ByJack Carr, writer at
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Jack Carr

All good things come to an end. That plate of sharing tacos, gone. (Yes, you ate them all. Tell your friends to deal with it.) The President, gone, replaced by a tiny man. And every month, a whole slew of movies and TV series leave Netflix. Doesn't it make you want to do a little cry?

Each month this list of what's leaving will be updated to give you time to frantically binge a departee of your choice before saying au revoir. (Click over for the best movies streaming on Netflix right now, or get the low down on every Netflix original coming in 2017.)

Here's the full list of what's leaving Netflix in June 2017 — titles leaving in July will be added toward the end of June.

June 1

D2: The Mighty Ducks

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Heterosexual Jill

House of Wax



Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1

L’Auberge Espagnole


The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

As the title suggests, everything in The Black Power Mixtape was shot (by Swedish filmmakers) during the '60s and '70s, when the movement for racial equality in the US was gaining intensity, but the footage wasn't actually used until this short, powerful and enlightening documentary was made in 2011.

Major players like Martin Luther King, Angela Davis and Bobby Seale feature in the doc, which sadly remains horribly relevant in the 21st century. See it before it leaves Netflix as an excellent companion to other projects such as Kathryn Bigelow's race riots movie Detroit, in theaters this summer.

The Blair Witch Project

The Good Guys: Season 1

The Hustler

The Little Rascals

The Prince & Me

The Teacher Who Defied Hitler

The Three Musketeers

The Way of the Dragon

This Is Spinal Tap

Two Step

We Are the Giant

June 6

Private Practice: Seasons 1—6

June 8


June 9

4:44: Last Day on Earth

Farewell Herr Schwarz

Free the Nipple

Remote Area Medical

Secrets: The Sphinx

Tough Being Loved by Jerks

June 14

Bob the Builder: Season 1

Boys Of Abu Ghraib

June 15

The Lazarus Project

June 16

Jane Eyre

This classic piece of literature from English author Charlotte Brontë has lived numerous lives on the big screen and on TV, but the 2011 movie adaptation from Cary Fukunaga (who went on to direct True Detective Season 1) is a faithfully told version which lives and dies around a strong central performance from Mia Wasikowska as the titular heroine. Michael Fassbender makes a great Mr. Rochester, and Judi Dench is Denchtastic as Mrs. Fairfax, keeper of dark secrets at Thornfield Hall.

Catch Jane Eyre before it leaves Netflix June 16.

June 19

Daddy’s Home

Grand Piano

The Right Kind of Wrong

June 23

Jimmy Goes to Nollywood

June 24

Agent F.O.X.

Breath of the Gods

Dragon Guardians

June 29

CSI: NY: Seasons 1—8

June 30

Killer Couples: Season 1

Killer in the Family: Season 1

Murder Files: Season 1

Murder on the Social Network

My Online Bride

Which show or movie did you enjoy most on Netflix last month?


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