Netflix UK: Every movie and TV series being removed from service in November 2022

Now that the clocks have gone back, it’s time to sit back and watch Netflix.

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Each month, a large selection of names are removed from the service without much warning.

This is why some movies and TV shows suddenly disappear from your watchlist.

So, to avoid surprises, here is a list of everything that is being removed in November, which does not include their first series set to leave the service in other countries.

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The cancellation also comes as Netflix announced the cancellation of the chart-topping series despite its final season ending on a cliffhanger.

NB: The Independent he wrote this list with the help of What’s on Netflix.

November 1

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Agey Se Right



ABCD: Any Body Can Dance


Arjun: The Warrior Prince

Bad boys



Beethoven the second

Beethoven’s Christmas


Martin Lawrence and Will Smith in “Bad Boys”


Chance Pe Dance

Chip Chup Ke

Christmas World

Chup Ke

Dark Horse: The Amazing True Story of the Dream Alliance

A Dead Man Down

Death Becomes Him

Decisa Houses

Dennis and Gnasher Freed (TV)

Dhan Dhana Dhan Purpose

Dhoondte Reh Jaoge

‘Death Becomes Her’ is being removed from Netflix


Doing Dooni Chaar

Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

Easy A

The End of Fear

Effie Gray


Getaway Plan


Ghosts of War

The Glass House


‘Easy A’ is being removed from Netflix


Hajwala: The Missing Engine


That Come Boom


Hidden in Plain Sight


Why Are You Single?

Human Behavior

Men in Gao

into the wild

John Wick: Chapter 2

Kai Po Che!


Katt Williams: The Pimp Story: Part 1

‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ is being removed from Netflix


Katti Batti

Killing Bill: Volume 1

Killer Cove

LA Confidential

He is a liar

Life in the… Metro

The Man on the Ledge

Marc Maron: Thinking Pain

Brother in law

Mumbai Meri Jaan

My Best Friend’s Wedding (2016)

Uma Thurman in “Kill Bill Vol 1”

Nobody Killed Jessica


Orange County

Our house

Oh Lucky! Lucky Oye!

Paan Singh Tomar


Pettersson and Findus 2

Point Break (1991)

Raja Natwarial


Richie Richie

Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles

Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce in “LA Confidential”




Set up

Broken Memories

Sigaram Thodu


Thick as a Thief

Time to Kill

We are the Mills

Welcome to Sajjanpurr


Best Picture Oscar winner ‘Spotlight’ is leaving Netflix

2 November

Bitten (TV)

Family Court (TV)

The Golden Path (TV)


Jack and Jill

In charge (TV)

The Little Nyonya (TV)

Miniforce X (TV)

My Mad Fat Diary (TV)

Pretty little liars (TV)

True Detective (TV)

All together (TV)

Indeed (TV)

Jennifer Lopez in “Hustlers”, is leaving Netflix

(STX Entertainment/YouTube/screengrab)

3 November

Flushed Away

From Dusk Till Dawn (TV)

The Lord’s Day (TV)

Mossad 101 (TV)

November 6

Beaver Falls

Burning the Axe

Human Capital

Lee Evans Concert

Line of Duty (TV)


Target Number One

‘Line of Duty’ premiere is being removed from Netflix

(BBC/World Productions/Steffan Hill)

November 7

Dead Pixels (TV)


10 November

It kills the Switch

Doctor Strange (TV)

11 November

Nokdu flower (TV)

12 November

If Something Happens I Love You

13 November

Fukrey Boyzzz: Space Mein Fukrapanti

15 November

End of Watch

A Good Liar

The Piano

‘Piano’ is being removed from Netflix


16 November

9 (2009)

At Dolphin Bay

Barbie: Spy Squad

Coups Retreat


Endless love

Hard Target 2

Intolerable Cruelty

Jarhead 2: Field of Fire

La Robe De Mariee Des Cieux

Les Misérables (2012)

George Clooney in the film of the Coen brothers “Intolerable Cruelty”

(All Images)

Man down (TV)

The way

My MVP Valentine (TV)

Naked Attraction (TV)

Professor Nutty (1996)

Silence (2005)

Westside Story (2003)

The Yard (TV)

Zero Dark Thirty

‘Zero Dark Thirty’, starring Jessica Chastain, is leaving Netflix

17 November

Tattoo Fixers on Holiday (TV)

18 November

5 Star Hotel


Good Birth (TV)


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