What’s leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in September / October 2022?
James R | On 23, Sep 2022
As the UK continues to navigate its way out of the Covid-19 pandemic, Amazon Prime Video’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows is a useful resource for keeping entertained indoors. But before you start bingeing through the line-up, don’t miss out on catching up with some old and new gems before their rights expire.
This is your last chance to stream the following with Amazon Prime UK:
Carol – 27th September
Gorgeous, uplifting and heartbreaking, Carol is an elegant portrait of desire and restraint.
The Imitation Game – 27th September
Benedict Cumberbatch is brilliant in The Imitation Game, an aptly formulaic story about mathematical genius Alan Turing.
The Guilty – 30th September
This riveting close-quarters thriller dials into one man’s conscience with unflinching intensity.
Belle – 30th September
Gugu Mbatha-Raw delivers an incredible performance in this remarkable, important period drama.
Paw Patrol: Season 1 to 6 – 30th September
Six heroic puppies are led by a tech-savvy 10-year-old in this animated series that parents will need no introduction to.
SpongeBob SquarePants: Season 1 to 2 – 30th September
He lives in a pineapple under the sea…
The Legend of Korra: Season 1 to 4 – 30th September
If you’ve seen the fantastic animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender (also leaving on the same day), then make sure you check out its sequel. The Daytime Emmy Award-winning series follows Avatar Korra trying to defend Republic City from spiritual and physical evil forces. The result is epic, stunning, ambitious and brilliant.
Reservoir Dogs – 1st October
“Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right..”
Sabrina: The Teenage Witch: Season 1 to 7 – 1st October
Melissa Joan Hart is on iconic form in this 90s TV sitcom based on the comic books about a teenage witch.
My Wife And Kids: Season 1 to 5 – 1st October
Damon Wayans is on charming form in this 2001 sitcom about a put-upon family man trying to live a traditional life.
The Exorcist: Season 1 to 2 – 1st October
This smart expansion of William Friedkin’s movie is genuinely scary television.
A Few Good Men – 1st October
“You can’t handle the truth!”
127 Hours – 1st October
Short, sharp and superbly acted, Danny Boyle’s true-life thriller is an incredible story of survival.
Dune (1984) – 1st October
Don’t miss your chance to catch David Lynch’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel.
Pride – 1st October
This sincere tale of acceptance, support and celebration is an irresistible, feel-good gem.
Wimbledon – 1st October
Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst are a winning match in this charming tennis rom-com.
3:10 to Yuma (2007) – 2nd October
Explosive yet character-driven, this Western remake has energy to spare.
Dirty Dancing – 2nd October
“I’ve had the time of my life…”
Shaun the Sheep The Movie – 2nd October
Shaun the Sheep’s first feature-length outing is a perfectly contained piece of entertainment that mines each frame for every possible laugh.
Enemy at the Gates – 3rd October
Vasily Zaytsev, a Russian sniper, gains notoriety for killing numerous Nazis during the Battle of Stalingrad. Major Konig of Germany is then tasked to get retribution and kill Zaytsev. Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Ed Harris and Joseph Fiennes star in this gripping, low-key war thriller.
The Descendants – 3rd October
A brilliantly downbeat turn from George Clooney grounds this bittersweet but predictable comedy-drama.
Requiem for a Dream – 3rd October
Darren Aronofsky’s searing 2000 drama is a graphic depiction of the consequences of drug addiction.
In the Loop – 4th October
A quick-fire assault on your funny bone, In the Loop is a stroke of British genius. Profane, profound and permanently relevant.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – 6th October
Garth Jennings’ big screen adaptation of Douglas Adams’ world hits the tone bang on the head.
Showgirls – 6th October
Elizabeth Berkley plays a Las Vegas dancer clawing her way to the top in Paul Verhoeven’s gloriously trashy cult favourite.
Source Code – 6th October
Source Code matches confident mainstream entertainment with indie sci-fi smarts.
Parasite – 7th October
Bong Joon-ho’s thrilling tale of families divided by class deftly switches from one genre to another.
The Wrestler – 7th October
A return to form for Rourke and Aronofsky, The Wrestler is a beautifully crafted film.
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World – 7th October
Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany are superb in Peter Weir’s 19th-century seafaring drama, which follows Captain Jack Aubrey of the Man-of-War HMS Surprise, who is under orders to sink or capture the French privateer Acheron.
Other titles leaving Amazon Prime in September / October 2022:
Life as We Know It
The Angry Birds Movie 2
The Love Punch
Made in Italy
Victorious: Season 1 to 4
Rugrats: Season 1 to 2
iCarly: Season 1 to 5
Kung Fu Panda: Legends: Season 1 to 3
Team Umizoomi: Season 1 to 3
Avatar: Season 1 to 3
Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades Darker
The Other Guys
Bringing Down the House
Battle – Los Angeles
Sleepless in Seattle
The Happytime Murders
Underworld: Blood Wars
Blaze and the Monster Machines: Season 1 to 4
90210 (2008): Season 1 to 5
The Bernie Mac Show: Season 1 to 5
Confessions of a Shopaholic
Year One Unrated
The Bling Ring
The Day After Tomorrow
The Devil Wears Prada
Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit
All Is True
End of Watch
The Iron Lady
I Give It A Year
A Good Year
Gone In Sixty Seconds
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Parasite: Black and White Version