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Here what’s leaving Amazon Prime in June

Stream while you can.


David Wharton


Posted on Jun 5, 2016   Updated on Aug 26, 2020, 11:51 am CDT

Depending on what you’ve been binging on Amazon Prime, you may have to take some vacation time and kick it into high gear. There are several movies expiring from the Prime catalog in June, but the biggest blow comes in the form of several multi-season series. We’re losing Whedonverse entries Firefly and Dollhouse, which is a bummer, but at least they’re both relatively short. Far worse will be the plight of anyone who’s in the middle of an X-Files or NYPD Blue binge. 

Unfortunately, Amazon was the primary streaming home for the ‘90s cop hit NYPD Blue—it’s not currently available on Netflix or Hulu. The good news is, most of these shows have come and gone several times in recent years, as contracts expire and are then renewed. Hopefully Blue will be back on Prime soon. And if not, the also-excellent Southland is about to premiere on Hulu in June, so…

As for X-Files, Netflix still has your back.

June 3

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Unrated and Super-Sized versions also expiring)

June 6

All the President’s Men

June 14

Dollhouse: Seasons 1-2

Firefly: Season 1

Lie To Me: Seasons 1-3

NYPD Blue: Seasons 1-12

Roswell: Seasons 1-3

The Unit: Seasons 1-4

The X-Files: Seasons 1-9

June 19

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Extended Edition (2009)

The Girl Who Played with Fire: Extended Edition (2009)

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest: Extended Edition (2009)

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*First Published: Jun 5, 2016, 3:23 pm CDT