What’s leaving Netflix UK in September / October 2020?
While people still navigate their way through the coronavirus pandemic and work out when it’s safe to go outdoors, Netflix UK’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows remains a vital resource for keeping entertained indoors.
But before you start bingeing through its new originals, don’t miss out on catching up with some other gems before their rights expire and they head to another service, such as Disney+ or BritBox, or just disappear into the digital ether.
This is your last chance to stream the following on Netflix UK:
The Boxtrolls – 25th September
Loosely based on a story from Alan Snow’s novel, Here Be Monsters!, The Boxtrolls takes place in the weird town of Cheesebridge, beneath which a race of Womble-like foragers live. Essential viewing for the little weirdoes in your life.
I Origins – 25th September
This open-minded sci-fi from Another Earth’s Mike Cahill and Brit Marling takes a long hard look at what makes us human and then asks: what if?
Tully – 26th September
This frankly funny, movingly intimate drama delivers on its premise with quiet surprise.
Downsizing – 27th September
Alexander Payne’s ambitious, high-concept comedy struggles to find focus or perspective.
The Villainess – 27th September
Bloody, violent, and absolutely exhilarating, this female-led revenge thriller is guaranteed to get your heart racing.
Hannibal – 28th September
Don’t miss your chance to catch up with one of the most underrated TV shows of recent years, with Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen on deliciously good form in this prequel to The Silence of the Lambs.
Eddie the Eagle – 29th September
Dexter Fletcher’s underdog sports movie is heartwarming and uplifting in a way that is utterly disarming.
The Wizard of Oz – 29th September
This effortlessly iconic family adventure is a masterclass in fantastical cinema.
Big Night – 30th September
A failing Italian restaurant run by two brothers gambles on one special night to try to save the business.
Blue Velvet – 30th September
Don’t miss the chance to go back to David Lynch’s seminal, surreal satire, which sees an innocent man get mixed up in a small-town murder mystery involving a kinky nightclub singer and a kidnapper with a penchant for snorting helium.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 30th September
Matthew Broderick is iconic form in this comedy about a high-school slacker who skips school for a day in Chicago.
Ghostbusters 2 – 30th September
The Ghostbusters’ services are required again when a series of events involving ectoplasmic slime threaten the city and Dana’s baby.
Wynonna Earp – 30th September
Can you say Buffy the Vampire Slayer? The creators of this highly entertaining adaptation of Beau Smith’s comic book clearly can.
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in September / October 2020:
25th September Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan
26th September Fred: The Movie
27th September 5cm Single The Sinking of Van Der Wijck Social Animals
29th September Nine Lives No Escape Pixels Seven Psychopaths Terminator: Genisys
300 Miles to Heaven A Year of the Quiet Sun Aashayein Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Arena The Betrayed Bhool Bhulaiyaa Burnistoun Chewing the Fat Cold Skin The Cruise Dueños del paraiso Escape from the “Liberty” Cinema Fish Don’t Blink Fishtail He’s Just Not That Into You Hotel Pacific (Zaklete rewiry) How to Be a Latin Lover Humko Deewana Kar Gaye Ice Guardians Jealousy and medicine (Zazdrosc i medycyna) Kajraare Karzzzz Katt Williams: Live La Doña (Lady Altagracia) Ladies in Black Lockout The lynx (Rys) Maniac (2012) The Mask You Live In Mean Streets (1973) Medium My Babysitter’s a Vampire The NeverEnding Story Paranormal: White Noise (The Sound) Patiala House Posse The President’s Barber The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Ready Road House Sex and the City: The Movie Shark Tale Shark Tank Sheep & Wolves The spiral (Spirala) Swami Baba Ramdev: The Untold Story Time Out (2018) The Titan (2018) Two Moon Junction Viking Destiny Walking Tall The Water Horse Weather forecast Westerplatte Resists Wrong Side Raju
1st October Bruno and Boots: Go Jump in the Pool Bruno and Boots: The Wizzle War Bruno and Boots: This Can’t Be Happening at Macdonald Hall Dog Days
6th October Frequency
10th October Abnormal Summit Chef & My Fridge