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Movies No More Available On Netflix After May

With the Netflix announcement of more than 70 new releases in May, several blockbusters will leave the streaming service in the coming month. Subscribers can only stream many of the expiring movies through May 1, 2022, which is why the last chance will be available in the coming days. The company is now drawing attention to this in a new trailer.

As is known, at the end of April it will mainly be licensed titles that have been available for a long time, which Netflix has only been able to obtain exclusively for a certain period of time. If you have subscriptions to Amazon Prime Video or Disney+ in addition to Netflix, you probably don’t need to worry too much. Normally the films rotate between the different streaming providers so that they do not disappear completely from the scene. Netflix: these films will leave the streaming program in May

  • SMS for you (on display until May 1)
  • The Da Vinci Code – The Da Vinci Code (on display until May 1)
  • Iron Man 1-3 (on display until May 1)
  • Suite Française – Melody of Love (on display until May 1)
  • The client (on display until May 1)
  • Before I Wake (on display until May 1)
  • Wetlands (on display until May 15)
  • Colonia Dignidad – There’s No Turning Back (on display until May 15)
  • Slender Man (on display until May 22)

Netflix: The new highlights in May 2022

Netflix will replace outbound licensed titles with a new lineup of movies in May. Including Madagascar, Constantine, Transformers: The Last Knight, Jackass Forever, and Jack Reacher: No Way Back. In addition, the focus is on the new crime comedy “A Murder Team Investigates Again” with Omar Sy, which will air next week.

However, the real highlight of May is the fourth season of Stranger Things, which can be seen from the end of May. You can also watch new episodes of The Circle, Deadwind, and Who Killed Sara?. Disney+, on the other hand, is targeting all Star Wars fans in May, because after a long wait, the new Obi-Wan Kenobi series with Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen finally starts. Amazon Prime Video, on the other hand, is trying the sci-fi series Night Sky with Sissy Spacek and JK Simmons, as well as the new action series Totems.