Another month, means another batch of new TV releases across the streaming services, and November looks set to be another month to remember.
November will see the return of some fan favourites, including the cast of Selling Sunset, Narcos: Mexico and the animated series Big Mouth.
However, the winter month will also feature some exciting premieres, ranging from Peter Jackson’s hotly anticipated Beatles documentary, and the return of the one and only Tiger King.
Here’s a rundown of the best TV shows and films being released this November across the streamers.
Succession - November
Despite being released at the end of October, HBO’s Succession will continue to premiere season three through November. The show has had five star reviews from the critics, with the third series delivering more swear-filled, big money drama.
All seasons of Succession are available to watch on NOW and Sky Atlantic.
The Harder They Fall - 3 November
Netflix loves a Western drama, and their latest offering stars Regina King and Idris Elba team up to face a rival gang. It has all the bells and whistles to make for thriller.
The Harder They Fall will be available to watch on Netflix.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain - 5 November
Benedict Cumberbatch leads an all-star cast of UK acting talent, with Claire Foy, Toby Jones and Olivia Coleman in supporting roles. In this true story movie, Cumberbatch plays Louis Wain, an artists known for painting anthropomorphised cats.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain will be available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
Big Mouth S5 - 5 November
Netflix’s animated series about puberty returns for season five. The show has grown legions of followers thanks to its dark humour and surprisingly candid take on growing up in middle school. Season five will be looking into the big ‘L’ word - aka Love.
Season five of Big Mouth will be available to watch on Netflix.
Narcos: Mexico S3- 5 November
The third and reportedly final season of Narcos: Mexico will be released this November. The show will continue to follow the historical rise of the Guadalajara cartel from 1980’s Mexico.
Narcos: Mexico will be available to watch on Netflix
The Shrink Next Door - 12 November
Staring Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd and Kathryn Hahn, Apple TV’s new TV series follows a seemingly normal dynamic between psychiatrist and a longtime patient.
The Shrink Next Door will be available to watch on Apple TV+
Tiger King 2 - 17 November
Netflix blockbuster Tiger King returns for season two in November. The series will follow on from the chaotic first season, looking at how Jeff Lowe struggled to keep G.W. Zoo running.
Tiger King 2 will be available to watch on Netflix.
The Wheel of Time - 19 November
If you’re in need of another epic fantasy series, The Wheel of Time will be a perfect fit. Staring Rosamund Pike, the series follows a powerful organisation of women who can use magic. She takes a group of five young people on a journey around the globe.
The Wheel of Time will be available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.
Tick, Tick... Boom! - 19 November
Lin Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut sees him transfer Jonathan Larson’s semi-autobiographical musical to the big screen. Staring Andrew Garfield as Larson, the film covers the character’s quarter-life crisis as he attempts to write an era defining musical.
Tick, Tick... Boom! will be available to watch on Netflix.
Hawkeye - 24 November
Marvel’s latest Disney+ mini-series will see Jeremy Renner reprise his role as Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye. `The series takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame. The show follows Barton train a young archer named Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld.
Hawkeye will be available to watch on Disney+.
Selling Sunset S4 - 24 November
Fast becoming one of Netflix’s most successful reality TV shows, Selling Sunset returns for its fourth season. Expect more drama, relationships and luxury houses.
Selling Sunset will be available to watch on Netflix.
The Beatles: Get Back - 25 November
Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated Beatles documentary has gone from a single film to a three-part series. The new documentary is made up entirely of behind the scenes footage of the four Beatles writing and recording their twelfth and final album, Let It Be.
The Beatles: Get Back will be available to watch on Disney+.
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