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The GetUp Crew

Nothing like a new month. It’s a feeling of possibilities and adventures. It’s also a time to be thankful for the new November Netflix releases. Some you’ve probably been waiting for, and others that may become your new favorites.

But first, October

Before we get to the November releases, there were definitely some standout new releases in October.

I haven’t seen it yet, but Beckham is getting a lot of love. It’s a four-part documentary series that tells the story of football superstar David Beckham. The documentary follows the ups and downs of his life, including his humble beginnings to global sensation. Beckham also includes lots of never-before-seen footage.

Big Mouth is back! Season 7 dropped on October 20th proving by its popularity that cartoons are not just for kids. The eighth and final season will be out in 2024. Looks like it will go out on top as the series has a 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Pain Hustlers is an original film starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, and Andy Garcia. The film follows a single mother who gets caught up with a shady pharmaceutical rep and ends up a part of a major racketeering scheme.

If you’re a big Kdrama (Korean show) fan like I am, October was a big month for us.  There were the big releases of: Castaway Diva starring Eun Park Bin from Extraordinary Attorney Woo, Doona!, and Strong Girl Nam-Soon. And if you’re not into Kdramas, you can check out this starter guide here. I promise you, once you start, you won’t be able to stop. I’m also going to need up update that list. I’ve watched so many since then.

The “scariest film of the year” hit Netflix on October 26th. That’s what critics at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival said about Talk to Me. It’s directed by YouTubers and twins Danny and Michael Philippou. It’s about a 17-year-old named Mia who finds herself at the center of multiple supernatural events. She then accidently unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.

And those are just a few of the October offerings on Netflix.

November Netflix Releases

Looks like Netflix is coming with some great new movies and shows. Here are some of the most anticipated.

 

  • Squid Game: The Challenge (Season 1)

    The hit Korean series is turned into a controversial game show in this new British production that sees contestants competing for one of the largest prize pools in game show history. On the show, 456 contestants will compete for the $4.56 millon dollar prize! Squid Game: The Challenge premieres on November 22nd.

  • Locked In

    Locked In is a British original movie that’s a psychological horror thriller starring Famke Janssen. It’s described as “Murderous criminals pursue a single mother and her teenage daughter through a maze of corridors at a storage facility.” Check out Locked In on November 1st.

  • All The Light We Cannot See

    All the Light We Cannot See is coming to Netflix on November 2nd. It’s based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by the same name. The WW2 drama depicts a blind French girl taking refuge during the war, and her unlikely connection with a German soldier.

  • How to Become a Mob Boss (Season 1)

    Watch How to Become a Mob Boss | Netflix Official Site

    This darkly satirical how-to guide explores the rise and fall of history's most notorious mob bosses and their tactics for success. Watch trailers & learn more.

    Peter Dinklage narrates this dark satirical documentary on the rise and falls of numerous mob bosses. How to Become a Mob Boss hits Netflix on November 14th.

  • Best. Christmas. Ever! (2023)

    Christmas movies are coming! Christmas movies are coming! Heather Graham, Brandy, Jason Biggs, and Matt Cedeño star in Best. Christmas. Ever!  The comedy movie is about two longtime frenemies whose friendship is put to the ultimate test when they’re reunited during Christmas. Check out Best. Chirstmas. Ever! on November 16th.

  • CoComelon Lane (Season 1)

    CoComelon Lane is a new spin-off cartoon based on the YouTube series that’s become a sensation on Netflix. Check it out on November 17th.

  • American Symphony

    American Symphony is a documentary on musician Jon Batiste, who is tackling a new challenge of composing an original symphony. There’s some Oscar buzz around this one. Above, he talked about how it was supposed to be one thing, but as filming got underway, it turned into something else. Coming November 29th.

  • Obliterated

    Obliterated is an action comedy series.  It centers around an elite special forces team, who after deactivating a bomb, believe they stopped a deadly threat from wiping out Las Vegas. They celebrate what they thought was a completed mission by partying and getting drunk only to discover later that the nuclear device they deactivated was a fake. Now, they’re faced with the task of finding the real bomb and saving the world. But it’s not going to be an easy mission when they’re all intoxicated. Obliterated debuts on November 30th.

  • NYAD

    NYAD is a tale about friendship and tenacity which is also a true story. The film revolves around world-class swimmer Diana Nyad (Annette Bening), who, at the age of 60, becomes obsessed with a competition she’s never been able to complete. The swim, which people often call the “Mount Everest” of swims, is a 110 mile trek from Cuba to Florida, and Diana wants to be the first person to complete it without a shark cage, accompanied by her best friend/coach Bonnie (Jodie Foster).  NYAD will hit Netflix on November 3rd.

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