What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2022

Netflix classics like Schitt’s Creek and Hemlock Grove will say goodbye to Netflix this month.


Just as a new month of Netflix brings new titles, it also means some titles will have to leave the service, and that’s exactly what’s happening this October. Perhaps the most notable titles to say goodbye are the fan-favorite Emmy-winning comedy series Schott’s Creek who will migrate to Hulu the day after, and the Eli Roth-produced series Hemlock Grove one of the streamer’s very first original shows to star Bill Scarsgard A few years earlier he made his name playing a certain evil clown. All nine seasons of the popular anime Naruto will be leaving Netflix at the end of the month. Other major titles leaving the service include hot YA romance Tothe Oscar-winning drama 8 miles With eminemand comedy favorites like Miss Kindness, Friday, The Diary of Bridget Jonesand Ferris turns blue.

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Check out the list below to see when these titles and more are leaving Netflix this October.


Departure on October 2nd:

Schitt’s Creek: Seasons 1-6

Departure on October 7th:

Sofia the First: Seasons 1-4

Departure on October 8th:

To

Departure on October 13:

Apocalypse now Redux

Everything has to go

Little Italy

scary movie 4

The girl next door

Departure on October 14:

Bleach the Movie: Fade to Black

Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse

Departure on October 15:

scary 2

Departure on October 21:

Yes, God, yes

Departure on October 22nd:

Hemlock Grove: Seasons 1-3

Departure on October 26th:

Start again

Departure on October 27th:

Metallica through the never

Departure on October 31:

8 miles

The Diary of Bridget Jones

Ferris turns blue

Unbound

Friday

Friday after the next

Johnny mnemonics

Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath: Seasons 1-3

Lemony Snickets A series of unfortunate events

Miss Kindness

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

monster in law

Naruto: Seasons 1-9

The notebook

rock of times

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