New series, seasons and films will start on Netflix again in the coming month. The video streaming provider has announced its novelties for November 2020, which customers can look forward to.
With Disney +, Apple TV +, Amazon Video, Sky Ticket and Co., the competition for Netflix is growing steadily. Against this background, the still leading streaming provider has to think about something to keep its customers happy. This works best with always new content. Netflix will broadcast a number of new titles in November 2020. There are not only completely new productions, but also the continuations of popular series. Whether thriller, action or children’s films – the Netflix novelties in November include numerous new seasons and films.
The Netflix news for November 2020
In November it is slowly but surely Christmas time on Netflix. With sequels to in-house productions such as “Prinzessinnentausch” or “Christmas Chronicles”, the streaming provider directly serves the slowly blossoming pre-Christmas feeling. With the drama “What we wanted” and the new season “The Crown”, the offer is very broad overall.
- The new series and seasons on Netflix
- The new films in November on Netflix
The new series and seasons on Netflix
- Voice: Every Voice is Unique (Season 2)
- Can you hear me? (Season 2)
- Record of Youth (Season 1)
- Gabby’s Dollhouse
- Love and Anarchy (Season 1)
- Paranormal (Season 1)
- Country Ever After (Staffel 1)
- Undercover (Season 2)
- Dash & Lily (Season 1)
- Bad Banks (Season 2)
The successful German series deals with the instability of the banking system. The focus is on the young investment banker Jana (Paula Beer), who has to prove herself in a new company. In doing so, she comes across sensitive information about manipulated balance sheets, which she uses to her advantage.
- A Queen Is Born (Staffel 1)
- The Midas Minions (Season 1)
- The Crown (Season 4)
The Netflix series “The Crown” is dedicated to the life of the British Queen, Elizabeth II. Beginning with her wedding to the young Prince Philip in 1947, the fourth season has now arrived in the 70s and 80s. Topics of the new season: The Queen and Lady Diana and dealing with Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson).
- Fire in the voice
- Over Christmas
- Sugar Rush Christmas (Season 2)
- American Horror Story (Season 9)
The ninth season of the popular horror series was apparently influenced by popular classic horror slasher films. The characters end up in Camp Redwood, where a murderer was up to mischief 14 years ago. The well-known faces of Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Cody Fern, Lily Rabe and Finn Wittrock are among the party.
The new films in November on Netflix
- The pursuit of happiness
- Jason and Argonauts
- Insidious: Chapter 2
- Beyond Sky
- Bullet head
- Greatest Showman
- Bullet head
- Pandemic – Fear the Dead
- Seed 2 – The New Breed
- Spider City – City of spiders
- Felix Lobrecht: Hype
- All good things come from above
In search of evidence to support the closure of a US air force base, a political adviser warms up to a captain with a heart.
- Carmel: Who Killed Marina?
- SpongeBob SquarePants: A sponge-tactical rescue
- A Lion in the House
- What we wanted
Lavinia Wilson and Elyas M’Barek play a happy young couple in “Was we wanted”. However, both of them have a big, unfortunately unfulfilled wish to have children; numerous attempts at artificial insemination have already failed. To take a break, the two go to Sardinia. However, unwanted memories come up there. The Austrian film will be released on November 11 on Netflix and will be running as a candidate for the best international film for the Oscars 2021.
- You have life in front of you
- Jingle Jangle Journey: Adventurous Christmas!
- He’s Out There
- Princess Swap: Swapped again
- Alien Xmas
- If Anything Happens I Love You
- Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square
- Shawn Mendes: In Wonder
- Hillbilliy Elegy
J.D. Vance, a former Marine from southern Ohio and currently a law student at Yale, is about to get the dream job of his life when a family crisis calls him back home that he wanted to forget. J.D. Now he has to deal with the complicated circumstances of his family from the Appalachians, including the difficult relationship with his addict mother Bev (Amy Adams). Using the memories of his grandmother, Mamaw (Glenn Close) – the feisty and brilliant woman who raised him – J.D. soon that in order to fulfill his dreams he must first accept his roots.
- Tomy’s notebook
- The Christmas Chronicles 2
- Hot Chocolate Nutcracker – A danced dream
- The call
- Voces – The voices
- La Belva – The inner beast
- Assassin’s Creed
The film “Assassin’s Creed”, released in 2016, is based on the first part of the computer game series of the same name. With the computer program Animus, it is possible to delve into the memories of ancestors using the genetic material. In order to recover a mystical artifact, Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) is sent to the Animus by the Templar Order. With his help he immerses himself in the life of the assassin Aguilar in the 15th century. The reviews were anything but rosy; The project met with little approval from fans of the games. Thanks to fantastic pictures and stunts, it is still worth seeing. There are also rumors of a Netflix series that deals with the material – maybe that’s why the streaming provider is bringing the film into its offer?
Last chance on Netflix
Where there is joy, there is often a downside to Netflix. In addition to the many new products in the program, the provider sells several films and series every month. So look to see if there are any titles that you would like to have a quick look at beforehand.