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Netflix in November: What’s Coming and What to Watch Before It’s Gone (Photos)

What’s Coming Nov. 1: “Cujo”
The day after Halloween, Netflix users can watch cinema’s scariest St. Bernard terrorize an unsuspecting family in the 1983 adaptation of the Stephen King novel.

What’s Coming Nov. 4: “The Crown”
Written and directed by Peter Morgan, Netflix’s new original series “The Crown” stars Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II. Early reviews of the ambitious period drama have mostly been positive.

What’s Coming Nov. 4: “The Ivory Game”
Netflix has carved out a space for itself in the Oscar documentary races, and its latest about black market ivory trade won rave reviews when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this year.

What’s Coming Nov. 22: “Mercy”
Written and directed by “Buried’s” Chris Sparling, Netflix’s home-invasion thriller follows four estranged brothers who return to protect their mother from a religious sect.

What’s Coming Nov. 25: “Boyhood”
Richard Linklater took over a decade to film his 2014 Best Picture nominee “Boyhood,” which follows the journey of a boy, played by Ellar Coltrane, from childhood into adolescence.

What’s Coming Nov. 25: “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”
One of Netflix’s most highly anticipated original series, “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will return viewers to Stars Hollow for four more episodes from creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.

What’s Coming Nov. 30: “The Jungle Book”
Disney’s live-action remake of “The Jungle Book” was one of the best-received films of 2016, boasting an all-star voice cast that includes Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o.


What’s Leaving Nov. 1: “Almost Famous”
Cameron Crowe‘s Showtime series “Roadies” wasn’t long for this world, but those missing the show can cope by revisiting his 2000 Oscar-winner “Almost Famous” until November 1.

What’s Leaving Nov. 1: “Chuck”
NBC’s low-rated 2007 spy comedy “Chuck” had an unexpectedly long five-season run purely due to the dedication of its die-hard fans. Celebrate their effort by revisiting the underappreciated series one more time.

What’s Leaving Nov. 1: “Legally Blonde” and “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde”
Based on the Amanda Brown novel of the same name and the inspiration for a 2007 Broadway musical, “Legally Blonde” earned two Golden Globe nominations in 2001.

What’s Leaving Nov. 1: “Powerpuff Girls”
Cartoon Network’s “The Powerpuff Girls” was rebooted earlier this year to much excitement from fans, but the original six-season series will be flying off Netflix next month.




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