With every new month comes new Netflix content, but it also means saying goodbye to Netflix content as well. Netflix has released its coming & going list for September and it's a big one! Here are all the movies and shows leaving Netflix this month.
While it isn't anything TOO substantial there are a few iconic rom-coms that we'll no longer be able to enjoy with the click of a button.
Make sure you give these movies and shows one final stream before they're gone from the platform:
The Notebook stars Ryan Gosling and Amy McAdams and is an adaption of a Nicholas Spark's novel. The film follows a young couple in the 1940s being divided by social class and struggling to remain together.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Starring Jason Segel and Kristen Bell, this rom-com follows Peter attempting to move on from his celebrity girlfriend who happens to be vacationing at the same Hawaiian resort.
A classic Adam Sandler movie, Happy Gilmore follows a young man determined to win a huge golf tournament in order to save his grandmother's house after he failed to become a famous hockey player.
Starring the one and only Arnold Schwarzenegger and Penelope Ann Miller, this film follows a cop who in order to take down a drug lord goes undercover at an elementary school where the criminal's son is enrolled.
In a frequently used trope, Mike (Matthew Perry) going through a mid-life crisis, wishes to be young again. When he wakes up the next morning he finds that he's 17 years old (Zac Efron) and on his way back into high school.
Drug Wars: Season 1
Drug Wars showcases the inner workings of the drug cartel business and the methods that law enforcement use in order to intercept their master plans.
Dear John is another classic rom-com that stars Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum. A U.S soldier and a college student fall in love and must overcome the challenges their type of relationship brings.
Midsomer Murder: Series 1-19
Midsomer Murder, very similar to Sherlock, follows a police inspector, and a sergeant who team up to solve almost impossible crimes.