On the eve of November, Netflix released which content arrives during the month in the platform’s catalog. Among the news in the program, there are titles such as Wandinhaa series that has as its protagonist the famous character of the Addams Family and 1989produced by the same creators of dark. Below I talked about these and other releases that are worth keeping an eye on, and I brought the full list of premieres of the month. Check out!
November series to keep an eye on 👀
Day 09 – The Crown: Season 5 – The long-awaited fifth season of The Crown there’s already a day to paint in the Netflix catalog. Starring this time by Imelda Staunton, who for the first time will play Queen Elizabeth, the season is the first to be released after the death of the monarch and Prince Philip.
The plot of this season is set in the 90s and covers some of the most intense moments experienced by the royal family. Among them, the fire that occurred at Windsor Castle, the difficulties in implementing a more modern monarchy and the internal and external conflicts experienced by Princess Diana, after her divorce from Prince Charles.
A great chance also for those who have never seen the series, to start catching up, since the next season will be the last of the show.
Day 17 – 1899 – With an exemplary publicity work, which has made the series one of the most awaited of the year, 1899 is my big bet for this month.
Made by the same creators of darkthe German mystery drama series is set in the same period titled and follows a group of European immigrants who are heading to New York, but end up coming across a mysterious ship adrift.
Those who liked the German mystery set in the city of Winden and which was a worldwide success of the streaming service, can now put this other title on the list.
Day 23 – Wandinha – That’s right, you didn’t read it wrong! Wandinhathe popular and acclaimed character of the Addams Family, will win an exclusive series in the Netflix catalog!
In live-action, the title will star Jenna Ortega and is a supernatural mystery comedy that follows the teenager living the ups and downs of high school. – with the addition, of course, of her being a young girl with psychic powers and studying at a school for children and youth with superhuman powers.
Directed by Tim Burton, a master in the art of telling good horror and suspense stories, the show features Catherine Zeta-Jones in the cast.
November movies and documentaries to keep an eye on 👀
Day 04 – Enola Holmes 2 – Sequel to the critically acclaimed 2020 film starring Millie Bobby Brown, Enola Holmes 2 follows in the footsteps of the younger sister of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. A young woman who, like her brother, decides to venture into the world of investigation, revealing dramas and mysteries of the late 19th century.
In this new adventure, she is hired by a young girl to solve a disappearance, but ends up getting involved in a deadly conspiracy, which involves society bigwigs.
With Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter, the feature film seems to be a great choice for those who liked the previous title or even for those who enjoy adventure and mystery plots aimed at a young adult audience.
Day 16 – Racionais: From the Streets of São Paulo to the World – Netflix Original Documentary, Rational: From the Streets of São Paulo to the World In addition to being a tribute, it is a record of the trajectory of one of the biggest rap groups in our country
Showing up close the history of success and difficulties of the group’s members, the title shows how they managed to transform street poetry into a powerful movement in Brazil and in the world.
Counting on interviews and archival images, the production arrives on the 26th in the streaming catalog.
Other Series Coming in November on Netflix
- Day 01 – Young Royals: Season 2
- Day 02 – Own Goal
- Day 03 – Blockbuster
- Day 04 – The Fabulous
- Day 04 – The Beverly Hills Brokers
- Day 04 – Manifest: Season 4
- Day 10 – Warrior Nun: Season 2
- Day 11 – Role of Queen
- Day 11 – Enjoy This with Zac Efron: Season 2: Australia
- Day 15 – Prize Escape
- Day 16 – One of Us Is Lying: Season 2
- Day 16 – Riverdale: Season 6
- Day 17 – Dial Friend to Kill: Season 3
- Day 18 – Elite: Season 6
- Day 18 – Somebody
- Day 18 – Le Monde de Demain
- Day 18 – Conspiracy Department: Part 2
- Day 25 – Blood and Water: Season 3
- Day 30 – Snack VS. chef
Other Movies Coming in November on Netflix
- Day 01 – Hackers in Control
- Day 01 – 12 Christmas Gifts
- Day 01 – In the Land of Christmas
- Day 04 – The King’s Knight
- Day 08 – The Noel Family 2
- Day 09 – Football in Trouble
- Day 10 – A Christmas Crunch
- Day 10 – Lost Bullet 2
- Day 11 – Don’t Go
- Day 11 – My Father’s Dragon
- Day 11 – Monica, O My Darling
- Day 12 – Cowboy Heart
- Day 16 – The Miracle
- Day 17 – Christmas with You
- Day 18 – Land of Dreams
- Day 18 – Violence Action
- Day 23 – The Swimmers
- Day 23 – Our Christmas at the Farm
- Day 24 – Santa’s Diary
- Day 30 – The Lost Patient
- Day 30 – My Name is Vengeance
Documentaries and specials
- Day 02 – Sally: Bodybuilding and Murder
- Day 09 – FIFA Schemes
- Day 10 – The State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith
- Day 11 – The History of Black Cinema in the USA
- Day 11 – In Search of the Night Nurse
- Day 14 – The Stutz Method
- Day 16 – In Your Hands
- Day 17 – I am Vanessa Guillen
- Day 23 – Sex, Blood & Royalty
- Day 25 – Ghislaine Maxwell: Power and Perversion
- Day 30 – Take Your Pills: Xanax
For kids and family
- Day 01 – Gabby’s Magic House: Season 6
- Day 01 – Intergalactic Camp
- Day 03 – The Dragon Prince: Season 4
- Day 14 – Teletubbies
- Day 15 – Jurassic World: Jurassic Camp – Hidden Adventure
- Day 18 – Cuphead – The Series: Season 3
- Day 21 – My Little Pony: Leave Your Mark – Chapter 3
So, excited for Netflix’s November premieres? Tell us which titles you want to watch!