New Netflix movies and TV shows landing in November – The Crown, Dead to Me and more

While Netflix may be in the bad book of loyal subscribers for recently increasing their uninterrupted monthly premium fees while lowering the cost for those who choose to watch with pesky ads, there’s still a lot to thank for this. regarding the popular streaming platform.

For example, recent launches such as Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story about the life and crimes of the infamous Milwaukee cannibal killer, and Blonde – a biopic based on the life of Marylin Monroe – have given viewers plenty to dive into. and talk.

And there are plenty more new launches landing next month too.

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The platform is arguably armed to the teeth with chilling thrillers, family favorites and devastating documentaries, all set to land in November – with plenty to get excited about and watch until content.

Without further ado, here are our top picks when it comes to what’s coming to Netflix next month.

1) Young Royals – November 1

Synopsis: “When Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) arrives at the prestigious Hillerska boarding school, he finally has the opportunity to explore his true self and find out what kind of life he really wants.

“Wilhelm begins to dream of a future filled with freedom and unconditional love away from royal obligations – but when he unexpectedly becomes next in line to the throne, his dilemma deepens as he must make a choice. love or duty.”

2) Killer Sally – November 2

Synopsis: “Killer Sally is bodybuilding’s most notorious crime story. On Valentine’s Day 1995, National Bodybuilding Champion Ray McNeil was choking his bodybuilder wife, Sally, when she grabbed a gun fire and shot him twice.

“With a documented history of domestic violence, Sally claimed it was self-defense, a split-second decision to save her life. The prosecution argued it was a premeditated murder, the revenge of a jealous and aggressive wife.

“They called her a ‘thug’, a ‘bully’, a ‘monster’. The media called her a ‘muscle bride’ and a ‘bloated princess’.

“Sally says she spent her life doing whatever it took to survive, caught in a cycle of violence that began in childhood and ended with Ray’s death. This true crime story and complex examines domestic violence, gender roles and the world of bodybuilding.”

3) Blockbuster – November 3

Synopsis: “Timmy Yoon (Randall Park) is an analog dreamer in a 5G world. He’s spent his entire adult life devoted to his first love, movies – a passion that has kept him at his first and only job, running his hometown Blockbuster Video, so Timmy is alarmed to learn that his store is officially the last Blockbuster in America.

“He has no choice but to take action to stay open and keep his friends employed. Timmy and his team quickly realized that being home to the latest Blockbuster might actually be exactly what their community needs to rekindle the human connections they have lost in the digital age.

“It also unexpectedly reunites him with his longtime crush, Eliza (Melissa Fumero), who recently returned to work for him. Will this battle to preserve the past be the push Timmy needs to step into the present? His employees can only hope then.”

4) Manifesto – November 4

Synopsis: “Two years after the brutal murder of Grace turned their lives upside down, the Stone family lies in shambles as a devastated Ben continues to mourn his wife and search for his kidnapped daughter, Eden. Consumed by his grief, Ben has resigned from his role as co-captain of the lifeboat, leaving Michaela to command it alone, a nearly impossible feat, with every passenger movement now monitored by a government registry.

“As the date of death approaches and the passengers desperately search for a path to survival, a mysterious passenger arrives with a package for Cal that changes everything they know about Flight 828 and will prove to be the key to unravel the secret of the calls in this captivating, mind-blowing and deeply moving journey.”

5) The Crown – November 9

Synopsis: “As the new decade kicks in, the Royal Family faces its biggest challenge yet. as audiences openly question their role in 1990s Britain.

“As Queen Elizabeth II (Imelda Staunton) approaches the 40th anniversary of her accession, she reflects on a reign that encompassed nine prime ministers, the rise of mass television and the twilight of the British Empire. Yet , new challenges loom on the horizon.

“The collapse of the Soviet Union and the transfer of sovereignty to Hong Kong signals a seismic shift in the international order presenting both obstacles and opportunities. Meanwhile, unrest is brewing closer to home. Prince Charles (Dominic West) pressures his mother to allow him to divorce Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), presenting a constitutional crisis of the monarchy.

Rumors swirl as husband and wife live increasingly separate lives and, as media scrutiny intensifies, Diana decides to take control of her own narrative, breaking family protocol to publish a book which undermines public support for Charles and exposes the cracks in the House of Windsor.

“Tensions are about to rise further as Mohamed Al Fayed (Salim Daw) arrives on the scene. Driven by his desire to be accepted at the highest level, he harnesses his self-made wealth and power to try to win him over. and his son Dodi (Khalid Abdalla) a seat at the royal table.”

6) Is it dark enough for you? – November 11th

Synopsis: “From famed writer and film historian Elvis Mitchell, IS BLACK ENOUGH FOR YOU?!? is both a documentary and a deeply personal essay. The film examines the craft and power of filmmaking from an often overlooked perspective: the African-American contribution to films emerging from the historic 1970s era.

“It’s a deep dive into the impact this point of view has had on movies, as well as popular culture, and serves as a love letter to cinema, asking questions that have never been asked, let alone answered.Critical artistic voices, including director Charles Burnett, Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Laurence Fishburne, Zendaya and others, offer their distinctive lens on the creators and films that have dazzled and inspired.

“The film provides insight into the history of black representation dating back to the early days of cinema and the cultural impact of witnessing unapologetic blackness.”

7) Capture the Killer Nurse – November 11

Synopsis: “Charlie Cullen was an experienced nurse, trusted and well-liked by his colleagues at Somerset Medical Center in New Jersey. He was also one of the most prolific serial killers in history, with a body count which can number in the hundreds in several medical institutions in the northeast.

“Based on The Good Nurse, the best-selling novel written by Charles Graeber – which will be dramatized in a Netflix feature film starring Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne, premiering this fall – this documentary uses interviews with the nurses who spoke out against their co- worker, the detectives who solved the case, and audio of Cullen himself as he unravels the twisted path to his conviction.”

8) Stutz – November 14

Synopsis: “Phil Stutz is one of the greatest psychiatrists in the world. He has helped countless patients for over 40 years, including world-class creatives and business leaders, and among them many therapy skeptics.

“Directed by friend and patient Jonah Hill, the film explores Stutz’s life and guides the viewer through his signature visualization exercises, The Tools. As Hill sits down with Stutz for an unorthodox shoot that flips their doctor dynamic -a typical patient, they bring The Tools to life in a humorous, vulnerable, and ultimately therapeutic experience.

“Featuring a candid discussion of Stutz and Hill’s personal mental health journeys, as well as the light-hearted banter of two friends from different generations, the film beautifully frames The Tools and the journey to mental health in an accessible way. to all, whether or not. they are actively seeking help.”

9) Dead to Me – November 17

Synopsis: “Jen and Judy return for the third and final season. After yet another hit-and-run, the two women receive shocking news and are willing to risk their lives for a friendship above the law.”

10) 1899 – November 17

“1899. A migrant steamer heads west to leave the old continent. The passengers, a mixed bag of European origins, united by their hopes and dreams for the new century and their future abroad .

“But their journey takes an unexpected turn when they discover another migrant ship adrift on the high seas. What they find on board will turn their passage to the promised land into a horrifying nightmare.”

Other Versions –

  • The Dragon Prince
  • The fabulous
  • Enola Holmes 2
  • Neal Brennan: Blocks
  • The soccer movie
  • Lost ball 2
  • Fall for Christmas
  • Teletubbies
  • run for the money
  • Deon ColeCharleen’s Boy
  • wonderment
  • christmas with you
  • I am Vanessa Guillen
  • Pepsi, where’s my Jet?
  • Someone
  • Elite
  • Trevor Noah: I wish
  • Wednesday
  • First love
  • The Christmas Diary
  • My name is Vendetta
  • Snack versus Chef
  • A man of action

* All synopses are sourced directly from Netflix

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