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All the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in September 2023

Some titles are being removed in just the UK or US, while others are being removed in both countries  (Netflix)
Some titles are being removed in just the UK or US, while others are being removed in both countries (Netflix)

This September, Netflix is removing several movies and TV shows from its library. Over the next 30 days, you can expect to potentially notice some of your favourite flicks gone from the popular streaming service.

Some titles are removed in the UK, while others are removed in the US, and some in both countries. The list below reveals where a title will be removed in the UK or the US - where no territory is listed next to the title, this means it will be leaving both.

Here are all the movies and TV shows Netflix will soon be saying goodbye to.

Which movies and TV shows are being removed from Netflix and when?

Movies

September 1

  • Æon Flux – UK

  • Airport – US

  • Airport ’77 – US

  • Airport 1975 – US

  • American Graffiti – US

  • American Hustle – US

  • The Bad Guys – US

  • Big Stan – UK

  • Blades of Glory – UK

  • Bring It On: Fight to the Finish – UK

  • Bruce Almighty – US

  • Charlie Wilson’s War – US

  • Chicken Run– US

  • Children of the Sea – US

  • Cop Land – UK

  • The Core – UK

  • The Dictator – US

  • The Dilemma – US

  • Easy A – US

  • Garbage

  • The Great Beauty – UK

  • Hop – US

  • The Huntsman: Winter’s War – UK

  • If Beale Street Could Talk – US

  • The Italian Job (2003) – US

  • Janoskians: Untold and Untrue – US

  • Jarhead – US

  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius – US

  • Kicking & Screaming (2005) – US

  • The Kingdom (2007) – US

  • A Knight’s Tale – US

  • Life – UK

  • Little Man – UK

  • Magic Mike – US

  • Magic Mike XXL – US

  • Mean Girls – US

  • Meet the Fockers – US

  • Michael Jackson’s This Is It – UK

  • Midnight Express – UK

  • Never Back Down – UK

  • Once Again

  • Open Season – US

  • Open Season 2 – US

  • The Other Boleyn Girl – US

  • Paranormal Activity – US

  • Peter Pan (2003) – US

  • The Poison Rose – US

  • The Ring (2003) – US

  • Rise of the Guardians – US

  • Road House – US

  • Rush Hour – US

  • Rush Hour 2 – US

  • Rush Hour 3 – US

  • Salt – US

  • The Scorpion King – US

  • Secret Window – US

  • Seven Years in Tibet – US

  • She’s Gotta Have It

  • Sleepless in Seattle – US

  • Still Alice – US

  • Snatch – UK

  • Son of Rambow – UK

  • Take the Ball, Pass the Ball – US

  • The Tale of Despereaux – US

  • Tears of the Sun – US

  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day – US

  • The Thing (2011) – US

  • 13 Going on 30 – UK

  • Unleashed – US

  • Vanilla Sky – UK

  • Without a Paddle – UK

September 2

  • Ave Mater – UK

  • Christmas Tree Upside Down – UK

  • Fifty Shades Darker – UK

  • Jimmy Jones – UK

  • Sutton’s Case – UK

  • The Unholy – UK

  • 3 September

  • The Debt Collector

  • Never Back Down: Revolt – US

September 4

  • Everyday I Love You – UK

  • Night of Knots – UK

  • No Other Woman – UK

  • Toll Booth – UK

  • You’re My Boss – UK

September 5

  • Touch Your Heart – UK

September 6

  • Vampire Academy – US

September 7

  • The Love Affair

  • Sisterakas – UK

  • Starting Over Again

  • That Thing Called Tadhana

September 8

  • The Big Ugly – UK

September 10

  • Here Are the Young Men – UK

  • Killer Elite – UK

  • Lying and Stealing – UK

  • Satria Heroes: Revenge of the Darkness

September 14

  • Colette – US

  • Finally Found Someone – US

  • Seven Sundays

September 15

  • Barcelona: A Love Untold – US

  • Crazy Beautiful You – US

  • Everything About Her – US

  • Footloose (2011)

  • A Love Story – US

  • The Karate Kid (1984) – UK

  • The Karate Kid (2010) – UK

  • The Karate Kid Part II (1986) – UK

  • The Karate Kid Part III (1989) – UK

  • The Next Karate Kid (1994) – UK

September 16

  • Wish Upon a Unicorn – US

September 17

  • Chappie – UK

  • Residue

  • The Courier – UK

September 21

  • High & Low The Red Rain – US

  • How High 2 – US

  • Jiu Jitsu – US

September 23

  • Boiling Point – UK

  • In Darkness – US

September 25

  • My Mother’s Wound

September 30

  • Annihilation – US

TV shows

September 1

  • Age of Rebellion

  • Blue Exorcist – US

  • Alice – UK

  • Clique – UK

  • Do You Like Brahms? – UK

  • Erased – US

  • Gogglesprogs – UK

  • Moving Art

  • Mrs Wilson – UK

  • The Promised Neverland – US

  • Scream – US

  • Sister, Sister – US

  • Sisters – Netflix Original

September 6

  • Shadow Parties

September 7

  • Life Sentence – US

  • The Originals – US

  • Valor – US

September 11

  • Girlfriends – US

September 13

  • Black Lagoon – UK

September 14

  • 3 Wives One Husband – UK

  • Cabins in the Wild with Dick Strawbridge – UK

  • How to Live Mortgage Free with Sarah Beeny – UK

  • Kiri – UK

September 15

  • Flowers – UK

  • Shooter – Netflix Original – UK

September 20

  • The Accident – UK

  • National Treasure (2016) – UK

September 27

  • Fresh Meat  – UK

Documentaries

September 1

  • Alias JJ: La Celebridad Del Mal – US

  • Capitalism: A Love Story – UK

  • I Survived A Crime – US

  • Luv Kushh – US

  • Snervous Tyler Oakley – US

September 2

  • The Magic of the Diary of Anne Frank –UK

September 14

  • Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal – UK

September 20

  • The Royal Wives of Windsor – UK

September 22

  • Europe’s Most Dangerous Man: Otto Skorzeny in Spain – UK

Comedy

September 17

  • Sebastian Maniscalco: What’s Wrong with People? – UK

Kids

September 1

  • LEGO Marvel Avengers: Climate Conundrum – UK

September 16

  • VeggieTales in the City

  • We Wish Upon a Unicorn – US

September 17

  • Tayo and Little Wizards

  • Anime

September 1

  • Fate/Grand Order -First Order- – US

  • InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time – US

  • InuYasha the Movie 2: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass – US

  • InuYasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler – US

  • InuYasha the Movie 4: Fire on the Mystic Island – US

Why does Netflix remove movies and TV shows?

Licensing agreements mean that movies and TV shows have a "shelf life" in which they can be stored on the service. Netflix’s website states: "Netflix licences TV shows and movies from studios around the world. Though we strive to keep the titles you want to watch, some titles do leave Netflix because of licensing agreements."

When a TV show or movie licence is expiring, Netflix considers if the rights to the title are still available as well as how popular it is in each reason and the cost to licence.

"If a TV show or movie is renewed, it remains on Netflix for you to enjoy. If a title isn’t renewed, we’ll give you a heads up when it’s about to leave," Netflix says.