Netflix rolling out 43 original series in November; here’s what’s coming and going

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Netflix Inc. is mobilizing ahead of the launch of two big new competitors in November with an armory of 59 new offerings next month, including the arrival of 43 original programs.

The company said the line-up changes will include “a lot of Christmas titles” added throughout the month, for both a U.S. and international audience, as well as the exit of at least 72 shows and movies (see below).

Apple Inc.’s AAPL, +2.26%   new streaming video service Apple TV+ is set to launch on Nov. 1, while Walt Disney Co.’s DIS, +0.25%   Disney+ will launch on Nov. 12. Netflix acknowledged for the first time last week when it reported third-quarter results that these new services actually pose a threat.

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“What’s coming to Netflix to counter their launches?” Netflix said in a statement previewing its November lineup. “You’ll be seeing a lot of Christmas titles added to Netflix throughout November as Netflix gears up for the holiday season.”

Worries about competition has weighed on Netflix’s stock NFLX, -1.39%  , relative to its competitors and the broader stock market in recent months. The stock has shed 10% over the past three months, while Disney shares have slipped 8.4%, Apple’s stock has run up 19.3% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.52%  has gained 1.7%.

Netflix recently said it was planning to raise another $2 billion in debt to fund the production of new content. The “junk”-rated debt will be denominated in U.S. dollars and euros. Read more about Netflix’s debt issuance.

Here’s the list of shows and movies that are coming, and the days they are scheduled to debut (N: Netflix originals):

N — Every Thursday: “Explained” (Volume 2)

N — Weekly starting Nov. 10th: “Patriot Act with Hasan Minaj” (Volume 4)

November 1

• “100% Hotter” (Season 1)

• “A Remarkable Tale”

N “Ad Vitam” (Season 1)

N “American Son”

• “Apache Warrior”

N “Atypical” (Season 3)

• “Christmas Survival”

N “Drive”

• “Elliot the Littlest Reindeer”

• “Euphoria/Euforia”

N “Fire in Paradise”

N “Hache” (Season 1)

N “Hello Ninja” (Season 1)

N “Holiday in the Wild”

• “How to be a Latin Lover”

• “Maid-Sama!” (Season 1)

• “Mars” (Season 2)

N “Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!” (Season 1)

• “Santa Girl”

• “Spitfire: The Plane that Saved the World”

• “The Christmas Trap”

• “The Deep” (Season 3)

N “The King”

N “The Man Without Gravity”

• “The Tuxedo”

N “True: Drabbleapple Harvest”

N “We Are the Wave” (Season 1)

November 4

N “The Devil Next Door” (Limited docu-series)

November 5

N “The End of the F***ing World” (Season 2)

N “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” (Season 4)

November 8

N “Busted!” (Season 2)

N “Green Eggs and Ham” (Season 1)

N “The Great British Baking Show: Holiday Special” (Season 2)

N “Wild District/Distrito Salvaje” (Season 2)

November 9

N “Little Things” (Season 3)

November 12

N “Harvey Girls Forever!” (Season 3)

N “Jeff Garlin: “Our Man in Chicago”

November 15

N “Go! The Unforgettable Party”

N “Earthquake Bird”

N “El club” (Season 1)

N “Klaus”

N “Llama Llama” (Season 2)

N “The Toys That Made Us” (Season 3)

N “The Stranded Season” (Season 1)

N “The Yard” (Part 2)

November 17

N “The Crown” (Season 3)

November 19

N “Iliza Shlesinger: Unveiled”

November 21

N “The Knight Before Christmas”

November 22

N “Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings” (Season 1)

N “High Seas/Alta Mar” (Season 2)

N “Nailed It! Holiday” (Season 2)

November 26

N “Super Monsters: Save Christmas”

N “True: Winter Wishes”

November 27

N “The Irishman”

November 28

N “Merry Happy Whatever” (Season 1)

N “The Dragon Prince” (Season 3)

November 29

N “Sugar Rush Christmas” (Season 1)

Now here’s what’s leaving Netflix throughout November:

November 1

• “Capture Wild School”

• “Freddy Heineken”

• “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having”

• “The Girl I Loved”

• “The Pinkertons”

• “Too Young to Die”

• “Truth and Power”

• “Wild Australia with Ray Mears”

• “Wild France with Ray Mears”

• “Wild North”

• “Wildlife Quest”

• “Wildlife SOS”

• “300”

• “42”

• “A Dog’s Life”

• “The American”

• “American Poltergeist”

• “American Poltergeist 2, aka The Poltergeist of Borley”

• “Forest”

• “As Good as It Gets”

• “The Bank Job”

• “The Bishop’s Wife”

• “Caddyshack”

• “Caddyshack 2”

• “The Cell”

• “The Cell 2”

• “Chasing Liberty”

• “The Departed”

• “Don’t Worry Baby”

• “The Graduate”

• “Gran Torino”

• “Groundhog Day”

• “The Lion in Your Living Room”

• “Little Women”

• “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”

• “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

• “Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa”

• “Mickey’s House of Villains”

• “Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse”

• “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas”

• “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas”

• “Planet Hulk”

• “The Red Violin”

• “Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups”

• “Scary Movie 2”

• “Scream”

• “The Sixth Sense”

• “Stardust”

• “Stitches”

• “Street”

• “Taking Lives”

• “The Three Musketeers, aka Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers”

November 2

• “Last Tango in Halifax”

November 3

• “Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby”

• “Round Planet”

• “Secrets of the SAS: In Their Own Words”

• “The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler: Leading Millions into the Abyss”

November 4

• “Food, Booze & Tattoos”

• “The Polar Sea”

November 5

• “Blue Bloods”

November 11

• “Estocolmo”

November 15

• “Continuum”

• “Empire of the Tsars”

• “Keeping Up with the Joneses”

• “Last Chance to See”

• “Stephen Fry in America”

• “The Beginning and End of the Universe”

• “The Green Way Up”

• “The Wild Chef”

November 17


November 18

• “Avec Eric”

• “River”

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