10 Netflix Originals Released In November

10 Netflix Originals Released In November

November can be a strange month. The fun of Halloween is over and Christmas is still just that bit too far away to start celebrating. So if you're at a loose end and fancy cosying up in front of the tv then here are 10 brand new Netflix Originals coming your way in November. Enjoy!

1. They'll Love Me When I'm Dead

This documentary film revolves around tumultuous creation of Orson Welles's final but unfinished film ‘The Other Side of the Wind'. Actors and crew members discuss Welles and how he pinned his Hollywood comeback hopes on the film. Critically acclaimed. November 2nd.

2. Brainchild

Made for kids, Brainchild is great for all the family. Entertaining and informative in equal measure, it was created by Pharrell Williams and covers everyday topics such as Dreams, Emotions, Space, Germs and Social Media. With interactive experiments, it is completely engaging. From November 2nd.

3. Outlaw King

After being crowned King of Scotland, legendary warrior Robert the Bruce is forced into exile by the English and leads a band of outlaws to help him reclaim the throne. Leading to a fierce uprising, Bruce must win back back Scottish independence from the English. Starring Chris Pine. Available on November 9th.

4. Medal Of Honor

In the United States, there have been 3522 Medals of Honor awarded to the nation's soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen since the decoration's creation. This show focuses on eight of those recipients. This is an incredible docu/live-action anthology series with hard hitting emotional stories of sacrifice and bravery. From November 9th.

5. The Kominsky Method

Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin play acting coach Sandy Kominsky and his best friend Norman Newlander as they navigate the ups and downs of growing older in Los Angeles, a city that values youth and beauty. Created by Chuck Lorre (The Big Bang Theory), this comedy/drama series starts on November 16th.

6. The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs

From Joel and Ethan Coen, The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs is the first Netflix Original movie to get a cinema release. Primarily so it can qualify for Oscar nomination. It is an anthology of six short films that take place in 19th-century post-Civil War era during the settling of the Old West. Out on November 16th.

7. Trevor Noah: Son Of Patricia

Trevor Noah is the host of The Daily Show but he is also a very funny stand-up comedian. Swerving all of the current hot button issues, this stand up special focuses more on his life growing up in South Africa and the lessons he learned from his mother. Available from November 20th.

8. The Christmas Chronicles

A Christmas film with a twist. Siblings Kate and Teddy Pierce hatch a scheme to capture Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. But when they crash his sleigh the kids join forces with a somewhat jolly Saint Nick and his loyal elves to save the holiday before it's too late. Starring Kurt Russell as Santa! Released on November 22nd.

9. Baby

Inspired by a true story, the Baby Squillo teen prostitution scandal, this series follows a group of Roman teenagers as they defy society in their search for identity and independence. This is a highly controversial series and the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) has called for it to be pulled ahead of its November 30 premiere. In Italian with English subtitles, out on November 30th.

10. 1983

Decades after a 1983 terrorist attack, in totalitarian Poland, a law student and a cop uncover a conspiracy that's kept Poland as a police state and the Iron Curtain standing. Set in an alternative Poland where the cold war is still in effect, this is the first of the Netflix Originals from the country. With English subtitles and released on November 30th.

More Movies and Shows…

We hope you enjoyed our list Netflix Originals coming your way in November 2018. If you'd like to view more great films and series from the likes of Netflix and Amazon prime – click here.

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