Published Oct 25, 2018Do you even notice the seasons anymore? Or are you just constantly glued to the couch staving off bed sores as you try your damnedest to keep up with the constant barrage of content vying for your eyeballs and brain? Whatever the case, November is almost here and that means, as always, a giant pile of new content to consume on Netflix.
The streaming service has plenty of originals set to arrive this month, not least of which is the latest film from the Coen brothers. Their project The Ballad of Buster Scruggs will arrive on November 16 and stars Tom Waits, Zoe Kazan and Liam Neeson (as well as James Franco).
Other notable original films set to arrive include the restoration of Orson Welles' previously unfinished film The Other Side of the World and the accompanying documentary They'll Love Me When I'm Dead (both set for November 2), as well as Outlaw King (November 9), May the Devil Take You (November 15), The Crew (November 15), Cam (November 16), The Princess Switch (November 16), Sabrina (November 20), The Tribe (November 21), The Christmas Chronicles (November 22), Soltera Codiciada (November 29), A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding (November 30), Happy as Lazzaro (November 30), Rajma Chawal (November 30), The World Is Yours (November 30) and Tiempo Compartido (November 30).
Of course, Netflix's original television series are also going strong. Most notably, House of Cards will return with its sixth and final season — and first to not feature Kevin Spacey — on November 2.
Other Netflix originals set to debut and/or return include Angela's Christmas (November 1), Follow This: Part 3 (November 1), The Judgement (November 1), Brainchild (November 2), ReMastered: Tricky Dick & the Man in Black (November 2), Star: Season 3 (streaming every Thursday), A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities (streaming every Saturday), Dynasty: Season 2 (streaming every Saturday), Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (streaming every Sunday), Black Lightning: Season 2 (streaming every Thursday), Riverdale: Season 3 (streaming every Thursday), John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons (November 5), Medal of Honor (November 9), Super Drags (November 9), Treehouse Detectives (November 9), Westside (November 9), Loudon Wainwright III: Surviving Twin (November 13), On My Ghost (November 13), Warrior (November 13), Narcos: Mexico (November 16), Prince of Peoria (November 13) The Kominsky Method (November 13), The Last Kingdom: Season 3 (November 19), Motown Magic (November 20), The Final Table (November 20), Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia (November 20), Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet (November 22), Fugitiva (November 23), Sick Note (Season 1 and 2, both on November 23), Bumping Mics with Jeff Ross & Dave Attell (November 27), 1983 (November 30), Baby (November 30), F Is for Family: Season 3 (November 30) Nicky Jam: El Ganador (November 30) and Spy Kids: Mission Critical: Season 2 (November 30).
Are you still alive after reading all of that? What about after trying to watch it all? Either way, we're not done yet. There are still the non-original projects set to hit Netflix. Those include Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (November 1), Beverly Hills Ninja (November 1), Children of Men (November 1), Disobedience (November 1), Ethel & Ernest (November 1), Jason Bourne (November 1), Look Who's Talking Too (November 1), Lowriders (November 1), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (November 1), The Da Vinci Code (November 1), The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin (November 1), The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (November 1), Homecoming: Season 1 (November 5), Happy!: Season 1 (November 6), Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (November 7), Live By Night (November 7), Love Actually (November 7), Robin Hood (November 7), Scent of a Woman (November 7), Smokin' Aces (November 7), The Break-Up (November 7), American Ultra (November 10) and Shaun the Sheep Movie (November 10).
We're not done but it seems like you could use a paragraph break to catch your breath. There's also The Flash: Season 5 (November 14), I Feel Pretty (November 17), Donald Glover: Weirdo (November 19), Sing Street (November 23), To Build or Not to Build: Season 2 (November 23), Forever My Girl (November 24), Hostiles (November 24), Bad Santa (November 26), Operation Red Sea (November 27), Bleed for This (November 28) and Passengers (November 29).
It's hard to imagine someone looking at that list and being sad that Netflix was deleting stuff to make room on their server, but then again who knows what you're like. As such, we should inform you that Netflix is waving goodbye to The Queen on November 1, Central Intelligence on November 11, Moonlight on November 21, Philomena on November 29 and Doctor Strange on November 30.