Netflix November: What’s Coming and What’s Leaving

As we wind down October, it’s time to get a preview of what’s in store for Netflix November.

Maybe the biggest original series release next month is The Punisher. The adaptation of the popular Marvel anti-hero stars Jon Bernthal in the title role as he picks up where he left off in Daredevil Season 2. There’s a little added pressure on The Punisher to succeed as fan interest dwindled for Iron Fist and The Defenders. The Punisher debuts Nov. 17.

Returning for their second seasons are original shows Ten Percent (AKA Call my Agent!) on Nov. 2 and Lady Dynamite on Nov. 10.

Netflix November - She’s Gotta Have ItAdditionally, the first season of the series adaptation of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It is available Nov. 23. Stretch Armstrong & The Flex Fighters kicks off Nov. 17 and Dinotrux Supercharged debuts its first season Nov. 10.

Netflix November also has some solid new additions on the movie front.

Before he suited up as Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman laced up the cleats to star as Jackie Robinson in 42. The story of the man who integrated Major League Baseball arrives on Nov. 1 just in time for the World Series.

Will Smith has two featured Netflix November arrivals with the first installment of Men in Black and The Pursuit of Happyness. Both films debut on Nov. 1. Killing Ground, a film I didn’t like too much at all, debuts Nov. 7.

Still seeking some scares after Halloween? Silent Hill premieres Nov. 1. Need something to keep the family entertained for Thanksgiving? Boss Baby, one of the year’s most popular films, debuts Nov. 22.


For folks who don’t have OWN, the popular Greenleaf’s second season will be available Nov. 1.

Netflix November - How I Met Your Mother

As Netflix gives and Netflix takes away, make sure to see these films before they’re gone. Twilight, The Matrix trilogy, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, Sleepy Hollow and Shooter are leaving early on Nov. 1. The Heartbreak Kid skips town on Nov. 8 and the nine-season series run of How I Met Your Mother is gone as of Nov. 13.

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