Every series and film leaving Netflix this week: June 2023
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Every series and film leaving Netflix this week: June 2023

Another week of June has rolled right in and that means more content is leaving Netflix

Kicking off the week on June 5th, Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats bids its final meow. This Netflix Original brought feline enthusiasts a heartwarming exploration of the bond between humans and their furry companions. Even though the Dutch documentary received mixed reviews (some hoped for more depth and drama from even cats), you can tune in for some veritable cuteness before it leaves the platform. 

June 6th sees the removal of A Silent Voice and Project Papa. While the former received widespread acclaim from both audiences and critics, the latter had a more tepid welcome. A Silent Voice is a poignant anime film that tells the story of redemption, forgiveness, and the power of human connection. The blurb of Project Papa on IMDb follows: “When a busy entrepreneur pauses her career to spend time with her ageing father, both learn valuable lessons on happiness, love and living in the moment.”

Next up, on June 9th, Peter Rabbit 2 hops away from Netflix, so catch him one last time before he bids farewell. On June 10th, Bathtubs Over Broadway takes its final bow. This fascinating documentary uncovers the hidden world of corporate musicals. It was praised for its insightful and entertaining exploration of an unusual subject matter. It currently holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Finally, on June 11th, the critically acclaimed Closet Monster exits the Netflix catalogue. This coming-of-age tale explores themes of self-discovery, identity, and acceptance, capturing the emotional journey of a young man navigating his way through adolescence.

June 5

  • Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats (2021) – Netflix Original Removal

June 6

  • A Silent Voice (2016)
  • Project Papa (2018)

June 9

  • Peter Rabbit 2 (2021)

June 10

  • Bathtubs Over Broadway (2018)

June 11

  • Closet Monster (2015)