Last chance to stream: TV shows and films leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in December 2015
Staff Reporter | On 23, Dec 2015Reading time: 3 mins
It’s the end of 2015 as we know it and so, before we start to look ahead to what’s coming soon to Amazon Prime Video UK in 2016, let’s take a moment to look back at the titles about to depart from the site’s streaming line-up.
There are old Christmas gems and modern world cinema classics, not to mention TV shows such as Battlestar Galactica and Californication. Some dates aren’t confirmed yet – 12 Years a Slave, for example, will be removed at some point in the next few months – but consider this a heads-up to make sure you catch things while you can. That’s especially the case for parents, whose kids may soon be missing the Cartoon Network shows that also recently expired on Netflix UK, from Adventure Time and Regular Show to Samurai Jack and Ben 10.
Here is a full list of the TV shows and films leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in December 2015 and the coming months.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – 30th December
Amazon gives its seasonal selection a much-needed boost with National Lampoon’s seasonal comedy, which sees Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Randy Quaid and more strive to gift-wrap the perfect Christmas for the Griswold family.
The Broken Circle Breakdown – 30th December
“If I needed you, would you comfort me?”
That was a question asked 30 odd years ago by Hank Williams – but never like this. The Broken Circle Breakdown follows the trials of Elise (Veerie Beatens) and Didier (Johan Heldenberg). She a religious tattoo artist, him an atheist with a taste for country music, they fall in love immediately and she ends up joining his group – The Broken Circle Bluegrass Band. That’s when things go wrong. And they keep going wrong for 110 years. Blue Valentine with country music? This is heartbreaking, powerful stuff.
Se7en – 30th December
“Ernest Hemingway once wrote, ‘The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.’ I agree with the second part.” David Fincher’s second film may still be his best, following Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt’s odd-couple detectives investigating a string of horrifying, religious killings.
Dial M for Murder – 30th December
Grace Kelly and Ray Milland star in this Hitchcock classic, which sees a former tennis pro plan to bump off his wife. It’s not top-tier Hitch, but this tense thriller is still a cut above many.
Drug War – 30th December
Johnnie To’s action thriller about a police officer who teams up with a drug lord to get the cartel boss to betray his accomplices is as gripping as it is stylish. In other words, exactly what you expect from the director.
Other titles leaving Amazon Prime Video UK soon
My Own Private Idaho
Where’s Wally: Season 1
Angelina Ballerina: Season 6, 5
Queen of the Damned
Must Love Dogs
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
Big Ass Spider
The Devil’s in the Details
New Year’s Eve
Melissa and Joey: Seasons 1 to 4
New Year’s Day
The Amazing Race: Seasons 20 to 23
30 Rock: Seasons 1 to 3
A Scanner Darkly
Adventure Time: Volume 1
Alias: Seasons 1 to 5
Battlestar Galactica: Seasons 1 to 4
Ben 10: Omniverse, Volume 1 and 2
Ben 10: Season 1
Body of Lies
Californication: Seasons 1 to 7
Castle: Seasons 1 to 6
Chowder: Season 1
Day of the Diesels
Fireman Sam: Seasons 1 to 8
Heroes: Seasons 1 to 3
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
Kipper: Season 5 and 6
Mouk: Season 2
Pingu: Seasons 1 to 4
Red Riding Hood
Regular Show: Volume 1 and 2
Samurai Jack: Season 1 and 2
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Thrones
Sym-Bionic Titan: Season 1
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
The Hangover Part II
The Marvellous Misadventures of Flapjack: Season 1 and 2
The Office: (US): Seasons 1 to 5
The Two Faces of January
The Wizard of Oz
The Wrong Man
Thomas and Friends: Misty Island Rescue
Thomas and Friends: Season 1, 2, 15 and 16
Where Eagles Dare
Where the Wild Things Are
Wrath of the Titans