Netlix’s new releases: another excuse to binge watch

Amanda Fronczak, Staff Writer

With the weather getting colder and the holiday season starting, snuggling up with a blanket and watching some Netflix is the perfect way to spend a night in. Netflix has released some new original series and movies, along with making your favorite classics available this November. 

First off, we have all types of movies being released this November, so everyone will be able to find something to watch. To kick off the month, 43 titles were added on Nov. 1, including Paul Blart Mall Cop, Easy A and Oceans Eleven. The movie Boyz n the Hood, a 1991 Oscar-nominated crime drama with a tragic ending, was also available starting Nov. 1. On Nov. 2, Prospect, a Sci-fi thriller about a daughter and dad who are looking for valuable gems on an alien moon was released. Regardless of whether you love them or hate them, on Nov. 5, there was the release of three holiday romance movies: A New York Christmas Wedding, Midnight at Magnolia and Operation Christmas Drop. A sequel, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, will be released on Nov. 15. Whose Streets?, a documentary about the killing of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African American man who was a victim of police brutality and how it sparked a movement of peaceful activism, will be available Nov. 16. The Netflix Original The Princess Switch with Vanessa Hudgens will be getting a sequel, and on Nov. 19, you can watch The Princess Switch: Switched Again. Finally, on Nov. 24, Hillbilly Elegy, a drama based on the best-selling book with Amy Adams and Glenn Close will be released. 

Along with all those movies, there are tons of TV shows being added this month. Starting off strong, Nov. 1 marked the release of all six seasons of the classic teen drama “Dawson’s Creek. A comedy and drama Netflix original series, “Love and Anarchy,” has eight episodes, and you could start watching Nov. 4. Another Netflix original series called “Dash and Lily,” which is a holiday comedy series about a notebook passed between cynical Dash and optimistic Lily, was released on Nov. 10. On Nov. 11, a documentary series called “Trial K” appeared, based on the killing of Boston cop, Sean K. Ellis. The ninth season of “American Horror Story” will be available to watch on Friday the 13th. The reality show “Survivor,” seasons 20 and 28, will be on Netflix Nov. 15, along with the historical drama, “The Crown.” A new reality show that focuses on the world’s oddest competitions called “We Are the Champions” will be available Nov. 17. Two more Netflix original series, “Voices of Fire” and “Flavorful Origins: Gansu Cuisine” will be available to watch on Nov. 20. Finally, the second season of the anime series “Great Pretender” will be available Nov. 25. 

Stay in, stay safe, and take your mind off all of life’s troubles with all these TV shows and movies this month.