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Everything leaving Netflix in September 2023

Netflix subscribers should be happy to hear that the list of titles leaving in September is relatively light. Regardless, there are still some great movies heading out the door, like the first five Rocky films, two of the Star Trek reboot flicks, Titanic, and the terrific sci-fi film Annihilation. All of those movies will show up on some other streaming platform. But you still have 30 days to watch them on Netflix, and even less time to catch some of the shows and films that are leaving even earlier than the 30th.

Fortunately, Netflix has yet to start a month without new and exciting arrivals, so everything that leaves is theoretically replaced by something else that you may love. But before you go looking for new favorites, check out our list of everything leaving Netflix in September 2023. Our picks are in bold.

Trying to fit in some great movies or shows before they’re gone from Netflix and other streaming services at the end of the month? Check our other monthly roundup of everything leaving Hulu. You can find even more recommendations in our lists of the best movies on Netflix and best shows on Netflix, which are updated every week.

Our top pick for September

Hatfields & McCoys (2012) new

Hatfields & McCoys
68 %
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Western, Drama
Cast Kevin Costner, Bill Paxton, Matt Barr
Created by Ted Mann

Six years before he starred in Yellowstone, Kevin Costner began his comeback on History’s three-part miniseries Hatfields & McCoys, which was inspired by one of the most infamous family feuds in the history of our nation. In the aftermath of the Civil War, tensions escalate between William Anderson “Devil Anse” Hatfield (Kevin Costner) and his rival, Randolph “Randall” McCoy (Bill Paxton), until the two families are in open armed conflict with each other.

And in a real-life twist straight out of a novel, Roseanna McCoy (Lindsay Pulsipher) defied her own family and fell in love with Johnson “Johnse” Hatfield (Matt Barr). But if you’re looking for happy endings, you won’t find any here.

Leaving Netflix in September 2023

September 3

  • Never Back Down: Revolt (2021)

September 4

  • The Debt Collector (2018)

September 6

  • Shadow Parties (2020)
  • Vampire Academy (2014)

September 7

  • Life Sentence (season 1)
  • That Thing Called Tadhana (2015)
  • The Originals (seasons 1-5)
  • Valor (Season 1)

September 8

  • Starting Over Again (2014)
  • The Love Affair (2015)

September 11

  • Girlfriends (seasons 1-8 – 172 episodes)
  • Satria Heroes: Revenge of the Darkness (2017)

September 14

  • Colette (2018)
  • Finally Found Someone (2017)

September 15

  • A Love Story (2007)
  • Barcelona: A Love Untold (2016)
  • Crazy Beautiful You (2015)
  • Everything About Her (2016)
  • Intervention (season 21)
  • Seven Sundays (2017)

September 16

  • VeggieTales in the City (seasons 1-2) – Netflix Original Removal
  • Wish Upon a Unicorn (2020)

September 18

  • Residue (2020) – ARRAY Removal
  • Tayo and Little Wizards (season 1)

September 21

  • High & Low The Red Rain (2016)
  • How High 2 (2019)
  • Jiu Jitsu (2020)

September 23

  • In Darkness (2018)

September 30

  • Annihilation (2018)
  • 60 Days In: Season 3
  • A League of Their Own
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark?: season 1
  • Clear and Present Danger
  • Doom
  • Hatfields & McCoys: season 1
  • Kick-Ass
  • Lawless
  • Nanny McPhee
  • Rocky
  • Rocky II
  • Rocky III
  • Rocky IV
  • Rocky V
  • Snow White & the Huntsman
  • Star Trek
  • Star Trek Into Darkness
  • Titanic
  • Warm Bodies

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