Here’s Everything Leaving Australian Netflix In January [Updated]

2019 is set to be a big year for Netflix, with a brace of new shows launching on the service. Unfortunately, we will also be bidding farewell to some preexisting favourites. Here are all the titles disappearing this month – including 24 movies and 18 TV shows. Watch them while you still can!

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The following list – which comes courtesy of New On Netflix – consist of movies and TV shows that Netflix pays a licencing fee for. We’ve included the expiration dates so you know precisely how long you have to watch them.

Movies Leaving Netflix In January

There are some notable film losses this month, including the animated tear-jerking classic The Iron Giant, rom-com fave Crazy Stupid Love, the fun creature feature Kong: Skull Island and Johnny Depp’s last good movie, Blow.

Most of the good stuff is being pulled from the service tonight (January 14) so make it a marathon.

The Watcher – Jan 8

In this fact-based thriller, a young couple buys their dream home only to learn it has a grim past — and that someone is watching their every move.

The Karma Killings – Jan 9

For two years, dozens of New Delhi children have gone missing. When police finally crack the case, two men are convicted, but details don’t add up.

Aliens in the Attic – Jan 10

The Pearson kids discover a space alien camping out in their attic. They can’t help but love the little guy, until they learn he’s not alone.

Before I Wake – Jan 11

Still mourning the death of their son, Mark and Jessie welcome foster child Cody into their lives. Soon they discover he has a strange ability.

13 Hours – Jan 12

Members of an elite security team battle to save the lives of trapped U.S. Consulate personnel under attack by armed terrorists in Benghazi, Libya.

Free Birds – Jan 13

When two adversarial turkeys find a time machine, they take a wild trip to the past to try to take turkey off the traditional Thanksgiving menu.

The Candidate – Jan 14

At his country estate, a rich businessman who wants to be president is groomed by a campaign team to create an image palatable to middle-class voters.

Blow – Jan 14

Cocaine smuggler George rises from poverty to become one of the biggest drug dealers in America before his eventual downfall.

Air – Jan 14

Two lone engineers monitoring the precious oxygen in a post-apocalyptic cryo-chamber begin to lose their minds, endangering the future of humanity.

Crazy Stupid Love – Jan 14

When Cal learns that his wife wants a divorce, he reluctantly faces the prospect of single life with the counsel of a smooth young bachelor.

Horrible Bosses – Jan 14

Three disgruntled buddies can’t leave their miserable jobs, so they cook up a creative strategy for eliminating their micromanaging bosses instead.

Horrible Bosses 2 – Jan 14

Three disgruntled buddies can’t leave their miserable jobs, so they cook up a creative strategy for eliminating their micromanaging bosses instead.

Innsaei – Jan 14

Renowned thinkers and spiritualists discuss the Icelandic concept of innsæi, which enables humans to connect through empathy and intuition.

The Iron Giant – Jan 14

Amid the backdrop of the Cold War, a 9-year-old boy befriends a colossal yet gentle robot that a paranoid government agent is intent on destroying.

New Jack City – Jan 14

Streetwise cops try to bring down a drug dealer who rises to the top of the crack cocaine racket by taking over a Harlem apartment building.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies – Jan 14

When a young woman is murdered, the media hound and vilify a retired schoolteacher, whose only crimes are his odd appearance and overbearing manners.

Our Sister Mambo- Jan 15

In a loving but slightly crazy family, a young lawyer quits her job to become an apprentice chef while trying to help her three sisters get married.

Miss You Already – Jan 16

Best friends since grade school, Milly and Jess struggle to keep their relationship as strong as ever when Milly is diagnosed with breast cancer.

Kong: Skull Island – Jan 18

A U.S. military and scientific team sets out to survey an uncharted remote island, unaware of the gigantic surprise that lies in wait for them.

Go With Me – Jan 18

Menaced by a psychopath who’s got the local cops scared, waitress Lillian turns to a mysterious old logger to help her turn the tables on her stalker.

Chips – Jan 18

An undercover FBI agent teams up with a former motocross champ to bring down a corrupt group of California Highway Patrol motorcycle cops.

Out of My Hand – Jan 18

After a Liberian plantation worker’s efforts to unionize come to naught, he decides to start fresh as a cab driver in New York City.

Precious Puppies – Jan 19

From newborn pups to working dogs to furry movie stars, cute pooches of all breeds abound in this film that explores the delightful world of canines.

Gato Negro – Jan 19

After a troubled boyhood in the 1950s countryside, a simple Argentine grows into a successful businessman with a dark side in 1980s Buenos Aires.

TV Shows Leaving Netflix In January

As usual, Netflix’s third-party TV shows aren’t particularly essential – it’s mostly reality TV and niche documentaries. With that said, there are still some notable departures in January, including the original He-Man cartoon (for nostalgia buffs only) and Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Inexplicable Universe.

  • Chiro – Jan 12
  • Chasing Life – Jan 12
  • Pororo – The Little Penguin – Jan 12
  • Earth to Luna! – Jan 14
  • The Inexplicable Universe with Neil deGrasse Tyson – Jan 14
  • The Lava Field – Jan 14
  • Chasing Life – Jan 14
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe – Jan 16
  • She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (original series) – Jan 16
  • The Naked Truth – Jan 21
  • Lockup: Raw – Jan 27
  • Conmen Case Files – Jan 31
  • The Eccentrics – Jan 31
  • Les beaux malaises – Jan 31
  • Liquid Edge – Jan 31
  • Shopkins – Jan 31
  • The Story of Maths – Jan 31
  • Super Senses – Jan 31

Fortunately, there are a bunch of brand-new movies and TV shows coming to the service in January – click here for the full list!

[Via New On Netflix]

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