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. With this in mind, 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 October include numerous new seasons and films.
The Netflix news for November 2020
The new series and seasons on Netflix
- M’entends-do? (Season 2)
- Voice (Season 2)
From 03.11 ..
- Gabby’s Dollhouse
- Carmel: Who Killed María Marta?
- Undercover (Season 2)
From November 15th
- The Crown (Season 4)
New movies on Netflix
- Jingle Jangle Journey
From 19 .11.
- Princess Swap: Swapped again
From November 22nd
- Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square
From November 25th
- The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two
The Netflix highlights in October 2020
For the rest of October, Netflix customers can expect the third season of “Star Trek: Discovery”, Season 2 of the hit series “Die Einkreisung” and the film “Rebecca”, a reboot of the famous Hitchcock classic from 1940.
- Social distance
- Somebody has to die
- Grand Army
- Star Trek: Discovery (Season 3)
In October the long-awaited third season of the Netflix hit series “Star Strek: Discovery” comes. Commander Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and her crew use time travel to try to prevent a disaster and save the Federation!
- You Me Her
- The Encirclement (Season 2)
The second season of the successful series “The Alienist – Die Einkreisung” will finally be released in Germany in October 2020. The German actor Daniel Brühl starred alongside Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans as an investigator in New York at the end of the 19th century. Based on the book by Caleb Carr, the psychiatrist and his two companions have to venture back into human abysses.
- Perdida: Missing
- The Queen’s Gambit
- The colorful side of the moon
With “Barbarians” Netflix is sending the first self-produced German historical drama into the running. The six-part series takes the viewer to the Teutoburg Forest in 9 AD, where the infamous Varus Battle between Romans and Teutons took place. The leading roles include Jeanne Goursaud, David Schütter and Laurence Rupp.
- Suburra (Season 3)
- Love Like the Falling Rain
- The Trial oft he Chicago 7
- La Révolution
From October 21
The reboot of the well-known Hitchcock classic from 1940 is with Lily James (“Cinderella”, “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”) as “I” or Mrs. De Winter and Armie Hammer (“Codename UNCLE”, “Call Me by Your Name ”) prominently cast as Maxim de Winter. When the young protagonist moved into her new home Manderly, her husband’s family seat, shortly after their wedding, she found out about his tragic history and his first unhappy marriage to the beautiful Rebecca …
- Bad Neigbors
- Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
- His house
- The Day of the Lord
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.