Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In July
It has unfortunately come to that time of the month when Netflix announces the movies and TV shows that will be removed from the streaming service in the next month.
July will see the loss of a number of lovable titles. To name a few, Batman, Hugo, and Kate & Leopold, are all on the chopping block from the streaming service. Once July is over, multiple beloved flicks that will also be stripped away from Netflix include Blazing Saddles and The Last Samurai.
Even though many of you may be disappointed to see some of your beloved TV shows and movies leaving Netflix, the company has revealed a thrilling list of titles that will be added to the streaming service next month. Check out the full list of movies and TV shows added to Netflix in June here.
Keep scrolling to see the full list of titles leaving Netflix in July.
American Pie Presents: Band Camp
All The Netflix Originals Coming In July
9/11: Stories in Fragments
Secrets: The Sphinx
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
An Unmarried Woman
MacGyver: Seasons 1 - 7
Ghost Whisperer: Seasons 1 - 5
Futurama: Season 6
Netflix Debuts 'Choose Your Own Adventure' TV Shows
Day of the Kamikaze
Mystery Files: Hitler
Mystery Files: Leonardo da Vinci
Nazi Temple of Doom
The Hunt for Bin Laden
The Incredible Bionic Man
History in HD: The Last Bomb
Secrets: A Viking Map?
Secrets: Richard III Revealed
Shuttle Discovery's Last Mission
Titanic's Final Mystery
America's Secret D-Day Disaster
Is The Netflix Business Model Unsustainable?
Blondie's New York
Bombs, Bullets and Fraud
Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes
American Pie Presents: Beta House
American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
While You Were Sleeping
Kate & Leopold
Rest of July
The Last Samurai
Two Weeks Notice
Los Heroes del Norte: Seasons 1 - 2
Adventures of Pepper and Paula
In the Basement
Biggest Questions From 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 5
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
Lessons for a Kiss
All That Glitters
While Netflix may be adding a bunch of awesome shows and movies in July, the company has also been trying to be much more selective about what content is going to be available for streaming. In fact, Netflix has recently canceled several shows. Check out the list of Netflix shows that have been discontinued below.prevnext
Canceled Netflix Shows
After only one season, Netflix decided not to continue with Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down. The streaming service historically gave almost every series a second season but opted out of continuing the musical drama. The Get Down was one of Netflix's most expensive shows, costing about $120 million.
Before the show was canceled Baz Luhrmann explained that he already developed Season 2. However, it will not be seeing the light of day.
"To be honest, we have already developed the opening of the next season," he said, according to Deadline. "Sony and Netflix have been very driven about having a second season. There has been no question about that. They really want it."
After the cancellation, Luhrmann took to Facebook to comment on the situation. The award-winning director claimed that the cause behind the decision to pull the plug was based on the fact that he wasn't going to be able to be heavily involved with the second season.
"This exclusivity has understandably become a sticking point for Netflix and Sony, who have been tremendous partners and supporters of the show," he wrote. "It kills me that I can't split myself into two and make myself available to both productions… But the simple truth is, I make movies."prevnext
Canceled Netflix Shows (cont.)
Another Netflix cancellation worth mentioning is Marco Polo. The series was grandiose in scale and required a significant investment of time and money to bring the epic tale to the screen. Much to the disappointment of the fans, the total viewership numbers, which Netflix does not release in full detail, did not justify the high costs.
Several other shows on Netflix weren't exactly canceled recently but rather were given a definitive ending date. Series like Longmire, The Killing, and family drama Bloodline all fell into this category.
Netflix's first major cancellations came in 2015 when Lilyhammer and Hemlock Grove were given the ax. The former was a Norwegian-American series that lasted four seasons. Hemlock Grove was extended a little more courtesy than Lilyhammer as the producers were informed that there would be no more seasons after the third.
While several of these beloved Netflix shows won't be getting more seasons, there is a number of thrilling titles that are hitting the streaming service in June.prev