Netflix has announced the list of the movies and series leaving Netflix this May 2021, which also has a high-profile movie in it.
Netflix announces lists of what will be new and what will be leaving the streaming platform regularly every month. Because of this, subscribers can check out what awaits them and what they need to watch before they cannot anymore. The list of movies and series leaving Netflix after this month in May 2021 has been announced as well. It includes a classic film, which has been probably watched and admired by virtually everyone.
Movies and series leaving Netflix in May
Movies leaving Netflix in May 2021
The movie leaving the popular streaming platform, I Am Legend movie also starring Will Smith, which is a very popular post-apocalyptic movie telling of a military scientist’s struggle to survive in a deserted New York City teeming with nocturnal, bloodthirsty mutants alongside his loyal dog. So, if you haven’t watched the movie yet, we recommend watching it before it departs from Netflix.
Without further ado, here are the movies leaving Netflix in May 2021, and they constitute the majority of the shows leaving the popular streaming platform this month.
- The Green Hornet (2011)
- How to Be a Latin Lover (2017)
- I Am Legend (2007)
- The Indian in the Cupboard (1995)
- Platoon (1986)
- Runaway Bride (1999)
- Snowpiercer (2013)
- Jumping the Broom (2011)
- 17 Again (2009)
- Blackfish (2013)
- Can Hardly Wait (1998)
- Den of Thieves (2018)
- Knock Knock (2015)
- Palm Trees in the Snow (2015)
- Waiting (2015)
Series leaving Netflix in May 2021
The list of series that will leave Netflix in May 2021 is not as long as the movies’, but you might still want to have a look in case you were planning to watch one of the productions below. Anyways, here’s the list showing what series will leave Netflix this May.
- Atomic Puppet (Season 1)
- Japanese Style Originator (Season 1)
- Kingdom (Seasons 1-3)
Atomic Puppet is an animated comedy series produced for Disney, while Japanese Style Originator is a TV contest about Japanese culture. Kingdom, on the other hand, is a Korean horror series that was adapted from a comic.