Disney+ and Hulu are getting rid of a bevy of their series from their libraries May 26, which could anger fans.

TVLine reports that Christine McCarthy, Disney‘s chief financial officer, said during a Q1 earnings call, “We will be removing certain content from our streaming platforms and currently expect to take an impairment charge.” In other words, according to the outlet, Disney+ and Hulu will use the removal as a write-off of between $1.5 to $1.8 billion. There was no word on where those removed series will end up.

The entire list of series being taken off the streaming services is quite extensive, including Diary of a Future President, Y: The Last Man, Everything’s Trash, and more. A full listing is below.

HBO Max recently got rid of several of its streaming series as well, including Legendary, Westworld, FBoy Island, Raised by Wolves, Finding Magic Mike, The Time Traveler’s Wife, Head of the Class and The Nevers. These series will eventually be found on Warner Bros. Discovery’s FAST (free ad-supported streaming TV) channel. The various series can currently be found on Roku and Tubi.

List of Disney+ and Hulu shows leaving the streaming services (as reported by TVLine):


Be Our Chef

Big Shot

Cheaper by the Dozen

Diary of a Future President

Disney Fairy Tale Weddings

Earth to Ned


The Hot Zone


It’s a Dog’s Life With Bill Farmer

Just Beyond

Magic Camp

The Making Of Willow

Marvel’s Hero Project

Marvel’s MPower

The Mighty Ducks

The Mysterious Benedict Society

The One and Only Ivan

Pentatonix: Around the World for the Holidays

The Real Right Stuff

Rogue Trip

Stargirl (2020 movie)


Timmy Failure

Turner & Hooch

Weird But True!



The World According To Jeff Goldblum


Best in Dough

Best in Snow


Everything’s Trash

Little Demon

Love in the Time of Corona



The Premise


The Quest

Y: The Last Man