There are a lot of new movies and shows coming to Netflix this summer – but what’s being removed from the site?
The streaming giant will be adding new titles to its site this month, including The Water Man, Biohackers and Elize Matsunaga: Once Upon a Crime.
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But what gets canceled and deleted from the site?
Movies leaving the platform over the next week include Only You, Tag, The Invitation, Summer of ’92, Overlord, and Wildlife.
The deleted TV shows are Absolutely Fabulous, Ashes to Ashes, Brexit: The Uncivil War, Dinnerladies, The Last Post, McMafia, Pure, Revolutions: The Ideas That Changed the World, SS-GB, Press, Catwalk: Tales from the Cat Show Circuit and Le Vicaire de Dibley.
Canceled documentaries include David Beckham: For the Love of the Game, David Beckham: Into the Unknown and Duran Duran: There’s Something You.
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Comedies Comedy Roadshow by Michael McIntyre, Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes and John Robins: The Darkness of Robin will no longer be available either.
And children’s shows Charlie and Lola, Krishna Balram and Magi: Adventure of Sinbad will also be phased out.
Meanwhile, a new season of Virgin River is available to stream this week.
In season three of Virgin River, there is even more drama in store for our beloved characters.
Highlights include a funeral, fire, divorce, hurricane and new romance, in a season full of twists and turns that will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
A new season of Biohackers can also air this week where viewers see a kidnapped Mia with no memory of what has happened since her capture.
But when she discovers a message she wrote to her future self, she comes to understand that her life is in imminent danger if she does not solve the mystery of her disappearance.
To do this, she must team up with the woman she least trusts, Professor Lorenz.