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What’s Leaving Netflix in November 2017

As expected, a number of movies and television shows will be departing from Netflix over the course of the next month.

All nine seasons of “How I Met Your Mother” and all four seasons of “Jessie” will be taken off the streaming service in November, along with “Goosebumps” and “Legends.”

“Twilight,” “V for Vendetta,” and “The Matrix” are among the movie titles leaving on Nov. 1. Later in the month, “Hannah Montana: The Movie” and “Sky High” will no longer be available to stream.

Below is a full list of the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix this month.

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

Nov. 3
Do I Sound Gay?

Nov. 5
Hannah Montana: The Movie
Heavyweights
Sky High

Nov. 8
The Heartbreak Kid

Nov. 11
Goosebumps

Nov. 13
How I Met Your Mother: Seasons 1-9

Nov. 15
The Human Centipede: First Sequence
Jessie: Seasons 1-4
We Are Still Here

Nov. 16
The Break-Up
Cristela: Season 1
Dream House
Joan Rivers: Don’t Start With Me

Nov. 17
Reggie Yates Outside Man: Volume 2
Somewhere Only We Know

Nov. 22
The Warlords

Nov. 25
Gringolandia: Seasons 1-3

Nov. 30
The Gambler
Hatched
Legends: Seasons 1-2

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