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Every month, Acorn TV brings us a new set of shows “from Britain and beyond”. Unfortunately, the addition of new shows means that some of the old ones must go. In most cases, you won't even notice the shows that leave – but if you miss something that's been sitting on your watch list, you might end up disappointed.
Most of the shows leaving in July are either older shows or documentary/lifestyle programming, so they probably won't be missed by too many – but we like to make everyone aware just in case they've been holding off on something.
Below, we take a look at which shows are leaving Acorn TV in July 2022. We've also gone through and added in alternative streaming options (as available) and suggestions for similar programming.
Prefer to focus on what's new and coming soon? Here's the July 2022 premiere list for Acorn TV.
British TV Shows Leaving Acorn TV in July 2022
Shows Leaving Acorn TV on July 5th
Sensitive Skin – 2014 – Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City) stars in this dramedy about a mid-life couple who sell their family home and move to an urban condo. Unfortunately, their wish for more excitement brings a little too much of it.
- Miss it? We're not aware of any other streaming options for this one, but you can get the original British version (starring Joanna Lumley of Absolutely Fabulous) on DVD if you're so inclined.
Shows Leaving Acorn TV on July 14th
Churchill: Blood Sweat, & Oil Paint – 1970 – Hosted by Andrew Marr, this BBC special tells the fascinating story of Winston Churchill’s lifelong love of painting. He meets Churchill’s descendants and explores the connections between his private passion for painting and his public career as politician and statesman.
- Miss it? You can also rent it HERE.
- RELATED: 300+ British Lifestyle & Documentary Series You Can Watch for Free
The Brilliant Brontë Sisters – 2013 – Sheila Hancock takes us on a journey through Yorkshire, looking at these incredible sisters who changed British literature forever.
- Miss it? This one's also available on BBC Select (at time of writing).
Shows Leaving Acorn TV on July 15th
Narnia’s Lost Poet: The Secret Lives and Loves of C.S. Lewis – 2013 – C.S. Lewis biographer A.N. Wilson embarks on a journey to find the man behind Narnia. He was incredibly secretive about his private life, and even his best friend (J.R.R. Tolkien) was unaware of his late-in-life marriage to a divorced American woman.
- Miss it? This one's also available to rent HERE.
The Genius of Roald Dahl – 2012 – Comedian and bestselling author David Walliams delves into Roald Dahl’s world, chatting with those who knew him best. He meets Dahl’s widow at the family home, and chats with longtime illustrator Quentin Blake as he draws a Dahl villain.
- Miss it? This one's also available on BBC Select HERE.
Shows Leaving Acorn TV on July 31st
Amnesia – 2004 – This miniseries tells the story of DS MacKenzie Stone, his tireless search for his wife who disappeared 5 years prior, and an amnesiac who factors into the case.
- Miss it? It's also available HERE on Prime Video at time of writing.
- RELATED: 14 of the Best Psychological Thrillers of British TV
Rake, Season 4 – Australia – 2011 to 2018 – Defense lawyer Cleaver Greene makes a career out of hopeless cases, perhaps because his own personal life is troubled enough to help him relate. Only seasons 4 and 5 remain on Acorn TV, and season 4 will be leaving on July 31st.
- Miss it? At time of writing, it's also available on Amazon Prime Video HERE.
Need More Viewing Suggestions for Acorn TV & Beyond?
If you're struggling to find something to watch – or you feel like you miss a lot of the “what's new on Acorn TV” announcements – check out our list of the best new shows to arrive on Acorn TV in 2021 or our “What's New on Acorn TV” page (which gathers up the monthly release lists by month and year).
If that's not enough to keep you busy, you can also check out our list of British TV Shows by Topic & Theme.
After founding I Heart British TV in 2016 as a resource for her granny, Stefanie has grown I Heart British TV into a resource that serves millions of British TV fans every year. When not writing posts or editing contributions to the site, you can probably find her working on the latest print edition of the British TV Streaming Guide.