POPSUGAR Picks: What to Stream In November
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November is here already, and you know what that means — our favourite streaming platforms are rolling out a fresh batch of TV shows to keep us entertained. It’s that time of the month when we eagerly scan the complete lineups of titles heading our way, and let us tell you, there’s a lot to be excited about. Ahead, find out what to watch in November.
From the next instalment of “The Crown” to a whole bunch of other must-see content, we’re in for a treat this month. POPSUGAR Australia is here to guide you through the hottest streaming options to make your November unforgettable. So, grab your favourite snacks, kick back, and join us as we explore what to watch in November that will keep you entertained throughout the month.
What to Watch in November
“The Crown”, Season 6
Get ready for the grand finale of “The Crown”, split into two halves. The first part arrives on Nov. 16, followed by the second instalment on Dec. 14. This season portrays the end of Princess Diana’s life, with a respectful decision by Netflix not to depict the tragic car crash in 1997. “The Crown” Season 6 will also introduce fresh faces, with Rufus Kampa as young Prince William, Ed McVey as an older version of the prince, and Meg Bellamy as Kate Middleton.
Premiere date: November 16
Where to watch: Netflix
“Buccaneers” is an enticing period series that promises to be a delightful watch. Set during the same time as “Bridgerton”, this series follows young, wealthy American women seeking British husbands during London debutante seasons. With a star-studded cast including Alisha Boe from “13 Reasons Why” and Josie Totah from “Saved by the Bell”, “Buccaneers” offers a blend of aristocratic pretension, steamy angst, and romanticism that’s bound to keep you entertained.
Premiere date: November 8
Where to watch: Apple TV +
This dark comedy by Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie is an eccentric show that’s sure to stand out. “The Curse” delves into the mysteries of an alleged curse and its impact on the relationship of a married couple who are also co-stars on a home-improvement show.
At the helm of “The Curse” is none other than Academy Award winner and “La La Land” sensation Emma Stone, who takes on the role of Whitney Siegel. She’s joined by Nathan Fielder, known for “The Rehearsal”, who portrays Asher Siegel. This dynamic duo plays a married couple who also co-host a home-improvement series. As the story unfolds, they find themselves entangled in the enigmatic web of the titular curse, setting the stage for a captivating exploration of love, mystery, and the supernatural.
Premiere date: November 12
Where to watch: Paramount+
“BTS: Yet to Come”
Now, if you’ve been keeping up with global music sensations, you’re likely familiar with the meteoric rise of the K-POP band BTS. “BTS: Yet to Come” is a special cinematic treat that encapsulates their 2022 show in Busan, South Korea. This movie is a celebration of their extraordinary career, featuring chart-topping hits from their music repertoire. But that’s not all; it also showcases the much-anticipated first concert performance of “Run BTS” from the album “Proof”.
Premiere date: November 9
Where to watch: Prime Video
“Squid Game: The Challenge”
Get ready for more “Squid Game” excitement! After the global success of the Netflix series, fans around the world recreated the games from the hit series. Now, 456 contestants are about to participate in the actual games from “Squid Game” — minus the deaths, thankfully. They are competing for a whopping $4.56 million, and the trailer teases “Big Brother”-esque twists in the reality competition series, with alliances forming and betrayals looming.
Premiere date: November 22
Where to watch: Netflix
“Orphan Black: Echoes”
“Orphan Black: Echoes” is a sci-fi thriller set in 2052, starring Krysten Ritter and Keeley Hawes. It delves into the scientific manipulation of human existence, following a group of women as they unravel the mystery of their identity in a rapidly changing world.
Premiere date: November 3
Where to watch: Stan
Hosted by TV personalities Brie and Nikki Garcia, “Twin Love” is a social dating experiment that explores the love lives of identical twins. Ten sets of twins will be split into two houses of “identical” casts, embarking on a unique and intriguing search for love. Will their inherent similarities extend to their romantic desires, or will their choices be dramatically different when separated from their twin siblings?
Premiere date: November 17
Where to watch: Prime Video
Other Notable Premieres to Watch in November 2023
- “Selling Sunset”, Season 7 — November 3, Netflix
- “Invincible”, Season 2 — November 3, Prime Video
- “Unwanted”, Season 1 — November 4, BINGE
- “BravoCon Live with Andy Cohen” — November 7, Hayu
- “A Murder at the End of the World” — November 14, Disney+
- “The Lazarus Project” — November 15, Stan
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