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What’s Leaving Netflix: June 2018

Each month, several films and TV shows leave Netflix’s library. We provide a list of departing titles and recommend a few standouts so you can watch them before they’re gone forever (or are just available on a different site). For more coverage of the best movies and TV shows available on Netflix, including our top picks from last month and updates on what’s new on Netflix this month, check out Vulture’s What to Stream Now hub.

This Month’s Highlights

Leaving June 9

For anyone who read the NFL’s new national anthem policy: The Trials of Muhammad Ali

More than 50 years ago, the greatest fighter of all time refused to take up arms in the Vietnam War. This week, the biggest sports league in the country required its players to stand for the national anthem or leave the field when it’s played. The stirrings of great athlete protest can be traced through Kartemquin’s powerful, punchy documentary charting the period of Ali’s career when he became most at odds with the American Establishment, both through his conscientious objector status and the public conversion to Islam that preceded it. Leaving June 9.

Leaving June 1

For Daniel Day-Lewis stans: My Left Foot

You likely know this movie as the one Daniel Day-Lewis spends in a wheelchair to play Irish writer and painter Christy Brown, who had cerebral palsy. But if you were a fan of Phantom Thread and want to know where the actor developed his reputation for “going Method” to the point of irritation, this is an essential watch, because his performance is so good despite the fact that he barely ever moves his body. Bracing, unsentimental, and raw, the 1990 biopic was a showcase not just for Day-Lewis but also for the transformative power of a really good performance. Leaving 1.

Leaving June 1

For the Detroit faithful: 8 Mile

“Mom’s Spaghetti” has been memed to oblivion, and Eminem has risen from trailer-park squalor to Donkey Kong–crushing royalty. But you gotta remember your roots, and 8 Mile takes us back to a moment when the world turned its eyes to Detroit and found characters instead of ruins. Director Curtis Hanson revived some of the oldest story arcs in the playbook for the rap era, and brought the streets of the Motor City to vivid, bruising cinematic life. Leaving June 1.

Full List

Noteworthy releases in bold.

Leaving Netflix: TV Shows

Leaving June 2

• Shark Men: Season 3

Leaving June 16

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Seasons 1-8

Leaving June 18

Cedar Cove: Seasons 1-3

Leaving June 21

Baby Daddy: Seasons 1-6

Leaving Netflix: Movies

Leaving June 1

• 50 First Dates
8 Mile
• The Angry Birds Movie
• The Brothers Grimm
Gridiron Gang
• J. Edgar
Men in Black
My Left Foot
Neerja
• Out of the Dark
• Princess Kaiulani
• The Spy Next Door
Training Day
• Untraceable
• Vice
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
While You Were Sleeping
The Young Victoria

Leaving June 8

Grace of Monaco

Leaving June 9

The Trials of Muhammad Ali

Leaving June 10

Bonnie & Clyde (2013)

Leaving June 15

• Drillbit Taylor
• The Giver
• The Great Gatsby (1974)
Naz & Maalik
• Underdogs

Leaving June 16

• Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of
Curious George
Super

Leaving June 20

Cake

Leaving June 22

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Leaving June 23

Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

Leaving June 25

Captain America: Civil War

Leaving June 26

Alpha and Omega

Leaving June 29

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .5

Leaving June 30

On Golden Pond

For more coverage of the best movies and TV shows available on HBO, Amazon Prime, Showtime and Hulu, check out Vulture’s What to Stream Now hub, which is updated throughout the month.

What’s Leaving Netflix: June 2018