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The Greatest Films and TV Reveals Coming to Netflix in November

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Each month, Netflix provides motion pictures and TV exhibits to its library. Listed here are our picks for a few of November’s most promising new titles. (Notice: Streaming companies often change schedules with out giving discover. For extra suggestions on what to stream, join our Watching e-newsletter right here.)

Began streaming: Nov. 2

Primarily based on Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer-winning 2014 novel, the four-part mini-series “All of the Mild We Can not See” follows two younger individuals throughout a decade, up to date when their paths lastly cross, in a bombed-out European metropolis throughout World Conflict II. One is French: Marie-Laure LeBlanc (Aria Mia Loberti), a blind teenager who carries the reminiscence of her father (Mark Ruffalo) and the spirit of her great-uncle (Hugh Laurie) as she hides from the Nazis and transmits secret radio broadcasts stuffed with philosophy, literature and music. The opposite is German: Werner Pfennig (Louis Hofmann), a reluctant soldier who turned a army radio operator partly to find these broadcasts, which he treasures. The screenwriter Steven Knight and the director Shawn Levy amp up the wartime motion in Doerr’s e book, inserting flashbacks to the 2 fundamental characters’ again tales between scenes of them dodging bullets and shrapnel through the Battle of Saint-Malo in 1944.

Began streaming: Nov. 3

On this uncommon underdog sports activities drama, Annette Bening performs Diana Nyad, the long-distance swimmer who in her 60s got here out of retirement and tried a number of instances to do one thing she had dreamed of for 3 a long time: swim nonstop from Cuba to Key West, with out the safety of a shark cage. Jodie Foster performs Nyad’s finest good friend and chief cheerleader, Bonnie Stoll, whereas Rhys Ifans performs the expert seaman who pilots their help boat. The Oscar-winning documentary filmmakers Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi make their narrative directing debut with “Nyad,” bringing a few of their knack for true-life journey (seen within the likes of “Free Solo” and “The Rescue”) to the harrowing swimming sequences. Bening brings lots of her personal intense vitality to the image too, embodying a cussed athlete who refuses to let age, childhood demons or the fraying endurance of her supporters preserve her from her purpose.

Begins streaming: Nov. 10

The director David Fincher and the screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker are longtime collaborators who first labored collectively on the fashionable 1995 serial killer thriller, “Seven.” They provide a extra grounded tackle the crime style with their adaptation of the French comedian e book collection “The Killer.” The film pays homage to the French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville, who specialised in stark crime tales, suffused with ennui and populated by emotionally distant antiheroes. In “The Killer,” that function is stuffed by Michael Fassbender, whose unnamed protagonist travels the world, assassinating the previous associates who’ve turned towards him. Fincher and Walker eschew the fantastical exaggerations of franchises like “John Wick” and “The Mechanic” in favor of plainer costumes, weapons and situations, meaning to seize this employed gunman’s exhaustingly obsessive nature.

Begins streaming: Nov. 16

Queen Elizabeth II was nonetheless alive when the primary season of this internationally widespread biographical drama collection debuted in 2016; and now the present is coming to an finish, a yr after her loss of life. Though the present’s writer-producer Peter Morgan stated he has had the ending of “The Crown” deliberate out for some time, the queen’s reminiscence and legacy will undoubtedly shadow this remaining run of episodes. Season 6 primarily focuses on how the loss of life of Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) affected the connection between the royal household and the U.Okay. populace, altering the that means of the monarchy. Imelda Staunton returns because the queen, to wrap a saga that started within the Nineteen Fifties with the top of King George VI’s reign and has since tracked the profound social modifications of the late twentieth century.

Begins streaming: Nov. 17

This acclaimed biopic stars Colman Domingo because the civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, maybe best-remembered for being one of many major organizers of the 1963 March on Washington — the event for Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Rustin’s contributions to the motion typically occurred behind the scenes, sophisticated by two elements of his private and public lives: that he was brazenly homosexual, and that he was concerned at completely different instances with numerous communist and socialist organizations. Directed by the achieved theater director George C. Wolfe from a screenplay by Julian Breece and the Oscar-winning “Milk” screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, “Rustin” principally follows its topic within the ’60s, telling a narrative about how activism can generally push individuals to face the bounds of their very own progressive beliefs.

Nov. 1

“Locked In”

“Mysteries of the Religion” Season 1

“Nuovo Olimpo”

“Wingwomen” (a.ok.a. “Voleuses”)

Nov. 2

“Onimusha” Season 1

Nov. 3

“Blue Eye Samurai” Season 1

“Day by day Dose of Sunshine” Season 1

“Ferry: The Collection” Season 1

“Promoting Sundown” Season 7


Nov. 8

“The Billionaire, The Butler, and the Boyfriend”

“Cyberbunker: The Legal Underworld”

“Escaping Twin Flames”

Nov. 10

“On the Second” Season 1

“Fame After Fame” Season 1

Nov. 14

“How you can Grow to be a Mob Boss”

Nov. 15

“Stamped from the Starting”

Nov. 16

“Greatest. Christmas. Ever!”

Nov. 17

“All-Time Excessive”

“Believer 2”

“CoComelon Lane” Season 1

“Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” Season 1

Nov. 21


Nov. 22

“Excessive on the Hog: How African American Delicacies Reworked America” Season 2

“Squid Sport: The Problem” Season 1

Nov. 24

“A Practically Regular Household”

Nov. 28

“Love Like a Okay-Drama” Season 1

Nov. 29

“American Symphony”

Nov. 30

“Household Swap”