In a month destined to be dominated by the returning giant The Crown and the holiday season, November will have plenty of new series on Netflix.
Here is what you can expect to be watching on the streaming platform come the penultimate month of 2020.
The Crown Season 4 (November 15)
While November is not set to be jam-packed with new series to discover and devour on Netflix, it doesn’t much matter when a giant like The Crown is returning.
The show is going to be entering into its fourth season, which will see it touching on events towards the end of the 1970s. It is bound to be a pivotal chapter which will see the introduction of Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) and Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson).
Season four will also see Olivia Colman back as Queen Elizabeth II and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret.
Season four is destined to be dominated by commanding performances from its female cast members as they navigate each other’s relationships and a world we all know is leading to disaster and tragedy.
Dash and Lily (November 10)
If the Crown ends up being too heavy and you need a palette cleanser, Dash and Lily might just be the light, Christmas tinged romance you are looking for.
Based on the young-adult book Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares written by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, it follows the titular Dash and Lily during a Christmas in New York.
The two bond over a red moleskin book that they leave for each other, writing dares and notes for each other.
If you are looking for something to get you in the festive mood, this seems like it might be just the ticket.
The Liberator (November 11)
The Liberator looks to be something fairly unique. Based on the non-fiction book by Alex Kershaw by the same name this four-part mini-series will focus on the 157th regiment, a diverse and dedicated squad, as they fight on the front lines of World War II over 500 days.
What is unique about The Liberator is that it will be the first to use new hybrid animation technology called Trioscope. This technique blends live-action footage with state of the art CGI to create something that looks striking.
The series will launch on American’s Veterans Day.
Undercover Season 2 (November 8)
Dutch crime thriller Undercover is set to return to Netflix UK, for those who are looking for something just a little edgier.
Season two follows a year after the events of the opening cycle, which centred on agents going undercover to try and dismantle a kingpin’s drug empire.
Based on real-life events, this series is sure to be one that gets hearts pumping with adrenaline as we roll into the Christmas Period.
Sugar Rush Christmas Season 2 (November 27)
Are you already worried about the end of the Great British Bake-Off? Do you need to see more people work tirelessly on baking creations? Would you like it to get you into the Holiday spirit?
Then the second season of Sugar Rush Christmas might satiate your appetite.
A spin-off of the popular American baking show, Sugar Rush, the competition pits bakers against one another in a trial of who can bake well, but also quickly.
Just, y’know, with more Christmas.
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