What's Leaving Hulu in November 2020

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November is here, but it'll be gone faster than you know it, which means you've only got until a little after Thanksgiving to see the following movies on Hulu! The Hurt Locker and the Harold & Kumar films are among the major titles leaving the streaming service when the month is over, as well as Casino Royale, Blade and Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls.

Read on below for all the titles leaving Hulu in November, and be sure to check out our guides for what's new on Hulu in Novembernew on Netflix in November and leaving Netflix as well. Additionally, if you need more help riding out coronavirus isolation, look no further than our guide of TV shows with enough seasons to binge until the end of social distancing.

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November 30, 2020

Absolute Power 
Anywhere But Here 
Bad Girls from Mars 
The Bank Job 
Because I Said So 
Blade 2 
Broken Lizard's Club Dread 
Call Me 
Casino Royale 
The Cold Light Of Day 
Company Business 
The Day the Earth Stood Still 
Deep Blue Sea 
Demolition Man
Evil Dead II 
Extreme Justice 
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay 
Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle 
The Hurt Locker 
The Last Boy Scout 
The Omen 
Pee-wee's Big Adventure 
Quantum of Solace 
Reasonable Doubt 
Snakes On A Plane 
Stanley & Iris 
Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls 
Up in the Air 
The Weight of Water 
The Woods
You Don't Mess With The Zohan

Once you've worked through these titles, watch our series, Stream Queens, to determine what else on streaming is worth your time. Check out the video below for more.


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