4 Netflix Original Series and Movies Leaving in June 2024

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Rock My Heart Netflix Original Leaving Netflix In June 2024

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More Netflix Originals are scheduled to depart the service worldwide in June 2024, including two great European titles, a stand-up special, and a US sitcom leaving all international territories.

As a reminder, just because titles are marked as Netflix Originals does not mean they’ll be available on the service forever. Many are only with Netflix for fixed periods, ranging from a few months to a few years to a few decades. Others will remain on Netflix indefinitely.

Scores of Netflix Originals have now been removed from the service over the years, with many more having departed in 2024. As a reminder, here’s the list of Originals removed so far this year:

  • Babylon Berlin (Seasons 1-3)
  • El Vato
  • I Am Jonas
  • Innocence: Bangkok Love Stories
  • Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage
  • Journey to Greenland
  • Million Pound Menu
  • Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale
  • The Square
  • When Heroes Fly
  • Win It All
  • School Life
  • Secret Celebrity RuPaul’s Drag Race
  • Matchday: Inside FC Barcelona
  • Munafik 2
  • Medici (Seasons 1-3)
  • Chris Distefano: Speshy Weshy
  • Dying to Tell
  • Laerte-se

With the caveat that all of these title removals are subject to change and could potentially be re-added in the future, let’s get into it:

Rock My Heart (2019)

Leaving Netflix: June 7th, 2024

Rock My Heart Leaving Netflix

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The German family drama movie Rock My Heart, which was first released in 2017 before getting added to Netflix globally as an Original title in 2019, will be galloping off of Netflix early on in the month.

Here’s what you can expect from the movie if you’ve never seen it before:

“A thrill-seeking teenage girl with a heart defect bonds with a rowdy black stallion and fights to ride in a race despite her life-threatening illness.”

Directed by Hanno Olderdissen, the movie stars Anneke Kim Sarnau,  Annette Frier, Dieter Hallervorden, Emilio Sakraya, and Hans Martin Stier.

Marlon (Seasons 1-2)

Leaving Netflix: June 14th, 2024

Marlon Series Leaving Netflix Globally June 2024

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Having already left Netflix in the United States, where it was licensed from NBC, Marlon is now set to leave Netflix in all remaining territories where it has been marketed as a Netflix Original title.

The series stars Marlon Wayans and follows him as he juggles his career and his new living situation following his divorce from his wife.

Black Spot (Seasons 1-2)

Leaving Netflix: June 15th, 2024

Black Spot Leaving Netflix

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The best title leaving Netflix in June 2024, which we’d thoroughly recommend watching, is the French crime thriller series Black Spot. Two seasons of the show released in the late 2010s following a police chief teaming up with a prosecutor investigating a string of grisly crimes at a town on the edge of a forest.

Created by Mathieu Missoffe and Oliver Rogers, the two seasons consist of 16 episodes in total making it an easy weekend binge.

Paul Virzi: Nocturnal Admissions (2022)

Leaving Netflix: June 23rd, 2024

Paul Virzi Nocturnal Admissions

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The second stand-up special from the 2022 Netflix is a Joke Festival has now been confirmed to be departing the service after only a couple of years. Following Chris Distefano: Speshy Weshy departing last month; Paul Virzi: Nocturnal Admissions, will be leaving towards the end of June

In the special, which runs just over an hour, the comic talks about “awkward drugstore runs, his obsession with crime shows, and why his wife sabotaged his fitness goals.”

For the full list of US removals planned throughout June 2024 – keep it locked here on What’s on Netflix.

Are there any Netflix Originals you’ll be checking out before they depart next month? Let us know in the comments.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.