What’s Leaving Netflix In July

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Now that June is underway, it’s time to see what Netflix has in store for us.  What will be scheduled to leave Netflix the first of July?

It looks like two major contracts are up for renewal, first the remaining PBS content for the Ken Burns documentaries is vital to Netflix’s documentaries.  Also, some UK television network, ITV with favorites including Doc Martin.

So far this year we have seen major titles depart the service such as Doctor Who, MASH and Sesame Street.  There was a close call with Miramax contract saved big hits like Pulp Fiction from leaving the service.

As we look ahead this is what will be leaving the service as of July.

  • African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (1 season)
  • Animorphs (2 seasons)
  • Appropiate Adult (1 season)
  • Arthur (2 seasons)
  • Caillou (1 season)
  • Cyberchase (1 season)
  • Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (2 volumes)
  • Dinosaur Train (1 season)
  • Doc Martin (6 seasons)
  • FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman (2 seasons)
  • Flashpoint (2012)
  • The Game (2008)
  • Ghost Whisperer (5 seasons)
  • Ken Burns: Prohibition (1 season)
  • Ken Burns: The Civil War (1 season)
  • Ken Burns: The War (1 season)
  • Ken Burns: The West (1 season)
  • Kitchen Nightmares (2 seasons)
  • La Usurpadora (1 season)
  • MacGyver (7 seasons)
  • Medium (7 seasons)
  • The Mind of a Chef (3 seasons)
  • Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood (1 volume)
  • Numb3rs (6 seasons)
  • Odd Squad (1 season)
  • Para Volver a Amar (1 season)
  • Peep and the Big Wide World (4 seasons)
  • Peg + Cat (1 season)
  • The Physics of Light (1 season)
  • The Politician’s Husband (1 season)
  • Reading Rainbow (1 season)
  • Rubi (1 season)
  • Wild Kratts (3 season)
  • WorldWorld
  • Zoboomafoo (1 season)

It appears that alot of PBS kids shows will be cut from the line up.  Wild Kratts, Zoboomafoo, Odd Squad, Reading Rainbow, Fetch with Ruff Ruffman are just a few.  These shows have been favorites since the beginning of the decade.  If your kids haven’t seen them they are available till July 1 you should check them out before it’s too late.

Stephen R.

Hi my name is Stephen and I am the founder of NetflixUpdate.com. I created this site to help give some information about what is happening in the streaming world.

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