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Netflix seems to churn out brand new Netflix Originals each month, and this month is no different. We’ve compiled a list of upcoming Netflix originals releasing in November that you should check out starting November 8.
“Undercover” – Season 2
Inspired by real events, this Dutch Netflix Original is about undercover agents infiltrating a kingpin’s drug operations. “Undercover” Season 2 is available for streaming on November 9.
“Dash & Lily”
One of the several Christmas-based originals releasing this month on the platform, this television series explores the romantic buildup between Dash (Austin Abrams) and Lily (Midori Francis), who trade dares, dreams and desires in a notebook they pass back and forth around New York City. “Dash & Lily” Season 1 releases on November 10.
“Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun”
From executive producer Ed Helms, this comedy series sees Zach, Broden and Mark, known as the comedy group Aunty Donna, go on wacky and crazy little adventures – in their house. “Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun” is available to stream worldwide from November 11.
“The Liberator” – Limited Series
This animated World War II drama tells the story of Felix Sparks, an army officer, and his unit, nicknamed the “Thunderbirds,” who spent a record of 500 days in combat. The Liberator premieres on November 11.
This upcoming docuseries explores a Boston man, Sean K. Ellis, who tries to prove his innocence and expose the corruption in the police that put him away for 22 years for a murder he did not commit. “Trial 4” releases on November 11.
“Was Wir Wollten” (“What We Wanted”)
An Austrian drama film directed by Ulrike Kofler, “What We Wanted” tells the story of a couple with fertility issues as their marriage is tested while on vacation to a Sardinian resort. The film is available from November 11.
The only Netflix Original from India releasing this month, this dark comedy crime film features four different stories that overlap by fate, chance and one strange criminal. “Ludo” drops on November 12.
“Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey”
This Christmas musical, directed by David E. Talbert, tells the story about a joyful toy maker who finds new hope in his life when his granddaughter appears on his doorstep. Starring Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key, and Madalen Mills as the bright young child, this 122-minute musical releases on November 13.
“La Vita Davanti a Se” (“The Life Ahead”)
The upcoming Italian Netflix Original film sees legendary actress Sophia Loren play an aging Holocaust survivor who takes in a 12-year-old street kid, and the events that follow are dark and drama-filled. “The Life Ahead” is available from November 13.
“The Minions of Midas” – Limited Series
Inspired by a 1901 Jack London story, but set in a contemporary Madrid, this Spanish Netflix Original series follows a rich businessman, Victor, who is blackmailed by an unknown organization in a strange way. The six-part limited series drops on November 13.
“The Crown” – Season 4
Probably the most anticipated Netflix show this month, Season 4 of “The Crown” explores the time period of the Royal family between 1977-1990. Set during Magaret Thatcher’s premiership, Season 4 will introduce other royal family members, including Lady Diana Spencer, Prince William and Prince Harry. All episodes of “The Crown” Season 4 will be available from November 15.
“Voices of Fire” – Season 1
Executive producer Pharrell Williams gives us a brand-new series which has one mission – to build a choir to change the world. “Voices of Fire” will be on Netflix from November 20.
Dolly Parton’s “Christmas on the Square”
Dolly Parton’s Christmas special sees her as an angel attempting to save a town in – you guessed it – “Christmas on the Square.” The 98-minute musical drops on November 22.
“Shawn Mendes: In Wonder”
Directed by Grant Singer, this documentary film will explore Shawn Mendes’ life over the course of a world tour, where the singer will open up about his stardom, relationships and musical future. The 83-minute documentary releases on November 23.
Based on the 2016 memoir by J.D. Vance, Ron Howard’s directorial Netflix debut tells the story of a Yale Law student who is drawn back to his Appalachian hometown as he reflects on his family’s history and his own future. Starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close, “Hillbilly Elegy” releases on November 24.
“The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two”
Following the success of the 2018 Christmas film, “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two” sees teenager Kate Pierce reuniting with Santa Claus when a troublemaker has vowed to cancel Christmas forever. The film sees Chris Columbus directing the sequel and the rest of the cast reprising their roles, including Kurt Russell as Santa Claus. The film is available to stream from November 25.
“ÜberWeihnachten” (“Over Christmas”
A German Christmas special, this film sees Basti in a tough place during the festive season as his career as a musician doesn’t take off and he separates from his girlfriend, Fine. A visit to his family over the holidays promises to be a welcome distraction, but Basti loses all hope for a happy future when his brother Niklas is seen with his ex, Fine. “Over Christmas” releases on November 27.
“Virgin River” – Season 2
The romantic drama series is back for another season! Season 2 of “Virgin River” promises more engagements, more babies, more heartbreak and more murder. All episodes of Season 2 drop on November 27.
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