What’s leaving Netflix UK in June / July 2022?
James R | On 18, Jun 2022
While people still navigate their way out of the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix UK’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows remains a handy 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, or just disappear into the digital ether.
This is your last chance to stream the following on Netflix UK:
There Will Be Blood – 21st June
Paul Thomas Anderson’s tale of America, ambition and the selfishness of man is free-range cinema of the highest quality.
Line of Duty – 23rd June
Don’t miss your chance to catch up with Jed Mercurio’s ridiculously tense tale of bent coppers.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood – 24th June
Tom Hanks and Matthew Rhys are superb in this beautiful, heartfelt tale of kindness and compassion trumping cynicism.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always – 26th June
Eliza Hittman’s powerfully understated abortion drama is a hard but necessary watch. Read our full review
Babyteeth – 29th June
Shannon Murphy’s brilliantly acted coming-of-age drama is a powerful, vibrant, bittersweet gem.
Zoo: Season 1 to 3 – 29th June
This trashy and entertaining tale of an animal uprising is a knowingly thrilling ride.
Cats (2019) – 30th June
Don’t miss your chance to experience this… interesting adaptation of the hit musical.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – 30th June
Action and emotions are gracefully intertwined in Ang Lee’s bewitching, restrained martial arts epic.
Everest – 30th June
A terrific reminder of a mountaineering disaster and foolishness in the face of nature’s indifference.
District 9 – 30th June
Neil Blomkamp and Sharlto Copley shoot to stardom with this slick and compelling sci-fi.
Fly Away Home – 30th June
This not-so-wild goose chase is one of the 1990s’ true unsung family gems.
Moonrise Kingdom – 30th June
Hilariously daft, amiably warm, gorgeously colourful and generally all-round awwww.
Panic Room – 30th June
David Fincher’s underrated home invasion flick is a gripping thriller with a breakout turn from Kristen Stewart.
Rev – 30th June
Reverend Adam Smallbone (Tom Hollander) is a priest in East London. His congregation is shrinking. Rev’s strength has always been in its ability to take the serious with the silly: more sit than com, it’s drama first, entertainment second. The Vicar of Dibley, it ain’t. And it’s all the better for it.
Saint Frances – 30th June
This funny, heart-wrenching tale of a 30-something woman finding herself exudes warmth, kindness and humour.
Humans (2018) – 1st July
Channel 4’s superb sci-fi series is a compelling study of humanity and machines, powered by complex characters.
1917 – 9th July
Sam Mendes’ visceral WWI thriller is as heart-wrenching as it is jaw-dropping.
The Descent – 10th July
One of the scariest horrors of the last 30 years, Neil Marshall’s descent into hellish darkness is terrifyingly simple – and simply terrifying.
Rush – 10th July
Ron Howard’s streamlined story of Formula 1 rivalry delivers a thrilling rush of adrenaline.
Sputnik – 12th July
Egor Abramenko’s confident debut is a wonderfully creepy piece of sci-fi.
Dunkirk – 14th July
This raw, stripped-down war film is a harrowing elegy to British lives lost – and a powerful portrayal of despair in the face of hope.
Kong: Skull Island – 14th July
This vibrant, violent King Kong reboot mixes the thrill of monsters and the fun of world-building in one hairy package.
The Lego Batman Movie – 14th July
Will Arnett is your new favourite Batman in this inspired superhero comedy.
Shaun the Sheep Movie – 14th July
A perfectly contained piece of entertainment that mines each frame for every possible laugh.
Wonder Woman – 14th July
Optimistic, determined and rooted in hopeful strength, Wonder Woman is the superhero movie we need.
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in June / July 2022:
Gone Baby Gone
The Twins Effect II
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
Dolly Parton: Here I Am
Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018
I Am Michael
Les Misérables (2019)
The Mirror Boy
Special 26 (Special Chabbis)
X: Past Is Present
10 jours en or
Anthony Kaun Hai?
Assault on Precinct 13
Bo Burnham: what.
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
The Countess & The Russian Billionaire
The Da Vinci Code
David Foster: Off the Record
Deewana Main Deewana
Fun with Dick & Jane
Hatchimals: Adventures in Hatchtopia
I Am Kalam
In the Name of the Father
Joan Rivers: Don’t Start with Me
Katt Williams: Kattpacalypse
MasterChef UK (Celebrity MasterChef)
MasterChef: The Professionals
Me Before You
My Perfect Romance
On the Job
The Other Guys
The Parts You Lose
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Record of Grancrest War
Say I Do (Di que sí)
The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power
Sommore: Chandelier Status
The Tenth Man
The To Do List
Total Recall (2012)
Tum Milo Toh Sahi
The Ugly Truth
Underworld: Blood Wars
What We Started
Zipi & Zape y la Isla del Capitan (Zip And Zap And The Captains Island)
The Perfect Picture: Ten Years Later
Riaad Moosa: Life Begins
I Am Woman
Scary Movie 2
Hole in the Wall
PILI Fantasy: War of Dragons
Little Singham: Legend of Dugabakka
A Few Good Men
Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
Big Momma’s House
Fantastic Mr Fox
GRANBLUE FANTASY the Animation
The Great Gatsby
Justice League (2017)
The Legend of Tarzan
The Magnificent Seven (2016)
Rock the Kasbah
Sniper: Assassin’s End
With thanks to uk.newonnetflix.info for some of the information.