Like every week, we bring you a list of every title leaving Netflix this week of November. There may not be too many big names leaving the roster, but if you had any of these on your watchlist, now is the time to binge it.
On November 6th, the Filipino romantic drama One More Try (2012) takes its final bow. November 7th marks the departure of Damnation season one, a period drama that explores the complexities of American society during the Great Depression. Additionally, Jerry Seinfeld: Comedian (2002) leaves as well. The documentary offers an intimate look into the world of stand-up comedy through the eyes of Seinfeld, considered one of the greatest comedians of all time in Western pop culture.
On November 9th, say goodbye to Lommbock (2017) and The Railway Man (2013). Lommbock is a German comedy that continues the story of two friends navigating the ups and downs of life, while The Railway Man is a war drama based on a true story starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.
November 10th sees Love O2O (2016) exiting the Netflix catalogue. This Chinese romantic drama, based on a popular novel, has garnered a passionate fan base for its sweet and endearing storyline.
On November 11th, the first two seasons of Laguna Beach bid farewell as the third season is set to arrive. Finally, on November 12th, several titles take their leave, including A Very Special Love (2008), First Love (2018), and The Beginning of Life 2: Outside (2020). These films span different genres, from romantic comedies to curious documentaries, offering a diverse array of stories.
Every movie and series leaving Netflix this week:
- One More Try (2012)
- Damnation (Season 1)
- Jerry Seinfeld: Comedian (2002)
- Lommbock (2017)
- The Railway Man (2013)
- Love O2O (2016)
- Laguna Beach: Seasons 1-2
- A Very Special Love (2008)
- First Love (2018)
- The Beginning of Life 2: Outside (2020)