Leo fans, prepare yourselves. We’re sorry to have to say this, but “Titanic” is sailing away from Netflix.

Beginning August 1st, Netflix will lose several programs, the most notable of which is the epic “Titanic.” But it’ll be okay, everyone. We’re sure your hearts will go on.

For those of you who neither knew nor cared that “Titanic” was on Netflix, other classics such as “Driving Miss Daisy” will no longer be available on everyone’s favorite video streaming service. Check EW.com for the full list of shows and movies expiring in July. And act fast — this may be your last chance to see “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” before it’s lost to wherever movies go now that Blockbuster is dead.

But it’s not all bad news: Netflix has an equally long list of shows and movies that will become available online throughout August. We’re most excited about finally getting to watch “Girl Meets World” and complaining about how it’s not as good as the original, but less cynical movie and TV fans can enjoy “The Hurt Locker,” “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” and the latest seasons of “Once Upon a Time” and “Revenge” in August.

You can see the full list of Netflix’s new programs for August at EW.com.

And we can all thank Netflix for getting us through these last weeks of summer with a new shows to binge-watch.