As we get into the colder months, let’s be honest, we’ll probably be spending more time in front of the TV keeping warm. Luckily, Netflix is making sure we’ll have no problem finding something to watch with their November releases.
Here is everything we know is coming to Netflix in November in the UK. We’re most excited about the revamped season three of The Crown, new historic epic The King, promising Spanish Christmas cartoon Klaus, and The Irishman with Robert De Niro
The King – 1 November
One of Netflix’s biggest movie releases for the year, Timothee Chalamet, Robert Pattinson, Lily-Rose Depp and Joel Edgerton star in this period drama about a young man forced to take the throne of England after his father’s death. He must find a way to survive and thrive with enemies on all sides.
American Son – 1 November
Kerry Washington leads a talented ensemble cast in this drama about parents looking for answers regarding their missing son. Based on the popular Broadway play, this is billed as an event rather than a film, and is sure to be at the centre of many conversations throughout November.
Atypical (Season 3) – 1 November
This popular, funny and thought-provoking comedy-drama is back for a third season. It focuses on Sam, a young man on the autism spectrum, and his family as they try and navigate the familiar hardships of life with this extra layer of complications. Looking to see what happens with our season two cliffhangers.
Earthquake Bird – 15 November
Alicia Vikander, Riley Keough and Naoki Kobayashi star in this anticipated suspense drama about a young woman living in Tokyo who becomes the prime suspect in a murder when she is identified as part of a dangerous love triangle. How will she find justice in a strange country, as the twists in the plot continue to unravel.
Klaus – 15 November
Netflix’s first proper Christmas release, this Spanish animated film is a Santa Claus origin story that starts when a young postman and a reclusive toymaker become unlikely friends. Brought to Netflix by the co-creator of Despicable Me, it is sure to be one that kids will watch over and over again in the lead up to Christmas.
The Crown (Season 3) – 17 November
While we will be picking up where we left off at the end of Season 2, this is essentially a reboot with an all new cast as we enter a new phase of the Queen’s life. Olivia Colman will play Queen Elizabeth, bringing her fierce presence to the always well-produced show.
The Irishman – 27 November
Starring Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, this Martin Scorsese piece looks at the life of Frank Sheeran, a WWII veteran who becomes a hitman for the mob.
Ad Vitam (Season 1) – 1 November
Set in a world where medical breakthroughs allow people to live pretty much forever, two people come together to investigate the suicides of seven teenagers.
Drive – 1 November
India’s answer to The Fast and the Furious, a thief teams up with a street race to pull off his biggest heist yet.
Fire in Paradise – 1 November
This documentary recalls California’s deadliest wildfire that destroyed the town of Paradise, killing many.
Hache (Season 1) – 1 November
Set in 1960s Barcelona, Helena draws the attention of a heroin cartel leader. She must use everything she knows to not only survive, but fund her own path.
Hello Ninja (Season 1) – 1 November
Two friends and their cat enter a magical world where they become Ninjas and protect the locals.
Holiday in the Wild – 1 November
Rom-com starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis, Davis is a recently divorced woman whose children are grown to goes to Africa to find herself.
Queer Eye: We’re In Japan – 1 November
The Queer Eye make over team take their show to Japan and bring us unique Japanese style tips.
The Man Without Gravity – 1 November
In this Italian dramedy, a boy is born with the ability to defy gravity. At first he lives as a recluse, but as he looks for the human contact he craves, he finds fame.
We Are the Wave (Season 1) – 1 November
Opposed to rising nationalistic fervour, a group of young people form their own movement, but things quickly get out of hand in this compelling political suspense drama.
The Devil Next Door (Season 1) – 4 November
How well do you know the people around you? This docu-series follows the case of a Cleveland grandfather put on trial for being a Nazi war criminal
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj – 5 November
Hasan Minhaj is back with his weekly funny bit deep look at what is happening in the global news.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Season 4) – 5 November
A remake of the 80s children’s favourite is now back for another season.
Busted (Season 2) – 8 November
The Japanese reality show is back as seven sleuths take on a variety of mysteries. It is the ultimate murder mystery night.
Greenleaf (Season 4) – 8 November
UK viewers will finally be getting season 4 of Greenleaf, the story about the scandalous Greenleaf family as they do anything for power and self-interest.
Let it Snow – 8 November
We see the lives of a group of high school kids unfold as their small town is hit by a terrible snowstorm on Christmas eve.
Green Eggs and Ham (Season 1) – 8 November
Taking some of Dr Seuss’ most love characters, they go on a road trip to save endangered animals and learn that opposites can attract when it comes to friendship.
Little Things (Season 3) – 9 November
We continue to watch along as our unconventional couple try and live life on their own term sin modern day Mumbai.
Harvey Girls Forever (Season 3) – 12 November
One more season of the animated kids favourite set in a place called Harvey Street where it is the kids that make the rules.
The Club (Season 1) – 25 November
A group of young, rich kids in Mexico decide to set up their own drug cartel, but quickly have problems with other dealers, the authorities, and their parents.
House Arrest – 15 November
In this Indian comedy, a man decides to become a recluse and confine himself to his own home, but it seems that the world is conspiring against him.
I’m with the Band: Nasty Cherry (Season 1) – 15 November
Pop sensation Charli XCX shares the struggles of creating a all-girl punk band in this expose docu-series.
I Lost my Body – 15 November
In this adult anime, a severed head searches Paris for the rest of itself in a surprisingly compelling story.
Llama Llama (Season 2) – 15 November
Another educational cartoon for younger kids, this hugely popular show is back for a second series.
The Stranded (Season 1) – 15 November
A modern take on Lord of the Flies, the students of an elite school find themselves trayed on an island in the wake of a tsunami.
The Toys that Made Us (Season 3) – 15 November
The nest season of the show that looks at the most iconic toys of all time and the impact that they have made on society.
The Knight Before Christmas – 21 November
A typical holiday flick, a medieval knight mysteriously shows up in the modern day to teach a disillusioned young woman about love.
Dolly Parton’s Heart Strings – 22 November
This show features eight stories of love and more all based on the songs by the country music legend.
High Seas (Season 2) – 22 November
We are back with the second season of this Spanish mystery series that starts with the death of the father of two sisters on a cruise ship from Spain to Brazil in t he 1940s.
The Dragon Prince (Season 3) – 22 November
Our human princes and an elven assassin continue on their quest to save their world from war and destruction.
Final Space (Season 2) – 24 November
An adult cartoon and space opera dramedy, we follow astronaut Gary and his alien friend Mooncake as they solve problems in space.
Holiday Rush – 28 November
When a Radio DJ finds himself widowed, he must face Christmas alone with his four spoiled kids.
Merry Happy Whatever – 28 November
Dennis Quaid stars as a dad whose ideas are challenged when his daughter brings home an unexpected guest for Christmas.
Girls Und Pazer (Season 1) – 1 November
This anima tells the story of Miho, a girl from a family famous for the art of tank warfare. After she dishonours her familiar name, she gets sent to a school where there is no Tank warfare, at least not yet.
Transformers Rescue Bots Academy (Season 1) – 1 November
Five young Transformers from the world of Cybertron start their training to become Rescue Bots for the planet Earth.
- Apache Warrior (2017) – IMDB Score 7/10 – David Salzberg, Christian Tureaud
- Bad Boys (1995) – IMDB Score 6.9/10- Will Smith, Martin Lawrence
- A Bad Moms Christmas (2017) – IMDB Score 5.5/10 – Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell
- Christmas Break-In (2018) – IMDB Score 5.4/10 – Denise Richards, Danny Glover
- Christmas with a View (2018) – IMDB Score 5.1/10 – Kaitlyn Leeb, Scott Cavalheiro
- Enter the Dragon (1973) – IMDB Score 7.7/0 – Bruce Lee
- Get Smart (2008) – IMDB Score 6.5/10 – Steve Carrell, Anne Hathaway
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) – IMDB Score 6.9/10 – Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan
- The Lincoln Lawyer (2011) – IMDB Score 7.3/10 – Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei
- One for the Money (2012) – IMDB Score 5.3/10 – Katherine Heigl, Jason O’Mara
- Pitch Perfect 3 (2017) – IMDB Score 5.8/10 – Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson
- Reservoir Dogs (1992) – IMDB Score 8.3/10 – Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth
- Santa Girl (2019) – IMDB Score 6.1/10 – Barry Bostwick, Jennifer Stone
- Spinning Man (2018) – IMDB Score 5.6/10 – Guy Pearce, Pierce Brosnan
- Tucker and the Man of His Dreams (1988) 0- IMDB Score 6.9/10 – Jeff Bridges, Joan Allen
- Vox Lux (2018) – IMDB Score 6/10 – Natalie Portman, Jude Law
- Wedding Crashers (2005) – IMDB Score 6/10 – Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams