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

This week, Netflix bids farewell to a few more titles, including a few originals. On May 22nd, Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theatre takes its final bow, showcasing a collection of enchanting animated short films that have captured viewers’ hearts. May 23rd marks the departure of The Suit, a story about two struggling friends who don police costumes for a party but are mistaken for real cops, leading them on a wild adventure.

May 24th brings two farewells. First, Azzurri – Road to Wembley concludes its exhilarating football journey with the Italian national team. Illang: The Wolf Brigade, a Korean-language Netflix Original sci-fi thriller set in a dystopian future, exits with its intense battles and gripping suspense.

On May 25th, say goodbye to Youssef Chahine’s The Other. May 26th sees the departure of two Netflix Originals: Sara’s Notebook and Something in the Rain. The Netflix blurb for Sara’s Notebook reads, “A naive Madrid lawyer travels to Africa to search for her younger sister, who has gone missing in a part of Congo plagued by violence and strife.”

Finally, on May 28th, Netflix bids farewell to Collateral Beauty, directed by David Frankel and written by Allan Loeb, the Will Smith, Edward Norton, Keira Knightley and Helen Mirren film is a touching drama exploring love and loss. 

From animated wonders to gripping dramas and thrilling mysteries, here’s your last opportunity to enjoy these offerings on the streaming platform one last time.

Every series and film leaving Netflix this week:

May 22nd

  • Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theatre (2018)

May 23rd

  • The Suit (2018)

May 24th

  • Azzurri – Road to Wembley (2021)
  • Illang: The Wolf Brigade (2018), Netflix Original

May 25th

  • The Other (1999)

May 26th

  • Sara’s Notebook (2018), Netflix Original 
  • Something in the Rain (Season 1), Netflix Original 

May 28th

  • Collateral Beauty (2016)