Every film and series leaving Netflix this week: April 2024
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Every film and series leaving Netflix this week: April 2024

As April draws to a close, Netflix bids farewell to a selection of films and series, giving viewers their last chance to catch these titles before they depart the streaming platform. 

On April 22nd, you will have to say goodbye to The Meg, a sci-fi action film directed by Jon Turteltaub. Starring Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, and Rainn Wilson, the movie follows a group of scientists who encounter a massive prehistoric shark while exploring the ocean. Also departing on the same day is Train to Busan, a South Korean zombie apocalypse thriller directed by Yeon Sang-ho. This intense and gripping film follows passengers on a train journey as they fight for survival against a horde of zombies.

April 25th marks the departure of Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight, a Western thriller set in post-Civil War Wyoming. Featuring an ensemble cast including Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, the film follows a group of strangers who seek refuge during a blizzard, but soon things escalate. Additionally, the extended version of The Hateful Eight series will also be leaving Netflix.

Kung Fu Panda 3 also bids farewell on April 25th, concluding the animated trilogy directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson and Alessandro Carloni. With a star-studded voice cast including Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, and Dustin Hoffman, the film follows Po, the lovable panda, as he embraces his role as the Dragon Warrior and faces a new villain threatening the harmony of the kung fu world.

The courtroom drama Shepherds and Butchers, directed by Oliver Schmitz, leaves as well. It examines the moral complexities of the South African justice system. Additionally, both Sniper: Ultimate Kill and Sniper: Assassin’s End depart, offering fans of action-packed thrillers their last chance to catch these adrenaline-fueled tales of sharpshooting prowess.

Finally, on April 26th, James Wan’s Malignant exits Netflix. This horror thriller stars Annabelle Wallis as Madison Mitchell, a woman plagued by terrifying visions of grisly murders that lead her to confront a dark chapter from her past. Loving is Losing, a romantic drama exploring the complexities of love and relationships, leaves too, along with Njan Prakashan, a Malayalam-language comedy-drama starring Fahadh Faasil that follows the humorous misadventures of a young man in pursuit of success and love.

And there are more titles that are leaving the platform this week. So, make sure you catch these before they leave because you never know when they will be available to stream again!

April 22

  • The Meg (2018)
  • Train to Busan (2016)
  • Perfume Imaginary Museum “Time Warp” (2020)

April 25

  • The Hateful Eight (2015)
  • The Hateful Eight: Extended Version, season 1
  • Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)
  • Shepherds and Butchers (2016)
  • Sniper: Ultimate Kill (2017)
  • Sniper: Assassin’s End (2020)

April 26

  • Malignant (2021)
  • Loving is Losing (2019)
  • Njan Prakashan (2018)