Titles Leaving Netflix UK in July 2019

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Summer is in full swing but that doesn’t mean Netflix takes a break from removing titles from your library. Worry not as there is still plenty of titles heading your way in the UK too. Sadly we’re here to report on the titles leaving soon, so let’s take a look at all the titles scheduled to leave for Netflix UK in July 2019.

The biggest shock for July is the Knights of Sidonia is scheduled to leave Netflix. We’re surprised the anime series is scheduled to leave because of its status as a Netflix Original. Despite its classification, the series was always an international distribution exclusive, therefore, its license with Netflix must soon be expiring. To find out more on why Knights of Sidonia is leaving check here.

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We’re still tracking what’s leaving Netflix UK in June so make sure you’re all caught up on all the latest titles that have left the UK.

Like the month before, we’re beginning to see an exodus of Korean titles leaving Netflix. Fans shouldn’t worry too much as they will likely be licensed again in the future. Even if Netflix isn’t to renew those particular shows we can always expect new titles to arrive soon.

Note: This article is ongoing and therefore doesn’t represent the full list. New titles get announced for removal roughly 30 days beforehand plus an additional list is provided by Netflix towards the end of the proceeding month.


The Full List of Titles Leaving Netflix UK in July 2019

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 1st

  • A Monster Calls (2016)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 2nd

  • Diamond Cartel (2017)
  • Don’t Knock Twice (2016)
  • Extraordinary: The Stan Romanek Story (2017)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 3rd

  • Admission (2013)
  • Queen of the Desert (2015)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 4th

  • Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)
  • Fargo (1996)
  • Split (2016)
  • Stigmata (1999)
  • The Amityville Horror (2005)
  • Uptown Girls (2003)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 5th

  • Combat Countdown (1 Season)
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 6th

  • The Armor of Light (2015)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 7th

  • Ae Fond Kiss (2004)
  • Cold Water Cowboys (1 Season)
  • Frenemies: Loyalty Turned Lethal (1 Season)
  • Vinnie Jones: World’s Toughest Cops (1 Season)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 9th

  • All the Queen’s Horses (2017)
  • Mateo (2015)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 13th

  • Cheo-Yong (2 Seasons)
  • El Capo – El Amo del Tunel (1 Season)
  • Quiz From God (4 Seasons)
  • Samurai Champaloo (1 Season)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 14th

  • Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (8 Seasons)
  • Hollywood Weapons: Fact or Fiction (2 Seasons)
  • Super Fan Builds (1 Season)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 21st

  • Project Runway (2 Seasons)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 22nd

  • Big Dreams, Small Spaces (3 Seasons)
  • Hollywood Darlings (Season 1)
  • Monty Don’s French Gardens (Season 1)
  • Monty Don’s Italian Gardens (Season 1)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 24th

  • Buddha Sutra (2015)
  • Ithihas Ki Thali (2015)
  • Kissa Currency Ka (2015)
  • Samagri, Sampatti aur Sauda
  • The Great Escape (2016)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 30th

  • Mr. Young (2013)

What’s Leaving Netflix UK on July 31st

  • Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (2 Seasons)
  • Campus (1 Season)
  • Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (2 Seasons)
  • Elfen Lied (1 Season)
  • Genius (1 Season)
  • Great Interior Design Challenge (2 Seasons)
  • How Clean Is Your Crime Scene (1 Season)
  • Little Dorrit (1 Season)
  • Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (1 Season)
  • Man & Beast with Martin Clunes (1 Season)
  • Precision: The Measure of All Things (1 Season)
  • Small Animal Hospital (1 Season)
  • Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (2014)
  • Tenkai Knights (1 Season)
  • The Gods of Wheat Street (1 Season)
  • World War 2 in Colour (1 Season)
  • Worst Cooks in America (1 Season)

Which titles will you be sad to see leave Netflix UK? Let us know in the comments below!

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