What’s leaving Netflix U.S. and Netflix Canada in April 2017

The Princess Bride leaving NetflixWith spring finally here, it’s out with the old and in with the new. When it comes to Netflix, that means it could be your last chance to binge-watch your favorite movies and TV series.

This April, say goodbye to film classics like Ferris Bueller’s Day OffThe Princess Bride and Vanilla Skyas well as seasons of TV hits such as House, M.D.; Firefly and The X-Files. Don’t be too sad, though — we’re sure the new movies and shows arriving next month will be just as good — we’ll provide a list highlighting the best of them next week.

Check out the full list of movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in April in both the U.S. and Canada. ~Ashleen Grange

In the US:

April 1
Ally McBeal: Seasons 1 – 5
Angel: Seasons 1 – 5
Better Off Ted: Season 1
Barbershop 2: Back in Business
Bones: Seasons 1 – 4
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Seasons 1 – 7
Chaplin
Dollhouse: Season 1
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Firefly
House, M.D.: Seasons 1 – 8
Lie to Me: Season 1
Menace II Society
Resident Evil: Extinction
Rosewell: Seasons 1 – 3
Snow Day
Stomp the Yard
Superman II
Superman III
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
Superman Returns
Superman: The Movie
The Agony and the Ecstasy
The Boys from Brazil
The Escapist
The Princess Bride
The Riches: Seasons 1 – 2
The Usual Suspects
The X-Files: Seasons 1 – 9
Vanilla Sky

April 3
Collateral Damage
The Circle

April 7
Legit: Season 2
Wilfred: Season 4

April 9
Hero

April 10
Legit: Season 1
Flower Girl

April 14
The Lazarus Effect

April 15
A Fantastic Fear of Everything

April 17
American Dad! Season 6

April 26
The Nutty Professor 2: Facing the Fear

April 30
Under the Tuscan Sun
The Mirror
Born to Defense
The Defender

In Canada: 

April 1
The Princess Bride
House, M.D. – Seasons 1 – 8

April 10
Horrible Bosses 2

April 12
Episodes – Seasons 1 – 4

April 15
House of Lies – Seasons 1 – 4

April 16
21 & Over

April 19
It Follows

April 28
Cinderella

April 29
The Croods

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Comments & Discussion

  1. J. Kerr • March 23, 2017 @ 12:36 PM

    This looks like the US Netflix as those Superman movies were never on the Canadian Netflix.

  2. Lucy R • March 23, 2017 @ 1:09 PM

    Do not want any more Gilmore Girls — last episodes were not as good — also why do we have different films and series episodes in Canada than the Us — we pay the same amount if not more — it should be universal in North America. At times I feel like cancelling my membership were it not for my grandchildren.

  3. Kylie • March 23, 2017 @ 2:36 PM

    So many titles I don’t even care about.

  4. Mary • March 23, 2017 @ 3:11 PM

    Seriously thinking of saying bye, bye Netflix. As the previous commenter said we pay the same as the US. Yet we get all the garbage leftovers………….

  5. Cathy Cawthray • March 23, 2017 @ 7:17 PM

    Please tell me WHY? Why is there a difference in programming between Canada and the U.S.?

  6. Summer • March 23, 2017 @ 10:03 PM

    I like knowing what to catch before they’re gone and I’m happy to say, most of these I don’t care about. Can’t wait to see what the new shows are though, and I’m looking forward to more seasons of The Queen and Stranger Things!

  7. Matty G • March 24, 2017 @ 11:56 AM

    Glad I’m not the only one who’s pissed about paying for a far worse version of netflix in Canada. Look at the extravagant list of shows and movies leaving US netflix compared to the pitiful Canadian list.
    If netflix doesn’t smarten up and make it universal amongst all countries, then Canadians will switch over to Kodi for good. Why would we pay more than our neighbor’s to the south for crappier service; seriously, I barely use netflix anymore and have been thinking of cancelling for a while now.

  8. GAle • March 26, 2017 @ 11:59 AM

    I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your blog.

  9. Rod • March 31, 2017 @ 6:45 PM

    Netflix Canada has Buffy (and Angel) right now. Since they’re only listed as going away in the US, presumably we Canadians get to keep them.

    This stuff isn’t Netflix’s fault. For example, if some competing streaming service pays whoever owns Buffy more money than Netflix is willing to, they’ll get it and Netflix will lose it. If that streaming service isn’t available in Canada, then we in Canada may get to keep it. Sometimes it’s good that we’re different countries!

    I for one am very happy with Netflix Canada.

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