Netflix has a lineup of departures ready to leave the platform for this week. Most aren’t significant misses, so hopefully, they will make space for some good stuff coming our way.
Kicking off the list on July 10th is 12 Strong (2018), a war drama based on true events that showcase the resilience of a group of soldiers in the aftermath of 9/11. Next up, we have Finding Hubby (2020), a romantic comedy that follows the misadventures of a young woman searching for love.
Next leaving is The Stand-Up (2019), a stand-up comedy special featuring the comedy group Na Stojáka. On July 11th, the reality dance competition series Baby Ballroom as seasons one and two are leaving Netflix. Then, on July 13th, two comedy specials exit: D.L. Hughley: Clear (2014) and Tom Segura: Completely Normal (2014).
On July 16th, Pan (2015), directed by Joe Wright, a reimagining of the beloved Peter Pan tale, bids adieu. This Changes Everything (2019), the searing documentary on Hollywood’s sexism, leaves as well. Directed by Tom Donahue, this docu-film offers a candid exploration of the gender inequality that permeates the entertainment industry.
It particularly sheds light on the struggles faced by women in Hollywood. The film features many influential voices, including renowned actors like Meryl Streep, Geena Davis, and Jessica Chastain, who shared their personal experiences with sexism in the industry.
And that is not all; a few more leave this week as a part of the clean-up happening in July.
What’s leaving Netflix this week?
- 12 Strong (2018)
- Finding Hubby (2020)
- The Stand-Up (2019)
- The Tour (2016)
- Baby Ballroom (Seasons 1-2) Netflix Original Removal
- D.L. Hughley: Clear (2014)
- Tom Segura: Completely Normal (2014)
- Day of Destiny (2021)
- It Follows (2015)
- SAS: Rise of the Black Swan (2021)
- Married at First Sight (Season 11)
- Pan (2015)
- This Changes Everything (2019)