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TV shows leaving Netflix in September 2017

Amy Wives fans only have a few days left to get through the series
Eljah Wood and Jason Gann in Wilfred
[Photo: FX]

Netflix have announced its monthly rearrangement of its content, which means that while we now have a mountain of new movies and television shows to watch over the next few weeks, there’s also plenty of shows leaving Netflix that we have to say goodbye to as well.

We have already told you the movies that are leaving Netflix. Those of you interested in the television shows that are departing the streaming website just have to take a look below, and sadly it is bad news for fans of Army Wives, Wilfred, Lego Ninjago, and Last Man Standing, as they are all departing.

The full list of television shows leaving Netflix in September, and the dates they’re being taken down, can be read here:

Shows leaving Netflix in September 2017

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SEPTEMBER 1
Better Off Ted: Season 2
Wilfred: Season 1  – 2
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: King of Shadows
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Way of the Ninja
The Batman: Season 1 – 5
The Deep End: Season 1

SEPTEMBER 9
Teen Beach 2

SEPTEMBER 10
Army Wives: Season 1 – 7

SEPTEMBER 11
Terra Nova: Season 1

SEPTEMBER 19
Persons Unknown: Season 1

SEPTEMBER 20
Raising Hope: Season 1

SEPTEMBER 26
A Gifted Man: Season 1
Sons of Tucson: Season 1
CSI: Miami: Season 1 – 10

SEPTEMBER 30
Last Man Standing: Season 1 – 5

Thankfully, Netflix is adding a whole slate of new material, too, which will go a long way to appeasing its subscriber. Especially since this includes a brand new season of Narcos. You can watch their handy video guide to what’s new to Netflix in September 2017, below.

As well as the brand new season of Narcos, every single episode of which will be available to binge from September 1, seasons of The Walking Dead, Bojack Horseman and The Blacklist will be available to devour, too. So there’s plenty to keep you occupied until the Netflix merry-go-round starts again in October.

 

 
 
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