Halloween October is long gone and in comes November. Along with the change in months also brings about the monthly introduction of new content on our favourite online streaming platforms. If you have Netflix, you have many reasons to be excited with a glut of new films and TV series being added to its already impressive repository.
We already told you about the best new movies you can expect to find on Netflix this month and, now, we took a note of all the new shows and series that are making an entry in the upcoming days.
With the festive season nearing, Netflix too decided to join in the fun by including several blast-from-the-past TV shows that we oh-so loved watching. Also coming in are new seasons of popular series and reality shows.
Here are the best fifteen series you should watch on Netflix this November.
The best new series added to Netflix:
15. Sugar Rush Christmas: Season 2
It’s the favourite parts of Sugar Rush—with a holly-jolly holiday twist—in this Christmas-themed spin on competitive baking.
The second season of the popular American baking reality streaming television series is coming to Netflix this month. The series features four professional teams of two competing in a baking competition for a prize of $10,000 where they compete in baking cakes, cupcakes, and confections.
14. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath: Season 1-3
The first three seasons of the documentary series that investigates the Church of Scientology through the experiences of American actress Leah Remini and other former members also will make its appearance this November.
Leah Rimini was a follower of Scientology between 1979 when she joined at the age of nine alongside her parents, and, in 2013, when she left under acrimonious circumstances. She subsequently became an outspoken critic of Scientology and published a bestselling memoir, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, in 2015.
13. Virgin River: Season 2
The second season of Virgin River will be on Netflix from the next month. “Seeking a fresh start, a nurse practitioner moves from Los Angeles to a remote Northern California town and is surprised by what—and who —she finds.”
Virgin River follows Melinda ‘Mel’ Monroe, who answers an ad to work as a midwife and nurse practitioner in the remote California town of Virgin River, thinking it will be the perfect place to start fresh and leave her painful memories behind. However, she soon discovers that small-town living isn’t quite as simple as she expected. She must learn to heal herself before she can truly make Virgin River her home.
12. Bitter Daisies: Season 2
In this engrossing mystery-thriller, a Civil Guard officer uncovers secrets linked to a loss of her own while investigating the disappearance of a teen girl in a tight-knit Galician town.
Rosa Vargas is a rookie police officer of the Spanish Civil Guard who arrives at the small interior Galicia town of Murias to face her first case, in which she must investigate the disappearance of a young girl named Marta Labrada, lost under strange circumstances. Although everything points to Marta leaving the town on her own, Rosa goes further and discovers a dark secret that surrounds the small town of Murias and the investigation discovers a series of crimes that had remained hidden in the village “where nothing ever happens”.
11. The Boss Baby: Back in Business: Season 4
A follow-up of the 2017 film The Boss Baby, loosely based on the book of the same name by Marla Frazee, the series premiered on Netflix on April 6, 2018. JP Karliak voices the title character, replacing Alec Baldwin; only Eric Bell Jr. reprised his role from the film, returning as The Triplets, while Pierce Gagnon replaces Miles Bakshi as Tim Templeton. The fourth season is set to premiere on November 17, 2020.
Taking place between the first and second film; In the first season, Boss Baby and his older brother Tim navigate around the world of Baby Corp while dealing with a new cute threat that involves battling cats. In the second season, Boss Baby battles against old people. In season three, Boss Baby is fired and tries to get his job back.
10. 60 Days In: Season 5
60 Days In is a television docuseries in which the volunteers are incarcerated as undercover prisoners for 60 days.
Attempting to eliminate rival gangs, drugs and corruption at their facilities, chief jailers are enlisting members of the public to help. Building on the tremendous success of previous undercover operations in Clark County, Indiana, and Atlanta, 60 Days In continues in Pinal County, Arizona, as law-abiding citizens live among the facility’s general population for 60 days to help expose the root of the jail’s many problems.
Filmed around the clock, the hour-long docuseries provides a warts-and-all view of life behind bars, as the volunteers adapt to unfamiliar and terrifying surroundings.
9. The Garfield Show: Season 3
Everyone’s favourite wise-cracking, lasagne-loving feline Garfield is back with best friend Odie.
Based on the American comic strip Garfield is an animated series focusing on a new series of adventures for the characters of Garfield, Odie, and their owner Jon Arbuckle, alongside staple characters from the strip and several unique additions for the program.
8. Undercover: Season 2
Undercover agents infiltrate a kingpin’s drug operation by posing as a couple at the campground where he spends his weekends; inspired by real events.
Undercover is a 2019 Belgian-Dutch Dutch-language crime drama web television series starring Tom Waes, Anna Drijver and Frank Lammers. The plot revolves around a story inspired by real-life events, where undercover agents infiltrate a drug kingpin’s operation in Limburg, the Belgian province bordering the Netherlands. The infiltration is executed by two agents, Bob Lemmens (Tom Waes) and Kim de Rooij (Anna Drijver), who are posing as a couple at the campground where the drug kingpin spends his weekends.
7. America’s Next Top Model: Seasons 19 & 20
The popular American television series America’s Next Top Model is the hugely popular interactive competition in which a number of aspiring models compete for the title of “America’s Next Top Model” and a chance to begin their career in the modelling industry.
The nineteenth and the twentieth seasons will make its entry on Netflix this November.
6. Forged in Fire: Season 6
In each episode, four bladesmiths compete in a three-round elimination contest to forge bladed weapons, with the overall winner receiving $10,000 and the day’s championship title.
The series is hosted by Wil Willis, with a three-judge panel consisting of J. Neilson (Jason Knight during portions of season 3 and 4; Ben Abbott during portions of season 4th, 5th, 6th and remaining in the 7th season), David Baker, and Doug Marcaida, experts in weapon history and use.
5. Great Pretender: Season 2
The second season of the original Japanese crime comedy anime television series produced by Wit Studio, directed by Hiro Kaburagi and written by Ryōta Kosawa is going to be released this month on Netflix.
Makoto Edamura, supposedly Japan’s greatest swindler, gets more than he bargained for when he tries to con real world-class crook Laurent Thierry.
4. Survivor: Seasons 20 & 28
Two of the most popular seasons in Survivor history, Survivor season 20 and Survivor season 28, are set to arrive at Netflix later this year.
Survivor is a reality competition television franchise produced in many countries around the world. The show features a group of contestants deliberately marooned in an isolated location, where they must provide food, water, fire, and shelter for themselves. The contestants compete in challenges for rewards and immunity from elimination.
The contestants are progressively eliminated from the game as they are voted out by their fellow-contestants until only one remains to be awarded the grand prize and named the “Sole Survivor.”
3. American Horror Story: 1984
American Horror Story: 1984 is the ninth season of the horror anthology television series American Horror Story, created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The season has been described as being heavily influenced by classic horror slasher films such as Friday the 13th and Halloween.
Returning cast members from previous seasons include Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Cody Fern, John Carroll Lynch, Leslie Jordan, Tanya Clarke, Lily Rabe, Dylan McDermott, and Finn Wittrock, along with new cast members Matthew Morrison, Gus Kenworthy, Angelica Ross, and Zach Villa.
1984 marks the first season to not feature series mainstays Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson.
2. The Crown: Season 4
The fourth season of The Crown, which follows the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II, is set to be released on Netflix on November 15, 2020.
The fourth season covers the time period between 1977 and 1990, introduces Lady Diana Spencer and is set during Margaret Thatcher’s premiership, and will introduce Prince William and Prince Harry. Events depicted include the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, their 1983 tour of Australia and New Zealand, the Falklands War, Michael Fagan’s break-in at Buckingham Palace, Lord Mountbatten’s funeral, the Princess of Wales’s appearance at the Barnardo’s Champion Children Awards and her 1989 flight on Concorde.
1. Dawson’s Creek: Seasons 1-6
The cult American teen drama television series about the lives of a close-knit group of friends beginning in high school and continuing into college that ran from 1998 to 2003 returns to Netflix with all its six seasons.
Dawson’s Creek starred James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery, Katie Holmes as his best friend and love interest Joey Potter, Joshua Jackson as their fellow best friend Pacey Witter, and Michelle Williams as Jen Lindley, a New York City transplant to the fictional town of Capeside, Massachusetts, where the series was set.
The series follows the two childhood best friends, Dawson and Joey, as they go through different stages of adolescence together. Their friendship is later tested when they both start a relationship with different people.