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Here’s Everything Worth A Watch On Netflix This November

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

Here’s Everything Worth A Watch On Netflix This November

Not vibing the turn of the weather? Consider Netflix your official saviour – thanks to some cheery, festive faves that are hitting the platform in a matter of weeks. That’s right, stick up your Christmas tree, pop on your Santa hat and be done with it already – with a number of future Christmas hits all landing on the streaming platform. From star-studded ensembles to old favourites returning, here’s everything worth a worth on Netflix UK this November.

The Harder They Fall, November 3rd

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Ready for a badass cast including the likes of Idris Elba, Regina King, Zazie Beetz, Jonathan Majors and LaKeith Stanfield? The Harder They Fall is one of Netflix’s many star-studded movies of 2021, this time, in the form of an all-black Western that follows an outlaw ready to get revenge on his biggest enemy, played by Idris Elba, who is being released from prison. Flipping the stereotypically white Cowboy image on its head, the movie tells a more historically accurate tale of the many black cowboys who existed during the 1800s, with many critics applauding creators for the more diverse approach to the genre. Catch it on November 3rd.

Big Mouth (S5), November 5th

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Cult favourite show Big Mouth is back for a fifth adventure, continuing with its no-filter approach to the woes of adolescence. Garnering critical acclaim during its run, the animated comedy will pick back up with Nick, Jessi and co, with more teen romance, sexual curiosity and embarrassing encounters to laugh about. Stream it from November 5th.

Passing, November 10th

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Starring Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga, Passing follows a black woman in 1920’s New York City, whose life is turned upside down when she stumbles upon a childhood friend who is married with children and passing as a white woman. Marking Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, The Prestige), the movie has already turned the heads of critics and movie lovers ahead of its release, with critics calling the movie “immaculate”, “a masterpiece” and “impressive”. Watch it on November 10th. 

Red Notice, November 12th

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The long-anticipated Red Notice is finally landing on Netflix, starring Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson. Set to be an absolute treat for action lovers, the movie follows FBI agent John Hartley (Johnson), as he works to capture the ‘World’s Greatest Con-Man’ and the ‘World’s Greatest Art Thief’ – or Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, respectively. Expect plenty of Reynold’s iconic quick wit, and, of course, plenty of stunts from Hollywood’s current hot commodity, The Rock. Watch it on November 12th.

Tiger King (S2), November 17th

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As unexpectedly as it arrived, Tiger King is (surprisingly) back for a second season, after the documentary series took the world by storm during the first lockdown in March 2020. As fans will know already, main cast member Joe Exotic remains incarcerated, so it’s currently unclear where the second season’s focus will lie, but what we do know is that we’ll be seeing some of the whacky former zookeeper from behind bars, alongside husband Dillon Passage who has teased his return. Binge-watch it from November 17th. 

The Princess Switch 3, November 18th

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Vanessa Hudgens, Vanessa Hudgens and Vanessa Hudgens return for The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star, bringing back Queen Margaret, Princess Stacy and their wild doppelganger Fiona back for another festive adventure. When a priceless Christmas relic is stolen, the trio must embark on a Mission Impossible-like escapade to retrieve it, with plenty of Christmas magic (and romance) in store for fans to swoon over. Watch it on November 18th.

Selling Sunset (S4), November 24th

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Reality TV fans rejoice, because our favourite estate agents are finally back with a brand new season of Selling Sunset. Picking up with the team following the *tiny hiccup* that was the pandemic, fans can expect more drama, scandalous scraps between the girls and, of course, more incredible property to lust over. Teasers so far suggest the fourth season could be the most dramatic yet, with bigger clients, bigger houses, and huge changes to the cast. Binge it from November 24th. 

True Story, November 24th

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Kevin Hart and Wesley Snipes star in True Story, a brand new limited series that world-famous comedian Kid (Hart), whose world is turned upside down when he returns home in Philadelphia, to have his entire livelihood threatened by his unruly brother (Snipes). Playing a fictionised version of himself, fans can expect to see a new side to Hart, with the series seeing the actor and comedian dip his toes further into the genre of drama following his recent starring role in Netflix flick, Fatherhood. Watch it on November 24th. 

Other highlights:

  • A Castle For Christmas, November 26th
  • Little Women, November 26th
  • Bruised, November 24th
  • Detective Pikachu, November 16th
  • Love Actually, November 16th
  • Father Christmas Is Back, November 7th
  • Riverdale (S6), November 1st
  • Narcos: Mexico (S3), November 5th
  • Hustlers, November 2nd
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