New to Netflix in November

The final season of Longmire spearheads a bonanza month for westerns on Netflix, with the premieres of Godless, season two of Frontier and the Oscar-winning The Revenant, while superhero fans can thrill to Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and Marvel’s The Punisher.

Original Series

Greenleaf: Season 2 (1/11/2017)

An old sin catches up to James. Grace’s anger at Mac consumes her. At Triumph, Jacob sees Basie’s dark side. New dad Kevin tries to win back Charity.

Ten Percent (aka Call My Agent!): Season 2 (2/11/2017)

Amid a fresh wave of tabloid scandals and client meltdowns, the agents find their world upended by a wealthy but inexperienced new partner.

Alias Grace (3/11/2017)

A miniseries based on the award-winning novel about how a mild-mannered woman convicted of a savage murder in 1840s Canada becomes a young doctor’s obsession.

The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1(3/11/2017)

In this unscripted series, families passionate about food serve up their most delicious dishes for the chance to be crowned Britain’s best home cooks.

The Sinner: Season 1 (7/11/2017)

When a young mother inexplicably stabs a stranger to death, a sympathetic detective struggles to unlock the mystery buried in her missing memories.

Blazing Transfer Students: Season 1 (10/11/2017)

Featuring the boys of Johnny’s West, a gang of zany transfer students are recruited for a mysterious mission ordained by their shadowy principal.

Lady Dynamite: Season 2 (10/11/2017)

Domestic bliss turns to mayhem as Maria grapples with trust issues, bad advice from her childhood and the stresses of cohabitation.

Marvel’s The Punisher (17/11/2017)

A former Marine out to punish the criminals responsible for his family’s murder finds himself ensnared in a military conspiracy.

Longmire: Final Season (17/11/2017)

Walt faces legal troubles that jeopardise his career and property as he, Vic and Henry fight to keep the peace.

Shot in the Dark: Season 1 (17/11/2017)

Three rival freelance stringers scour the streets at night to film crime scenes, fires, accidents — and anything else they can sell to news outlets.

Godless (22/11/2017)

Frank Griffin’s gang terrorises the West as they hunt Roy Goode. The chase leads to the quiet town of La Belle, made up entirely of women.

She’s Gotta Have It: Season 1 (23/11/2017)

Nola Darling struggles to define herself and divide her time among her friends, job and three lovers. A new take on Spike Lee’s film, in 10 episodes.

Frontier: Season 2 (24/11/2017)

While Declan Harp continues his vendetta against Lord Benton and the Hudson’s Bay Company, the cutthroat fur trade becomes increasingly treacherous.

The Many Faces of Ito: Season 12 (24/11/2017)

A jaded rom-com screenwriter in her 30s mines four love-sick women for their stories under the guise of providing them with romantic advice.

Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA: Season 1 (24/11/2017)

The boys are back on the loose as Bubbles, Julian and Ricky head south of the Canadian border for some outrageous American adventures.

Prison Playbook: Season 1 (28/11/2017)

A high school girl finally gets her own apartment, but she has to share it with the most popular boy in school. No one can know they’re living together.

Good Morning Call: Season 2 (28/11/2017)

Now in university, Hisashi is Mr. Popular on campus, making Nao very insecure. But it isn’t long before she meets another handsome man herself.

Original Film

The Killer (10/11/2017)

Raised by a killer in lawless badlands, Cabeleira becomes a feared assassin in a war between bandits, a greedy landowner and a soldier bent on revenge.

Mudbound (17/11/2017)

In racially divided post-World War II Mississippi, two men — one black and one white — forge a friendship based on their shared war experiences.

A Christmas Prince (17/11/2017)

Christmas comes early for an aspiring young journalist when she’s sent abroad to get the scoop on a handsome prince who’s poised to be king.

Original Comedy

Mea Culpa (10/11/2017)

Alexis takes on a raw monologue that crushes traditional social constructs and will leave the audience shocked with laughter

DeRay Davis: How To Act Black (14/11/2017)

Dynamic comic DeRay Davis hits the stage like a ball of fire, nailing the finer points of living, dating and handling show business as a black man.

Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers (21/11/2017)

The affable comic takes dad humour to new heights as he talks board games, underwear elastic and looking for hot dogs in all the wrong places.

Original Documentary

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton (17/11/2017)

Through footage from the set of “Man on the Moon” and a present-day interview, Jim Carrey ruminates on life, identity and becoming Andy Kaufman.

Saving Capitalism (21/11/2017)

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich shares his thoughts on capitalism and income inequality while speaking with Americans from all walks of life.

Cuba and the Cameraman (24/11/2017)

This revealing portrait of Cuba follows the lives of Fidel Castro and three Cuban families affected by his policies over the last four decades.

Original Series for Kids

Project Mc²: Part 6 (7/11/2017)

A new case brings the girls closer to one of Maywood Glen’s most prominent citizens, an entrepreneur with ties to McKeyla’s father.

Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 1 (10/11/2017)

The Dinotrux are back and supercharged, ready to face new challenges with powers that make them faster, stronger and more agile than ever before.

Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 2(10/11/2017)

The Glitter Force warriors continue their battle against the evil King Mercenare with the help of a fierce new ally: Glitter Ace.

Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 1 (17/11/2017)

Jake Armstrong and his best friends are unexpectedly transformed into superheroes who learn to reach far beyond the limits of any ordinary teenager.

Luna Petunia: Season 3 (17/11/2017)

Puzzling mazes, mega meteors, lost treasures, the Jelly Jungle and other Amazia wonders await Luna and the gang in this season of fun and learning.

Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3 (17/11/2017)

Exciting new adventures await Lucky and her friends on the frontier in a free-spirited third season filled with fun and discovery.

TV Highlights

The Golden Path: Season 1 (1/11/2017)

The Little Nyonya: Season 1 (1/11/2017)

The Truth: Season 1 (1/11/2017)

The Furchester Hotel: Season 2 (1/11/2017)

Akulah Balqis: Season 1 (3/11/2017)

Dwelling Narrowness: Season 1 (10/11/2017)

Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1 (15/11/2017)

Guilt: Season 1 (15/11/2017)

Religion of Sports: Season 1 (23/11/2017)

Atlanta: Season 1 (25/11/2017)

Mars: Season 1 (25/11/2017)

The Story of God with Morgan Freeman: Season 1 (25/11/2017)

Film Highlights

The Pursuit of Happiness (1/11/2017)

Six Degrees of Separation (1/11/2017)

Golden Time (1/11/2017)

Men in Black (1/11/2017)

Men in Black II (1/11/2017)

Seven Pounds (1/11/2017)

Bad Boys (1/11/ 2017)

Where the Day Takes You (1/11/2017)

The Bittersweet (1/11/2017)

Moor (1/11/2017)

Sameer (1/11/2017)

Sound City (1/11/2017)

How to Be Single (1/11/2017)

Idiocracy (1/11/2017)

Undercover Grandpa (1/11/2017)

Getaway Plan (1/11/2017)

Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights (3/11/2017)

The Client List (3/11/2017)

The Journey Is the Destination (7/11/2017)

The Duchess (10/11/2017)

Long Time Running (12/11/2017)

The Revenant (11/11/2017)

42 (12/11/2017)

Marmaduke (13/11/2017)

Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary (13/11/2017)

Silver Linings Playbook (17/11/2017)

Happy Feet (17/11/2017)

Law Abiding Citizen (17/11/2017)

Billy Elliot (17/11/2017)

Inception (19/11/2017)

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (20/11/2017)

Premium Rush (22/11/2017)

Cherry Pop (22/11/2017)

Capture the Flag (25/11/2017)

No Good Deed (25/11/2017)

Whiplash (25/11/2017)

Long Time Running (26/11/2017).

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3 Responses to “New to Netflix in November”

  1. It’s sad that it’s the last season of Longmire, it’s such a brilliant show 🙂

  2. Yes, but thank God for Netflix, otherwise it would have ended several seasons sooner. And the only way we could have viewed it would have been in SD on Sky’s The Box rather than in HD or 4K.

  3. That’s for sure Philip, I don’t think I would have watched it otherwise … I hope it has a happy ending 🙂

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