Titles Leaving Netflix in September 2018

It’s time to go over the movies and TV series that are scheduled to leave September 2018. This is an ongoing list that will be updated throughout the month to reflect the departures from the Netflix US library in September 2018. 

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August saw some notable departures including a huge swath of movies leaving on the first and some children’s favorite in the middle of the month such as My Little Pony, Transformers, and Littlest Pet Shop.

September is already seeing some big titles facing the chopping block. If you’re an anime fan you’re undoubtedly going to be sad to see that both Bleach and Naruto are currently facing removal. Fortunately, Netflix looks like they’re keeping the movies for the meantime.

Also currently on the first of the month, a number of history and nature documentary series from the BBC are due to expire currently.

As always, this list is not for definite as sometimes titles simply come up for renewal and Netflix chooses to renew.

Here’s everything currently scheduled for removal from Netflix in September 2018:


September 1st

  • The American Bible Challenge (2 Seasons)
  • The Assets (Season 1)
  • Auschwitz: The nazis and the final solution (Season 1)
  • Bleach (3 Seasons)
  • Descendants of the Sun (Season 1)
  • Egypt (Season 1)
  • Europe’s Last Great Wilderness (Season 1)
  • Fabulous Flores (2015)
  • Great Raids of World War II (Season 1)
  • Hellevator (2 Seasons)
  • India’s Lost Worlds (Season 1)
  • Indochina’s Wild Heart (Season 1)
  • InuYasha (2 Seasons)
  • The Last Nazis (Season 1)
  • Lockup: County Jails (Season 1)
  • Naruto (3 Seasons)
  • Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial (Season 1)
  • Ocean Giants (Season 1)
  • One World War (Season 1)
  • So Awkward (Season 1)
  • Supervolcano (Season 1)
  • The World War: Forgotten Soldiers of the Empire (Season 1)
Kasey Moore

Kasey Moore is the founder and editor-in-chief of What's on Netflix. Kasey launched the site in 2013 after growing frustration with finding content on Netflix. He has an in depth understanding of the release cycles for Netflix and has developed tools to make navigating Netflix easier. Resides in Norwich in the UK.