While there are countless incredible movies and series coming to Netflix this month, there is only so much space on the streaming platform’s metaphorical shelves. It means that some great titles will be leaving this week.
Of course, the platform has already ditched an incredible amount of titles. Almost every first day of the month, Netflix sheds a whole heap of great content. On July 1st, we lost Psycho, The Departed, and the Austin Powers trilogy, to name a few.
This week will see another ream of series and movies leave the streamer; however, thankfully, they won’t quite be as high profile as the aforementioned movies. Instead, we will lose the 1999 movie Hello Brother the Netflix Original Bangkok Love Stories and other somewhat forgettable projects.
Perhaps the best movie to leave Netflix this week is the 2018 flick Leave No Trace which is one of the streaming platform’s underrated gems. Debra Granik’s writing and direction is powerful and sharp, delivering a movie worthy of your attention.
But, you’ll have to be quick, as it leaves the platform on July 4th. Below, you can find the full list of films and series leaving Netflix this week.
Every movie and series leaving Netflix this week:
- Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection (2019) – Netflix Original Removal
- Bangkok Love Stories: Plead (2019) – Netflix Original Removal
- Hello Brother (1999)
- Hunter in The Blue Side of Manchester (2020)
- King of Peking (2018)
- Leave No Trace (2018)
- Lethal Love (2021)
- A Kid from Coney Island (2019)
- Born Racer (2018)
- The Long Dumb Road (2018)