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Netflix: 15 Best Movies (And TV Shows) Leaving In November

Cast of Steel Magnolias

8. Steel Magnolias

This classic female friendship movie is well worth a watch - charming, funny, and incredibly touching. And of course, boasting an incredible cast, including Julia Roberts, Shirley MacLain and Sally Field. Definitely a tear-jerker, Steel Magnolias is a great rainy day movie whether it’s your first time watching, or you’ve seen it a hundred times before.

Leaving: Nov 1

7. The Land Before Time (I, II & III)

The first three installments of this family-friendly dinosaur classic is heading off the streaming service at the beginning of the month, taking with it the characters that children have loved since the 80s. However, even with The Land Before Time, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure, and The Land Before Time III: The Time Of The Great Giving all leaving, there is still one left: The Land Before Time XIV: The Journey Of The Brave.

Leaving: Nov 1

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6. The Lazarus Effect

The Lazarus Effect boasts a star-studded cast (including Olivia Wilde, Donald Glover, and Mark Duplass), but the actors are best thing about this 2015 horror. The basic premise isn’t the most original (a group of researchers trying to bring people back from the dead), but it will still appeal to anyone looking to squeeze in a little extra horror by the end of the month.

Leaving: Nov 1

5. The Reader

Kate Winslet The Reader

Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes star in this period drama set over several time periods, as a young man meets and falls for an older woman, before she resurfaces in his life many years later, on trial for war crimes in WWII. As the layers are peeled back on this woman, The Reader paints a picture of a complex woman and a young boy who is still unsure of his feelings for her and will leave viewers asking themselves some tough questions.

Leaving: Nov 1

4. Up in the Air

Up in the Air George Clooney

This Oscar-nominated comedy-drama stars George Clooney as an HR consultant who makes his living traveling around the country firing people - a thankless job and a rootless life, but one that he claims to love. However, when his own job is threatened, he takes a trip with a new colleague and starts to see his own life in a new light… and one that might change his mind about his only goals being detachment and frequent flyer miles!

Leaving: Nov 1

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3. Anna Karenina

Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel has been adapted for the screen multiple times, but it’s the 2012 version that will be departing Netflix on November 12th. Starring Kiera Knightly in partnership with director Joe Wright for the third time, it’s a classic romance for a reason, centered on one woman’s search for happiness.

Leaving: Nov 12

2. Paddington

Paddington 2

Family-friendly Paddington leaves Netflix mid-month this month, and with Paddington 2 not on the streaming service, it’s time to wave goodbye to this loveable bear for now. Paddington takes the classic children’s character and brings him into the modern day, with a new Brown family to love the little Peruvian bear, and a museum taxidermist who is out to get him for his own (obviously nefarious) reasons.

Leaving: Nov 16

1. Undercover Boss: Seasons 1-5

The only full series to be leaving Netflix this month is Undercover Boss, with all five seasons currently streaming being cut on November 17th. This reality show sees the big bosses of large corporations go undercover as new hires in low-level positions to really understand how their business is working on every level - and how it feels to step out of the CEO’s office in their own company.

Leaving: Nov 17

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