Which movies and TV shows will be leaving Netflix UK in October 2021?
October will be the last chance to watch some of your favorite movies on Netflix before they are taken off the streaming service.
Some classics will be hitting the platform in October, including The Matrix Trilogy and the 2018 hit A Star is Born.
Netflix will withdraw the award-winning film starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper on October 11 – so get those latest watches fast.
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The sci-fi action film Ghost in the Shell, starring Scarlett Johansson, and Tim Burton’s classic, The Corpse Bride, will also be leaving the platform in October.
The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions will be deleted from the streaming service on October 15.
The two 300 films – the 2007 classic 300 and the 2014 sequel 300: Rise of an Empire – will also be pulled from Netflix on the same day.
The heist movie Now You See Me 2, starring Mark Ruffalo, Daniel Radcliffe and Michael Caine will not be available after October 8.
Several older films will also be leaving the platform at the start of the month, including the family classic Beethoven and the ’90s comedy Big Daddy.
The must-have Chick-flick The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants will be phased out on October 1, as will the fantastic 2007 Stardust, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro.
Owen Wilson and Kate Hudson’s romantic comedy You, Me and Dupree is another to see that day, as well as the 2011 film The Three Musketeers.
Animated favorite Smallfoot will be on Netflix for most of October until its deletion on October 20.
And another blow to sci-fi fans as it looks like all three seasons of Star Trek, four seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise, and seven seasons of Star Trek: Voyager are unfolding.
And silly comedy fans, you’ll be sad to hear that all three Austin Powers films will be leaving the platform on October 1.
However, fear not, many new shows are coming to fill the void, including the new season of you and limited drama The maid .
Plus, there will be classic movies coming up – including the original Spiderman movies starring Tobey Macguire, Kirsten Dunst, and James Franco.