Stream Before They Leave: Must-Watch Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in November 2021

Stream Before They Leave: Must-Watch Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in November 2021

Goodbyes are always hard. No matter who or what you are saying goodbye to, it always hurts. Netflix is ready to feel it as well as a number of shows and movies are going to leave the streaming service this November. There are several shows and movies that will leave, and it is not humanly possible to watch every single one of them. Hence, here is a curated list of movies and shows leaving Netflix in November 2021.

Angels & Demons (2009)

Based on the Dan Brown novel of the same name, the movie follows a symbologist named Robert Langdon and a nuclear physicist who work to investigate a murder and even stop a terrorist attack on the Vatican.

Inception (2010)

Directed by none other than the master Christopher Nolan himself, Inception is the story of a professional thief (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) who does not steal any materialistic thing but information from the subjects’ minds.

Jaws (The whole franchise)

You definitely do not want to miss out on this amazing series of films, which includes four different movies. Each one of these movies tells the story about the deadly predator from the oceans; Shark. A sure-shot chance to scream, pull your hair out and still be at the edge of your seat.

The Da Vinci Code (2006)

Following a murder inside the Louvre, investigators find clues in Da Vinci paintings. In that process, they uncover a religious mystery that was preserved by a secret society for generations. The secrets are big enough to even leave the largest religion in the world shattered.

Reckoning (Limited Series)

This Australian series depicts the horrific lengths that the male psyche can go to. It is the story of two fathers, one of whom is out on a murder spree. The show tells us about the lengths that these men will go to just to protect the people they love.

Haikyu!! (Season 1 and 2)

This anime revolves around a middle-school student who develops a love for volleyball after watching a championship. Now the kid is ready to give all he has just to become a volleyball star, like the players he saw in the championship.

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011)

The fourth and final installment in the Spy Kids franchise (Spy Kids: All the Time in the World) focuses on the story of Marissa Wilson and her attempts at capturing an evil foe named Tick Tock; who is prepared to take the entire planet hostage. Marissa gets help from her step-children Rebecca and Cecil, and they finally save the planet.

Well, these are some of the shows and movies that you should definitely check out. Tell us what else you will be watching before more shows start leaving Netflix in November 2021.

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