Coming off the long-anticipated release of "Stranger Things" Season two this October, Netflix will roll out even more original content in November. "The Punisher," starring "The Walking Dead" alum Jon Bernthal, stands out, and the fifth Marvel television series will become available on November 17 after a delayed release. Other original series adding episodes include the final season of "Longmire" on the November 17 and the second season of "Frontier" starring Jason Momoa on the November 24. New series debuting soon include the western drama "Godless," featuring Jeff Daniels and Michelle Dockery, on the November 22 and "Alias Grace," based on the Margaret Atwood novel, on the November 3.

In addition to that information, a report from Forbes states that Netflix will also debut several of its original feature-length films starting in November. They will include the western "The Killer," the documentary "Cuba and the Cameraman," focusing on the effects of Fidel Castro's power, and the drama "Mudbound" starring Jason Clarke, Carey Mulligan, and Mary J. Blige.

Several critically acclaimed films will also be added.

On the movie side of streaming options, subscribers should expect to see a lot of star power while scrolling through the latest additions. The biopic "42," starring Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson, the post-World War II romantic drama "The Reader," starring Kate Winslet, and the biological drama "The Pursuit of Happyness," which earned star Will Smith an Oscar nomination, all arrive on November 1.

Family-friendly films are also a major part of Netflix's latest offerings. The 1995 movie "Casper" will keep the Halloween spirit going on November 1. That same day, viewers can see the 2006 live-action version of "Charlotte's Web." Later in the month, viewers should look for "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" (Nov. 13), "Santa Claws" (Nov.

17), and "The Boss Baby" (Nov. 22).

Catch these titles before they leave Netflix

A new crop of titles means that Netflix will be discontinuing a collection of other films and television shows by the end of the month. So if any of these titles have been holding a spot in the queue, it's time to watch them before it's too late.

Movies like 50 Cent's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'," the Matrix trilogy, and "V for Vendetta," starring Natalie Portman, will be the first to go on November 1. November 13 will mark the end of "How I Met Your Mother" streaming its nine seasons on Netflix, while the four seasons of "Jessie" will also disappear from the streaming service.