- Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, offers a diverse range of content, including popular shows, movies, and documentaries. However, due to its ever-changing library, some titles will be leaving in November 2023.
- Peacock has gained popularity by producing original shows and branching out into live sports streaming, attracting a loyal subscriber base. However, this also means that popular movies and TV shows come and go on the platform.
- Hallmark movies, such as “Never Been Chris’d,” “World Record Christmas,” and “A Biltmore Christmas,” are among the titles leaving Peacock in November. These movies will still be available on Hallmark’s networks and may return to Peacock later.
NBC and Universal’s signature streaming service Peacock features a wide variety of movies and TV shows that change from month to month, and many big titles are leaving Peacock in November 2023. First launched in July 2020, Peacock hit the ground running by carrying some of the most popular NBC shows and movies from day one. Since then, the streamer has diversified its platform by creating hit original shows like Bel-Air, and it has quickly positioned itself as one of the top subscription services on the market. Despite its wealth of content, Peacock is in a constant state of change, which sees many shows and movies leave each month.
With the backing of a powerful company like NBC, Peacock has thrown its hat in the original content ring and has produced new shows and movies that rival even the best that network TV has to offer. Additionally, the streamer has also branched out into the world of live sports which has made Peacock a live-streaming destination for fans of professional wrestling, soccer, and motorsports. The new shows and movies on Peacock have gained a loyal subscriber base, but with additions also comes the departure of popular content. These movies and TV shows leave Peacock in November 2023.
- Joyeux Noel (2023)
- The Outfit (2022)
- Raven Tales: The Movie (2014)
Though the first of the month is when Peacock usually adds most of its library content, it’s not a day when a lot is leaving Peacock in November. Instead, this trio of very different movies will leave the platform. Joyeux Noel is one of Hallmark’s holiday movies, which will continue to rerun on the Hallmark Channel for the remainder of the year. The Outfit is a crime thriller starring Zoey Deutch and Dylan O’Brien that will still be available to rent on other streaming platforms. Raven Tales: The Movie is inspired by the children’s animated series of the same name. Though the movie is leaving Peacock, the animated series will remain on the platform.
A lot of the horror movies added to Peacock in September and October will be leaving in November, and Last Shift is one of the first horror movies to go this month. Starring Arrow’s Juliana Harkavy, the movie follows a rookie police officer responsible for supervising a closing police station for her shift. For those who missed their chance to watch it on Peacock, the movie will still be available on platforms like Tubi and Hoopla.
- My Christmas Guide (2023)
My Christmas Guide is part of Hallmark’s 2023 lineup. While Peacock is the primary streaming home for new Hallmark Channel content, new movies from the network don’t stay on the streamer long. They are only available for 72 hours after originally airing on Hallmark, and then they are removed from Peacock. The movies usually, however, return at a later date after they have stopped rerunning on the Hallmark Channel.
- Flipping For Christmas (2023)
During November and December, Hallmark will debut new holiday movies almost every day on their television network. Flipping for Christmas is one of those movies. It will be available after airing on the network to stream on Peacock, but only for three days. Featuring a woman helping her sister flip a house before Christmas, the movie will also feature a love story as the woman and the man hired to help flip the house see sparks fly as they disagree.
- Never Been Chris’d (2023)
With a play on Drew Barrymore’s Never Been Kissed title, this Hallmark holiday movie sees two best friends return to their hometown for the holidays, only to find themselves both reconnecting with their high school crush. It just so happens that their high school crush is the same person, and they end up in a holiday love triangle. Like all of Hallmark’s new holiday offerings, the movie is leaving Peacock after being available for 72 hours, but it will still continue to air on the Hallmark Channel during the holiday season.
Starring Hunter King, The Santa Summit is yet another Hallmark holiday offering. Hunter King stars in the movie that sees three friends participate in the Santa Summit tradition in their hometown. That involves dressing up like Santa Claus and participating in different holiday activities while wearing the red suit. Like the other new Hallmark movies, it will debut on Hallmark Channel three days before it leaves Peacock.
Starring Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger, Animals is one of the few non horror or holiday movies to be leaving Peacock in November. Originally premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, the movie has been praised for its coming-of-age story. It sees two friends begin to drift apart after one of them becomes engaged. If Peacock subscribers miss the window to watch it, they can find it on Tubi and Roku.
- The Real Housewives of Durban (Season 1)
- Voyagers (2021)
A sci-fi drama and a reality series both leave Peacock on November 10. Voyagers will still be able to stream on Roku and Tubi, but it’s unclear where The Real Housewives of Durban will be available to stream after leaving Peacock. Because the Real Housewives franchise does make its home on the streamer, it’s possible the removal of Season 1 could make way for Season 2 to be added to the platform at a later date since three seasons of the series have been filmed so far.
- The Blood Lands (2014)
- Firestarter (2022)
- The Seat Filler (2004)
The Blood Lands and Firestarter are both horror movies leaving Peacock to make room for more seasonal fare, like the large slate of Hallmark Christmas movies being added to the platform this month. Both horror movies will still be available to rent on other major streaming rental platforms. The Seat Filler, a rom-com starring Kelly Rowland will still be found on Hulu.
- Mystery on Mistletoe Lane (2023)
Mystery on Mistletoe Lane is one of the few Hallmark movies for the holiday season that has a mystery bent to it. The movie sees a family trying to solve the mystery of their new home during the holiday season. They get the help of a local handyman and historian. It will likely find its way to the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries network after being removed from its three-day run on Peacock, but it will rerun on Hallmark during the season.
- Everything Christmas (2023)
Everything Christmas, as its title suggests, is one of the seasonal offerings in Peacock. It lands on the streamer after airing on the Hallmark Channel and will stay for just three days, so like other new Hallmark offerings, subscribers will have to be quick to watch it. Otherwise, they’ll have to catch it when it reruns throughout the holiday season on Hallmark.
- Once Upon A Time in Londongrad (Season 1)
- Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
- Christmas Island (2023)
- The Creature Walks Among Us (1956)
- Curse of The Werewolf (1961)
- Dr. Cyclops (1940)
- Dracula’s Daughter (1936)
- The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)
- Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (1943)
- The Invisible Man Returns (1940)
- The Invisible Man’s Revenge (1944)
- The Invisible Woman (1940)
- It Came From Outer Space (1953)
- The Mummy’s Curse (1944)
- The Mummy’s Ghost (1944)
- The Mummy’s Hand (1940)
- The Mummy’s Tomb (1942)
- Night Monster (1942)
- Phantom of the Opera (1943)
- Phantom of the Opera (1962)
- The Raven (1935)
- Son of Frankenstein (1939)
- The Strange Case of Doctor RX (1942)
- Werewolf of London (1935)
Most of Universal’s classic monster movie lineup was added to Peacock in September in preparation for the Halloween season. Now, those movies are leaving Peacock. It makes sense that the streaming platform wants to rotate out moves seasonally, shifting its focus from horror and monsters to rom-coms and family fare for the holiday season. It’s also likely that Peacock will employ a similar strategy for spooky season in 2024, bringing back a lot of these classic horror movies in fall of 2024. Some classics, like Bride of Frankenstein, can still be found on TCM.
- Downton Abbey (2019)
- A Heidelberg Holiday (2023)
- You Won’t Be Alone (2022)
November 15 will see a trio of very different movies leaving Peacock. While A Heidelberg Holiday is one of the Hallmark Channel’s holiday offerings, it will only be available on Peacock for 72 hours before it’s removed. It will rerun on Hallmark throughout the season. The historical drama Downton Abbey and the horror movie You Won’t Be Alone will both be available to rent from online retailers after they are removed from Peacock.
- The Game of Love (2016)
- A Jersey Christmas (2008)
- Second Best (2004)
- A Stone Cold Christmas (2018)
- Suits (1999)
While they are all very different movies, all the movies leaving Peacock on November 18 fall under the comedy umbrella. While there are a few holiday movies in the mix, there are more off-beat comedies like Second Best and Suits (not to be confused with the series that is leading streaming hours). The Game Of Love and A Jersey Christmas will still be available to rent on Amazon while Second Best and A Stone Cold Christmas will still be available to stream on Plex. If subscribers don’t catch Suits before it’s gone, however, it will be unavailable to stream. The satire pits advertising agencies against one another as they try to land an account for feminine hygiene products, and is definitely a unique take on the concept.
- A World Record Christmas (2023)
Starring Hallmark mainstay (and producer) Nikki DeLoach, A World Record Christmas is one of the network’s holiday movies for 2023. In it, a young child on the Autism spectrum seeks to gain the attention of his father by breaking a world record. His mother and stepfather are also trying to find the spark again. It will debut on Hallmark on November 16 and then will be available to stream on Peacock for three days. Fans of DeLoach, however, will be able to find more Hallmark movies starring the actress on Peacock throughout the month, and this movie will reair on Hallmark throughout the holiday season.
- Bet on Black (Season 2)
- Navigating Christmas (2023)
While Navigating Christmas is another Hallmark holiday movie with a limited window to stream on Peacock, Bet on Black is a reality series from Revolt. The show sees Black entrepreneurs compete for funding for businesses that are helping to build up their communities rather than solely make a profit. The show seeks to help projects that engage in social justice practices and support their small communities. While the second season will be removed from Peacock, the third season is currently airing on television, and will likely be added to the streamer at a later date.
- A Merry Scottish Christmas (2023)
Hallmark veteran Lacey Chabert is so popular for the network that she appears in two new movies for their 2023 Christmas lineup. In A Merry Scottish Christmas, Chabert stars alongside former Party of Five costar Scott Wolf. The two play siblings who visit their mother in Scotland and see the reveal of family secrets. Like all of Hallmark’s brand-new movies for their holiday lineup, it will only be available for 72 hours after it is added to Peacock, so fans will have to catch it quickly or watch it when it reairs on the network.
A pair of brothers set out on a heist to make quick money, but they end up on a police chase in an ambulance instead. The action movie received mixed reviews when it was released in theaters, and Peacock has been its exclusive home for streaming. Once it’s removed from the platform, it will be available to rent from digital retailers like AppleTV.
Holiday Hotline is another holiday season addition to Peacock from Hallmark. The movie sees two people connect on a cooking hotline when a single dad calls in to ask for help. Little does the woman working for the hotline know – she’s already met the caller in real life. The movie will only be available for Hallmark’s standard 72 hours for new movies on Peacock before it’s removed from the streamer.
- A Season for Family (2023)
This Hallmark movie addresses adoption and blended families. In it, a young boy wants to meet his brother since they were both adopted into different families. His mother tries to set up a meeting on her son’s behalf, but the father is a recent widower who hasn’t told his son that he’s adopted, and turns down the meeting. The boys still become friends without knowing the familial connection. It’s certainly a Hallmark movie guaranteed to provide a few tears and smiles. Like all the other Hallmark holiday content that is new to Peacock, A Season for Family will only be available to stream for 72 hours after it initially airs on Hallmark.
- Call of the Wild (2009)
- Catch Me If You Claus (2023)
A family adventure movie and a Hallmark holiday flick both leave Peacock on November 26. Call of the Wild is the family film in which a young girl nurses an injured dog back to health. Catch Me If You Claus is the Hallmark movie, in which a young woman bonds with the son of Santa over family pressure. While the Hallmark movie will be reairing on the network throughout the holiday season after it leaves Peacock, Call of the Wild will still be available to stream on Freevee and Plex.
- Holiday Road (2023)
- Letters to Santa (2023)
Both Holiday Road and Letters to Santa are part of Hallmark’s 2023 holiday lineup. Both movies are only available for Hallmark’s 72 hours for new movies on Peacock. The former is about a group of strangers stranded at an airport who decide to continue traveling together. The latter is about two kids who find Santa’s magic pen and try to use it to get their separated parents back together. Both promise to be holiday favorites for the network.
- Chaotic (Season 1)
- Christmas in Notting Hill (2023)
- Haul out the Holly: Lit Up (2023)
Two more Hallmark movies and a kids’ animated series leave Peacock on November 28. The kids’ series is Chaotic, and it follows a group of video game players who are actually able to get into the world of the video game. The series will still be available to stream on Tubi after leaving Peacock. The two Hallmark movies, however, will not. They’ll reair on Hallmark Channel during the holiday season. Christmas in Notting Hill stars Sarah Ramos as an American visiting England who crosses paths with a famous soccer star played by William Mosely. He loves that she has no idea who he is. Haul Out The Holly: Lit Up is a sequel to a Hallmark movie from 2022 starring Lacey Chabert. Chabert returns for this installment which involves a fierce decorating competition in her character’s neighborhood.
- A Biltmore Christmas (2023)
- Our Christmas Mural (2023)
Both of these holiday movies come to Peacock courtesy of the Hallmark Channel after they air on the network. Both will only be available for 72 hours, and then they’ll leave Peacock, but still be available to watch as Hallmark reairs them during the holiday season. A Biltmore Christmas features a writer spending some time at the Biltmore Estate for research into writing a script for a movie remake. She finds herself on the set of the original movie when a magical hourglass allows her to time travel. Our Christmas Mural centers on a single mom who teams up with a teacher to create a mural in their town and of course, sparks fly.
- Amityville 3-D (1983)
- The Amityville Harvest (2020)
- Amityville II: The Possession (1982)
- Amityville Moon (2021)
- The Amityville Uprising (2022)
- Amityville: The Awakening (2017)
- Away & Back (2015)
- Bad Boys (1995)
- Bad Boys II (2003)
- Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
- Curse of Oak Island (Seasons 1-7)
- The Dilemma (2011)
- E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
- The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
- The Fighting Temptations (2003)
- First Cow (2020)
- Hell Fest (2018)
- Honey (2003)
- Honey 2 (2011)
- The Hunger Games (2012)
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (2015)
- I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
- I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
- I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006)
- Jurassic World (2015)
- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
- The Last Man on Mars (2013)
- Love in the Sun (2019)
- Mad to be Normal (2017)
- The Mist (2007)
- Mr. 3000 (2004)
- Murder, She Baked: A Deadly Recipe (2016)
- Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery (2016)
- One Summer (2021)
- Playing Cupid (2021)
- The Purge: Anarchy (2014)
- Red (2010)
- Red 2 (2013)
- Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007)
- Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (2009)
- The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
- Seeking A Friend for the End of the World (2012)
- She’s All That (1999)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You (2016)
- South Beach Love (2021)
- Spare Parts (2015)
- Split (2017)
- Step Brothers (2008)
- Still Waiting (2009)
- Stranded in Paradise (2014)
- Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)
- Ted (2012)
- Traffic (2000)
- Trainwreck (2015)
- Vampire Academy (2014)
- Waiting… (2005)
- War (2007)
- Zombieland (2009)
The last day of the month sees a large number of movies leaving Peacock. Like earlier in November, many of the movies leaving Peacock here are from the horror genre. The Amityville movies, I Know What You Did Last Summer and its sequels, and the Halloween remakes all leave the platform likely to make room for more holiday offerings in December.
A big blow for Peacock will be The Hunger Games movies. The four movies were added to Peacock at the start of November just in time for fans to rewatch them before The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes hits theaters. With the movies leaving Peacock at the end of the month, however, they leave when the prequel has only been in theaters for two weeks. The Hunger Games movies will likely move to another streaming platform for the month of December.
Peacock subscribers can rest assured that even though more than 100 movies and tv shows leave Peacock in November, there will be plenty more added in December. December 1 will likely have many library movies added to the platform with smaller numbers of movies added throughout the month.
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