Netflix’s list of new content available this November is chock-full of delectable titles that will keep you feeling thankful all month. While it’s always difficult to say goodbye to titles leaving Netflix, you won’t be sad for long once you see the impressive lineup of Netflix Original series coming to the platform to take their place. Netflix’s diverse and delightful November 2022 premieres are sure to have something for everyone, from brand new titles to long-awaited continuations of fan favourites.
The streamer is gearing up to help you ring in the new month with highly anticipated new episodes of hit shows from a variety of genres (so there’s truly something for everyone), including The Crown, Blood & Water, and Down to Earth with Zac Efron.
- The Crown: Season 5
Released: 9th November
The critically acclaimed and multi-Emmy Award-winning Netflix original historical drama series returns this month. Last season marked the end of Olivia Coleman’s reign as Queen Elizabeth II, but Season 5 will see an extremely capable replacement in award-winning British actress Imelda Staunton, who will portray the late Queen and her major life events during the early-to-mid 1990s. This season will also focus on Princess Diana (Debicki) and Prince Charles’ (West) brewing media war in the midst of their public separation and a nationwide debate over the monarchy’s role and efficacy. Get in on all of the royally remarkable action by streaming The Crown: Season 5 as soon as it becomes available on Netflix this month.
Released: 23rd November
This brand new Netflix Original coming-of-age supernatural mystery comedy follows Wednesday Addams (Ortega) as she attends Nevermore Academy as a high school student. She goes there to hone her burgeoning psychic abilities, put a stop to a horrific local killing spree, and solve her own family’s 25-year-old otherworldly mystery. With all of that on her plate, not to mention navigating new relationships between friends and foes, the titular teen, who is smart, sarcastic, and death-obsessed, has her work cut out for her.
- ‘Dead To Me’: Season 3
Released: 17th November
After a cliffhanger Season 2 finale, Netflix’s original series Dead to Me returns for its third and final season, directed by Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate. The black comedy follows the newfound (and increasingly chaotic) friendship of recent widow Jen (Applegate) and secretive Judy (Cardellini) after meeting in a grief support group, and continues after the two have been involved in another hit-and-run, but this time they are the survivors. Jen and Judy’s friendship is altered, taking a new turn that promises to bring this binge-worthy series to a close with a bang.
- Blood & Water: Season 3
Released: 25th November
This month marks the release of the third season of this popular South African teen crime drama series, which will be available exclusively on Netflix. Blood & Water premiered in 2020, following Puleng (Qamata), a teen who transfers to an elite high school to investigate the disappearance of her baby sister. Season 3 finds separated at birth sisters Puleng and Fiks (Ngema) putting on a united front as they search for a missing loved one search that brings with it brand new threats and mysteries that put them in danger like never before.
Released: 17th November
Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean scary shows have to end! 1899 is an epic German period mystery-horror series about a group of European migrants who board a steamship from London in the hopes of starting new, better lives in New York City. When the passengers and crew of another ship become stranded on the open sea, their exciting chance for a fresh start quickly turns into a terrifying nightmare.