November marks the start of the Christmas festivities. Farewell Halloween, hello the tree and the gifts that go with it. As the days get shorter, with the time change this weekend, you have every reason to stay under a blanket in front of your television. Netflix, Disney+ or even Prime Video are adding many programs to their catalogs in the coming weeks. We take stock together with our selection of films and series to discover in November.
Top 3 programs to watch on Netflix in November 2022
Like every month, Netflix has many surprises in store for its subscribers. The catalog is enriched with numerous films, series, documentaries and anime. In short, there is something for everyone. Here’s our pick of what’s coming to Netflix in the coming weeks.
After long months of titillating our curiosity, it finally arrives. Yes, it is indeed the series dedicated to the daughter of the famous Addams Family: Wednesday. We find Tim Burton at the controls of this highly anticipated series while Jenna Ortega, who we saw in You, will play the protagonist. Follow the macabre adventures of Wednesday Addams in Nevermore from November 23.
After delighting us with DarkBaran bo Odar and Jantje Friese return with 1899. Chills guaranteed: the passengers of the liner Kerberos are aiming for New York and hoping for a new life. But their crossing of the waters will not be easy. When they come across a drifting boat, missing for months, they face a puzzle as strange as it is nightmarish. Something is wrong… See you on November 17 for immediate boarding on troubled waters!
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No rest for Millie Bobby Brown. After a season 4 of Stranger Things Rich in emotions, the young actress resumes her role as the clever (and equally insolent) Enola Holmes. In the Holmes family, I ask for the younger sister. As good a detective as his big brother, Enola Holmes is back from November 4 on Netflix with, on the menu, a whole new investigation to solve. Be careful, it will get hot!
Top 3 movies and series available in November on Disney+
On the side of Disney +, it is the magic that reigns supreme during the month of November. We have selected two series and a film that you should like.
A bit of nostalgia, you say? If you haven’t had your fantasy fix with The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power and House of the Dragonmaybe this spin-off of Willow will enchant you. Willow Ufgood is back, this time leading a whole new gang to defeat the forces of evil. Appointment from November 30 to discover the series Willow on Disney+.
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What happens after the princess marries her prince charming? We always say that“they lived happily and had many children”… But what is it really? Fifteen years later Once upon a time, Princess Giselle is back. After having lived in New York, Robert, Giselle and their small family settled far from the bustle of the city. But Giselle quickly becomes disillusioned and feels more isolated than ever. Inevitably, she makes a wish to live a real fairy tale. But it seems that she forgot that in the latter, in general, the mother-in-law is rarely the nice one in the story! A most interesting plot. The movie is coming November 24 on Disney+.
Let yourself be carried away by the magic of Christmas. Whether Great Christmas is a film that you can’t wait to see again during the magical Christmas period, this spin-off series will please you. Scott Calvin is ready to retire as Santa Claus. But for that, he must find a worthy successor. This series which smells good of cinnamon and fir can be found from the November 16 on Disney+
Top 3 programs to discover on Prime Video
There is something new, too, on the side of Amazon Prime Video. The streaming platform has its share of programs, each more fascinating than the next. Here, without further ado, are our top 3 programs to discover on Prime Video in November.
Peripherals: the worlds of Flynne
This is the series that is currently overshadowing the Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Peripherals: the worlds of Flynne is the science fiction nugget of the moment. While caring for her sick mother, young Flynne Fisher finds refuge in video games. When she tests a new video game that is more realistic than ever, everything will change for her. And not necessarily for the positive. Prime Video has an episode in store for you every Friday, for your viewing pleasure. The first two episodes are already available on the platform. The grand finale is scheduled for December 8.
Based on the eponymous novel by Bethan Roberts, My Policeman plunges us into a story as passionate as it is secret. In the England of the 1950s, Tom, a policeman, is torn between Marion, his wife, and Patrick, curator of the museum to whom he is very close. In the casting, we find Harry Styles, the singer who was recently on the bill of Don’t Worry DarlingEmma Corrin, who shines in The Crown in the role of Diana, and David Dawnson, who we saw in particular in Peaky Blinders. My Policeman is available November 4 on Prime Video.
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If you want adrenaline, Overdose is made for you. After 36 quays of the Goldsmiths and braquo, Olivier Marchal delivers a new film that risks taking our breath away. In a real race against time to stop drug trafficking and solve a murder case, Sara and Richard must work together. Overdose hits Prime Video on November 4.