It’s time to say “bye-bye Lil’ Sebastian,” and bid farewell to Leslie Knope too. Amy Poehler’s lovable character will exit Netflix when “Parks and Recreation” leaves the streaming service at the end of September.

The company announced that “Parks and Recreation” Seasons 1-7 are all leaving Netflix. Fans can’t escape to Pawnee on Hulu after Sept. 30 either. NBC is taking back the sitcom for its own streaming service, Peacock. Luckily, the new streaming service has a free tier, so fans can still re-watch their favorite episodes with Ben, Andy, Ron, Tom, Donna, Ann and April.

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“Parks And Recreation” is leaving on Sept. 30, making it the first title on Netflix’s list of October titles disappearing. However, it won’t be the last. Check out the full list of titles leaving Netflix over the next month, which includes the “Underworld” movies, “Just Friends,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and more fan favorites. 

Sept. 30

  • “Parks & Recreation” Seasons 1-7

Oct. 1

  • “Emelie”
  • “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”
  • “Sleeping with Other People”

Oct. 2

  • “Cult of Chucky”
  • “Truth or Dare”

Oct. 6

Oct. 7

Oct. 17

Oct. 19

Oct. 22

Oct. 26

  • “Battle: Los Angeles”

Oct. 30

Oct. 31

  • “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective”
  • “Burlesque”
  • “Charlotte’s Web”
  • “Clash of the Titans”
  • “District 9”
  • “The Firm”
  • “Fun with Dick & Jane”
  • “The Girl with All the Gifts”
  • “Grandmaster”
  • “Highway to Heaven” Seasons 1-5
  • “The Interview”
  • “Just Friends”
  • “Magic Mike”
  • “Nacho Libre”
  • “The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!”
  • “The NeverEnding Story”
  • “The NeverEnding Story 2: The Next Chapter”
  • “Nights in Rodanthe”
  • “The Patriot”
  • “Set Up”
  • “The Silence of the Lambs”
  • “Sleepless in Seattle”
  • “Sleepy Hollow”
  • “Spaceballs”
  • “The Taking of Pelham 123”
  • “The Ugly Truth”
  • “Underworld”
  • “Underworld: Evolution”
  • “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans”
  • “Zathura”

Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope “Parks and Recreation” will leave Netflix for Peacock. Photo: NBC