Make way for some top notch shows and one of the year’s most anticipated films…
Netflix November round-up
Looking ahead at Netflix’s upcoming slate, it’s safe to say, come the end of November, many a Netflix aficionado will find that their parsnips have been well and truly buttered.
So much so, in fact, that we think it’s even safer to say that November 2019 may well prove to be the platform’s greatest ever month. Here’s why...
First up we have The King, co-writer/director David Michôd’s Shakespearean historical drama starring Timothée Chalamet as King Henry V.
Next up is another royal-centred drama in the third series of The Crown, now starring Academy Award-winner Olivia Colman as Her Majesty, following Claire Foy’s departure.
It’s a belter of a month, packed with cracking casts and amazing stories that are sure to rake in the award nominations come the New Year. If Roma’s success paved the way for the service announcing themselves on the awards circuit in 2018, November’s slate could well cement it.
Intrigued? Read on below to find out why each one is well worth a watch, plus see what else in coming to Netflix in November.
Find it on Netflix from 1 November
A young prince suddenly finds himself in the hotseat in this gritty looking historical drama, from Animal Kingdom writer/director David Michôd. Newly crowned King Henry (Timothée Chalamet) attempts to fend off scheming rivals and an approaching French army, in a film that will have you raising a suspicious eyebrow at just about everyone in each gorgeously lit, brilliantly acted scene. Dark, brooding, gloomy and bloodier than the rarest of steaks, it looks set to be every bit as captivating as it is stylised. It’s been a while since we had a good ol’ Shakespearean drama with some proper grit – The King resets the clock.
Find in on Netflix from 17 November
Olivia Colman picks up where Claire Foy left off as Peter Morgan’s brilliant historical drama returns for its stunning third series. Now in her late 40s, the Queen is once again thrown into the limelight as a harrowing natural disaster and political scandals threaten the nation. Jaw-dropping sets, standout performances (including Helen Bonham Carter’s eerily accurate portrayal of Princess Margaret) and razor-sharp scripting make this a brilliant new addition to one of Netflix’s biggest original series.
On Netflix in November
Queer Eye: We’re In Japan
Holiday In The Wild
Fire In Paradise
Atypical, season 3
A Bad Mom’s Christmas
The Devil Next Door
The End Of The F***ing World, season 2
Tune In For Love
Let It Snow
Green Eggs And Ham
Busted!, season 2
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
I’m With The Band: Nasty Cherry
The Crown, season 3
The Knight Before Christmas
Nailed It! Holiday!, season 2
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings
Pitch Perfect 2
Pitch Perfect 3
Final Space, season 2
Merry Happy Whatever
Sugar Rush Christmas
I Lost My Body
All The Money In The World
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