It's mostly good news for Netflix subscribers in the U.S. who are fans of BBC TV programs. The subscription TV service cut a new deal earlier this week that will keep many of the most popular BBC shows around for another year.
Here is a rundown of the complete list. Please note that some BBC shows are still expiring on February 1, including "Blackadder," "Gavin & Stacey" and "Little Britain." Click here to see the regularly updated list of titles set to expire from Netflix.
Allosaurus: Walking With Dinosaurs Special (2001)
This documentary centers on Big Al, the most intact Allosaurus skeleton ever found, and the kind of life this dinosaur may have experienced on earth.
Auschwitz: Inside The Nazi State (2005)
This documentary series tackles one of history's most disquieting subjects: the Holocaust and the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.This documentary series tackles one of history's most disquieting subjects: the Holocaust and the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
Classic Dr. Who (1964-1989)
These early seasons of the show follow the Doctor and his companions, who travel through time and space in a miraculous police box called the TARDIS.
Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story (2003)
This documentary follows the story of Verus, a fierce gladiator who rose to stardom in ancient Rome and fought to win his freedom from slavery.
Set in 1860s New York City, this gripping crime series centers on rugged Irish cop Kevin Corcoran, who works the notorious Five Points neighborhood.
David Attenborough: Wildlife Specials (2008)
Naturalist David Attenborough travels to stunning locations and gets up-close footage of polar bears, leopards and other amazing creatures.
Dr. Who (2005-2012)
An updated incarnation of everybody's favorite time-traveling Doctor sets about fighting nefarious aliens and other foes in this epic sci fi series.
Blending archival film, dramatizations and special effects, this documentary recounts the world's first nuclear attack and examines the repercussions.
Keeping Up Appearances (1990)
This series follows the antics of Hyacinth Bucket, whose insistence on proper form at all times is a perpetual thorn in the side of her husband.
A dedicated urban detective tries to keep a grip on his personal life while dealing with the psychological factors underlying the crimes he solves.
Monarch Of The Glen (2000-2004)
Summoned back to his Scottish Highlands home, a young London restaurateur assumes the role of Laird to restore his eccentric family's fortunes.
North & South (2004)
When her father moves his family to an industrial mill town, the parson's daughter, Margaret Hale, struggles to adapt to her harsh new surroundings.
This sci-fi drama focuses on a frontier town on the planet Carpathia, a region colonized by settlers who fleed war and nuclear devastation on Earth.
Pompeii: The Last Day (2003)
Visit the fabled "vanished city" on its last day, when Vesuvius erupted in a 24-hour reign of terror that covered the ancient town with volcanic ash.
When flu decimates the world's population, a scrappy group of survivors struggle to live in a world without electricity, running water or government.
The Blue Planet: A Natural History Of The Oceans (2011)
David Attenborough narrates this definitive exploration of the marine world, from the familiar to the unknown, revealing the sea and its communities.
The Buccaneers (1995)
Four sisters shunned as "new money" by elitist New York society travel to London to look for husbands, where they're courted by numerous suitors.
The Life Of Birds (1998)
Researchers traverse the globe, exploring 42 countries and examining more than 300 species of birds in David Attenborough's lively documentary series.
The Life Of Mammals (2002)
David Attenborough hosts this in-depth examination of mammals, from the smallest shrew to the biggest whales and the most advanced primates.
Top Gear (2003-2013)
Jeremy Clarkson and his crew of car lovers test the limits of luxury vehicles in this hit show that also features celebrities racing on a test track.
This "Doctor Who" spinoff follows the fight against hostile aliens by the Torchwood Institute team, with the enigmatic Capt. Jack Harkness in command.
In a picturesque and once-peaceful province of Sweden, disillusioned police inspector Kurt Wallander probes a shocking spate of baffling murders.
Wild China (2008)
This six-part series uncovers some of the most exotic and uncharted natural habitats hidden within the vast and diverse topography of China.