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List of Disney Titles Leaving Netflix in 2019

Disney announced it would not be renewing its contract with Netflix that started in 2016. The deal elapsing will see some massive Disney titles leave Netflix as well as titles from the Marvel and Star Wars lineup. Below, we have the full list of titles 

Below we’ve broken down all of the titles that are going to be removed from Netflix in 2019. We’ve also included the Netflix release dates for each title plus the titles we suspect are heading to Netflix in 2018 too.

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List of Disney Movies Leaving Netflix

TitleDate Added
The Finest HoursSeptember 6th, 2016
ZootopiaSeptember 20th, 2016
The Jungle BookNovember 30th, 2016
Alice Through the Looking GlassJanuary 11th, 2017
Finding DoryFebruary 1st, 2017
The BFGApril 6th, 2017
Pete’s DragonMarch 14th, 2017
Queen of KatweApril 25th, 2017
MoanaJune 20th, 2017
DangalJune 21st, 2017
Beauty and the BeastSeptember 19th, 2017
Born in ChinaTBD
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No TalesTBD
Cars 3TBD
Jagga JasoosTBD
CocoTBD
A Wrinkle in TimeTBD
Magic CampTBD
DolphinsTBD
The Incredibles 2TBD

 


List of Marvel Movies Leaving Netflix

TitleDate Added
Doctor StrangeMay 30th, 2017
Captain America: Civil WarDecember 25th, 2016
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.TBD
Thor: RagnorokTBD

List of Star Wars Movies Leaving Netflix

TitleDate Added
Star Wars: Rogue OneJuly 18th, 2017
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last JediTBD

FAQ’s

Does this apply to Netflix in Canada?

No, this only applies to Netflix in the US. Canada will likely continue to receive new Disney theatrical releases unless there’s news stating otherwise.

Will older Disney movies be removed from Netflix?

They may be removed but it will not be because of this contract elapsing. All other Disney movies are dealt with Netflix on a movie by movie basis but given that Disney will be throwing its weight behind its new streaming service it’s likely that some of them will be removed.


This list will likely grow throughout the remainder of 2017 and all of 2018 and likely some of 2019 too. We’ll update the list accordingly.

Will you miss these Disney/Marvel/Star Wars titles streaming on Netflix? Will you be jumping over to Disney’s streaming platform when it launches? Let us know in the comments below.

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