What's Coming To And Leaving Netflix In August For Your Summer Viewing Pleasure
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What's Coming To And Leaving Netflix In August For Your Summer Viewing Pleasure

Just in time for another your end of summer binge-watch list.

What's Coming To And Leaving Netflix In August For Your Summer Viewing Pleasure
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August is here, which means we will be losing some of our Netflix favorites but gaining some new ones. Here is a list of TV shows and movies we will be losing and gaining on Netflix during August.

What's Leaving Netflix:

August 1:

  • "Skins" (Seasons 1-7)
August 3:
  • "Love"
  • "Paranormal Survivor" (Seasons 1-2)
August 7:
  • "6 Days"
  • "St. Agatha"
  • "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer"
August 14:
  • "Adventures in Public School"
  • "Being AP"
  • "Goon"

August 18:

  • "The Incident"

August 19:

  • "Some Kind of Beautiful"

August 20:

  • "Bad Rap"

August 21:

  • "Just Go With It"

August 23:

  • "Fanatic"

August 25:

  • "Blue Is The Warmest Color"

August 28:

  • "Bring it On: Worldwide Showdown"
  • "The Wicker Man"

August 31:

  • "Bad Boys"
  • "Bad Boys II"
  • "Candyman"
  • "Child's Play"
  • "Clueless"
  • "Failure to Launch"
  • "Get Him to the Greek"
  • "Groundhog Day"
  • "He's Just Not That Into You"
  • "Jerry Maguire"
  • "The Karate Kid"
  • "The Karate Kid Part II"
  • "The Karate Kid Part III"
  • "The Lake House"
  • "Life As We Know It"
  • "Murder Party"
  • "Observe and Report"
  • "One Day"
  • "Public Enemies"
  • "Rugrats Go Wild"
  • "School Daze"
  • "Tootsie"
  • "United 93"
  • "V for Vendetta"
  • "Valentine's Day"

What's Coming To Netflix:

August 1:

  • "Super Monsters: The New Class"
  • "A Knight's Tale"
  • "Acts of Violence"
  • "The Addams Family" (1991)
  • "An Education"
  • "Being John Malkovich"
  • "Death at a Funeral"
  • "Dennis The Menace"
  • "Elizabeth Harvest"
  • "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"
  • "Hardcore Henry"
  • "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" (Seasons 1-2)
  • "Jurassic Park"
  • "Jurassic Park III"
  • "The Lost World: Jurassic Park"
  • "Mad Max" (1979)
  • "Mr. Deeds"
  • "My Perfect Landing" (Season 1)
  • "Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea" (Season 1)
  • "The NeverEnding Story"
  • "The NeverEnding Story 2: The Next Chapter"
  • "The Next Step" (Season 6)
  • "Nights in Rodanthe"
  • "Oceans Thirteen"
  • "Oceans Twelve"
  • "Operation Ouch" (Season 1)
  • "Operation Ouch" (Special)
  • "Remember Me"
  • "Seabiscuit"
  • "Toradora!" (Season 1)
  • "Transformers Rescue Bots Academy" (Season 2)
  • "The Ugly Truth"
  • "What Keeps You Alive"
August 2:
  • "Almost Love"
  • "Connected" (Netflix Documentary)
August 3:
  • "Immigration Nation" (Netflix Documentary)

August 4:

  • "A Go! Go! Cory Carson Summer Camp"
  • "Malibu Rescue: The Next Wave"
  • "Mundo Mistêrio/Mystery Lab" (Netflix Original)
  • "Sam Jay: 3 In The Morning" (Netflix Comedy Special)
August 5:
  • Anelka: L'lncompris/Anelka: Misunderstood" (Netflix Documentary)
  • "World's Most Wanted" (Netflix Documentary)
August 6:
  • "The Rain" (Season 3)
  • "The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of the Gods" (Netflix Anime)
August 7:
  • "Alta Mar / High Seas" (Season 3)
  • "Berlin, Berlin" (Netflix Film)
  • "The Magic School Bus Rides Again Kids In Space"
  • "¡Nailed It! México" (Season 2)
  • "The New Legends of Monkey" (Season 2)
  • "Selling Sunset" (Season 3)
  • "Sing On! Germany" (Netflix Original)
  • "Tiny Creatures" (Netflix Original)
  • "Wizards: Tales of Arcadia"
  • "Word Party Songs"
  • "Work It" (Netflix Film)
August 8:
  • "The Promise"
  • "We Summon The Darkness"

August 10:

  • "GAME ON: A Comedy Crossover Event" (Netflix Original)
  • "Nightcrawler"

August 11:

  • "Mr Peabody and Sherman"
  • "Rob Schneider: Asian Momma, Mexican Kids" (Netflix Comedy Special)

August 12:

  • "Scary Movie 5"
  • "(Un)Well" (Netflix Documentary)

August 13:

  • "Safety Not Guaranteed"
  • "Une Fille Facile / An Easy Girl" (Netflix Film)
August 14:
  • "3%" (Season 4)
  • "El Robo Del Siglo" (Netflix Original)
  • "Fearless" (Netflix Film)
  • "Glow Up" (Season 2)
  • "Project Power" (Netflix Film)
  • "The Legend of Korra: Book One: Air"
  • "The Legend of Korra: Book Two: Spirits"
  • "The Legend of Korra: Book Three: Change"
  • "The Legend of Korra: BookFour: Balance"
  • "Octonauts & The Caves of Sac Actun"
  • "Teenage Bounty Hunters" (Netflix Original)
August 15:
  • "Rita" (Season 5)
  • "Stranger" (Season 2)

August 16:

  • "Johnny English"
  • "Les Misérables" (2012)

August 17:

  • "Crazy Awesome Teachers"
  • "Drunk Parents"
  • "Glitch Techs" (Season 2)

August 19:

  • "Crímines de Familia: The Crimes That Bind" (Netflix Film)
  • "DeMarcus Family Rules" (Netflix Original)
  • "High Score" (Netflix Documentary)

August 20:

  • "Biohackers" (Netflix Original)
  • "Good Kisser"
  • "Great Pretender" (Netflix Anime)
  • "John Was Trying To Contact Aliens"

August 21:

  • "Alien TV"
  • "Fuego negro" (Netflix Film)
  • "Hoops" (Netflix Original)
  • "Lucifer" (Season 5)
  • "Rust Valley Restorers" (Season 3)
  • "The Sleepover" (Netflix Film)

August 23:

  • "1BR"
  • "Septembers of Shiraz"

August 25:

  • "Emily's Wonder Lab" (Netflix Family)
  • "Trinkets" (Season 2)

August 26:

  • "Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol" (Netflix Original)
  • "La venganza de Analía" (Netflix Original)
  • "Million Dollar Beach House" (Netflix Original)
  • "Rising Phoenix" (Netflix Documentary)

August 27:

  • "Aggretsuko" (Season 3)
  • "The Bridge Curse"
  • "The Frozen Ground"

August 28:

  • "All Together Now" (Netflix Film)
  • "Kobra Kai" (Seasons 1-2)
  • I AM A KILLER: Released" (Netflix Original)
  • Orígenes secratos/Unknown Origins" (Netflix Film)

August 31:

  • "Casino Royale"
  • "Quantum of Solace"

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