With all that’s transpired in 2020, streaming services have become more popular than ever. Still, Netflix continues to shed material to make room for more titles. Viewers may be sad to hear that the award-winning show Mad Men is heading out, along with the famous podcast-turned-series Comedy Bang! Bang! Additionally, a plethora of international reality shows like Diva Brides and The Homecoming will soon be gone. Keep reading to discover which titles to check out before they leave Netflix in June.
Mad Men Won 16 Emmys And Five Golden Globes
Mad Men is a period drama that has been praised for its exemplary writing, acting, and historical accuracy. Jon Hamm portrays the character Don Draper, a womanizing executive at a highly successful ad company in 1960s Manhattan.
The story follows Don and the people in his life as they brave the cut-throat industry to maintain their lives of luxury. The series won a whopping 16 Emmys and five Golden Globes, so it’s likely worth checking out before it leaves Netflix on June 10th.
Comedy Bang! Bang! Features A Plethora Of Celebrities
Comedy Bang! Bang! is a comedy series based on a podcast of the same name. Both feature Scott Aukerman as the host and consist of celebrity interviews, games, and outlandish humor. The show also welcomes comedian Reggie Watts as the co-host and bandleader.
In season four, Watts left the show and was replaced by Kid Cudi, and later Weird Al. Catch Nick Kroll, Alison Brie, Dane Cook, and other celebrities on the show before it leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell Is Based On A Best-Selling Novel
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell is a historical fantasy series based on a best-selling novel of the same name. The story is set in England in the early 1800s and imagines a society wherein magic is highly accepted and used for political purposes.
The British Film Institute named it one of the top ten most important television programs of 2015, so it may be worth checking out before it departs Netflix on June 12th.
Diva Brides Is Satisfying Trash TV
If you couldn’t get enough of Bridezillas, then get ready for Diva Brides. The British series follows brides-to-be as they wreak havoc on friends and family with obnoxious and self-centered demands.
These brides will stop at nothing to achieve their dream weddings, without taking into account their budget or what the groom wants. It’s a guilty-pleasure kind of show that has the benefit of making the viewer feel like a saint compared to these women. The over-the-top series leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Ghost Town Gold Is For History Buffs
History buffs may want to check out Ghost Town Gold before it leaves Netflix on June 2nd. The reality show follows treasure-hunters Brit Eaton and Scott Glaves as they roam through abandoned towns, mines, graveyards, and more in search of artifacts.
Brit and Scott have a flair for the wild West and have been collecting and selling valuables for a decade. The series follows the duo on their travels as they look for collectibles and meet unique characters in the process.
Cannabis Is A French Crime Thriller
Leaving Netflix June 1st is a thriller series called Cannabis. The crime drama covers the aftermath of an international narcotics trade gone wrong. The plot takes off when a boat crossing the Mediterranean is robbed halfway between Spain and Africa.
The six-part series is spoken in French and stars Kate Moran, Christophe Paou, and Yasin Houicha. With a 6.9/10 rating on IMDb, the series may be worth checking out before the month is up, especially considering Netflix’s dubbing options.
Gentlemen & Gangsters Is Based On A Swedish Novel
Also leaving Netflix on June 1st is Gentlemen & Gangsters, a Swedish thriller that’s packed with everything you need to make a binge-worthy series: drama, romance, and crime. Its film counterpart was released at the same time under the title Gentlemen.
Both are based on the novel Gentlemen by Swedish author Klas Östergren, but this four-part series also includes story points from the novel’s sequel, Gangsters. The story recalls how a pair of friends got caught up in the gangster life in post-WWII Stockholm, Sweden.
Court Justice Involves Real Cases
Court Justice is a documentary series that revolves around real cases and real justices of the court. The show documents twelve judges of the Downing Center in Sydney, Australia as they rule on thousands of cases.
Each episode covers two to three cases that can be as mild as a ticket or as serious as assault charges. The production team sets up cameras all around the courtroom to capture the rulings. The magistrates also provide commentary on what happened for a deeper understanding of their process. The insightful series is leaving Netflix on June 2nd.
Botched Up Bodies Seeks To Fix Surgical Mistakes
The one thing scarier than the idea of going under the knife is that you’ll come out looking worse than before. That’s precisely the topic of Britain’s Botched Up Bodies. The reality series follows surgeons as they attempt to remedy disaster plastic surgery cases.
The doctors tackle these surgery mistakes to both correct the errors and provide clients with the results they had initially envisioned. Catch the reality show on Netflix before it leaves on June 2nd.
Bondi Rescue Is Like A Real-Life Baywatch
Bondi Rescue is a reality TV show that takes place at one of Australia’s busiest beaches: Bondi. The series follows the lives of professional lifeguards as they patrol the beach and participate in their daily routines.
The show has been compared to a real-life Baywatch in that it’s full of all the drama, only this time it isn’t scripted. From shark scares to lost children, these lifeguards perform thousands of rescues a year. Check out the day-in-the-life series before it leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Kitten Rescuers Is An Animal-Lover’s Delight
Self-described crazy-cat-lady Jo Brand hosts Kitten Rescuers, a reality series about the various professionals who save and protect cats. The show features vets, inspectors, volunteers, and others who are in the business of feline welfare.
Cat lovers will be cheering on the heroic animal rescue centers as they resolve every day “cat-astrophes.” There’s nothing like seeing a professional help out a precious animal to restore your faith in humanity. Catch the endearing series before it leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Border Patrol Is A Popular New Zealand Reality Show
In New Zealand, Border Patrol is all the rage. The series first aired in 2004 and has since raked in an average of 500,000 viewers an episode in New Zealand. The reality show reveals the goings-on at the country’s Customs Service, Ministry for Primary Industries, and Immigration.
The show won Best Reality Series at the New Zealand Screen Awards. It was also the most-watched show one week on the station TV One. Catch this addictive series before it leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Horror Homes Makes Fixer-Uppers Look Like Cake
When it comes to buying a house, there’s always a degree of risk. For the homeowners on Horror House, they discovered too late that their home was falling apart at the seams. The British series details the horrific problems that residents have uncovered in their house.
Whether it’s a natural disaster that left the home in shambles or system malfunctions due to age or improper building, these structures have become the bane of their owners’ existence. The jaw-dropping series leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
License To Drill: Lousiana Is A Southern Comfort Spin-Off
License to Drill: Lousiana is a spin-off from its parent series, License to Drill. The initial reality show took place in Northern Canada and followed natural gas drillers as they braved the harsh winter to perform their job.
The follow-up series follows the same group of oil riggers as they leave their homeland and head to sunny Louisiana for an off-season job. Observe the group hunting for natural gas in the Big Easy before the show leaves Netflix on June 2nd.
Bringing Sexy Back Encourages A Healthy Lifestyle
If you’re looking for a feel-good reality show, look no further than Australia’s Bringing Sexy Back. The series centers on participants who aim to adopt a healthier lifestyle, lose weight, and reclaim their confidence.
Presenter Samantha Armytage guides the audience through the participants’ weekly transformations. The sole season features eight episodes at an hour each. The series is set to depart from Netflix on June 2nd, so be sure to catch it while you can.
Power Battle Watch Car Is Kid-Approved
Power Battle Watch Car is an animation originating in South Korea and created in association with Hyundai Motor Company. The futuristic series centers on a car company that manufactures mini robot cars called Watch Cars.
The Watch Cars battle alongside their trainers. One of the Watch Car trainers is a young boy named Jino. When Jino and his friends discover that an evil force plans to take over all the Watch Cars, they team up to defend their city. Catch the series before it leaves June 1st.
The Homecoming Explores Multiculturalism
The Homecoming is a spin-off of the Korean show Non-Summit, wherein non-Korean residents of South Korea discuss the culture through the eyes of a foreigner. In The Homecoming, those same panelists travel to their various countries of origin.
As the talk show panelists visit one another’s homes, they get to experience everyday life, meet locals, and get a better understanding of the culture. The series will be leaving Netflix on June 2nd, so be sure to catch it before it’s too late.
Hotel Beau Séjour Is A Supernatural Mystery
Hotel Beau Séjour is a Belgian supernatural crime series that centers on a young woman named Kato. After waking up in a limbo afterlife, Kato seeks to uncover the details of her mysterious death.
As she investigates what happened, she becomes aware of the secrets hidden in her quaint town, which eventually brings her to her killer. The series’ lone season has ten episodes spoken in Flemish and available on Netflix until June 1st.
Los 10 Años de Peter Capusotto Pokes Fun At Argentinian Life
Leaving Netflix on June 1st is Los 10 años de Peter Capusotto, a Spanish comedy series starring comedian Peter Capusotto. The show consists of sketches that involve recurring characters. The series pokes fun at both rock music and Argentinian culture.
If you’re looking for a way to embrace a culture other than your own without having to travel, look no further than this quirky show, spoken in Spanish. There’s nothing like humor when it comes to connecting people around the world.
YOM Premiered On Disney Channel India
YOM is an Indian animated series that debuted on Disney Channel, India, in 2017. The show revolves around 11-year-old Yogendra Mathur, a schoolboy who has the power to transform into different animals, such as an eagle or a dog.
Though Yogendra can only maintain his animal form for 11 minutes at a time, he uses his special power to fight evil with the help of his friend and timekeeper, Riya. The kid-friendly series leaves Netflix on June 15th.