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Everything Leaving Netflix in June 2022

Stand By Me and the first 10 seasons of , it's still bittersweet to see them go. Below, see all of the TV shows, documentaries, and films leaving Netflix in June 2022. If you're looking for some brighter news, Netflix also released their list of new and nostalgic content being added to the queue next month, including Jennifer Lopez's highly anticipated Super Bowl Halftime show documentary, season three of The Umbrella Academy, and Andrew Garfield's first Spider-Man movie.

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Stand By Me and the first 10 seasons of , it's still bittersweet to see them go. Below, see all of the TV shows, documentaries, and films leaving Netflix in June 2022. If you're looking for some brighter news, Netflix also released their list of new and nostalgic content being added to the queue next month, including Jennifer Lopez's highly anticipated Super Bowl Halftime show documentary, season three of The Umbrella Academy, and Andrew Garfield's first Spider-Man movie.

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