Favorite shows are like good memories that reside in the hearts of the audience reminiscent of beautiful stories. With the release of new content regularly on Netflix, it becomes important for them to say goodbye to some old friends. Ultimately, Netflix is a giant streamer that has to create space for new things. But subscribers still hold one last chance to binge-watch all these iconic shows and movies till July 2022. So plan a farewell party for these shows with your friends and family, and watch anything you find entertaining lying on your cozy couch this weekend as they are leaving Netflix in July 2022.
What’s leaving Netflix in July 2022?
First, in line, we have The Social Network, Django Unchained, Forrest Gump, Midnight Sun, and The Edge of Seventeen leaving Netflix. We are also saying the last adieu to movies from the scary genre like Annabelle: Creation, The Strangers: Prey at Night, Texas Chainsaw 3D, and The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia.
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Little Women, Banana Split, Radium Girls, Lean on Me, My Girl, and Love Actually are also part of the list of movies leaving the streamer. Moreover, some TV shows leaving include 30 Rock and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Synopsis of some of the best content to watch on Netflix before they leave
The Social Network
The Social Network is a biographical adaptation of Ben Mezrich’s book The Accidental Billionaires, starring Andrew Garfield, Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Johnson, and Justin Timberlake. The movie focuses on the discovery of a social networking website Facebook by a student, and how this young man is sued by two twins who claim the concept as their founding.
This American drama talks about a freed black slave searching for his long-lost wife, as she was sold to a plantation owner whom he wishes to rescue from the clutches of this brutal man. Fortunately, he is accompanied by an unorthodox German hunter, who helps Django to save his wife. Django Unchained is a tribute to Spaghetti Westerns and received two Academy Awards for best screenplay and performance.
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Midnight Sun is a romantic drama of 2018 narrating the story of a teenage girl suffering from a fatal disease. She remains sheltered under the walls of her home because sunlight is damaging to her body. Watching from her window for years, she falls in love with Charlie, who remains unaware of her genetic condition.
The Edge of Seventeen
Starring Hailee Steinfeld, this teen comedy delineates the life of a troubled and sensitive girl whose life changes after a sudden revelation. That Nadine’s best friend Krista is dating her older brother, which turns them into enemies. Furthermore, drama has received a positive response from the audience and critics while it doubled the profits after release.
Other than these there are several great stories awaiting Netflix users online. Go watch them before they get wiped out from the streamer.