The Best Bits Coming To Netflix In November

It's Netflix and Chill season.


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The days are about to get shorter and darker – which means it’s the perfect season for Netflix and Chill.

Luckily, the streaming service has a tonne of entertaining new content ready to hit our screens in November, from thrilling series to comfort movies and everything in between.

Here’s some of the best bits hitting Netflix next month!

13 Going On 30


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One of our fave childhood classics, 13 going on 30 sees 13 year old Jenna Rink (Jennifer Garner) waking up in the future as her 30 year old self.

This adorable film lands on Netflix November 1st!

The Crown – Season 6 Part 1


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The first part of the final season of The Crown is right around the corner. The series has followed the true stories of the lives of the royal family in England. The show’s timeline has now reached the mid 1990’s – which means this last season will cover Princess Diana’s death.

Lands on Netflix November 16th.

All The Light We Cannot See

The film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr, All The Light We Cannot See is a highly anticipated drama set in World War 2. It follows the unlikely connection between a young woman taking part in the French resistance and an unwilling German soldier. Bound to be incredible!

Hits Netflix November November 2nd.

The Social Network


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Perhaps one of the most iconic films of our generation, The Social Network follows the story of how Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook. It’s seriously star studded, with Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Rooney Mara, Dakota Johnson and Armie Hammer. Phew!

Landing on Netflix November 1st!

Squid Game: The Challenge


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Squid Game was one of the most popular shows to grace our screens in 2021. The Korean thriller followed a number of people competing in life or death games to win a a billion dollar prize.

Now, Netflix are launching a game show version based off the show, which will see 456 real players from all walks of life compete against each other for $4.65 million dollars. Yikes!

Lands on Netflix November 22nd.



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Tense, dramatic film Whiplash sees Mike Teller as an aspiring drummer who wants to be “one of the greats”. He becomes obsessed with perfecting his skill under an abusive tutor who pushes him to the limit.

This incredible flick can be watched on Netflix from November 1st.

Selling Sunset: Season 7

It’s back! The glamorous female realtors from Selling Sunset are still selling mind blowing properties across L.A, and this season will revisit their drive and ambition in a high pressure market.

Watch it on Netflix on November 3rd!

Drag Me To Hell


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Horror buffs, get excited! The super freaky Drag Me To Hell is a creepy, supernatural film about a loan officer who decides not to extend an elderly woman’s mortgage loan. In return, the woman curses her to three days of torment before being dragged to an eternity in hell. *Shivers*

Lands on Netflix November 1st!

Scott Pilgrim Vs The World


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Last but not least, who doesn’t love Scott Pilgrim Vs The World?!

This hilarious, comic book inspired film tracks the dorky Scott Pilgrim as he duels the seven evil ex boyfriends of his new girlfriend Ramona Flowers.

Catch it on Netflix November 17th!