A new month means a whole new host of content coming to Netflix, from original shows to original movies and documentaries.
November will see the beginning of the streaming giant’s Christmas content making its way onto the platform.
Last year, Netflix’s ‘Christmas Prince’ became a global phenomenon, meaning that the odds on their holiday offerings being just as good this year are incredibly high. There’s even a sequel to ‘A Christmas Prince’ this year – ‘The Royal Wedding’, debuting on November 30th.
‘The Holiday Calendar’, premiering on November 2nd, tells the story of a talented photographer, who’s stuck in a dead-end job. She inherits an antique Advent calendar that may be predicting the future.
In ‘The Princess Switch’, out on November 16th, a down-to-earth Chicago baker and a soon-to-be princess discover they look like twins, and soon begin to hatch a Christmastime plan to trade places.
If Christmas is still months away in your mind – fear not, for there’s plenty of other options heading to Netflix this month. ‘The Kominsky Method’, starring Michael Douglas, looks at the life of a ‘briefly successful’ actor turned Hollywood acting coach.
Developed by Chuck Lorre – the same man behind the Big Bang Theory – it’s sure to be an enjoyable watch.
Netflix will also make their first foray into the docu-series world this month with ‘Westside’ on November 9th.
The eight-episode series will focus on nine young, eager L.A-based musicians, with each episode focusing on their different creative processes and the trials and tribulations of pursuing their passions. It looks to be a cross between cult hit Glee and the likes of Laguna Beach and The Hills.
Outlaw King, starring Chris Pine, will also make it’s way onto the streamer on November 9th. The period drama follows Robert the Bruce’s battle to regain control after being made an outlaw by the King of England for taking the Scottish Crown.