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Watch these 9 movies and TV shows before they leave Netflix next week

Updated Nov 9th, 2022 12:09PM EST
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The arrival of November brought dozens of new movies and Netflix series to stream, including titles like Enola Holmes 2, The Crown, and the first half of Manifest Season 4.

But all those arrivals, of course, also coincide with the streamer culling its massive library on a regular basis, given that licensing agreements for Netflix’s third-party content are constantly expiring. The streamer can either keep all those series and movies, or let them roll off to a different platform as it sees fit.

Netflix series and movies leaving soon

As far as what’s coming and available to watch now, check our comprehensive guide covering November to read about all the Netflix series and movies arriving on the streamer in the coming weeks — in all, 121 brand-new titles.

It’s part of our ongoing Netflix coverage that includes everything coming and going from the service; plus our curated weekend snapshots of what to watch the following week; rundowns of Netflix’s weekly global Top 10 lists — as well as reviews of Netflix series and movies, plus interviews with cast and creators.

In the meantime, what you’ll find below are all the movies and shows that are leaving the service by the end of next week, including a number of reality shows, kids’ content, and more. The Netflix series and movies departing between November 14-18 include:

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Andy Meek is a reporter based in Memphis who has covered media, entertainment, and culture for over 20 years. His work has appeared in outlets including The Guardian, Forbes, and The Financial Times, and he’s written for BGR since 2015. Andy's coverage includes technology and entertainment, and he has a particular interest in all things streaming.

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