As the calendar page flips to a new week of September, Netflix subscribers have to bid adieu to more films and series. However, with only a handful of titles exiting, this week’s departures shouldn’t pinch too hard.
As these titles depart, Netflix continues to make way for new and exciting content for its global audience.
Kicking off the week’s departures on September 4th is The Debt Collector, a 2018 action-packed thriller. The Jesse V. Johnson directorial follows a British martial arts expert who ends up working for the mob as a debt collector.
Moving on to September 6th, Nigerian political drama Shadow Parties and teen fantasy flick Vampire Academy take their leave from the platform. Shadow Parties, released in 2021, explores the intrigue and complexities of a family caught between dangerous power plays. Vampire Academy, based on the bestselling novels by Richelle Mead, explores a world of supernatural beings, vampires, and magic.
September 7th marks the departure of Life Sentence season one, which is about a girl named Stella who “finds out that her terminal cancer is cured,” and now “she must learn to live with all the choices she made when deciding to live like she was dying.”
That Thing Called Tadhana, a Filipino romantic drama is also set to depart this week. September 8th brings two more Filipino romantic film farewells: Starting Over Again and The Love Affair.
If you were planning on watching any of these shows and films, make sure to catch them this week before they leave Netflix.
Every movie and series leaving Netflix this week:
- The Debt Collector (2018)
- Shadow Parties (2020)
- Vampire Academy (2014)
- Life Sentence (Season 1)
- That Thing Called Tadhana (2015)
- Starting Over Again (2014)
- The Love Affair (2015)