What's leaving Netflix in February 2024?

You'd better be quick before Netflix takes these big titles offline

Netflix removals in February include Homeland, Black Hawk Down and Sicario. (PA Images)
Netflix removals in February include Homeland, Black Hawk Down and Sicario. (PA Images)

Netflix is preparing to release a host of new content in February, which means that some films and TV shows from its back catalogue are going to be removed to make way for it.

That means subscribers better be quick if they want to catch them before they leave for good. From classic movies to hit shows of yesteryear, there is an array of content being removed from the 1 to 17 February that some viewers may well miss.

The full list of removals has not yet been confirmed, but here is everything you need to know about what is being removed from Netflix UK in January so far, with thanks to What's On Netflix.

What is leaving Netflix UK in February 2024?

Black Hawk Down was originally released in 2001, and Netflix subscribers soon won't have access to the classic war film. (PA Images)

The first of the month is, as expected, the biggest day for removals on Netflix with a number of films like Ridley Scott's war epic Black Hawk Down being removed. Other films being taken off the streaming platform include Eddie Murphy's 1984 classic Beverly Hills Cop, and 2016 reboot Ghostbusters: Answer the Call.

Streaming in February 2024

Fans of Channel 4's hit unscripted series Come Dine With Me will have to bid farewell to multiple seasons of the series, with old episodes being taken off Netflix from 2 February. Meanwhile families who enjoy animated series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir will need to catch up quick as the show is also being removed on the same day.

Elsewhere, 2021 films Ghostbusters: Afterlife is leaving the platform on 10 February, and Bradley Cooper's critically-acclaimed film American Sniper is being taken off it on 12 February. Denis Villeneuve may be preparing to release the next Dune film soon, but his 2015 hit Sicario is being removed from Netflix on 5 February, so fans of the director better check it out quickly.

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Emily Blunt in Sicario, which will be removed from Netflix in February. (Netflix)

Showtime's hit series Homeland is also being removed in its entirety on 17 February. Starring Claire Danes and Damian Lewis, the series followed a CIA agent as she dealt with terrorist threats and risked everything, including her mental health, in order to seek out justice.

Even Netflix originals aren't immune from the cull, as Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence is being removed from the streamer on 7 February. Some hit comedies are also being removed from Netflix in February like Bridesmaids, which leaves on 16 February, and She's the Man, which is being taken off on the 6th.

What's leaving Netflix UK in February 2024?

1 February

Bad Day for the Cut

Beverly Hills Cop

Black Hawk Down

Click & Collect

Ghostbusters: Answer the Call




The Smurfs 2

Smurfs: The Lost Village

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Zoom: Academy for Superheroes

2 February

Adrian’s Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Come Dine with Me


Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir

Zig & Sharko

3 February



4 February

Doob: No Bed of Roses

5 February


The Ultimate Braai Master

6 February

Around the World in 80 Days

7 February

Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence

Sons of the Caliphate

Sword Art Online

8 February

Meet the Adebanjos


9 February

She’s the Man

10 February

Can You Keep a Secret?

Ghostbusters: Afterlife


11 February

Mundina Nildana

12 February

American Sniper

Sleepless Society: Insomnia

15 February

A Time to Kill



Hostel: Part III

Knight and Day

Love & Other Drugs

The First Wives Club

16 February


Below Deck Sailing Yacht


Gareth Thomas: HIV and Me

Greg Davies Live: Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog

Greg Davies Live: The Back of My Mum’s Head

17 February


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