What’s Leaving Netflix UK in August 2023

Here's your guide to what's leaving Netflix UK in August 2023.

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Movies And Tv Shows Leaving Netflix Uk In August 2023

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Between some of the great new movies and shows that have arrived and the fan favorites that have left, it’s been a busy Summer so far on Netflix UK. The departures will continue throughout August 2023 as subscribers potentially say goodbye to some of their favorites.

Removals are a fact of life with streaming service. They occur because Netflix essentially rents a large portion of its library for a fixed period of time. When those titles’ rental periods come to an end, they depart the service.

Wondering what Netflix UK has on the new releases front? You can see a sneak peek of all the August releases here or keep up-to-date with our weekly roundups here.


Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix UK in August 2023

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 1st

  • Alfie (2004)
  • Anakonda – Silent Killer (2014)
  • Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Annie (2014)
  • Bad Grandpa .5 (2014)
  • Bama and the Lost Gorillas (2011)
  • Battlefield Behemoth:  A History of the Tank – The World Wars (1 Season)
  • Being Napoleon (2018)
  • Big Bang in Tunguska (2008)
  • Bountiful Blessings (2011)
  • Buddy Games (2019)
  • Cheetah Mom (2013)
  • Cloverfield (2008)
  • Come Play (2020)
  • Crocodiles – The Private Life of Primeval Reptiles (2011)
  • Cuba’s Long Shadow of Remembrance (2018)
  • Dark Side of Light (2009)
  • Deep in the Rainforest (1 Season)
  • Destination White House – Battles for the Presidency (2016)
  • Dream Routes (2017)
  • Elysium (2013)

  • Encounter in Space (2014)
  • Entangled (2014)
  • Expedition Wallaces – The Cradle of Marine Life (2007)
  • Eye in the Sky (2015)
  • Four Good Days (2020)
  • Girl, Interrupted (1999)
  • Glory (1989)
  • The Good Shepherd (2006)
  • Gosford Park (2001)
  • The Greater Caucasus (2008)
  • The Hidden Trail: Tracking Canada’s Coastal Wolves (2006)
  • The Hitman’s Apprentice (2012)
  • Hurricane (2018)
  • I Love You, Man (2009)
  • I Tonya (2017)
  • Immortal Pompeii (2019)
  • The In-Laws (2011)
  • The Interview (2014)

  • It Could Happen to You (1994)
  • Iwan the Terrible (2014)
  • Jigsaw (2017)
  • Journey to the Amazon: The Forgotten Warriors of Carthage (2016)
  • Jungleland (2020)
  • The Lesser Caucasus – Between Mount Ararat and the Caspian Sea (2016)
  • Lions – Mothers’ Fight for Survival (2016)
  • Mom’s Gotta Go (2012)
  • Mozambique’s Minesweeper Rats (2008)
  • The Mysterious Mummified Dogs of Ancient Egypt (2019)
  • Nazis in the CIA (2012)
  • Needle in a Timestack (2021)
  • The Next Step (2018)
  • No Strings Attached (2011)
  • ONCE (2006)
  • Opening Night (2011)
  • Patong Girl (2014)
  • Rainforest Pixies: The Mysterious Rhynchocyon Shrew of Arabuko (2008)
  • The Secret Lives of Guinea Pigs (2013)
  • The Silicon Valley Revolution: How a Few Nerds Changed the World (2017)
  • Sleepless Society: Nyctophobia (2019)
  • SNITCH (2013)
  • Spell (2020)
  • Stalin’s Daughter (2015)
  • Trekking the Great Wall (2012)
  • Wild Germany (2013)
  • Wild Italy (Season 1)
  • Wild Oats (2016)
  • Wild Planet (2009)
  • Wild Switzerland (1 Season)
  • Wilder Iran (1 Season)
  • The Women Saving Our Seas (1 Season)
  • World War A: Aliens Invade Earth (2017)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh (1 Season)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 3rd

  • Ije: The Journey (2010)
  • No One Will Ever Know (2017)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 4th

  • Chennai Express (2013)
  • Everything for My Mother (201)
  • Inspection (2018)
  • The Iron Bridge (2019)
  • Jarocin (2016)
  • Jerzy Popieluszko: Messenger of the Truth (2013)
  • Jurek (2014)
  • Jutro idziemy do kina (2007)
  • Karski (2014)
  • Of Animals and Men (2019)
  • Zenek (2020)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 5th

  • A Fog’s Purpose (2017)
  • The Little Prince (2015) N

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 6th

  • The Iron Lady (2011)
  • Nasha Natasha (2020)
  • Quam’s Money (2020)
  • Slay (2021)
  • The Wedding Date (2005)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 7th

  • Stars in the Sky: A Hunting Story (2018)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 8th

  • Pretty Man (1 Season)
  • Vendetta (2013)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 10th

  • The Birth Reborn (2013)
  • Jim Gaffigan Collection:
    • Jim Gaffigan: King Baby (2009)
    • Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe (2012)
    • Jim Gaffigan: Beyond the Pale (2005)
    • Jim Gaffigan: Obsessed (2014)
  • Kongsuni and Friends (2 Seasons)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 11th

  • Brother Jekwu (2016)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 15th

  • Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional (2015)
  • Winx Club (Seasons 5-7)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 16th

  • Barbie: Video Game Hero (2017)
  • Black Sea (2015)
  • Dead in Tombstone (2013)
  • Death Race 2 (2010)
  • Death Race 3: Inferno (2013)
  • Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire (2017)
  • Hannibal (2001)
  • I Am Bolt (2016)
  • ID2: Shadwell Army (2016)
  • October Sky (1999)
  • Over the Hedge (2006)
  • Patch Adams (1998)
  • Racing Hearts (2014)
  • Robin Hood (2010)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 19th

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What’s Leaving Netflix on August 21st

  • 100 días para enamorarnos (2020)
  • Divergent (2014)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 22nd

  • The Virtuoso (2021)
  • Divergent (2014)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 24th

  • Celebrity Gogglebox (Seasons)
  • Take My Brother Away (Season 1) – Netflix Original Removal
  • The Creative Indians (2020)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 26th

  • Fear of Rain (2021)


What’s Leaving Netflix on August 27th

  • Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Being Dad (2018)
  • Ip Man 3 (2015)
  • Ip Man 4: The Finale (2019)
  • The Debt Collector 2 (2020)

What’s Leaving Netflix on August 28th

  • The Humans (2021)


What’s Leaving Netflix on August 30th

  • Search WWW (Geomsaekeoreul Ibryeokhaseyo: WWW) (2019)

What will you be sad to see leave Netflix UK in August 2023? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.