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Everything you need to watch on Netflix this November

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The best films and TV shows to watch on Netflix this November. 

Struggling to find something to watch while you cosy up on these cold winter nights? Well, don’t get stuck staring at your screen or scrolling through endless categories, and make life easier for yourself by checking out our Netflix recommendations instead. 

We’ve hand-picked the best new TV shows and films coming to Netflix this November so you’ve always got some go-to viewing material at hand. 

House of Cards: Season 6

It’s the final season of House of Cards so you can bet it’s going to be a banger. 

Release date: 2 November 

The Sinner: Season 2

After an incredibly tense first season, The Sinner is back, and with a change of cast. 

Release date: 7 November 

Narcos: Mexico: Season 1

Narcos: Mexico takes the audience back to the origins of the modern drug war, beginning at a time when the Mexican trafficking world was a chaotic confederation of independent growers and dealers.  

Release date: 16 November 

The Kominsky Method: Season 1

Old friends Douglas and Alan take a comedic and emotional journey together as they make sense of life living in Los Angeles in their later years, a city that values youth and beauty.

Release date: 16 November 

The Princess Switch 

Vanessa Hudgens stars in this cheesy Christmas rom-com, which sees two women switch places, one from royalty and the other who struggles to play the bills. 

Release date: 16 November 

Outlaw King

Discover the untold, true story of Robert the Bruce who went from defeated nobleman to outlaw hero while living through the oppressive reign of Edward I of England in medieval Scotland. 

Release date: 9 November 

The Christmas Chronicles 

When a couple of kids hatch a plan to catch Santa on camera, they have no idea what they’ve started. A classic Christmas tale about friendship, family and working together to save the day, it’s perfect for getting in the festive mood.

Release date: 22 November 

The Lord of the Rings 

Settle in for the night to watch J.R.R Tolkien epic tale retold in film form. 

Release date: 1 November 

Selma 

Follow Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legendary 1965 campaign to battle racism and get equal voting rights by leading a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. 

Release date: 1 November 

Allied 

Cracks start to show in a couple’s happy marriage when they struggle to leave their previous secret agent lives behind and realise there’s still a lot of secrets between them. 

Release date: 3 November 

Red Riding Hood

This classic fairy tale takes an even darker turn when it’s re-imagined as a live action drama about a village terrorised by an unseen wolf, and a young women who is romantically entangled with the man behind the monster. 

Release date: 15 November 

Arrival

When aliens visit Earth it’s down to one translator to work out what they want and crack the code behind their otherworldy language. 

Release date: 11 November 

The Light Between Oceans 

After an infant in a rowing boat washes up on shore next to the lighthouse a couple, who are struggling to conceive are living in, it seems like their prayers have finally been answered. Unfortunately their happy family doesn’t stay like that for long…

Release date: 4 November 

Passengers 

On the way to a new world an engineer accidentally breaks out of his pod on the space ship, which is supposed to be preserving his youth until he reaches his destination. Facing the next 80 years alone and accepting he’ll never see the new planet he expected to live on, he makes the difficult decision to wake another passenger up. But in giving himself company, taking away their chance at a new life. 

Release date: 21 November

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