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Netflix is secretly removing loads of shows and movies this month

Netflix is secretly removing loads of shows and movies this month

There's still time to watch some of them

Netflix is ditching a bunch of shows and movies from its platform this month, meaning you’ve got a limited time to give them a stream.

As you’re probably aware, the streaming platform regularly adds TV shows and films - last month, Netflix added Squid Game: Challenge, the 2019 action Liam Neeson action flick Cold Pursuit, and a ‘disturbing’ new documentary The Psychopath Life Coach.

But of course, to make way for new content - and due to licencing contracts - Netflix also has to remove series and flicks.

The streaming giant doesn’t publish a full list of what’s going, but the folks at the Independent worked with What’s on Netflix to compile the full list.

For reference - this is only the list for the UK and US. When a show is being pulled from only one of those country’s it will have either US or UK next to it, if it’s going from both then it will show neither.

Most disappear today (1 December) but more will be leaving as the month goes on, so have a quick check to make sure you don't miss anything you'd been hoping to watch.

1 December

About Last Night (2014) – US

A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish

American Made – US

The Amazing Spider-Man – US

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – US

Arrival – US

As Good as It Gets – UK

Baby Dolls (2019)

Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (2012) – UK

Cut Bank – US

Dear John – US

The Devil’s Own – US

Effie Gray – US

Fences – US

Ghost Town – UK

Jack Nicholson flick As Good As It Gets leaves Netflix today.
Sony Pictures Releasing

Groundhog Day – US

The Happytime Murders – US

High End Yaariyan – US

Hook – US

The Human Factor – UK

Jindua – US

Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) – UK

Kung Fu Panda 2 – US


The Lazarus Project (2008) – UK

The Ledge – UK

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted – US

Matilda (1996) – US

Mahi NRI


New in Town – US

Pain & Gain – UK

Peppermint (2018) – US

Pitch Perfect – US

The Punisher (2004) – US


Rainbow Time

Return to the Blue Lagoon – UK

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves – UK

Sad Hill Unearthed – UK

Sausage Party – UK

Seven Years in Tibet – UK

Sex and the City: The Movie – US

Sex and the City 2 – US

Shooter – UK

Solace – US

Matilda is leaving the platform, too.
TriStar Pictures

Spanglish – UK

Spider-Man – US

Spider-Man 2 – US

Spider-Man 3 – US

Stand By Me – UK

Stuart Little

Stuart Little 2

Superbad – US

Surf’s Up – US

Takers – US

Teefa in Trouble

Thug Life

Transporter 3 – US

U-Turn (2020)

Up in the Air

Vertical Limit – UK

The Whole Nine Yards – UK

Young Adult – UK

Basketball Wives – US

Call the Midwife – UK

LEGO: Friends – US

2 December

For the Love of Spock

Man of Steel – UK

Couples Come Dine with Me – UK

The Guest – UK

Knightfall – UK

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir – UK

Ready Steady Cook – UK

Travel Man: 48 Hours In – UK

3 December

The Best of Me – UK

Between Maybes

Brother in Love

Bygones Be Bygones

Deliha 2

Kids on the Block

Kill Me If You Dare – UK

Locked on You

Love, Surreal, and Odd – UK

Must Be… Love – UK

My Travel Buddy 2

It’s your last chance to watch Bad Santa 2.

4 December

You Are My Home

5 December

Godzilla (2014)

6 December

One in a Billion

Riddick – UK

Hymn of Death

7 December


Monsters vs Aliens – UK

Zumbo’s Just Desserts

8 December

Bobbleheads: The Movie – US

Other People

100 Days My Prince

Animal Park – UK

9 December

Kalel, 15

Pan’s Labyrinth – UK

10 December

Children of Adam

Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives

Funny Boy


Just the Way You Are

Once Upon a Time

The Panti Sisters

She’s the One

11 December

Asperger’s Are Us

Av: The Hunt – US

12 December

The Island with Bear Grylls – UK

Your Home, Made Perfect – UK

13 December

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America – US

14 December

Tammy – US

Horror flick Dawn of the Dead is leaving Netflix this month.
Universal Pictures

15 December

Bad Santa 2

The Last Legion – UK

The Reason I Jump – US

RED 2 – UK

Sand Storm

Spotlight – US

There Will Be Blood – UK

Vanjagar Ulagam

The Hills – US

Nightflyers (Netflix Original) – UK

16 December



Classic Merry Berry – UK

17 December

45 Years – UK

Dawn of the Dead (2004) – UK

Inkheart – UK


Love You to the Stars and Back

Sakaling Maging Tayo

Ashes of Love

Final Space – UK

Joanna Lumley’s Jewel in the Nile – UK

Mary Berry Everyday – UK

19 December

Armed and Deadly – UK

20 December

Mothering Sunday – UK

Twice Upon a Time

Rhys Nicholson Live at the Athenaeum

21 December

Back of the Net

22 December

Sing 2 – US

The Dog Rescuers

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Topics: Netflix, TV and Film