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7 Shows & Films Leaving Netflix & Prime Video In October

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With the festivities kicking in and October coming to an end, there are a lot of shows and films you need to catch up on. Every month as part of a regular churn, OTT platforms remove some of the shows and films. The good news is that you still have time to catch your favourites.

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You’ve got about a week to binge-watch shows and films like Begin Again, Miss Congeniality and Naruto on Netflix and Stree, Borat on Amazon Prime Video as they will soon be gone from the streaming world. 

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Begin Again Starring Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo and Adam Levine, the film has been a fan favourite. The film is leaving Netflix on October 26. 

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StreeThe horror comedy starring Rajkummar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor is just the perfect film to watch with your family. The film is leaving Netflix on October 29.

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Borat:  Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of KazakhstanSacha Baron Cohen's most iconic character is saying goodbye to OTT soon. The film will leave Prime Video on October 30.

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Catch Me If You CanWatching a young Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks is always a good idea. The film leaves Prime Video on October 30.

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Bridget Jones’s DiaryRenee Zellweger's Bridget Jones’s Diary is a classic and the franchise film will be leaving Prime Video on October 31.

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Naruto The first 9 seasons of the most popular anime of all time are available on Netflix but not for long. The show will make an exit on October 31.

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Miss Congeniality 1 & 2 Sandra Bullock is an impressive F.B.I. Agent and we love to see her go undercover to save the world. Both parts of the film will leave Netflix on October 31.