Serenity netflix Director Joss Whedon and actors Nathan Fillion and Summer Glau helped make "Serenity," but the fans who watch on Netflix won't be able to enjoy it much longer. "Serenity" will disappear from Netflix on Nov. 1, 2014. Photo: Reuters/Gustau Nacarino

No one is safe from Netflix’s November 2014 purge — not you, not your parents, not even your kids. It’s time to explain to the children that nothing lasts forever. Netflix is removing all “Barney,” “Bob The Builder” and “Thomas & Friends” titles as well as all four seasons of “The Magic School Bus” in November. Unfortunately, the purge isn’t restricted to the kid-friendly content.

“Serenity” will be disappearing from Netflix in November as well. The 2005 film was “Avengers” director Joss Whedon’s directorial debut on the big screen. “Serenity” was a Western, futuristic science fiction film that concluded Fox’s short-lived “Firefly” television series. The expiration of the film is likely to irritate the movie’s cult audience, known as Browncoats. Although "Serenity" tied a lot of loose ends for "Firefly" fans, they still want more. The fan base is pressuring Netflix to revive the beloved series as they did for “Arrested Development” and “The Killing.”

“Firefly” producer Tim Minear supported the idea when he spoke to Entertainment Weekly earlier this year. “I think a limited series of some kind would work best,” Minear said. “Something like that could also work if, say, 20th [Century Fox] could partner with Netflix, or another distributor. It would have its home on Fox, of course [then a second window on streaming]. A limited series would do very well, I bet.”

Science fiction fans won’t be the only ones disappointed by the purge. Some classics will be disappearing from Netflix as well. “Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid” and “Apocalypse Now” are expiring, and more modern classics aren’t safe either. Favorites from the 1980s such as “Say Anything,” “Footloose” and “Steel Magnolias” will also be gone on Nov. 1.

Movies Disappearing from Netflix on Nov. 1:

“The Good, The Bad & The Ugly” (1966)

“Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid” (1969)

“Apocalypse Now” (1979)

“Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie” (1980)

“Caveman” (1981)

“Footloose” (1984)

“Brighton Beach Memoirs” (1986)

“Broadcast News” (1987)

“The Great Outdoors” (1988)

“Say Anything” (1989)

“Steel Magnolias” (1989)

“Thelma And Louise” (1991)

“101 Dalmatians” (1996)

“The Ninth Gate” (1999)

“The Adventures Of Rocky & Bullwinkle” (2000)

“American Psycho” (2000)

“Apocalypse Now Redux” (2001)

“Hannibal” (2001)

“Out Of The Blue” (2002)

“The Battle Of Shaker Heights” (2003)

“Bulletproof Monk” (2003)

“Under The Tuscan Sun” (2003)

“Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children” (2005)

“Serenity” (2005)

“The Dark Sea” (2006)

“Prince Of Broadway” (2008)

“My Own Love Song” (2010)

“Red State” (2011)

“Wish Me Away” (2011)

“Flicka: Country Pride” (2012)

TV Shows Disappearing from Netflix in November:

All “Barney” titles

All “Thomas & Friends” titles

All “Bob The Builder” titles

“Stephen Fry In America” (2008) expires Nov. 8

“The Magic School Bus” (1994-1997) expires Nov. 4

“Land Girls” (2009-2012) expires Nov. 8

What are you most upset about losing from Netflix’s streaming service? Sound off in the comments section below!