Highly-anticipated movies and series are coming to Netflix this month
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With Halloween now over and winter quickly approaching, there’s no better time to get cozy inside and watch a film or series.
As well as adding some bonafide classics to the streaming giant's catalogue, there are some new hotly anticipated shows set to grace our screens.
Here is the list of new shows and flicks viewers can expect to make an appearance on Netflix in November.
Til Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom
A new addition to the true-crime sub-genre looking at the murder of Nancy and Derek Haysom and questioning whether their daughter, Elizabeth Haysom, was the killer or her boyfriend, Jens Soering.
Selling Sunset Season 7
Set in the world of LA’s high-end real estate, Selling Sunset follows the city’s most successful female realtors who all work at The Oppenheim Group.
The British pop icon Robbie Williams looks back over his record-breaking solo career and reflects on his highs and lows in and out of the spotlight.
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off
The original cast of Scott Pilgrim Vs The World return for their animated telling of the story of how Scott meets his dream girl Ramona Flowers and battles through her seven evil exes.
Love Island USA Season 3
The third season of the American take on the popular British show is set to hit screens with a promise of heartbreak, sunshine and love.
Virgin River Season 5 Part 2
The show’s synopsis reads: “Mel adjusts to a different pace of life, Jack works to grow his business, and the town faces new threats as secrets begin to surface in Virgin River.”
Michael Fassbender terrifies in this David Fincher-directed crime thriller. The film sees Fassbender’s titular character ‘cold and methodical’ as he waits in the shadows for his next victim. But after missing an intending target his life takes a dramatic turn.
Squid Game: The Challenge
It seems people couldn’t get enough of the gruesome South Korean series Squid Game, so fans can now watch as it played out in real life.
Thankfully lives aren’t actually at risk but it's set to feature games from the show with contestants pitted against one another.
Taking a deep dive into the life of Sylvester Stallone, viewers can follow Stallone as he reflects on his meteoric rise to fame and the interesting career he has led.
The Crown, Season 6, Part 1
The drama following the royal family continues in the Crown's latest season. This season is set to follow Queen Elizabeth II as she reflects on her legacy as well as the dazzling Princess Diana in the final weeks of her life.
Other films and shows coming to Netflix:
13 Going On 30
The adorable 2004 rom-com stars a young Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner as a wish on a 13th birthday see’s Garner’s character go from age 13 to - you guessed it - 30.
The Michael Bay directed 2016 action drama sees John Krasinski lead a security team in Libya as they attempt to survive an attack on a U.S. compound.
The Addams Family
With many of us enjoying Miles Millar and Alfred Gough’s hit Wednesday, there's no better time than to see the 1991 Addams Family film as they welcome in their long-lost Uncle Fester back into terrifying fold.
The Big Lebowski
This might just be my opinion, but now might be the best opportunity to get to know Jeff Bridges' character The Dude in the film that sees him attempt to get restitution for a ruined rug.
Paul Blart Mall Cop 1 and 2
With the sudden increase in Kevin James memes, there's no better time to watch his 2009 comedy starring him as a shopping mall security guard. And its sequel.
Anna Kendrick leads the a cappella singing group, the Barden Bellas, back on top by injecting a much-needed fresh attitude in this musical comedy.
Scott Pilgrim vs The World
With Scott Pilgrim Takes Off set to hit Netflix in November, there's no reason not to check out the hilarious 2010 comedy based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley comic that see’s Michael Cera’s Scott take on Ramona Flowers’ evil exes.
The Social Network
Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake star in the dramatized version of events that saw Facebook become the staple of the modern world it currently is.
A sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s comedy hit Ted, Ted 2 sees the anthropomorphic bear need Mark Wahlberg’s John to prove in court he is a person and qualified to parent.
J.K. Simmons captivates audiences with a terrifying portrayal of a manipulative music instructor who demands perfection from his students. Miles Teller’s portrayal of Andrew Neimann shows the limits a promising drummer can be pushed to in a quest to become one of the greats.
Insidious: The Red Door
The latest film in the Insidious franchise, Insidious: The Red Door forces The Lamberts to go deeper into The Further in a quest to put the demons haunting them to rest once and for all.
Mark Wahlberg stars as the lead portraying the efforts of real life Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell as he is forced to survive after a mission to kill a notorious Taliban Leader goes wrong.