Best new movies, shows to watch on Netflix this November
If you happened to catch the Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Singh Rajput-starrer Drive on Netflix and feel like you need a refund on your subscription, you're not alone. A streaming-only release may have been the best thing for this tragedy of a heist thriller. But just in case you want to give Netflix a chance at redemption, here are five optimistic November 2019 arrivals.
'Atypical' third season already streaming on Netflix
Atypical is a coming-of-age dramedy centered on the life of Sam Gardner- played by Keir Gilchrist- who is on the autism spectrum. In the first two seasons, we saw Sam trying to navigate independence as someone with autism through high school, family, and relationships. The third season, already streaming on Netflix, focuses on his journey of self-discovery at college.
'The End of the F***ing World' returns this weekend
This dark comedy's first season became an instant hit when Netflix picked it up in January last year. The series follows James (Alex Lawther), a 17-year-old who believes he's a psychopath as he agrees to run away with his classmate Alyssa (Jessica Barden), hoping that he could kill her. Needless to say, things don't go quite as planned. The new season arrives on November 5.
Catch 'Little Things' season 3 on November 9
This story of a young unmarried couple in Mumbai struck a chord with many. Starring Mithila Palkar and Dhruv Sehgal, the series revolves around Kavya and Dhruv who will now face the ultimate test: a long-distance relationship. And from the looks of the trailer, it doesn't seem like it's going to be pleasant. The third season drops on Netflix on November 9.
Make room for the new Queen: Olivia Colman
The Crown focuses on the journey of the world's most influential monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, and the British Royal family. Unlike the first two seasons, Olivia Colman will be seen playing the role of the Queen as The Crown leaps forward in time. Arriving on Netflix on November 17, the third season will detail the events between 1964 and 1978.
Catch Scorsese's true crime drama 'The Irishman' on November 27
Martin Scorsese's next, The Irishman, does more than put Robert De Niro and Al Pacino together in a frame. It's one of Scorsese's most expensive films ever. What else? The Irishman is a true crime story of a truck driver-turned-hitman, Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran (De Niro), who gets involved with the infamous Bufalino crime family. The film arrives on Netflix on November 27.