The binging never stops!

It’s a new month, which means there are now new shows for us to binge. Now that November is here, Netflix has released and will be releasing new content all month long. So, if you are looking for more series and films to watch, then you have come to the right place!

Here is what is coming to Netflix in November:

The King (Film)

Release date: 1 November 

This historical drama movie is based on several plays from William Shakespeare’s “Henriad.” The King first premiered at The Venice Film Festival, and features a star-studded cast, which includes: Timothée Chalamet, Robert Pattinson and Lily-Rose Depp.

The Crown (Season 3)

Release date: 17 November 

Netflix’s hit-series revolving around the life of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne is returning. However, in this season, we will be introduced to a new cast, as we delve into a new stage of the royal’s life. Olivia Colman will be making her debut as the Queen, while Helena Bonham Carter plays the role of Princess Margaret. The third season will cover the decade after the 1963 scandal, and will introduce us to grown-up versions of the Queen’s eldest children, including Charles.

Atypical (Season 3)

Release date: 1 November 

The heartfelt comedy has returned to Netflix for its third season. In the series, Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a teen with autism, is striking out on his own. His sister, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine), is trying to figure out her sexuality. Then there are their parents (Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport), who need to decide what marriage means to them after a cheating scandal.

We are the wave

Release date: 1 November 

This German coming-of-age series is loosely based on the 1981 novel The Wave by Morton Rhue. The show follows a group of teens who pursue the dream of a better future, led by their new mysterious classmate Tristan Broch. Angry at the social ills that the teenagers no longer want to accept, they decide to do something about it. What begins as an idealistic and playful revolt against the establishment, however, soon gets a threatening momentum. In the end, the question arises: Does the purpose really justify the means?


Release date: 1 November 
The series is Netflix’s fifth original Spanish series, following in the footsteps of hits like Cable Girls and Elite. The series follows a woman named Helena who is embroiled in the heroin trafficking business in 1960s Barcelona. The events in Hache unfolds across eight hour-long episodes – perfect for a day of binging.

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