Netflix says goodbye to some very good series and films, and some of them disappear into Neverland as early as late October. But you still have a little time.
Goodbyes are always difficult, especially when they happen unexpectedly. In the case of Netflix, however, you can certainly console yourself by quickly binging a few more series or films, which are from the end of October to mid-November fall out of the range.
Most of them are Anime highlights, of which Netflix – let's be honest – doesn't have many ready anyway. The critically acclaimed series One Punch Man leaves the streaming service on November 14th, so there is still a grace period. The somewhat older fantasy anime Inuyasha creeps away on October 31st; if you still want to make the two seasons, you should start right away. Horror anime Tokyo Ghoul is also buried, but not until mid-November.
All films and series that are about to leave Netflix
The clock is running: Cancel all social activities in the near future and turn on Netflix if you want to catch up on these series or films:
LenaLove (teen thriller) – available until October 24, 2020
Ocean's 8 (Rogue Comedy) – available until October 24, 2020
Woof Star: Double Barks Better (family comedy) – available until October 27, 2020
I Can Hear Your Voice (crime drama series) – available until October 27, 2020
InuYasha (Fantasy Anime Series) – available until October 31, 2020
Bakemonogatari (anime series) – available until October 31, 2020
AnoHana The Flower We Saw That Day (Teen Anime Series) – Available until October 31, 2020
Black Butler (fantasy anime series) – available through October 31, 2020
Divine Gate (action anime series) – available through October 31, 2020
Killer Women with Piers Morgan (crime documentary series) – available until October 31, 2020
Nobel (Thriller series) – available until November 5, 2020
London Spy (Thriller Series) – available until November 9, 2020
Nowhere Boys (sci-fi teen series) – available until November 10, 2020
Mars Science Documentation – available until November 10, 2020
One-Punch Man (action anime series) – available until November 14, 2020
Tokyo Ghoul (horror anime series) – available until November 14, 2020
Brown Nation (sitcom) – available until November 14, 2020
Besides some fantastic anime leaves too London Spy Netflix, a small but very fine British thriller series with Ben Wishaw in the lead role. Recommendation!
It's a shame that so many animes are leaving the Netflix port. What is it Will Netflix turn away from anime? Not that they were into it great, but there are some good animes in the range after all.