What's leaving Netflix Australia in August 2019 - Here's the list

Netflix Australia leaving list is here. So many shows, movies, and series leaving on Netflix Australia in August 2019.

There’s so many important and major series leaving on this month. These are including The Killing, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, The Good Wife and Happy Valley. But there’s also too many series and movies coming on this month. You can see here. However, every country has different licensing agreements if you’re living in another country this not might be interested you.

What’s leaving Netflix Australia in August 2019

What's leaving Netflix Australia in August 2019

Leaving on August 1st

  1. Jab We Met (2007)
  2. The Departed (2006)
  3. The Fate of the Furious (2017)

Leaving on August 2nd

The Way Way Back (2013)

Leaving on August 3rd

2 Alone in Paris (2008)

Leaving on August 4th

Mothers and Daughters (2016)

Leaving on August 6th

  1. Back Roads (2016)
  2. Luke Warm Sex (2016)
  3. Mabo (2012)
  4. Sing is Kinng (2008)
  5. To the Beat (2018)

Leaving on August 7th

Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark (2014)

Leaving on August 8th

  1. Consumed (Season 1)
  2. Get Out (2017)
  3. The Evolution of Us (Season 1)
  4. To Build or Not to Build (Season 1)

Leaving on August 9th

  1. Chocolate (2016)
  2. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
  3. Rama Rama Re (2016)
  4. Superstar (2017)
  5. The Lego Movie (2014)

Leaving on August 11th

Woodlawn (2015)

Leaving on August 13th

The Royals (Season 1)

Leaving on August 14th

Metropolis (Season 1)

Leaving on August 16th

  1. Hey Qween! (Season 1)
  2. Look at Huh! (Season 1)

Leaving on August 17th

  1. Strippers (2017)
  2. Weekend Aristocrats (Season 1)

Leaving on August 20th

Boonie Bears: Spring Into Action (2014)

Leaving on August 24th

  1. Commandos (2015)
  2. Saving Sirga: Journey into the Heart of a Lion (2016)

Leaving on August 31st

  1. Can’t Run From Love (1 Season)
  2. DEATH NOTE (1 Season)
  3. Emergency Down Under (1 Season)
  4. Eyewitness (1 Season)
  5. Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough (1 Season)
  6. India’s Frontier Railways (1 Season)
  7. Mythbusters (2 Seasons)
  8. Prisoner Zero (1 Season)
  9. Sons of Anarchy (7 Seasons)
  10. Stalkers Who Kill (1 Season)
  11. Very British Problems (1 Season)
  12. YooHoo & Friends (2 Seasons)
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