10 Movies & TV Shows To Stream On Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV & More In November 2022 – High On Films | Episode Movies

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The most anticipated movies and TV shows to stream in November 2022: As the Halloween fever subsides, November’s OTT releases will pound your TV with a variety of entertainment sure to blow your mind with brand new content and increase obsession with your favorite shows. Whether it’s comedy you love or perhaps drama is more your thing; the upcoming streaming bouquet has it all.

If you’re still missing Brooklyn 99 — Melissa Fumero returning to comedy with a brand new show is definitely a treat to look forward to. Creator of the last Brain Curning Science fiction mystery Dark, are waiting to turn your head again with their new mystery show 1899. There will be a lot to eat and a lot to take in slowly. So get your hopes high for the month ahead and take a look at this list of the 10 most exciting movies and TV shows to spice up your favorite streaming platforms in November 2022.

Blockbuster, Season 1 (November 3)

Stream it on Netflix

The creators of Happy Endings and the writers of Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine bring back two beloved comedy stars with their new sitcom Blockbuster. Melissa Fumero and WandaVision star Randall Park (also known as Jim Halpert, if you know what I mean) star in this brand new Netflix series that follows the struggles of Timmy and his colleagues as they navigate the Ups and downs of work go the last standing blockbuster store. The Superstore-like setup, only with the added quirks of keeping up with what is now a small business, is sure to set you up for a new Amy Jonah-esque romance and make you giggle with a whole cast of hilarious staff.

Enola Holmes 2 (November 4)

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The teenage detective will now solve a mystery that promises much more danger than she expected. Millie Bobby Brown returns as a pro detective Enola Holmes for the sequel and tries to search for a missing girl while being dismissed by people as someone who needs to go back to school. Based on the Enola Holmes Mysteries book series and directed by Harry Bradbeer; Enola Holmes 2 will come out this November with a conspiracy case that will even bring in the ever-popular Sherlock (Henry Cavill).

Dam (November 4)

Stream it on Apple TV Plus

Featuring the massive critical success of Apple Tv Originals coda and Cha Cha Real Smooth have seen over the past few years, it’s now time they passed the torch to the commercially successful Jennifer Lawrence who has repeatedly demonstrated all her talent. This Toronto International Film Festival selection delves into the post-traumatic life of a war veteran who has suffered a severe brain injury. The ups and downs of her life upon her return home will make up this psychological drama that really promises to become a prominent figure in the genre.

The Crown, Season 5 (November 9)

Stream it on Netflix

The new season of the popular historical drama The Crown is set to get going again with a all new cast replacing the previous one. This will be the final season of the show, which happens to be released after the deaths of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II. With Imelda Staunton (best known for her role in the Harry Potter films) as the Queen, and Jonathan Pryce (Game of Thrones), Lesley Manville (phantom thread), Dominic West (The Wire) and principle star Elizabeth Debicki; This season focuses on the Queen’s reign in the 1990s and the grisly affairs of the Diana incident.

The English, Season 1 (November 11)

Stream it on Amazon Prime

A show worth watching, even if it’s just for watching Emily Blunt go berserk with revenge; Prime’s new original, The English, will brighten up your November with much more. An Englishwoman’s motive for revenge for her dead son is combined with Chaske Spencer’s justifiable anger in this western drama. The English is sure to be an action-fest fueled by personal anger and that of a brutalized community.

1899, Season 1 (November 17)

Stream it on Netflix

From the makers of Dark comes another electrifying crime thriller starring Dark star Andreas Pietschmann. Netflix’s new multilingual horror mystery will mostly take place on ominous ships full of terrified cruisers. 1899 will accompany humans on a migrant steamer as they discover another mysterious ship that holds secrets that will haunt the dark waters.

Welcome to Chippendales (November 22)

Stream it on Hulu

Hulu’s latest true-event drama follows the odd career of Somen “Steve” Banerjee, an Indian-born entrepreneur who founded the first male striptease club, Chippendales. Inspired by the book Deadly Dance: The Chippendales Murders, Welcome to Chippendales stars Kumail Nanjiani (The big sick) as the infamous Somen Banerjee, whose life is as darkly intriguing as everything else about him. Featuring glamorous supporting cast such as Dan Stevens (Legion), Murray Bartlett (The White Lotus) and Annaleigh Ashford (American Crime Story); Welcome to Chippendales is ready to rock your world with seduction and murder.

Wednesday, Season 1 (November 23)

Stream it on Netflix

To help you with your Halloween hangover comes the new coming-of-age horror comedy that follows the life of Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family. Played by You star Jenna Ortega, Tim Burton’s Gothic Teen is joined by an amazing cast of Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luiz Guzman and Gwendoline Christie. The horror comedy finds itself in the strange life of Wednesday as she struggles to find her place in the world.

The Sex Life of College Girls Season 2 (November 17)

Stream it on HBO MAX

Mindy Kaling is on the road to success, following the huge hit of coming-of-age comedy-drama Never Have I Ever, she takes us into the hilarious lives of four 18-year-old freshman roommates at Essex College in Vermont who recently tasted the sudden freedom of their life choices. Just like one of the most popular Netflix shows sex education, The Sex Lives of College Girls is more about emotions, fun and friendship than sex. The ladies of Essex College know exactly what they want and this is another season of The Sex Lives of College Girls. The quartet will explore new relationships, coming outs and student loans.

Disenchanted (November 18)

Stream it on Disney+

Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey return in a new Enchanted sequel for a magical adventure filled with hilarious sing-along voices and a fairytale satire at heart Disenchanted. Giselle, Robert and Morgan have moved from Manhattan to a new house in the suburb of Monroeville. Giselle wishes for the fairytale life she left behind in the first film. While tapping into a little magic, Giselle distorts reality and her own nature. In this film, Amy Adams gets the chance to play both an unraveling villain and an enchanting princess.

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