6 Highly Anticipated Releases To Watch This November
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6 Highly Anticipated Releases To Watch This November

The Crown. Keith Bernstein / Netflix © 2022

Between Netflix, HBO Go, and Prime Video, we’ve got your November watch list covered.

As the holiday season approaches and the year draws to a close, the world’s biggest streaming platforms are gearing up for highly anticipated releases. After a two-year-long break, the fifth season of the award-winning show The Crown is coming to Netflix. Its previous season made history by winning all seven drama categories at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards.

This month sees a big moment for young heroines on Netflix. The platform is getting ready to welcome the original goth girl and most sarcastic member of the Addams Family on Wednesday, alongside Sherlock Holmes’ younger Enola in Enola Holmes 2.

Likewise, Harry Styles takes on his second major role of the year following Don’t Worry Darling, this time with the British romantic drama My Policeman. Meanwhile, fashion and food are at the forefront of new releases like The Fabulous and HBO Go’s Food Affair With Mark Weins.

Find out more about this month’s these fresh releases below:


The Crown Season 5

The Crown Season 5. Keith Bernstein/Netflix.

Historical dramaThe Crown is back for another season on Netflix this November 9. The series, which depicts fictional events based on the lives of Britain’s royal family, regularly recasts its characters as the story progresses through the eras. This season, we’re seeing brand new faces, including Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, and Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II.


Wednesday

Wednesday. Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams with Thing. Courtesy of Netflix.

The brand new Addams Family spinoff series Wednesday follows You’s Jenna Ortega as the titular character. The story follows the dark-natured young misfit as she fails to fit into any other school until she finds the Nevermore Academy. From there, she begins to find new friends and foes, while investigating a mysterious string of murders. Watch the exciting new Netflix series this November 23.


Food Affair With Mark Wiens

HBO Asia / YouTube

Youtube food vlogger and self-proclaimed “full-time eater” Mark Wiens is getting his very own series on HBO Go called Food Affair. Set for a release on November 18, the six-part docuseries follows Wiens as he travels around Singapore, in search of its best culinary treasures from fine dining to hawker stalls.


Enola Holmes 2

Enola Holmes 2. Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Millie Bobby Brown as Enola Holmes, Louis Partridge as Tewkesbury. Alex Bailey/Netflix.

On November 4, Enola Holmes—younger sister to detective extraordinaire Sherlock Holmes (Henry Cavill) is taking on her first big case. Played by Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, the Netflix Original sees Enola open her own detective agency. She finds herself confronted with the mysterious disappearance of a girl. As always, nothing is ever as it seems.


My Policeman

My Policeman. David Dawson as Patrick Hazelwood, Emma Corrin as Marion Taylor, and Harry Styles as Tom Burgess. Parisa Taghizadeh/Parisa Taghizadeh/Prime Video.

Set in the 1950s, My Policeman sees Harry Styles as Tom Burgess and Emma Corrin as Marion Taylor in a romantic drama during a time when homosexuality was still illegal. The story sees Burgess navigate a forbidden love affair between himself and Taylor’s best friend.


The Fabulous

The Fabulous. Park Hee-jung as Ye Seon-ho, Lee Sang-woon as Joseph Jean Se-pyeong, Chae Soo-bin as Pyo Ji-eun, Choi Min-ho as Ji Woo-min. Seung-wan Kim/Netflix.

For fashion devotees, The Fabulous is a brand-new Korean Drama that focuses on a group of friends who have devoted their lives to the fashion industry, and the struggles and dilemmas they have to face because of it. The glitzy series follows Choi Min-ho as Ji Woo-min, Chae Soo-bin as Pyo Ji-eun, Kim Minkyu as Shim Do-young, and Lee Sang-woon as Joseph. Catch the Netflix release this month.

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