There’s nothing like feeling totally validated in spending some weekend nights at home, cuddled up on the couch and eating junk food while binging on whatever movies or TV shows have hit Netflix that month. And with everything that’s coming to Netflix in November 2017, it will be almost impossible not to find something to be thankful for as the holiday season rears its glorious head.
Every month, the popular streaming service brings new shows and movies into its ranks, whether it be timeless classics or never-before-seen original projects. However, these new additions come with a price. While some shows and movies get added to the roaster, others are forced to leave the platform. I’d be lying if I said my heart didn’t break a little when One Tree Hill was removed from Netflix in October. And it turns out that November will deliver a similiar blow. How I Met Your Mother is leaving Netflix on Nov. 13, which for some fans means that they need to hurry up and finish their first run of the series in the next couple of weeks. Twilight is also on its way out, though if you haven't seen it by now, you probably don't plan on it.
But fear not, my friends — for every TV show or movie that’s leaving, there are a lot of great new additions coming to Netflix that might make up for those losses. Such as...
Casper (Nov. 1)
November might be past the days of the official Halloween season, but you can legit enjoy Casper all year round. But don’t be embarrassed if you still get choked up at the end, because I cry every single time.
Charlotte’s Web (Nov. 1)
The 2006 version of Charlotte’s Web, starring a still precocious and adorable Dakota Fanning, is like a childhood movie staple. Even if you can’t get your kids to read the book, watching Wilbur grow up into an adult-sized pig — and seeing it all in live action no less — is the next best thing.
Men In Black (Nov. 1)
You definitely don’t have to be into sci-fi, like at all, to enjoy the perfect mix of aliens and humor that Will Smith brings to the table in the very first Men in Black.
Scary Movie (Nov. 1)
Scary Movie spawned a ton of sequels (four to be exact), but none of them quite lived up to the original. But honestly, have the Wayans brothers ever steered us wrong?
The Pursuit Of Happyness (Nov. 1)
Both Will and Jaden Smith star in this touching and tear-jerking movie about a single father struggling to make it by with his young son as they stay in shelters and try to find a home. If you’re OK with sobbing into your microwave popcorn, you’ll pretty much love it.
Where The Day Takes You (Nov. 1)
The 1992 movie is a coming of age story in every sense of the phrase about a group of runaways who live on the streets of Los Angeles.
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (Nov. 13)
I feel like Netflix habitually adds and removes both Scooby-Doo films, but that just means you’ll have to get your fill once Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed premieres on Nov. 13.
Marvel’s The Punisher (Nov. 17)
You can never have too many superhero movies or TV shows and Netflix totally gets that. The Punisher is a spin-off of Netflix’s own Daredevil, and will follow this comic book character’s story as he comes to collect his revenge.
The Boss Baby (Nov. 22)
Thanks to my four-year-old, I’ve already seen The Boss Baby a few dozen times, but thanks to some well-placed jokes that even adults will find funny, it’s totally worth all of the rewatches your toddler will demand.
Also Coming In November:
42 Chappie Field of Dreams Michael Clayton
Stranger: Season 1
The Bittersweet The Reader
The Whole Nine Yards
To Rome with Love
Under Arrest: Season 7
All About the Money
It's Not Yet Dark
Ten Percent (aka Call My Agent!): Season 2
The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1
Dizzy & Bop's Big Adventure: The Great Music Caper
Fate/Apocrypha: Part 1
P. King Duckling: Season 1
Project Mc²: Part 6
The Journey Is the Destination
Blazing Transfer Students: Season 1
Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 1
Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 2
Lady Dynamite: Season 2
Long Time Running
Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1
A Christmas Prince
Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton
Longmire: Final Season
Luna Petunia: Season 3
Red, White, Black, Blue Odyssey
Shot in the Dark: Season 1
Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3
Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 1
Beat Bugs: All Together Now
Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers
The Case for Christ
She's Gotta Have It: Season 1
Cuba and the Cameraman
Frontier: Season 2
The Many Faces of Ito: Season 1
Broadchurch: Season 3
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7 Part 2
Glitch: Season 2
Good Morning Call: Season 2
The Queen Of Spain
Guerra De Idolos: Season 1
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