‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Leaving Netflix in December 2019

Thor: Ragnarok – Picture: Disney

Thor: Ragnarok is currently scheduled to be removed from Netflix on December 6th, 2019 which means you have a fair bit of time before it is scheduled to leave Netflix. We’ll be looking at why it’s leaving, where it’ll be streaming and looking at when it’ll return to Netflix.

Note: this article only applies to Netflixers in the United States and Canada.

The third Thor movie is widely considered to be the best of the three mainly because of how it tees up the fourth Avengers movie which is also currently on Netflix right now.

Thor faces his toughest challenge yet with his sister released onto Asgard. He ends up on a planet where he meets up with the Hulk. The movie is directed by Taika Waititi who also has a role as the voice of Korg.

When is the removal date for Thor: Ragnarok?

Thor: Ragnarok first released in cinemas in November 2017 before coming to Netflix in the first window on May 5th, 2018. As per the contract with Disney, it then streams on Netflix for exactly a year and a half before being removed.

That means that the Netflix removal date (for both the United States and Canada) for Thor: Ragnarok sits at December 6th, 2019.

Where will Thor: Ragnarok stream after it leaves Netflix?

It should be no surprise that Thor: Ragnarok will find itself eventually on the Disney+ service. Disney+ is set to launch on November 12th, 2019 and Thor: Ragnarok isn’t included in the launch lineup.

We’re currently expecting, however, that the movie gets added to the Disney+ lineup shortly after it departs from Netflix so basically any date after December 6th.

Infinity War will be the next Marvel movie to leave Netflix which won’t be until June 2020. We’ve got a specific list for all the Marvel movies leaving Netflix and an expanded list of all the Disney movies leaving throughout 2019 and 2020.

Once Thor: Ragnarok leaves Netflix there will only be three Marvel titles remaining on Netflix which will all be due to depart throughout the course of 2020.

Will you miss Thor: Ragnarok once it leaves Netflix? Let us know in the comments.