As the calendar turns over and the temperatures grow colder, it's time to say goodbye to some old friends on Netflix. A plethora of offerings are leaving the streaming service in November, but Screener has narrowed down the TV programs to five shows you only have a little time left to watch before they're gone.
'Chuck,' leaves Netflix Nov. 1
Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski starred in this beloved spy comedy, which ran from 2007-2012 on NBC. The show was always in danger of being canceled, so fans rallied around it with a "Save Chuck" campaign season after season. Now, the fans are heartbroken it's leaving Netflix, so they've started a #SaveChuckAgain campaign on Twitter. Alas, it appears the streaming giant is still doing away with the Buy More Spy Corps at month's end.
'Shameless' (U.K.), leaves Netflix Nov. 1
Did you know the U.S. version of "Shameless" is based on a U.K. dramedy about the Gallagher family in Manchester, England? If you didn't, you should check it out -- because these Gallaghers are just as crazy (and sometimes crazier) than their American counterparts.
'Powerpuff Girls' (1998), leaves Netflix Nov. 1
If the new "Powerpuff Girls" has you feeling nostalgic for the OG world-savers, you can binge-watch the original cartoon all Halloween weekend before it's gone. There are 78 episodes 22-minute episodes, which is 28 hours' worth of viewing time with which to say goodbye.
'Farscape,' leaves Netflix Nov. 5
For this sci-fi drama, you have a few extra days to check it out for the first time or re-live the adventures of astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder) and his intrepid band of space explorers and aliens. During its run, it was nominated for numerous Saturn Awards, winning three of them, and is regarded as one of the top cult shows of all time.
'The Boondocks,' leaves Netflix Nov. 24
If you've never watched Aaron McGruder's Adult Swim cartoon about a black family, the Freemans, living in the mostly white suburb of Woodcrest, you are missing out. It is one of the smartest shows to tackle racial, political and socio-economic issues in the last 20 years and you have until Nov. 24 to watch it on Netflix.