What's Leaving Netflix February 2024? Movie & Show Removals

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Month number two, loading! The shortest month of the year is also one of the busiest, so find out what's leaving Netflix February 2024 so you can make sure your queue is up to date and ready to play. After all, you can't plan a Galetine's or Valentine's — or Black History Month! — movie marathon without an updated watchlist.

This month, the streaming giant will bid farewell to dramas like Prisoners and The Last Black Man in San Francisco, sci-fi action flicks like Snowpiercer and Dune, and beloved favorites like She's the Man and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl.

Related: Every New Movie & Show on Netflix February 2024

The buzz worthy psychological thriller Don't Worry Darling starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, and Chris Pine (remember Spitgate???) will also be exiting the streamer at the end of the month. However, it is a leap year, so take advantage of that extra day to rewatch all of your favorites from the list below before they are removed.

But have no fear, as the slate of new content coming to Netflix in February will surely fill the Paul Blart: Mall Cop-shaped hole in your heart. Check out the full list of everything leaving Netflix in February 2024 below.

Leaving Netflix on February 7

MTV Floribama Shore: Season 1

Leaving Netflix on February 9


Leaving Netflix on February 10

Father Stu


Leaving Netflix on February 14

Chicken Run


Real Steel

Leaving Netflix on February 19

Operation Finale

Leaving Netflix on February 23

Married at First Sight: Season 12

The Real World: Season 12

Leaving Netflix on February 26

19-2: Seasons 1-3

Million Pound Menu: Seasons 1-2

Unsolved: Tupac & Biggie

Leaving Netflix on February 27

American Pickers: Season 15

Leaving Netflix on February 28

Babylon Berlin: Seasons 1-3



The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Leaving Netflix on February 29

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

Don't Worry Darling



Good Boys

Legends of the Fall

Lone Survivor

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2


She's All That

She's the Man

Stand by Me

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