What’s New and What’s Leaving Netflix November 2017

Netflix November 2017

November has almost arrived and that means Thanksgiving festivities are upon us and Netflix is preparing another helping of freshly-baked movies and television shows for us to consume. While a few namely programs from October have yet to be served, Netflix November 2017 has a number of tasty streaming content on the menu. Highlights of the incoming feast include Marvel’s violent new series The Punisher, the comedic documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, and the kid-friendly animated film The Boss Baby.

Netflix November 2017 will see the usually large spread of content, this month including the Jackie Robinson story 42, the inspirational baseball film Field of Dreams, and the rags-to-riches tale The Pursuit of Happyness. If you’re hungry for scariness, the reality-shattering Oculus, and horror game adaptation Silent Hill should calm any fright cravings. Those with more comedic tastes can check out the spoof Scary Movie or the alien hunting adventure Men in Black. Fans of unique animation can also treat themselves to the visually atmospheric 9.

Netflix November 2017

The titles leaving Netflix November 2017 may give binger watchers an upset stomach. The stylish Matrix trilogy is on the way out, as is the action thriller V for Vendetta. The superhero school film Sky High, spooktacular Goosebumps, and imaginative Hugo are also making an exit. The most heartbreaking removal is How I Met Your Mother, with the entirety of the romanticly comedic series being taken off the menu later in the month.

The last month has been pretty devoid of Netflix news, with the service’s focus on season 2 of Stranger Things taking the largest slice of coverage. With several interesting additions scheduled to hit the service in December and in the new year, it’s only a matter of time before more news hits. Stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for the latest gaming and entertainment news 24/7 and be sure to follow us on Twitter to be informed as soon as it goes live.

Netflix November 2017

Here’s what’s coming to Netflix November 2017 sorted by date:


November 1


  • 42
  • Casper
  • Chappie
  • Charlotte’s Web (2006)
  • Field of Dreams
  • Men in Black
  • Michael Clayton
  • Oculus
  • Scary Movie
  • Silent Hill
  • Stranger
    – Season 1
  • The Bittersweet
  • The Pursuit of Happyness
  • The Reader
  • The Whole Nine Yards
  • To Rome with Love
  • Under Arrest
    – Season 7
  • Undercover Grandpa
  • Where the Day Takes You

 


November 2


  • All About the Money
  • It’s Not Yet Dark
  • Ten Percent (a.k.a. Call My Agent!) (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2

 


November 3


  • Alias Grace (Netflix Original)
  • Eventual Salvation
  • The Big Family Cooking Showdown (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1

 


November 4


  • Williams

 


November 5


  • The Homesman
  • The Veil

 


November 6


  • The Dinner

 


November 7


  • Dizzy & Bop’s Big Adventure: The Great Music Caper
  • Fate/Apocrypha (Netflix Original)
    – Part 1
  • Killing Ground
  • P. King Duckling
    – Season 1
  • Project Mc² (Netflix Original)
    – Part 6
  • The Journey Is the Destination

 


November 10


  • Blazing Transfer Students
    – Season 1
  • Dinotrux Supercharged (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1
  • Glitter Force Doki Doki (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2
  • Lady Dynamite (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2
  • Mea Culpa (Netflix Original)
  • The Killer (Netflix Original)

November 12


  • Long Time Running

 


November 13


  • Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary
  • Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

 


November 14


  • DeRay Davis: How To Act Black (Netflix Original)
  • Hickok

 


November 15


  • Lockup: State Prisons
    – Collection 1

 


November 16


  • 9

 


November 17


  • A Christmas Prince (Netflix Original)
  • Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond (Netflix Original)
  • Longmire (Netflix Original)
    – Final Season
  • Luna Petunia (Netflix Original)
    – Season 3
  • Marvel’s The Punisher (Netflix Original)
  • Mudbound (Netflix Original)
  • Red, White, Black, Blue Odyssey
  • Santa Claws
  • Shot in the Dark (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1
  • Spirit: Riding Free (Netflix Original)
    – Season 3
  • Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1

 


November 20


  • Piranha

 


November 21


  • Beat Bugs: All Together Now (Netflix Original)
  • Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers (Netflix Original)
  • Saving Capitalism (Netflix Original)
  • The Case for Christ

 


November 22


  • Cherry Pop
  • Godless (Netflix Original)
  • The Boss Baby
  • Tracers

 


November 23


  • Deep
  • She’s Gotta Have It (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1

 


November 24


  • Bushwick
  • Cuba and the Cameraman (Netflix Original)
  • Frontier (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2
  • The Many Faces of Ito (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1
  • Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA (Netflix Original)
    – Season 1

 


November 27


  • Broadchurch
    – Season 3
  • Darkness Rising
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
    – Season 7, Part 2

 


November 28


  • Glitch (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2
  • Good Morning Call (Netflix Original)
    – Season 2
  • The Queen Of Spain

 


November 29


  • Guerra De Idolos
    – Season 1

 


November 30


  • The Details
  • Winning

Here’s what’s leaving Netflix November 2017, sorted by date:


REMOVED: November 1


  • Back to the Secret Garden
  • Black Books
    – Series 1
    – Series 2
    – Series 3
  • Christmas with the Kranks
  • Get Rich or Die Tryin’
  • Hard Candy
  • Hugo
  • Ravenous
  • The Brothers
  • The Legend of Hell House
  • The Matrix
  • The Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix Revolutions
  • The Newton Boys
  • Thomas & Friends
    – A Very Thomas Christmas
    – Holiday Express
    – Merry Winter Wish
    – The Christmas Engines
    – Ultimate Christmas
  • Twilight
  • V for Vendetta

REMOVED: November 3


  • Do I Sound Gay?

 


REMOVED: November 5


  • Hannah Montana: The Movie
  • Heavyweights
  • Sky High

 


REMOVED: November 8


  • The Heartbreak Kid

 


REMOVED: November 11


  • Goosebumps

 


REMOVED: November 13


  • How I Met Your Mother
    – Season 1
    – Season 2
    – Season 3
    – Season 4
    – Season 5
    – Season 6
    – Season 7
    – Season 8
    – Season 9

 


REMOVED: November 15


  • Jessie
    – Season 1
    – Season 2
    – Season 3
    – Season 4
  • The Human Centipede: First Sequence
  • We Are Still Here

 


REMOVED: November 16


  • Cristela
    – Season 1
  • Dream House
  • Joan Rivers: Don’t Start with Me
  • The Break-Up

 


REMOVED: November 17


  • Reggie Yates Outside Man
    – Volume 2
  • Somewhere Only We Know

 


REMOVED: November 22


  • The Warlords

 


REMOVED: November 25


  • Gringolandia
    – Season 1
    – Season 2
    – Season 3

 


REMOVED: November 30


  • Hatched
  • Legends
    – Season 1
    – Season 2
  • The Gambler

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