie's Angels" (2000)
  • "Collateral Damage" (2002)
  • "Cruel Intentions" (1999)
  • "Johnny English" (2003)
  • "The Little Engine that Could" (2011)
  • "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles," season 1
  • "Masha's Tales," season 1
  • "Open Season" (2006)
  • "Para Elisa" (2012)
  • "Pokemon: XY," season 1
  • "Scooby-Doo" (2002)
  • "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" (2004)
  • "Sin City" (2005)
  • "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" (1989)
  • "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby" (2006)
  • "Teen Witch" (1989)

February 3

  • "I Love You Phillip Morris" (2009)

February 4

  • "Gaspar Noe's Love" (2015)

February 5

  • "Care Bears & Cousins," season 2
  • "Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado"
  • "Mad Men," season 7 part 2
  • "Turbo FAST," season 3

February 6

  • "Lila & Eve" (2015)

February 10

  • "Dope" (2015)

February 16

  • "Atonement" (2007)

February 17

  • "The Returned," season 2

February 19

  • "Cooked," season 1
  • "Love," season 1

February 22

  • "Fuerzas Especiales 2" (2015)

February 24

  • "Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!" (2015)

February 26

  • "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny" (2016)
  • "Fuller House," season 1 (2016)
  • "Theo Von: No Offense" (2016)

Leaving Netflix in February 2016

February 1

  • "Bad Santa" (2003)
  • "Benny & Joon" (1993)
  • "Big Fish" (2003)
  • "Blue Crush" (2002)
  • "Doctor Who"
  • "The Firm" (1993)
  • "The Hurt Locker" (2008)
  • "The Naked Gun"
  • "Rain Man" (1988)
  • "Ray" (2004)
  • "Terminator" (1984)
  • "Terms of Endearment" (1983)

How to Search the Whole Netflix Library

A global Netflix search engine now allows users to search the worldwide library of the streaming media company.

The "unofficial Netflix online Global Search," or uNoGS, lets users search by film or actor, narrow the results by a few additional fields, and then provides what movies are available in the 244 regions where Netflix is currently operating in, Gizmodo wrote. Afterwards, users need to use many of the cheap VPN services, fake the correct country, and let the films or back episodes of a TV series come in.

The list provided by uNoGS is updated daily, and also includes IMDb ratings, genre, and the availability of subtitles, the Verge reported. 

The site also provides information on which countries have the best and worst libraries, and what VPNs allow access to which nations. In an interview with TorrentFreak, the site's creator, Brian, said that he initially made the site exclusively for his own personal use, before deciding to put it online last year.

Releasing uNoGS to the public will likely have consequences, Gizmodo added. Netflix disclosed that it is being pressured by copyright owners to lessen country-hopping privacy, and search engines -- such as uNoGS -- will only make the act easier to carry out and more high-profile. Granted, a searchable engine is not considered illegal, but its current format will probably not last for long.

It's unclear yet whether uNoGS violates Netflix's terms of service, the Verge noted. The company does not release their full catalog offerings since shutting down its public API years ago.

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