17 new movies and series added to Netflix: November 4, 2022
Welcome to your final daily recap of the week, where we’ll take a look at what’s new on Netflix ahead of the weekend. 17 new titles were released today, although most of them were international releases.
Looking at before the weekendyou can expect to see the probably controversial documentary Orgasm Inc. land tomorrow and tom hanks movie Captain Phillips land on Sunday.
Best New Movies and Shows on Netflix for November 4
Enola Holmes 2 (2022)
Gender: Action, Adventure, Crime
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter
Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill are back for another family mystery that continues the story of young Enola.
Enola takes on her first case as a detective in this second entry.
In our new movie reviewAndrew Morgan said it was a play adding “Fans of the original should not only be pleased but encouraged by the potential of this franchise after watching this new film.”
Manifest (Season 4 – Part 1)
Gender: Drama, Mystery, Science Fiction
Cast: Melissa Roxburgh, Josh Dallas, JR Ramirez
Writer: Jeff Rake
Duration: 43 minutes
What a remarkable story Manifest is. After being canceled by NBC, who would have guessed it would be relaunching on Netflix just over a year after the third season aired?
The first 10 episodes of the 20-episode final season premiered today and is set two years after Grace’s murder and the day of the dead draws ever closer.
Fantastic race (Seasons 5 & 7)
Gender: Adventure, Family, Game Show
For the first time in Netflix history, the streaming service has licensed a few seasons of the reality series, Fantastic race.
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, here’s what you can expect:
“Teams of two travel around the world to complete challenges and overcome obstacles in the hope of winning a million dollar prize.”
23 episodes have arrived in total, with seasons 5 and 7 dropping today.
Complete list of what’s new on Netflix for November 4, 2022
12 new movies added today
- Desterro (2020) – TV-MA – Portuguese – Heated by her lifeless relationship, a young woman leaves her partner and their son to embark on an enigmatic quest for self-discovery.
- Elesin Oba: The King’s Horseman (2022) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Yoruba – After the death of his king, a horseman must sacrifice himself to serve his ruler in the afterlife – but sudden distractions lead to unexpected tragedy.
- Enola Holmes 2 (2022) Netflix Original – PG-13 – English – Enola takes on her first official case as a detective, but to solve the mystery of a missing girl, she’ll need the help of friends and her brother Sherlock.
- Lusala (2019) – TV-MA – English – Abused as a child and adopted by a wealthy family in Nairobi, a young man is forced to start from scratch and face the demons of his troubled past.
- Mense van die Wind (2022) – TV-MA – Afrikaans – A famous singer-songwriter grieving over a devastating loss finds hope and new possibilities when he returns to the family farm where he grew up.
- The Will of Nora (2008) – TV-MA – Spanish – Before killing herself on the eve of Passover, a sick Jewish woman sets in motion a carefully calculated plan to reunite her estranged family.
- Sea (2018) – TV-MA – Portuguese – Dissatisfied with her peaceful life and eager for change, a widow jumps aboard a sailboat to embark on an adventure of self-discovery.
- Simon Calls (2020) – TV-MA – Portuguese – This coming-of-age tale follows the life of Simon, a teenager from a broken home who dreams of living abroad and escaping the pains of growing up.
- Soa (2020) – TV-14 – English – From popping balloons to ducks quacking in a pond, sound powers this immersive film that explores how it shapes and impacts our daily lives.
- The Phantom (2022) – TV-MA – Hindi – A former agent with a troubled past unleashes his murderous skills to protect his sister and daughter from kidnappers, rivals and death itself.
- The Metamorphosis of Birds (2020) – TV-14 – Portuguese – A woman’s examination of her family history turns into a meditation on life, death and the emotional impact of shared grief.
- Uyire (1998) – TV-14 – Tamil – Bewitched by a mysterious woman, a broadcaster follows his heart through a divided world with deep wounds and the looming threat of insurrection.
5 new TV series added today
- Buy Beverly Hills () Netflix Original – TV-MA – English – Mauricio Umansky’s family agency, The Agency, represents some of Beverly Hills’ most lavish properties. But there is drama around every corner.
- Manifest (Season 4 – Part 1) Netflix Original – TV-14 – English – When a plane mysteriously lands years after takeoff, those on board return to a world that evolved without them and face strange new realities.
- Scarlet Hill (Season 1) – TV-MA – Vietnamese – A businessman brings his fiancee and young son to a scenic resort and soon finds himself embroiled in a murder investigation.
- The Incredible Race (Seasons 5 & 7) – TV-PG – English – Teams of two travel the world taking on challenges and overcoming obstacles in the hope of winning a million dollar prize.
- The Secret of the Greco Family (Season 1) – TV-MA – Spanish – A seemingly perfect family secretly kidnaps wealthy people for ransom to maintain their high standard of living and social status. Based on a true story.
Netflix Top 10 of November 4, 2022
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Top 10 series on Netflix for November 4
- Love is blind
- Inside the man
- Killer Sally
- from zero
- The Observer
- Cabinet of curiosities by Guillermo del Toro
- Big mouth
- I am a stalker
- Unsolved mysteries
Top 10 movies on Netflix from November 4th
- The villains
- The good nurse
- The takeover
- Hotel Transylvania 2
- In the west, nothing is new
- Man on the edge of the abyss
- Sing 2
- The School of Good and Evil
- The shooter
Top 10 children’s movies/series on Netflix for November 4
- The villains
- Hotel Transylvania 2
- The Dragon Prince
- Little angel
- Family meeting
- Sing 2
- Gabby’s Dollhouse
- Bewitched Daniel
What are you watching on Netflix this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.