Weeks from now, celebrating the holiday season’s first twinkle is going to be socially acceptable, and Netflix will be supporting you when you finally take the frosty plunge. While the streaming service has already released its list of holiday programming which will be in our queues in the next two months, November is actually when things get started with Netflix original movies and if you’re not a fan of the holiday flicks there are also non-holiday programs available on Netflix, including season two of The End Of The F*cking World and season three of The Crown. Keep reading to see the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this November.
The casualties of war continue to haunt young Levius, but using his prosthetic arm, he takes his fight to the brutal Mecha Boxing world. Coming soon.
American Son (2019)
Based on the riveting play on Broadway, American Son is about how Kendra Ellis-Connor (played by Emmy-nominee Kerry Washington), a mother whose teenage son is missing, struggles to piece things together at a police station in South Florida. Jeremy Jordan, Steven Pasquale and Eugene Lee reprise their roles in this adaptation as well. The film presents four distinct viewpoints and also navigates through the unique dynamic between an interracial couple raising a mixed-race son. Written by Christopher Demos-Brown, American Son is directed by Kenny Leon. The executive producers are Washington and Pilar Savone, under the Simpson Street Banner. Rebecca Gold and Jeffrey Richards serve as executive producers. Available on November 1.
Atypical: Season 3 (2019)
Sam starts going to college. He faces new challenges, like making friends and managing his schedule. Available on November 1.
“A notorious thief partners up with a street racer to carry out a grand heist that involves a complex game of deceit with the authorities, who also have dirty secrets of their own. Available on November 1.
Fire In Paradise (2019)
This documentary is about the Camp Fire tragedy that happened in Paradise, California, starting on November 8, 2018. The film plots the course and shows the consequences of the terrible disaster — part of an unfortunate new trend in wildfires in California, and the deadliest fire in U.S. history in more than 100 years — through interviews and video footage from emergency responders and survivors. Available on November 1.
Inspired by true events, Hache is about Helena (played by Adriana Ugarte), a prostitute who begins as a simple pawn used by Malpica (played by Javier Rey), the leader of a gangster band which operates in Barcelona during the 1960s. In the beginning, Helena is at the organization’s lowest rung but a steep and dangerous learning curve takes her to the top and leads her to seizing control of the organization’s heroin operation. Hache is created by Verónica Fernández and its director is Jorge Torregrossa, who also directed La vida inesperada, Velvet Collection, and Cocaine Coast. Available on November 1.
Hello Ninja (2019)
Wesley and Georgie are BFFs who transform into ninjas. Together with their cat sidekick Pretzel, the BFFS enter a magic world to solve problems and eventually save the day. Available on November 1.
The King (2019)
Timothée Chalamet plays wayward prince Hal, who is the reluctant heir to the throne of England. He has given up his life as a royal and is living among commoners but his tyrannical father dies and Hal gets crowned King Henry V. Forced to live the life that he had tried to escape, the young king must now navigate the palace politics, war and chaos his father left behind. Hal must also deal with his past life’s emotional strings — including his relationship with closest friend and mentor, John Falstaff (played by Joel Edgerton), an ageing alcoholic knight. The King is directed by David Michôd, who co-wrote it with Edgerton. The film also stars Ben Mendelsohn, Sean Harris, Lily-Rose Depp and Robert Pattinson. Available on November 1.
The Man Without Gravity (2019)
When a gravity-defying baby is born, he is raised in seclusion. He matures and becomes an extraordinary man – and also an international celebrity. However, he longs for a life that is ordinary. Available on November 1.
Queer Eye: We’re In Japan! (2019)
Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Tan France (Fashion) and Karamo Brown (Culture) or the Fab Five are bringing their expertise to Tokyo. They make-better four heroes at the same time experience Japanese cuisine, fashion, design, culture and grooming firsthand. Available on November 1.
True: Grabbleapple Harvest (2019)
It is the harvest season of Grabbleapple in the Rainbow Kingdom. However, Glummy Glooma does not want autumn to arrive. Can True, with the help of her friends, actually save the festival? Available on November 1.
We Are The Wave (2019)
There is a rising tide of nationalism in the country but four idealistic teens led by a mysterious classmate decide to rise in a revolt against it. However, their movement unfortunately takes a dark turn. Available on November 1.
Apache Warrior (2017)
Apache Warrior uses real attack footage from a squadron of Apache fighter helicopters to chronicle the surge into Iraq in 2003. Available on November 1.
Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Go Team Roberts: Season 1 (2018-Present)
Barbie and her friends go on different adventures in the neighborhood that srrounds her dreamhouse. Available on November 1.
Billy On The Street (2011-Present)
The unmistakable Billy Eichner goes around New York City together with different celebrities to take on a series of challenges and interact with unsuspecting strangers. Available on November 1.
Christmas Break-In (2018)
When a blizzard hits, nine-year-old Izzy gets trapped at school because her already-late parents cannot pick her up. However, that is the least of her worries since the school janitor also gets kidnapped. Available on November 1.
Christmas In The Heartland (2017)
Two really different teenagers start up an unlikely friendship on Christmas. Available on November 1.
Christmas Survival (2018)
Together with their new families, two sisters reunite at their late parents’ home, where personalities clash, in addition to old resentments creeping back. Available on November 1.
Holiday In The Wild (2019)
Manhattan resident Kate Conrad (played by Kristin Davis) has planned a ‘second honeymoon’ that she and her husband can enjoy to keep their spirits high after their son leaves for college. However, rather than thanking her, he ends their relationship suddenly, so jilted Kate decides to go on an African safari on her own. During a detour in Zambia, Kate helps her pilot, Derek Holliston (played by Rob Lowe), rescue a baby elephant that has been orphaned. At a local elephant sanctuary, the pair nurse the animal back to health and Kate decides to extend her stay through Christmastime. Without the modern luxuries, Kate thrives amidst majestic scenery and animals. Her love for her new surroundings might end up extending to the man that shared her journey. Available on November 1.
Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer (2018)
A spot opens up for a new reindeer on Santa’s sleigh, so miniature horse Elliot decides he will try out and defy the odds. Available on November 1.
Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (1998)
Hunter S. Thompson’s 1971 novel about a drug-fueled road trip gets a new life in this adaptation starring Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro. Available on November 1.
This film adaptation of the 1950s-inspired musical stars John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Be warned: There is plenty of leather and gel. Available on November 1.
Holly Star (2018)
A puppeteer goes back home for Christmas and ends up joining an elaborate treasure hunt together with her grandmother, best friend, and childhood beau. Available on November 1.
How To Be A Latin Lover (2017)
Because of his divorce, a womanizing man has to live together with his estranged sister and ends up learning about how important family is. Available on November 1.
Love Jones (1997)
A beautiful photographer and young poets casual relationship is tested in unexpected ways. Available on November 1.
Mars: Season 2 (2018)
Mars is set in 2033. It is a fictional story about astronauts landing on Mars, and what humans would like to do on the Red Planet. Available on November 1.
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans: Seasons 1-2 (2015-Present)
A young woman leads the fight for independence 300 years following the war between Mars and Earth. Available on November 1.
Paid In Full (2002)
Raised in the 1980s Harlem drug scene, a young man must think about the path in life he is taking. Available on November 1.
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
When a couple starts anew in a new neighbourhood, things take a strange turn as the woman gets pregnant unexpectedly and consumed with paranoia. Available on November 1.
A recovering gambling addict has no choice but to go back to his greatest vice so that he can help a friend get the money to repay a loan. Available on November 1.
Santa Girl (2019)
Desperate to know more about the real world, Santa’s daughter is permitted to attend a semester in college, which changes her life. Available on November 1.
Sling Blade (1996)
After a boy kills his mother, he gets hospitalized. 25 years later, he is released from the psychiatric hospital and starts a new life in a small town. Available on November 1.
Spitfire: The Plane That Saved The World (2018)
The history of the airplanes that defended the skies in the Second World War. Available on November 1.
Step Brothers (2008)
Starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, this classic comedy tells the story of two low-achieving men that become step-brothers — and roommates — after their parents marry. Available on November 1.
The Christmas Candle (2013)
When a mourning pastor comes to a new town, he immediately trues to squash the town’s longest tradition. Available on November 1.
The Deep: Season 3 (2019)
An animated show about a family of explorers that live in a submarine and go on adventures underwater. Available on November 1.
The Game (1997)
A rich banker gets lured into joining a game which ends up infecting his whole life. Available on November 1.
The Matrix (1999)
A computer hacker reveals the truth about reality and must then fight in order to defend it. Available on November 1.
The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
The film picks up where first movie left off. The protagonists have only 72 hours to save Zion’s citizens from 250,000 probes. Available on November 1.
The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
This installment focuses on Zion battling the machine invasion. Available on November 1.
Up North (2018)
A wealthy family young and rebellious son gets sent to Northern Nigeria in order to take part in the National Service and clean up his act. Available on November 1.
Wild Child (2008)
A spoiled Malibu teen (Emma Roberts) is sent to an English boarding school to straighten up. Available on November 1.
After zombies overtake America, an unlikely group join forces to survive. Available on November 1.
A Holiday Engagement (2011)
When a young woman and her fiance break up, she decides to come home for the Thanksgiving weekend with an actor who will play her ex-lover. Available on November 4.
Christmas Crush (2018)
A career-driven woman has lost her Christmas spirit but when she comes back to her festive hometown, she falls back into old habits and relationships. Available on November 4.
Dear Santa (2011)
A rich woman finds a letter written by a young girl and ends up falling in love with the girl’s father, who is a soup kitchen owner. Available on November 4.
The Devil Next Door (2019)
A Cleveland grandfather gets accused of an appalling crime — being Ivan the Terrible, the infamous guard of a Nazi concentration camp. Available on November 4.
District 9 (2009)
A once revered group of aliens now live in squalor inside a refugee camp. However, a government worker becomes their ally. Available on November 4.
The End Of The F***Ing World: Season 2 (2019)
Two years after the hair-raising road trip of James and Alyssa, a woman who has an obsession with the man that they killed gets released from prison. The woman then sets out for revenge. Available on November 5.
Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby (2019)
Late Night host, Seth Meyers, takes a break from sitting behind his desk and steps onto the stage in Minneapolis’ Pantages Theater to explain to fans that a lobby baby can be as loveable as a hospital baby…in time. Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby is Meyers’ Netflix comedy-special debut and he talks about family, fatherhood, and why for your girlfriend’s birthday, you should not take her to Paris. Available on November 5.
She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power: Season 4 (2019)
Catra declares that she will conquer Etheria before the arrival of Horde Prime. Glimmer has difficulty with a new role. Adora and the princesses deals with treachery old and new. Available on November 5.
Tune In for Love (2019)
A student first meets a reticent teen at a bakery in the ‘90s. Through the years, they attempt to find each other as fate continues to pull them apart. Available on November 5.
Undercover Brother 2 (2019)
This movie picks up ten years after the events in the 2002 film, which was about a team of secret agents that protected a Black presidential candidate. Available on November 5.
Burning Cane (2019)
A woman feels conflicted between her family and religion. Available on November 6.
When the Lehman shock hits a well-meaning young man hard, he takes part in a phone scam operation. He then becomes more and more embroiled in the underworld. Available on November 6.
Shadow is set in China in AD 220-280 and it centers around a king and his subjects that are kicked out of their own home. Available on November 6.
The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019)
After a woman meets a pregnant domestic abuse victim on the street, an unlikely support system between them forms. Available on November 7.
Busted!: Season 2 (2019)
A team of amateur detectives try to untangle mystifying cases, which could be connected to the enigmatic figure called the Flower Killer. Available on November 8.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 2 (2019)
White beard? Twinkling eyes? Santa cannot compare to Paul Hollywood as he, along with Prue Leith, judge festive treats that are baked by favorite former competitors. Available on November 8.
Greatest Events Of WWII In HD Colour (2019)
The Second World War’s most pivotal events, from the Pearl Harbor attack to D-Day, come to life in the vivid docuseries which feature colorized footage. Available on November 8.
Green Eggs and Ham (2019)
Opposites Guy and Sam go on a road trip in order to save an endangered animal, and on the way, learn to try new things, such as friendship, hope – and one delectable dish. Available on November 8.
Let It Snow (2019)
When a small midwestern town gets hit by a snowstorm on Christmas Eve, a bunch of high school seniors find their love lives and friendships colliding thanks to a stolen keg, a stranded pop star, a mysterious woman who is covered in tin foil, a squad of competitive dancers, and an epic party happening at the local Waffle Town. When Christmas morning comes, everything will be different. Let It Snow is adapted from the best-selling book by Lauren Myracle, Maureen Johnson, and John Green. The film stars Isabela Merced, Odeya Rush, Shameik Moore, Liv Hewson, Mitchell Hope, Jacob Batalon, Kiernan Shipka, and Joan Cusack. Available on November 8.
Paradise Beach (2019)
Mehdi gets released from prison and plans to settle old scores. However, he must first reconnect with his gang, who are now living in Thailand – in an idyllic beach resort. Available on November 8.
Wild District: Season 2 (2019)
JJ continues to work as a hitman but attempts to assimilate into civilian life. As for Daniela, her presidential campaign is plagued with both practical and ethical challenges. Available on November 8.
Little Things: Season 3 (2019)
From live-in, the relationship between Kavya and Dhruv goes to long-distance, and their own journeys of self-discovery start to impact their relationship as a couple. Available on November 9.
Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj: Volume 5
With his sharp comedic take on culture and politics, Hasan Minhaj returns for the fifth volume of his variety series. Available on November 10.
A Single Man (2009)
Set in 1960s California, an English professor grieves the loss of his boyfriend. Available on November 11.
Avlu: Part 2 (2019)
Shocking truths surface as Kudret tightens the screws, Deniz reckons with intrigue, and Ecem confronts a threat that is growing. Available on November 11.
The Club (2019)
In Mexico, a group of misfit rich kids find themselves striking out when they sell ecstasy but they soon run into trouble with their families, the law and other narcos. Available on November 15.
Chief of Staff: Season 2 (2019)
With bold intent, newly elected Tae-jun navigates the familiar National Assembly grounds – and he will do whatever it takes to succeed. Available on November 11.
Harvey Girls Forever!: Season 3 (2019)
The girls go all-out to show the newest resident on Harvey Street – child bazillionaire Richie Rich – what it is like to be just a kid. Available on November 12.
Jeff Garlin: Our Man In Chicago (2019)
Jeff Garlin, the multi-hyphenate comedy veteran who is best known for playing Jeff Greene on Curb Your Enthusiasm, has a new Netflix comedy special titled Jeff Garlin: Our Man in Chicago. It was filmed in Chicago, his hometown, and on the anniversary of his comedy debut, which was 37 years ago! The one-hour special is full of the comedian’s signature blend of improv and storytelling. Garlin takes viewers down memory lane, with detours into his audience personal lives, a couple of hours in jail and donuts to last a lifetime. Available on November 12.
Maradona in Mexico (2019)
Arguably the greatest soccer player ever, Diego Maradona goes to Culiacán, the center of the Sinaloa Cartel, in order to save the local team – perhaps himself as well. Available on November 13.
The Stranded (2019)
After surviving a devastating tsunami, 18-year-old Kraam, along with thirty-six other students from an elite private high school, become stranded on a remote island located in the Andaman Sea. When mysterious events begin to happen on the island, it soon becomes clear that nobody is going to rescue them. Kraam must lead the others to rescue themselves. Available on November 14.
Earthquake Bird (2019)
Set in Tokyo in the 1980s, this film tells the story of an enigmatic expat who gets suspected of killing her friend after she goes missing. The two women and a local photographer form a love triangle. Available on November 15.
GO!: The Unforgettable Party (2019)
Mía’s holiday with her dad gets disrupted by the unexpected arrival of Lupe, Juanma, Mercedes, and Álvaro and their school drama quickly moves lakeside. Available on November 15.
House Arrest (2019)
Trapped in his fears, a man locks himself in his house to avoid modern life’s onslaught. Starring Ali Fazal, Jim Sarbh and Shriya Pilgaonkar. Available on November 15.
I’m With The Band: Nasty Cherry (2019)
In today’s music industry, there is actually no clear roadmap to success, but global pop star Charli XCX has decided to handpick four women who would form Nasty Cherry, an alt-pop band. Nasty Cherry is the latest signing to the global pop star’s label and is unconventionally composed of first timers and seasoned musicians. This six-episode series tell their origin story – starting from when they moved in together and the band’s first practice to their debut single release and first performance and everything in between. I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry is an intimate look into how dreams come true and follows the members of the band as they navigate the music world, playing things by ear, and in the process, blow up Instagram feeds. With Charli’s guidance and support, Nasty Cherry can catch fire…or totally implode if they cannot keep their insecurities and egos in check, and in this intimate and unfiltered series, audiences find out what makes – or breaks – a badass band. Available on November 15.
When Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) is recognized as the worst student of the postal academy, he gets stationed on some frozen island located above the Arctic Circle. Since the island’s feuding locals rarely exchange words let alone letters, Jesper thinks of just giving up but he finds an ally – the local teacher Alva (Rashida Jones). He also discovers the mysterious carpenter Klaus (Oscar® winner J.K. Simmons), who lives in a cabin that is full of handmade toys. The unlikely friendships bring back laughter to Smeerensburg, establishing a new legacy of kind and generous neighbors, stockings carefully hung by the chimney and magical lore. Directed by Despicable Me creator Sergio Pablos, Klaus is an animated holiday comedy that co-stars Joan Cusack, Norm Macdonald and Will Sasso. Available on November 15.
Llama Llama: Season 2 (2019)
New adventures, new lessons and new friends who live right down the street! Llama Llama and his pals present another season of learning and sweet fun. Available on November 15.
The Toys That Made Us: Season 3 (2019)
Dive deep into the origins — and the creative battles — behind My Little Pony, Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and wrestling figures. Available on November 15.
Carrie Mulligan plays a mother in the 1900s who gets inspired into political activism – to be specific, for women to have the right to vote. Available on November 16.
The Crown: Season 3 (2019)
In the Swinging Sixties, England confronts fierce nationalism and an economic downturn. The royals get scrutinized as aristocratic freeloaders. Available on November 17.
Iliza: Unveiled (2019)
Iliza Shlesinger is back with her fifth original comedy special on Netflix titled “Unveiled”. Armed with stories to tell and the new wedding ring on her finger, Iliza pulls the veil back on wedding planning, the dangers of an army of zombie bachelorettes, garters, and honeymooning. Available on November 19.
No Hay Tiempo Para La Verguenza (2019)
A series that follows the life and work of Santiago Artemis, the influencer and provocateur fashion designer. Available on November 19.
Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator (2019)
Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator is about the controversial hot yoga founder Bikram Choudhury’s dramatic rise and fall. Available on November 20.
This true story is about a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder and the determination of one father to prove his son’s innocence. Available on November 20.
Lorena, La De Pies Ligeros (2019)
Rarámuri champ Lorena Ramírez wears a traditional dress and sandals to compete in ultramarathons and has become one of the world’s fastest runners today. Available on November 20.
The Knight Before Christmas (2019)
Medieval knight Sir Cole (played by Josh Whitehouse) is transported to present-day Ohio in the holiday season by a magical sorceress and befriends Brooke (played by Vanessa Hudgens), a kind and clever science teacher who has gotten disillusioned by love. Sir Cole navigates the modern world with Brooke’s help and he discovers the way to fulfill his rather mysterious one true quest — returning him home. However, as Sir Cole and Brooke grow closer, he starts to wonder how much he really wants to go back to his old life. The Knight Before Christmas is a holiday romance on learning to allow yourself to believe in magic again. The film is directed by Monika Mitchell (Royal New Year’s Eve, The Christmas Contract) and also stars Emmanuelle Chriqui, Ella Kenion, Isabelle Franca, and Jean-Michel Le Gal. Available on November 21.
Sofiane is desperate to track down his missing brother, so he lures his classmate Victor into having a deal with some mysterious figure, who gives the high schoolers supernatural powers. Available on November 21.
Dino Girl Gauko (2019)
Set in Japan, this Netflix original animated children’s comedy series centers around Naoko Watanabe, a typical tween who has a strange gift and a curse – if her anger exceeds the maximum level, she transforms into the fire-breathing dinosaur girl Gauko! Available on November 22.
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (2019)
The Dolly music that you love and the stories that you have been waiting for… This anthology series showcases the stories, inspirations, and memories behind the legend’s most beloved songs. Every episode will be scored with both classic and new Dolly music. Each story varies in tone, from inspirational tales and love stories to family dramas, revenge comedies, and westerns. Available on November 22.
The Dragon Prince: Season 3 (2019)
Rayla and Callum cross into Xadia, the magical realm, and returns to Katolis, Ezran becomes king and faces pressure from everyone. Available on November 22.
High Seas: Season 2 (2019)
Set in the 1940s, High Seas is an original thriller series that stars Jon Kortajarena, Alejandra Onieva, and Ivana Baquero and follows the path of a luxurious ship travelling to Rio de Janeiro. New passengers are welcomed and they become involved in mysteries, disturbing situations and many secrets which increase the suspense on the ship. New faces inlude Claudia Traisac playing Casandra, Antonio Reyes portraying the character of Erich, Chiqui Delgado as Teresa and Pepe Barroso in the role of Julian. All of them are key pieces throughout this new season. Available on November 22.
Meet The Adebanjos: Seasons 1-3 (2012-2016)
A British sitcom which started as a web series telling the story of a father and how his African values clash with his own modern family. Available on November 22.
Mon Frère (2019)
Coming from a violent home, a teenager is thrust into quite a brutal custody center and learns to navigate a rather tough new reality and form unlikely alliances in order to survive. Available on November 22.
Nailed It! Holiday!: Season 2 (2019)
Jingle bells. Panic in the air. Funky smells. Hilarity comes to your home for the holidays through woefully botched bakes and wonder-fail creations. Available on November 22.
Narcoworld: Dope Stories (2019)
Examine different sides of the brutal drug business in locales all over the world, from the U.K. and France to the U.S. and Brazil. Available on November 22.
Nobody’s Looking (2019)
New to the Angelus System, guardian angel Uli is a rebel spirit. When he goes rogue, he makes some shocking discoveries about life and the way the world is run. Available on November 22.
Singapore Social (2019)
A peek into the lives of the young Singaporeans today as they defy expectations in addition to traversing the tricky terrain of family, romance and career. Available on November 22.
Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 8 (2019)
Explore a new season of amazing adventures with Branch, Biggie, Poppy and the rest of the Troll Village. Available on November 22.
End Of Watch (2011)
The daily life of a pair of police officers in Los Angeles is changed after running into unexpected criminals. Available on November 23.
Shot Caller (2017)
As soon as he gets released from prison, a former prisoner gets forced into a life of crime again. Available on November 24.
Dirty John: Season 1 (2018)
Based on the really popular podcast, Connie Britton co-stars with Eric Bana in this story about the dark underbelly of the perfect life a woman is living. Available on November 25.
Mike Birbiglia: The New One (2019)
Mike Birbiglia, the comedian and storyteller, brings Mike Birbiglia: The New One, his award-winning Broadway show, to a global audience. His newest and highly anticipated comedy special was filmed in Manhattan’s Cort Theater and Birbiglia brilliantly blends confessional and observational comedy as he deals with the existential question – Does he want to bring a kid into the world? Available on November 26.
Super Monsters Save Christmas (2019)
It is Christmas Eve and the Super Monsters in Pitchfork Pines are teaming up to deck the halls, track down the missing reindeer of Santa and save the holiday! Available on November 26.
True: Winter Wishes (2019)
Everything in the Rainbow Kingdom is frozen because of a frosty realm ice crystal – even the kingdom’s citizens are frozen! Will True be able to save Winter Wishfest and also her friends? Available on November 26.
From the creators of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and the critically-acclaimed series Rotten, this new investigative documentary series on Netflix exposes the unknown fraud, negligence and corruption behind some of the most popular merchandise in the world. Launching just a few days before Black Friday, which is the year’s biggest shopping event, Broken takes on four huge consumer arenas including plastics, e-cigarettes, furniture and cosmetics. Available on November 27.
The Irishman (2019)
Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci star in this Martin Scorsese epic saga of post-war American organized crime told through the eyes of Second World War veteran Frank Sheeran, a hitman and hustler who worked alongside the 20th century’s most notorious figures. Spanning decades, the movie chronicles one of America’s greatest unsolved mysteries, the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, the legendary union boss. The film takes viewers on a monumental journey through organized crime’s hidden corridors: its rivalries, inner workings and links to mainstream politics. Available on November 27.
Holiday Rush (2019)
Rush Williams (played by Romany Malco) is a popular radio DJ in New York and he has been spoiling his kids since they lost their mother. Unfortunately, the children share their expensive Christmas lists when Rush loses his job. To keep him on the air, his Aunt Jo (played by Darlene Love) and his producer Roxy Richardson (played by Sonequa Martin-Green) plan to help Rush buy a radio station — if the Williams can downsize fast and accept a simpler life. This heartwarming film shows a loving father reconnect with his kids and open his heart to love as the whole family learns that true joy does not come from what you have but from the people you have around you. Available on November 28.
John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin For That (2019)
Get ready for the year’s divine comedy special as John Crist brings I Ain’t Prayin’ For That to viewers out there. A pastor’s kid and one of eight homeschooled children, John Crist evaluates the millennial culture’s weakness, how being a “good” Christian can be achieved, dating in modern times and more. John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin’ For That was filmed in Birmingham’s Lyric Theatre while he was on his Human Being Tour. Available on November 28.
Merry Happy Whatever (2019)
When his daughter brings home her new boyfriend for Christmas, a strong-willed dad has to navigate the holiday season and the stress it brings. Starring Dennis Quaid. Available on November 28.
When Elvira starts to suspect that her husband is cheating on her, she pretends to be extremely ill – a small white lie which brings huge consequences. Available on November 28.
In one of the suburbs of Dakar, Ada, a 17-year-old falls for Souleiman, the young construction worker who comes back to the neighborhood after he disappeared at sea. Available on November 29.
Chip And Potato: Season 2 (2019)
Join cheerful pug Chip and her secret mouse-friend, Potato, for more fun adventures this season. Available on November 29.
I Lost My Body (2019)
Escaping from its unhappy fate in a laboratory in Paris, a severed hand goes on a journey to reconnect with its body. In a hair-raising escapade in the French city, the extremity defends itself from rats and pigeons alike in order to reunite with the pizza boy Naoufel. The hand’s memories of Naoufel and the boy’s love for librarian Gabrielle could provide answers about how the hand got separated. A poetic backdrop could also make a reunion between the three possible. This Cannes Critics’ Week selection is based on Academy Award nominee Guillaume Laurant’s (Amelie) novel “Happy Hand”. Available on November 29.
La Reina Del Sur: Season 2 (2011)
A woman goes back to Mexico eight years later to face off against drug dealers. Available on November 29.
The Movies That Made Us (2019)
Get a look behind the reel of the blockbusters which defined a generation. Directors, actors, and industry insiders show the way on these essential deep dives. Available on November 29.
Sugar Rush Christmas (2019)
It is all that you love about Sugar Rush plus a holly jolly holiday twist. This is Christmas-themed competitive baking. Available on November 29.