Disney Movies Leaving Netflix in November 2019

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Mickey’s House of Villains leaving Netflix in November – Picture: Netflix

As Netflixers in the United States are all too aware of at the moment, Disney is slowly pulling their content from Netflix as their contracts expire. November 2019 will see a mass exodus of some of the smaller Disney and Marvel movies and shows which have remained on the service. Here’s what’s leaving on November 1st, 2019 in the United States.

We should point out that November 2019 will also see the removal of a lot of movies and series that aren’t from Disney. Popular titles like Blue Blood are departing the service.

In addition to the movies scheduled to leave Netflix listed below, Netflix will also be losing Coco which came to Netflix as part of the Disney output deal between 2016 and 2018.

It should be no surprise that all of these movies will likely be found on Disney+ eventually although the launch lineup for Disney+ didn’t have most of these released. Given most have a Christmas flavor, we’re wondering if Disney+ will save them to launch in December.

Cover Title / Description
Mickey’s House of Villains (2002)
The nefarious Jafar has assembled a team of Disney baddies to take over Mickey’s House of Mouse and turn it into the House of Villains.
IMDb Score: 6.8/10 Rating: TV-G First Released: 11/01/2016
Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (2001)
After being snowed in, Mickey and a host of his friends throw a Christmas party to help Donald Duck regain his holiday spirit.
IMDb Score: 6.7/10 Rating: TV-G First Released: 11/01/2016
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (1999)
The world’s favorite mouse rings in the holidays with three charming stories: “The Gift of the Magi,” “Duck Tales” and “A Very Goofy Christmas.”
IMDb Score: 7.0/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (2004)
Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and friends celebrate the spirit of the season while Scrooge McDuck humbugs the whole affair in this animated holiday feature.
IMDb Score: 6.9/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow (2008)
Years after the Avengers made the ultimate sacrifice while battling the invincible Ultron, their teen kids are ready to pick up where they left off.
IMDb Score: 6.3/10 Rating: PG First Released: 11/01/2018
Planet Hulk (2010)
When Earth’s superheroes exile the volatile Incredible Hulk to a distant planet called Sakaar, the muscle-bound green monster is sold into slavery.
IMDb Score: 6.7/10 Rating: NR First Released: 11/01/2018
Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade (2003)
Fans of the Recess gang can follow along as the kids graduate from the fourth grade to the fifth, all while learning about friendship and growing up.
IMDb Score: 6.6/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
Santa Buddies (2009)
In this family-friendly North Pole adventure, the rambunctious golden retriever pups known as the Buddies must save Christmas.
IMDb Score: 5.2/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (2012)
When the Santa Pups grant joyful wishes to Pineville’s boys and girls, something goes terribly wrong: the Christmas spirit begins to disappear.
IMDb Score: 5.6/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2013
Snow Buddies (2008)
In this family-friendly tale, a feisty pack of golden retriever puppies embarks on an Alaskan adventure, braving snow, ice and danger along the way.
IMDb Score: 5.2/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
Space Buddies (2009)
The puppies of Air Buddies are back in this family-friendly adventure. But this time, they’re setting their sights even higher — as in, the moon!
IMDb Score: 4.6/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016
The Three Musketeers (2004)
In Disney’s take on the classic tale, Mickey, Donald and Goofy perform brave deeds on behalf of their queen, but head Musketeer Pete has other ideas.
IMDb Score: 6.5/10 Rating: G First Released: 11/01/2016

Which of these Disney titles will you miss and will you be subbing to Disney+ because of any of these removals? Let us know in the comments.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.