Nelke Roose

3 Nov 2020
Film & TV

7 New Netflix Releases You Can’t Miss in November

There’s no way around it: we’re all staying home again. But what better way to spend Fall evenings indoors than with some exciting Netflix series and films? Grab your popcorn as here are seven new releases we’re excited for.

1. Magic Mike XXL

This movie doesn’t need much introduction, right? Three years after Mike said goodbye to his life as a stripper, he decides to perform one last time with his friends of The Kings of Tampa in Magic Mike XXL. You’re in for a treat with a lot of sexy moves from Hollywood stars Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer.

Magic Mike XXL’ premiers 1 November 2020.

2. Love & Anarchy

Sofie is a married mother of two and a consultant. When she gets the task to restructure an old publishing house, she meets the young IT expert Max, who’s a flirt. It starts innocent but their actions have huge consequences. The Swedish romantic comedy Love & Anarchy takes us on Sofie’s journey while her predictable life slowly falls apart.

‘Love & Anarchy’ premiers 4 November 2020.

3. Paranormal

If you’re already counting down the days until it’s Halloween again, Netflix has got you covered. On 5 November, the platform adds a horror series called Paranormal, about a doctor who experiences the strangest things and unwillingly becomes an expert in everything paranormal. Paranormal is Netflix’s very first Egyptian series and brings you lots of suspense.

‘Paranormal’ premiers 5 November 2020.

4. A Queen Is Born

What happens when two drag godmothers help others to find their inner diva on stage? In A Queen Is Born, Gloria Groove and Alexia Twister make dreams of drag queens and kings come through with a sparkly makeover. It’s the first time Netflix releases an original Brazilian reality show, and we have high hopes for some quality content à la RuPaul’s Drag Race.

‘A Queen is Born’ premiers 11 November 2020.

5. The Liberator

The Liberator paints a true story of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, and it does so in a new way: with animations. We follow an infantry unit that fought for over 500 days, the story is based on the non-fiction best-seller, The Liberator, by American author Alex Kershaw. The series stars Bradley James, the British actor who played Prince Arthur in Merlin. The Liberator will debut on Veterans Day.

‘The Liberator’ premiers on 11 November 2020.

6. The Crown (Season 4)

The British historian drama and Netflix hit The Crown tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II. The series is quite the hype and won many prizes like a Golden Globe. And now, its new season transports us to the ‘70s and ‘80s, and we meet Princess Diana and see her spectacular wedding with Prince Charles. Besides, Margaret Thatcher becomes Prime Minister and a lot is about to unfold. So, get ready to dive into an exciting history.

Season four of ‘The Crown’ premiers 15 November 2020.

7. Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker

Ever wanted to see how the magic behind musicals is created? In Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, we follow the behind-the-scenes at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Los Angeles and their award-winning production of The Nutcracker. This documentary shows the buzz of creating a masterpiece. Sadly, we still have to wait for the official trailer, so here is just a sneak peek.

Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker’ premiers 27 November 2020.

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