Here Are the Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in January

By: ScreenGawk Staff | Published: Jan 07, 2024

Netflix has more than 247 million subscribers, making it the most popular TV and movie streaming platform on the planet. 

And while there are usually about 3,600 movies and 1,800 TV shows to watch, certain titles do come and go. So, let’s find out which show and movies are leaving Netflix in January 2024. 

Get Out

January 5, 2024 is the last day to watch the renowned psychological horror film Get Out

Scene from the popular horror film Get Out

Source: IMDB

With Allison Williams and Daniel Kayluuya, this movie got rave reviews upon its release in 2017 and is still considered a fan-favorite by millions. 

Love Island USA: Season 2

Love Island first aired in the UK, but it became so popular that they made an American version in 2019. 

Contestants from the popular reality show Love Island: Season 2

Source: LoveIslandWiki

The second season of the reality show has been available on Netflix for users to binge, but it will be gone for good on January 5, 2024. 

The Spy Kids Trilogy

Those old enough to remember when the Spy Kids films came out from 2001-2003 certainly have a warm nostalgia for the family-style movies. And they’ve even become popular with kids today. 

Promotional posters for the three Spy Kids films


But all three of the films, Spy Kids, Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, and Spy Kids 3: Game Over will be taken off Netflix on January 12. 

The Doll and The Doll 2

The Doll and The Doll 2  follow the story of a family who, after bringing home a doll that once belonged to a little girl who was murdered, start encountering strange and horrible things.

Scene from the horror film The Doll

Source: Netflix

Both films, released in 2016 and 2017, are favorites of those who enjoy a good scare, but neither will be on Netflix after January 14. 

The Real World: Season 28

Since 1992, when the first season aired, The Real World has been one of the world’s favorite reality shows. 

Promotional photo for the reality show The Real World: Season 28

Source: Amazon

Season 28, set in Portland, Oregon, was released in 2013, and has since been enjoyed by millions on Netflix. But the last day to watch this crew and their wild drama on the platform is on January 19, 2024.


Begin Again

With Kiera Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Adam Levine, and several other big names, Begin Again is an incredible musical-comedy about resilience and love. 

Kiera Knightley and Mark Ruffalo as their characters in Begin Again

Source: Netflix

Begin Again was nominated for an Oscar and won several other awards, but Netflix subscribers will only be able to enjoy this heartwarming film until January 24.


Forgetting Sarah Marshall

When it comes to comedy, some say Forgetting Sarah Marshall is the best of the best. Jason Segel, Kirsten Bell, Russel Brand, Paul Rudd, and Mila Kunis deliver fantastic one-liners and find themselves in hilarious situations. 

Kristen Bell as Sarah Marshall and Jason Segel as Peter Bretter in Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Source: IMDB

However, this beloved film will be leaving Netflix on the last day of January indefinitely. 


La La Land

Considered a cinematic masterpiece, La La Land is a unique take on a musical that follows the story of Mia and Sebastian, played expertly by Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. 

Poster for the film La La Land with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone

Source: Amazon

The movie received incredible reviews from critics and audiences alike when it was released in 2016, and the last chance to watch it on Netflix is January 31. 


Baby Mama

Back in 2008, comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler released a film that made everyone laugh: Baby Mama.

Movie poster for the film Baby Mama with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Source: Amazon

However, while the beloved movie has been available to stream on Netflix for years, its last day has been set for January 31. 


Call Me by Your Name

Based on the popular novel, Call Me by Your Name with Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer quickly became one of the most popular films on Netflix after it was released in 2017.

Screen from the popular film Call Me by Your Name

Source: IMDB

But Netflix has announced that the last day to watch the coming-of-age flick will be on January 31, 2024. 


All other Titles Leaving Netflix in January

But that’s not all. BlacKkKlansman and Ma will also be taken off Netflix on January 5; Uncharted on the 14; The Killing of a Sacred Deer on the 22; and Survivor: Season 32: Kaôh Rōng, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, The Bling Ring, Eat Pray Love, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: Season 1 on January 31,2024. 

Poster for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi/Poster for Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs/Poster for The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Source: Wikipedia/@13HoursMovie/Facebook/RottenTomatoes

So for those who either love these titles or have been waiting to watch them, now is the time to catch them on Netflix before they’re gone.