Everything Leaving Netflix Canada August 2017

TV shows and movies you should watch ASAP before they're gone.
Everything Leaving Netflix Canada August 2017

Every month, we release our big giant list of all the new shows and movies that will be added to Netflix. 

But Netflix doesn't keep shows online forever, so eventually some of them are taken off the site, never to be seen again. It's sad, I know...

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And since there's nothing's worse than logging on only to discover that the show you've been binge watching has been removed, even though you still had 3 whole seasons left to watch, we decided to bring you the list of all the movies and TV shows that will be leaving Netflix for good in August.  

Luckily today is August 1, so most of these haven't been removed yet. Except Fantastic 4, but I highly doubt anyone will care about that one. 

Hurry, this is your last chance!

August 1

  • Fantastic Four

August 2

  • Run All Night

August 4

  • Ultimate Spider-Man - Season 1

August 10

  • American Pie Presents: Band Camp

  • Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo

  • Notting Hill

August 11

  • Sleeping Beauty

August 28 

  • Goodbye to All That

August 31

  • The Hotwives of Orlando

And here's everything you have to look forward to on Netflix in July. 

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