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What’s coming on Netflix in November 2023?

November is shaping up to be a big month for Netflix subscribers, with a wide variety of new movies and TV shows scheduled to be released. From the final season of the critically acclaimed historical drama The Crown to a new anime adaptation of the cult classic graphic novel Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, there’s something for everyone to look forward to.

What's coming on Netflix in November 2023?

Here is a more detailed look at some of the most anticipated releases coming to Netflix in November 2023:

Movies coming on Netflix in November 2023

  • November 1: Hurricane Season (Netflix Original) – A coming-of-age drama about a young man who must learn to take care of himself and his younger brother after their father is incarcerated.
  • November 3: Locked In (Netflix Original) – A psychological thriller about a woman who wakes up in a hospital bed with no memory of how she got there, only to discover that she is trapped inside her own body, unable to speak or move.
  • November 10: The Killer (Netflix Original) – A neo-noir thriller directed by David Fincher and starring Michael Fassbender as a skilled assassin who begins to question his own morality.
  • November 17: See You On Venus (Netflix Original) – A romantic drama based on a novel about two young people who fall in love while working on a space mission to Venus.
  • November 17: Nuovo Olimpo (Netflix Original) – An Italian sci-fi thriller about a group of astronauts who discover a mysterious planet that may be the key to saving humanity.
  • November 24: Nyad (Netflix Original) – A biographical drama about Diana Nyad, the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage.
  • November 24: Rustin (Netflix Original) – A biographical drama about Bayard Rustin, a civil rights activist and close advisor to Martin Luther King Jr.

TV Shows coming on Netflix in November 2023

  • November 2: All the Light We Cannot See (Netflix Original) – A limited series adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr, set during World War II and following the lives of two young people from different worlds whose paths eventually intersect.
  • November 4: The Crown (Netflix Original) – The final season of the popular historical drama, which chronicles the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • November 10: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Anime Series (Netflix Original) – A new adaptation of the cult classic graphic novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley, produced by the same creative team behind the 2010 live-action film.
  • November 15: Matt Rife: Natural Selection (Netflix Original Comedy Special) – A new stand-up comedy special from the rising star comedian and TikTok sensation.
  • November 17: Stamped from the Beginning (Netflix Original Documentary) – A documentary series based on the National Book Award-winning book by Ibram X. Kendi, which examines the history of racism in America.
  • November 17: The Dads (Netflix Original Comedy Series) – A new comedy series from the creators of American Dad! and Family Guy, following the lives of three stay-at-home dads.
  • November 17: The Queenstown Kings (Netflix Original Reality Series) – A new reality series following the lives of a group of young men working in the tourism industry in Queenstown, New Zealand.
  • November 24: Squid Game: The Challenge (Netflix Original Competition Show) – A new competition show based on the hit Netflix series Squid Game, with 456 real-life contestants competing for a life-changing cash prize.
  • November 30: Virgin River (Netflix Original Drama Series) – The fifth season of the popular romantic drama series, set in the picturesque town of Virgin River, California.

In addition to these new releases, Netflix will also be adding a number of classic movies and TV shows to its library in November, including:

  • Movies: 13 Going On 30The Big LebowskiScott Pilgrim vs. the WorldThe Social NetworkWhiplash
  • TV Shows: FriendsThe OfficeParks and RecreationBreaking BadMad Men

With so much great content coming to Netflix in November, there’s no excuse to be bored. So start clearing your calendar and get ready for a month of binge-watching!

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