All 110 Movies & TV Shows Leaving Peacock This Month



  • Peacock is a constantly changing streaming service with a diverse range of content, including hit original shows and movies.
  • Peacock offers live sports streaming, making it a destination for fans of professional wrestling, soccer, and motorsports.
  • Many popular movies and TV shows are leaving Peacock in August 2023, including titles like “Marry Me,” “The 355,” and the entire Twilight Saga.



NBC and Universal’s signature streaming service Peacock features a wide variety of movies and TV shows that change from month to month, and many big titles are leaving Peacock in August 2023. First launched in July 2020, Peacock hit the ground running by carrying some of the most popular NBC shows and movies from day one. Since then, the streamer has diversified its platform by creating hit original shows like Bel-Air, and it has quickly positioned itself as one of the top subscription services on the market. Despite its wealth of content, Peacock is in a constant state of change, which sees many shows and movies leave each month.

With the backing of a powerful company like NBC, Peacock has thrown its hat in the original content ring and has produced new shows and movies that rival even the best that network TV has to offer. Additionally, the streamer has also branched out into the world of live sports which has made Peacock a live-streaming destination for fans of professional wrestling, soccer, and motorsports. The new shows and movies on Peacock have gained a loyal subscriber base, but with additions also comes the departure of popular content. These movies and TV shows leave Peacock in August 2023.

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Leaving August 6

A young woman and two young men walking outside together in Of An Age

This Australian movie featuring Serbian actors generated a lot of buzz in Australia’s film festival circuit in 2022, but it didn’t make a big international splash. It features a young man who competes in ballroom dancing and finds himself falling for the older brother of a friend. Though this gem is leaving Peacock in August, it will still be available to rent on various digital platforms, like Apple TV and Google Play.

Leaving August 8

Corey Cott and Holland Roden embracing in Making Waves

This Hallmark movie features Teen Wolf alum Holland Roden as a record label executive out to recruit a new band on the Outer Banks. When she heads out to a music festival to meet them, she discovers one of the band members is actually her childhood sweetheart. It’s a great summer movie concept for Hallmark, and it’s just added to Peacock in August as well. Unfortunately for Hallmark fans, their new content is only available to stream on Peacock for 72 hours. If they miss it, fans will have to try and track down one of its repeat airings on live television.

Leaving August 9

Gerard Butler in a jail cell with a gun in Copshop

For those who enjoy Gerard Butler’s action movie, Copshop offers a little something different. He’s more of a villain than a hero in this one. Frank Grillo plays a con artist who plots to get into a small town police station, planning to stay there out of reach of the hitman (Butler) who is after him. Unfortunately, the hitman, as well as another assassin (Toby Huss), find their way to him and things get a little complicated. The movie is a fun action flick in which most of the plot unfolds at one single location. Once it leaves Peacock this August, it will still be able to rent on digital platforms.

Leaving August 10

Jennifer Lopez in Marry Me

Starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Lopez, Marry Me centers on a superstar musician whose relationship goes south and an audience member at her concert ends up roped into a relationship to promote her new single. The movie is a great take on a modern romantic comedy, and Peacock was its exclusive free streaming home. Once it’s removed, fans will have to pay to rent it on a digital platform.

Leaving August 13

A black bear climbing a tree in Cocaine Bear.

Like Marry Me, Peacock has been Cocaine Bear’s exclusive streaming home until it leaves the streamer in August. Once it disappears from Peacock in the middle of August, it will be a movie that has to be rented on digital platforms like Apple TV or Prime Video. Inspired by a true story, the movie follows what happens when a bear ends up imbibing in the lost cocaine from a drug cartel. The action-comedy was directed by Elizabeth Banks and prompted a lot of speculation about sequel potential using other animals, like cocaine-fueled sharks, perhaps?

Leaving August 14

The blended family of a man, woman, and three children stand together outside in the Hallmark movie Big Sky River The Bridal Path

  • Big Sky River: The Bridal Path (2023)

Just three days after Big Sky River: The Bridal Path lands on the streamer, it will be leaving Peacock. The movie is a sequel to another Hallmark special, and it follows a blended family as they struggle to make things work. Like all new Hallmark movies, the deal is only for Peacock to allow streaming for 72 hours, so Hallmark fans will have to catch it quickly.

Leaving August 15

Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Anniston one either side of a divided bed in The Break-Up

  • The Break-Up (2006)
  • Lone Survivor (2013)
  • That Awkward Moment (2014)
  • A Safari Romance (2023)

Lone Survivor is the only action movie in this particular line-up. The rest of the movies leaving Peacock on August 15 are a little more romantic. A Safari Romance is one of the Hallmark originals while The Break-Up and That Awkward Moment both deal with the less fairy-tale-like aspects of relationships. Of course, fans looking for more romance will find plenty of options in the Hallmark section of Peacock, and there are also plenty of relationship comedies that don’t leave the streamer until the end of the month.

Leaving August 20

Penelope Cruz, Lupita Nyong'o, Diane Krueger, and Jessica Chastain standing near parked cars in The 355

Centering on a group of female secret agents from spy agencies all over the world, The 355 is stacked with talent. Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Fan Bingbing, and Jessica Chastain lead the cast. It’s a unique look at the spy genre since most spy films about saving the world tell their stories from a man’s point of view. If Peacock subscribers are disappointed that this one is leaving, and they want a little more story to last them, they could also check out the 2010 hidden gem of a series Covert Affairs starring Piper Perabo. It’s also available to stream on Peacock and there are five seasons worth of episodes.

Leaving August 21

Warren Christie and Rachel Boston walking dogs in The More Love Grows

  • The More Love Grows (2023)

Yet another Hallmark addition to Peacock for the month of August, The More Love Grows features a love story and an adorable dog. Rachel Boston stars as a woman whose husband blindsides her when he wants a separation after their daughter goes to college. She slowly begins to rebuild her life and ends up taking care of a stray dog with the help of a local veterinarian (Warren Christie). It is relatively standard Hallmark fare, so if subscribers miss it, there are plenty of other Hallmark options on Peacock.

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Leaving August 22

Carlos and Alxa PenaVega in the bright artwork for their Hallmark movie Never Too Late To Celebrate

  • Born for Business Season 1 (2021)
  • Never Too Late To Celebrate (2023)

Unlike other streaming platforms, Peacock isn’t known for removing its own original content, but it’s doing just that with the series Born For Business. The docuseries follows entrepreneurs who have disabilities and explores just how building a business can be difficult because of outsider perception. It’s a surprising loss for Peacock.

Never Too Late To Celebrate, on the other hand, is another of Hallmark’s summer movies. Starring real-life husband and wife Carlos and Alexa PenaVega, the movie has them playing a pair that unites with the idea that it’s never too late to celebrate milestones that might have been missed. The duo have several other movies available from their contracts with Hallmark on Peacock, like Love At Sea.

Leaving August 23

Two men in a dinghy approach a stranded boat full of asylum seekers in Safe Harbour

This Australian miniseries consists of just four episodes, but they are intense. The thriller follows a group of Australians who come across a boat of asylum seekers while traveling, and decide to tow them in. Unfortunately, tragedy strikes while doing so, and four years later, the seemingly well-intentioned action comes back to haunt them. Despite Safe Harbour leaving Peacock in August, it will still be available to stream on Hulu.

Leaving August 24

Various Made In Chelsea cast members against a white background

  • Made in Chelsea Seasons 18-23

This English reality series airs on E4 in the UK long before it’s made available to stream on Peacock. It follows a group of wealthy young people living in England and on their travels. Though six seasons of Made In Chelsea are leaving Peacock in August, it’s important to note that the two most recent seasons of the series aired in late 2022 and mid-2023 on E4 in England and haven’t been available in the US yet. It’s entirely possible that those two seasons will eventually be available to stream on Peacock. The series also boasts eight spin-offs, none of which are available to stream on Peacock yet.

Leaving August 27

Woody Harrelson as a basketball coach in front of some of his team in Champions
Woody Harrelson in Champions

This Woody Harrelson dramedy didn’t get a wide theatrical release before it was made available to stream on Peacock, so much of its viewership has been based on word of mouth. Harrelson stars as a basketball coach who loses his job and has to perform court-ordered community service coaching a team of young people with intellectual disabilities. While he has a hard time at first, eventually, he gets to know and understand his team, seeing them as more than just pieces in a game play. Even though it’s leaving Peacock, the movie is still available to see in a handful of movie theaters.

Leaving August 29

A man and woman embrace and smile in front of the grapes in a vineyard in Napa Ever After

Hallmark has a huge summer lineup, and Napa Ever After is one of the many movies coming to Peacock from Hallmark in August. Like all the other new Hallmark movies, it will only be available to stream for 72 hours. In this dramatic romance, a woman (Denise Boutte) inherits her grandmother’s winery, and as she begins to renovate it, learns a lot more about her estranged family member. While doing so, she also falls for the man (Colin Lawrence) helping her.

Leaving August 31

The Cullen vampire family along with Jacob Black and Bella Swan in the Twilight movies

  • 2012 (2009)
  • 21 Jump Street (2012)
  • 8 Mile (2002)
  • Addicted (2014)
  • Admission (2013)
  • Alex Cross (2012)
  • American Pie (1999)
  • American Pie 2 (2001)
  • American Reunion (2012)
  • American Wedding (2003)
  • Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Three Bedrooms, One Corpse (2016)
  • At Home in Mitford (2017)
  • Apollo 13 (1995)
  • Baby Mama (2008)
  • Blood Ties (2012)
  • The Burbs (1989)
  • A Beautiful Place to Die: A Martha’s Vineyard Mystery (2020)
  • Campfire Christmas (2022)
  • The Christmas Bow (2020)
  • Christmas in Vienna (2020)
  • Christmas Sail (2021)
  • Couples Retreat (2009)
  • Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
  • Crossword Mysteries: Proposing Murder (2019)
  • Deep Impact (1998)
  • Defiant Ones (Season 1)
  • Do The Right Thing (1989)
  • Engaging Father Christmas (2017)
  • Fanboys (2009)
  • Field of Dreams (1989)
  • For a Good Time, Call… (2012)
  • For Love of the Game (1999)
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
  • A Gift of Miracles (2015)
  • Greenberg (2010)
  • Half Baked (1998)
  • Hallmark Drama’s Christmas Cookie Matchup (Season 1)
  • Have No Fear – The Life of Pope John Paul (2005)
  • Hellboy Il: The Golden Army (2008)
  • The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (2021)
  • Hurricane Season (2009)
  • The Interview (2014)
  • Joe (2014)
  • Jumping The Broom (2011)
  • Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
  • The Last Legion (2007)
  • Life on the Line (2015)
  • Little Fockers (2010)
  • Love The Coopers (2015)
  • Mama (2013)
  • Marmaduke (2010)
  • Marauders (2016)
  • Marrying Father Christmas (2018)
  • Marrying Mr. Darcy (2018)
  • Meet Joe Black (1998)
  • Meet The Fockers (2004)
  • Meet The Parents (2000)
  • Midnight in the Switchgrass (2021)
  • Mystery Men (1999)
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)
  • Our Idiot Brother (2011)
  • Outlander (2009)
  • Pineapple Express (2008)
  • Reality Bites (1994)
  • The Replacements (2000)
  • Riddick (2013)
  • Role Models (2008)
  • Save Me Seasons 1-2
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream (2015)
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told (2015)
  • Sister of the Bride (2019)
  • Snapped Season 11
  • Snitch (2013)
  • A Song for Christmas (2017)
  • Soul Men (2008)
  • The Spirit (2008)
  • State Property (2002)
  • There’s Something About Mary (1998)
  • This is 40 (2012)
  • Twilight (2008)
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011)
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012)
  • The Twilight Saga: The Eclipse (2010)
  • The Twilight Saga: The New Moon (2009)
  • Van Helsing (2004)
  • Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
  • Waterworld (1995)
  • Wedding at Graceland (2019)
  • The Wedding Veil (2022)
  • What Happens in Vegas (2008)
  • Woody Woodpecker (2017)
  • Zack And Miri Make a Porno (2008)

The last day of the month is always a huge day for movies leaving Peacock. Just as most library movies are added on the first day, most leave on the last day. In this case, however, it isn’t just library titles that originally premiered in theaters. There are also a lot of Hallmark original movies leaving Peacock on August 31, indicating that the streamer could be getting ready to add a lot of new content in September.

The biggest surprise to leave Peacock in August, however, might be the Twilight Saga. The series of movies just joined the streamer in July and Twilight fans tend to rewatch the movies quite a bit, making it a great catch for streamers. Of course, the movies also tend to make their rounds on different streaming services, so all the Twilight Saga movies will likely be added to a new streaming service in September just in time for Peacock to get a fresh batch of movies and series as well.