What’s Leaving Netflix At The End of April?

As the end of the month is fast approaching it’s time to have a quick look at some of the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix soon. It can be annoying when things are removed but it does help to keep the catalogue fresh – as things are removed, so more movies and TV shows get added. Overall, across all the regions, we see a net increase in what you can watch on Netflix. That being said, here is a run down of some of the bigger losses to Netflix across a few of the regions over the next week or so. Don’t forget you can see some of the upcoming additions for May in the linked article and don’t forget our weekly Netflix Originals run down.

Leaving Netflix UK at the end of April:

There aren’t a lot of titles leaving Netflix UK this month but some of the big losses will include classic Rik Mayall comedy “Drop Dead Fred” (28th April), Michael Crichton’s “Congo” (30th April) and classic horror “Leprechaun” (30th April). Also leaving Netflix UK on 30th April are Tarantino’s 1997 crime thriller “Jackie Brown“, the all-star movie “RED” and the original “X-Men” movie from 2000. 1st May sees the removal of teen sci-fi movie “The Maze Runner“.

Some of the children’s titles leaving on 29th April include Nickelodeon shows “Go Diego Go!“, “House of Anubis” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles“. “Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius” will also be leaving on 30th April.

See all the upcoming removals on the Netflix UK Last Chance page.

 

Leaving Netflix USA at the end of April:

While technically not being removed at the end of April, there are over 100 films and shows leaving the US Netflix service on 1st May – it’s the day after so I’m going to mention them anyway! The big losses are the original Jurassic Park trilogy (“Jurassic Park“, “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic Park III“) which have only been available for 2 months – get them watched or buy the DVDs! A lot of Smithsonian Channel shows are leaving too including titles such as “The Day Kennedy Died“, “Hitler’s Riches“, “The Real Beauty and The Beast” and “Venom Islands“. Stephen King films “Cujo” and “Thinner” are also set for removal alongside “Good Will Hunting“, “Contact” and “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves“.

Some of the kids’ movies and shows being removed from Netflix USA are “Jetsons: The Movie“, “Garfield’s Fun Fest” and “Small Soldiers“.

See all the upcoming removals on the Netflix USA Last Chance page.

 

Leaving Netflix Canada at the end of April:

Canada is one of the lucky regions this month as there aren’t many movies and shows being removed. Among the list are Disney’s live-action “Cinderella” (28th April), the great kids animation from DreamWorks’ “The Croods” (29th April), the movie “M*A*S*H” (1st May) and DiCaprio’s “The Beach” (1st May).

See all the upcoming removals on the Netflix Canada Last Chance page.

 

Leaving Netflix Australia at the end of April:

While Netflix Australia doesn’t have a lot of films and TV shows being removed, there are a number of big names that will likely be missed. Some of these include the brilliant documentary “Blackfish” and Oscar-winning whodunnit “L.A. Confidential” both leaving on 29th April. The following day will see the removal of Brandon Lee’s “The Crow“, comedy movie “There’s Something About Mary” and Jason Statham in “The Transporter“. Marvel’s “Ant-Man” will be leaving Australian Netflix on 1st May.

Some British kids shows will be leaving on 1st May too with the following titles set to leave the service: “Little Princess“, “Mister Maker” and “Horrid Henry“.

See all the upcoming removals on the Netflix Australia Last Chance page.

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One thought on “What’s Leaving Netflix At The End of April?

  1. I don’t understand why you would get rid of movies that have sequels about to come out, ie: maze runner. It’s been 2 years since the last movie so lots of people want to catch up. WTH

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