Netflix Is Breaking Our Hearts In July

With another month almost over, 2020 is speeding by. As July approaches, we've got a lot of new content to look forward to on Netflix, but that means we also have to say goodbye to many of our favorite shows and movies. A lot of titles are dropping from the streaming platform this summer, so hurry up and add these shows and films to your watchlist while you still can.

According to a press release from Netflix, the beginning of the month will see quite a few blockbuster hits leaving Netflix USA's library. Films departing the service in the first half of the month include Blue Valentine on July 4, The Iron Lady on July 5, Solo: A Star Wars Story on July 8, and 47 Metres Down on July 9. July 11 will see a string of titles leaving the service, including Ginger & Rosa and The Spectacular Now.

While most of July's departures are films, all five seasons of The Fosters will be leaving Netflix on July 5.

Dozens of titles will be leaving Netflix in July

The second half of July will be brutal. Films being removed from the platform include Laggies and Obvious Child on July 18, Bolt on July 21, Ex Machina on July 25, Ant-Man and the Wasp on July 28, and The Incredibles 2 on July 29.

At the end of the month we will be losing dozens of beloved titles, including all of the Back to the Future movies, Casper, Hitch, Sex and the City 2, and The Edge of Seventeen.

The other titles leaving Netflix in July are as follows: A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, The Adderall Diaries, Enemy, Locke, Under the Skin, Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, Forks Over Knives, A Most Violent Year, Life After Beth, Obvious Child, Room, Tusk, Bolt, Inglourious Basterds, Dark Places, Ex Machina, Mississippi Grind, Country Strong, Her, Can't Hardly Wait, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Chernobyl Diaries, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Freedom Writers, Godzilla, Guess Who, Hancock, Jarhead , Jarhead 2: Field of Fire, Jarhead 3: The Siege Open Season, QB1: Beyond the Lights: Season 1, Resident Evil: Extinction, Romeo Must Die, Salt, Scary Movie 2, Searching for Sugar Man, Stuart Little, The Interview, The Pianist, The Pursuit of Happyness, Twister, and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.