Better get bingeing: Netflix is pulling a slew of must-watch movies from its lineup this January.

Among the titles to get the boot is “Forrest Gump,” but the absence of the 1994 flick makes room for new offerings, like “Love Actually,” “Wedding Crashers” and “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”

Below, the five movies and TV shows you’ll want to add to your queue before it’s too late.

“Forrest Gump”: Leaving Jan. 1

Tom Hanks' Oscar-winning role of Forrest Gump sure taught us a lot about friendship (“She was my most special friend. My only friend.”), positivity (“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.”) and wisdom (“My mama always said, dyin' was a part of life. I sure wish it wasn't.”).

“Law & Order: SVU” years 14 through 16: Leaving Jan. 1

Need a refresher on what happened in year 14? We don’t blame you. It picks up with the arrest of Capt. Cragen (Dann Florek) after an escort who was an expected witness on a case turns up dead in his bed. Det. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) comes into the mix in with the hopes of clearing his name.

“Mean Girls”: Leaving Jan. 1

Not very fetch, Netflix. Lindsay Lohan, who played Cady Heron, of course, says she’s ready to revisit the role for a sequel, but until then, we’ll have to keep snacking on Kalteen bars and re-watching Tina Fey’s original.

“The Parent Trap”: Leaving Jan 1

No, not another Lindsay Lohan movie. The 1961 film starring Hayley Mills as twins Susan and Sharon who reunite at summer camp, is on the streaming site (though not for long).

“Lost”: Leaving Jan. 5

It’s been 13 years since the Oceanic Flight 815 first crashed in the 2004 pilot episode. The unforgettable finale twist is still up for interpretation, so binge all six seasons and throw your two cents into the mix.