We face the penultimate week of November by saying goodbye to some films and series from the various VOD platforms such as Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon’s Prime Video, although it will be a week, fortunately for us, with… Very few victims. Of course, much less than in previous weeks, although last week was also tolerable and quite calm in this regard, of course they always take from us what we have been hanging on and writing for years and which we would have seen now, right?
But these recent dates and I’m almost thinking of Christmasall on-demand entertainment providers plus Disney+ (which doesn’t typically remove content) and even SkyShowtime have taken the opportunity to fatten their catalog more than doing the opposite, so for example we were recently able to watch the documentary on HBO about a stunt double who was paralyzed while filming a Harry Potter movies, or a well-travelled documentary on Disney+ as well as a Christmas movie (They’re Playing) and a series starring Emma Corrin and Clive Owen on the House Mouse platform.
next to, Last week was also the most popular on Netflix and Prime Video From Amazon. We have no more or less than 21 news left from the Red N, the most notable of which is Odeh the crown the new Scott Pilgrim animated series; Although they also took the scissors out for a walk recently. And on Prime Video, it’s always predictable, but with more explosions, and with Michael Bay in tow.
But let’s move on now to what’s left for us in the week of November 20-26, 2023.
They leave Netflix
- The White Slave Season 1 (November 20).
- Brother (November 21).
- Sick leave for the first and second seasons (November 22).
- Echoes of an Era (November 23).
- Paw Patrol: The Movie (November 24).
They are leaving HBO Max
- Wake Up (November 22).
- Kamikaze (November 25).
- Journey to the Center of the Earth 2 (November 25).
- Otoya. July 22 (November 26).
They are leaving Prime Video
- Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams (November 21).
- Albert Camus (November 23).
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