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July 2024 Netflix Departures: What’s Saying Goodbye on the Streaming Platform

Welcome to the ultimate guide on what’s departing from Netflix in July 2024. We’ll dive into the extensive list of movies, series, and even workout videos that are bidding farewell to the streaming platform in the United States.

If you’re a fan of classic movies, you might want to catch them before they vanish on July 1st. Titles like “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Amadeus,” “Blended,” “Kill Bill: Vol. 1,” “Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa,” and “The Holiday” are among the many leaving Netflix. Get ready to say goodbye to these beloved films.

[Colombiana – Trailer](https://www.youtube.com/embed/HCxPLlFWdFo)

Additionally, mark your calendars for the departure of other notable movies like “Mortal Engines,” “Shrek: Forever After,” and “The Judge” on the same day. These films have entertained audiences over the years, and it’s time to bid them adieu.

[Mortal Engines – Official Trailer (HD)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/IRsFc2gguEg)

As for series leaving Netflix on July 1st, “46,” “Learning Songs by Little Baby Bum,” “Masha’s Spooky Stories,” and “Masha’s Tales” will no longer be available for binge-watching. If any of these shows are on your watchlist, make sure to catch them before they disappear.

The Nike Training Club videos are also on the departure list. Whether you’re into quick workouts or yoga sessions, these videos cater to various fitness needs. Take advantage of these resources before they vanish from Netflix.

On July 2nd, “RattleSnake – The Ahanna Story” will be leaving Netflix, followed by “Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song” on July 26th. If you’re a fan of these titles, make sure to watch them before they’re gone.

[HALLELUJAH: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song | Official Trailer (2022)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/11IPQYZMXjc)

Stay tuned for updates on the departing titles throughout June and July 2024. Which departures are you most disappointed about? Share your thoughts in the comments below.