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Netflix movies leaving soon: Last chance to watch 43 titles leaving in November 2021

Published Oct 29th, 2021 9:06AM EDT
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We showed you the full slate of new movies and shows coming to Netflix in November 2021. Then we drilled things down a bit to specifically highlight all the new Netflix originals coming in November (movies and series). Finally, we narrowed things down to all the new movies hitting Netflix next month. Wondering about all the Netflix movies leaving soon? And you have to see all the shows that are departing next month too, of course. The good news is that you’ll find everything you need to know right here.

It’s now time to take a look at all the movies and TV shows that are set to leave Netflix in November. That means it’s your last chance to check them out before they disappear.

Netflix movies and TV series leaving soon in November 2021

November is a huge month in terms of new titles coming to Netflix. Unfortunately, there are also plenty of Netflix movies leaving soon. Several TV series are set to depart as well over the course of the month. If you want to check them out before they vanish, we’ll help you out right here.

A sprinkling of titles will leave Netflix here and there beginning on October 1st, but the date to really keep in mind is November 30th. That’s when 22 different titles will be deleted from the Netflix catalog in the US. Of note, there are some seriously good titles on the list. Examples include School of Rock, Pineapple Express, Million Dollar Baby, and six seasons of Glee.

But if you ask us, the biggest loss comes on November 26th. That’s when Netflix will lose all three seasons of the British psychosocial mystery series Broadchurch. This show has a phenomenal cast including Olivia Coleman, David Tennant, Jodie Whittaker, and more. It’s a thriller that’ll leave you on the edge of your seat. Definitely start binge-watching it now so you can finish up before it’s gone.

But don’t let all that bum you out. You’ve still got plenty of time to stream most of the Netflix movies leaving soon. Scroll down to see everything leaving Netflix in November 2021.

Leaving November 1st

  • My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
  • My Little Pony: Happy Birthday to You!

Leaving November 4th

  • Bucket List
  • The Lovers

Leaving November 5th

  • The Late Bloomer

Leaving November 7th

  • Sleepless

Leaving November 10th

  • A Single Man

Leaving November 11th

  • Fruitvale Station

Leaving November 14th

  • America’s Next Top Model: Season 19
  • America’s Next Top Model: Season 20
  • K-on! the movie
  • K-On!: Seasons 1-2
  • Survivor: Season 20: Heroes vs Villains
  • Survivor: Season 28: Cagayan

Leaving November 15th

  • Safe House

Leaving November 17th

  • Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List

Leaving November 19th

  • Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

Leaving November 21st

  • Beverly Hills Ninja
  • Machete Kills

Leaving November 26th

  • Broadchurch: Seasons 1-3

Leaving November 29th

  • Man Down: Seasons 1-4

Leaving November 30th

  • 3 Days to Kill
  • A Knight’s Tale
  • American Outlaws
  • Are You The One: Seasons 1-2
  • Battlefield Earth
  • Chef
  • Clear and Present Danger
  • Freedom Writers
  • Glee: Seasons 1-6
  • The Happytime Murders
  • Ink Master: Seasons 1-2
  • Letters to Juliet
  • The Lincoln Lawyer
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Peppermint
  • Pineapple Express
  • Rake: Seasons 1-4
  • Richard Pryor: Live in Concert
  • School of Rock
  • Stargate SG-1: Seasons 1-10
  • TURN: Washington’s Spies: Seasons 1-4
  • Waterworld

Netflix movies leaving in October

October was a terrific month for new Netflix additions. Some of the hotly anticipated new content that debuted over the course of the month included Locke & Key season 2, The Baby-Sitters Club season 2, Bright: Samurai Soul, and You season 3. However, there’s definitely one title that tops them all. Beyond everything else, Army of Thieves premiered on October 29th! This is the hotly anticipated prequel to Zack Snyder’s smash hit Army of the Dead. Netflix subscribers seriously couldn’t wait to see it!

Sure there was plenty of new content to look forward to last month. But there were also some older titles that were shown the door. A total of 35 different movies and full seasons of TV series are departed over the course of the month. That meant it was your last chance to stream them before they disappeared. Highlights included Angels & Demons, Catch Me If You Can, The Da Vinci Code, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Inception.

Here’s the full list of October 2021 departures.

Leaving October 1st

  • Death Race: Beyond Anarchy
  • Tales From the Hood 2

Leaving October 3rd

  • Angel Has Fallen

Leaving October 6th

  • Real Steel

Leaving October 14th

  • Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin

Leaving October 15th

  • The Creative Brain

Leaving October 17th

  • U Turn

Leaving October 20th

  • Containment: Season 1
  • Free Fire

Leaving October 21st

  • The Hummingbird Project

Leaving October 23rd

  • The Mist: Season 1

Leaving October 27th

  • Rango
  • Shine On with Reese: Season 1

Leaving October 28th

  • Pup Star

Leaving October 30th

  • The 12th Man
  • Zack and Miri Make a Porno

Leaving October 31st

  • 60 Days In: Season 5
  • Angels & Demons
  • Battle: Los Angeles
  • Beowulf
  • Billy on the Street: Seasons 1-5
  • Catch Me If You Can
  • The Da Vinci Code
  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  • Forged in Fire: Season 6
  • The Heartbreak Kid
  • The Impossible
  • Inception
  • Legally Blonde
  • Mile 22
  • Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You
  • Reckoning: Limited Series
  • Snowden
  • Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny
  • Yes Man
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