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This is the last chance for subscribers of Netflix to watch their favourite TV shows like “The X-Files” and “Bones.” Many of the TV series and movies will be leaving the streaming service next month. So, the fans of the shows and films being removed have till the end of this month to watch them.

The list of shows and movies leaving on April 1 are “Ally McBeal,” “Angel” “Better Off Ted” “Barbershop 2: Back in Business” “Bones” season 1 to 4, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” “Chaplin” “Dollhouse” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” “Firefly” “House, M.D.” “Lie to Me” “Menace II Society” “Resident Evil: Extinction” “Rosewell” “Snow Day” “Stomp the Yard” “Superman II” “Superman III” “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” “Superman Returns” “Superman: The Movie” “The Agony and the Ecstasy” “The Boys from Brazil” “The Escapist” “The Princess Bride” “The Riches” “The Usual Suspects” “The X-Files” and “Vanilla Sky.”

“Collateral Damage” and “The Circle” will be leaving on April 3. “Legit” season 2 and “Wilfred” season 4 will be dropped on the 7th, Entertainment Weekly reports. “Hero” will be gone on the 9th, “Legit” season 1 and “Flower Girl” on 10th, “The Lazarus Effect” on 14th, “A Fantastic Fear of everything” on 15th, “American Dad!” season 6 on 17th, “The Nutty Professor 2: Facing the Fear” on 26th, and “Under the Tuscan Sun,” “The Mirror,” “Born to Defense” and “The Defender” on the 30th.

While TV shows and movies are being dropped, Netflix is also working on increasing content on its platform, especially original TV shows and moves. One of its new projects is a present day Jesus drama written by Michael Petroni, and produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, Deadline reports. The producers are the same team that delivered the hit series “The Bible” on the History channel.

The new show is titled “Messiah.” Filming is slated to take place in Los Angeles. The producers are still waiting for the go-ahead from Netflix to begin pre-production work. The plot will focus on a man in the modern era, who first appears in the Middle East and starts performing miracles.

As popular shows like “The X-Files” and “Bones” are leaving Netflix, the streaming service will have to fill the gap quickly. The show made famous by the characters Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) has aired 10 seasons, and the show starring David Boreanaz (Seeley Booth) is currently airing season 12.