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Netflix has revealed that there are various shows that will only be available for a few more weeks until they are removed from the streaming site.
From TV shows to movies, Netflix has an amazing selection of shows. The site refreshes its content constantly and the brand has recently announced that there will be a variety of shows that will be leaving in June 2021.
So here is a breakdown of all the top shows and films that are leaving the platform, so you can binge-watch them all before they leave the site!
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There are some fantastic films that are sadly going to be leaving Netflix in June 2021. So it's bad news for those of us who are romantics at heart because Netflix is getting rid of various different films in the romance genre.
Pride and Prejudice (2005)—the film with Kiera Knightly, not the TV series with Colin Firth—will be removed from Netflix on June 30th. Similarly, the romantic drama Five Feet Apart (2019) will also be leaving the streaming platform on June 15th.
The cult gothic classic, Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992), starring Gary Oldman, Keanu Reeves and Winona Rider will also be leaving the site on June 28th.
The site has also decided to let go of some of their comedy classics from their streaming platform. Netflix is getting rid of the Hangover trilogy (2009-2013) which will is leaving the site on June 6th. Comedy reboot of the Ocean's series, Ocean’s 8 (2018), will also be leaving the site on June 20th.
The site is also getting rid of nostalgic rom-com Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008), and the raunchy comedy starring Cameron Diaz, Bad Teacher (2011).
The site has also elected to lose some fantastic British shows. This includes the comedy classics, Outnumbered (2007) and The Office (U.K 2001).
Action film Bridge of Spies (2015), Inception (2010), and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) will also be leaving Netflix at various stages of the month.
So you need to act quickly if you want to catch all of these great films and TV shows on Netflix before they move away from the site. But don't fret if you don't have time to cram them all in, Netflix is always changing their selection and they'll likely come back onto the platform at some point in the future.
Plus, there are some other great TV shows to binge-watch that you can watch in plenty of other places too. Find out how to watch Married at First Sight Australia here, the hit dating show that took the world by storm earlier this year. Also, discover how to watch Gossip Girl online here—you won't regret tuning into the dramatic NYC drama...
Laura is a news writer for woman&home who primarily covers entertainment and celebrity news. Laura dabbles in lifestyle, royal, beauty, and fashion news, and loves to cover anything and everything to do with television and film. She is also passionate about feminism and equality and loves writing about gender issues and feminist literature.
Laura loves drinking and eating and can often be found trying to get reservations at London's trendiest restaurants. When she's not wining and dining, Laura can also be found travelling, baking, and hiking with her dog.
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