Netflix has unveiled the complete list of new and returning titles coming to its library this November.
The list includes a number of fan-favorite returning series, including the adult animated sitcom Big Mouth, which is dropping its season 5 on November 5th. Adult animated comedy-drama F Is for Family is also coming back to the streamer for season 5 on November 25th, while part 2 of the animated fantasy series Masters of the Universe: Revelation is set to arrive on the service on November 23rd.
On the live-action front, season 3 of the crime drama Narcos: Mexico will be available to stream starting November 5th, while season 2 of the dramedy Gentefied will premiere on the platform on November 10th.
The much-awaited season 2 of the hit documentary series Tiger King will also drop on Netflix next month. Debuting on November 17th, the sophomore run of the docuseries will dig further into the mysteries and personas in the big cat world that captivated audiences around the world when the show premiered last year during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to the abovementioned returning series, Netflix is also launching a number of new original series in November. One of those is Arcane, a three-part animated event series set in the universe of the popular video game League of Legends. Premiering on November 6th with its second and third parts releasing on November 13th and 20th, Arcane centers on two sisters who fight on rival sides of a war between magic technologies and clashing convictions.
Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop is also set to premiere next month. Debuting on November 19th, the series follows a ragtag crew of bounty hunters who chases down the galaxy’s most dangerous criminals.
Subscribers can also start binge-watching the limited series True Story starting November 21st. Starring Kevin Hart, Wesley Snipes, and Tawny Newsome, the crime thriller follows a world-famous comedian who desperately searches for a way out after a night in Philadelphia with his brother threatens not only his success but everything he has built.
As is the case every month, Netflix is also releasing several original movies in November. The Western film The Harder the Fall will premiere on November 3rd. Directed by Jeymes Samuel, the movie stars Jonathan Majors as Nat Love, an outlaw who reassembles his former gang to seek revenge on the man who murdered his parents.
Also arriving on Netflix next month is the drama film Passing, which is based on the 1929 novel of the same name by Nella Larsen. Available to stream starting November 10th, the movie follows two black women (Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga) who can pass as white and choose to live on opposite sides of the color line in 1929 New York.
Red Notice, the hotly anticipated action-comedy film starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot, will debut on Netflix on November 12th. The Rawson Marshall Thurber-directed movie centers on an FBI profiler who reluctantly teams up with an art thief to catch an elusive crook who’s always one step ahead of everyone.
The movie adaptation of the semi-autobiographical musical tick, tick…BOOM! will also make its streaming debut on Netflix on November 19th. Directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the film stars Andrew Garfield as Jonathan Larson, an aspiring theatre composer who endures a quarter-life crisis as he approaches 30 and does not feel close to his dream.
Also included in Netflix’s November slate are seven original holiday-themed movies, which are as follows:
The Claus Family (November 1st): When his grandfather suddenly falls ill, holiday-hating Jules learns of his family’s magical legacy and realizes he’s the only hope to save Christmas.
Love Hard (November 5th): Hopeless romantic but eternally single LA journalist Natalie (Nina Dobrev) thinks things are beginning to look up when she swipes right on a dreamy guy from the East Coast, Tag (Darren Barnet). Taking a leap of faith she jumps on a flight to surprise her crush for the holidays, only to discover that she’s been catfished by Tag’s childhood friend who is equally unlucky in love, Josh (Jimmy O. Yang). This lighthearted romantic comedy chronicles her attempt to reel in love.
Father Christmas is Back (November 7th): Four feuding sisters get a crash course in family togetherness when their long-lost father shows up for Christmas at their posh ancestral manor.
The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star (November 18th): When a priceless relic is stolen, Queen Margaret (Vanessa Hudgens) and Princess Stacy (Vanessa Hudgens) enlist the help of Margaret’s audacious look-alike cousin Fiona (Vanessa Hudgens) who teams with a dashing, mysterious man from her past to retrieve it… rekindling the sparks of a tantalizing Christmas romance and resulting in a very unexpected switch.
A Boy Called Christmas (November 24th): An ordinary young boy called Nikolas sets out on an extraordinary adventure into the snowy north in search of his father who is on a quest to discover the fabled village of the elves, Elfhelm. Taking with him a headstrong reindeer called Blitzen and a loyal pet mouse, Nikolas soon meets his destiny in this magical, comic and endearing story that proves nothing is impossible. Adapted from the bestselling book by Matt Haig.
Robin Robin (November 24th): When her egg fortuitously rolls into a rubbish dump, Robin is raised by a loving family of burglar mice. As she grows up, her differences become more apparent. Robin sets off on the heist to end all heists to prove to her family that she can be a really good mouse – but ends up discovering who she really is.
A Castle for Christmas (November 26th): Famed author, Sophie Brown (Brooke Shields), travels to Scotland hoping to buy a small castle of her own, but the prickly owner, Duke Myles (Cary Elwes), is reluctant to sell to a foreigner. Working to find a compromise, the pair constantly butt heads, but they just may find something more than they were expecting.