November is right around the corner—my how the year has flown by!—and with a new month comes new Netflix titles.
November features a number of new Netflix originals, family-friendly TV shows, and dramatic features.
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We’ve combed through the list and put together seven must-see new titles you need to check out as soon as they drop.
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From filmmaker Akin Omotoso, Vaya tells the story of three young South Africans who hop on a train bound for Johannesburg. Their stories intertwine as their journey goes on, eventually culminating in an explosive moment.
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Kat Graham stars in this seasonal feature as a photographer who inherits an antique Advent calendar that may be able to predict the future and help her find love. The film also co-stars Quincy Brown and Ron Cephas Jones.
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This docu-drama tells the stories of Medal of Honor recipients from U.S. military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam and more, including Edward Carter Jr., one of the only African American recipients of the Medal of Honor during World War II.
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This new unscripted series follows nine up-and-coming talents as they follow their dreams in LA. Each episode takes a look behind-the-scenes at each artists' creative process and features, music videos and original songs.
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This new kid-friendly series follows a 13-year-old prince, who goes incognito as an exchange student and strikes up an unlikely friendship. The series features newcomer Theodore Barnes as his best friend Teddy.
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Executive produced by Smokey Robinson, Motown Magic is a new animated series about a boy named Ben who uses a magic paintbrush to bring his city to life.
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Trevor Noah takes a break from The Daily Show to hop on stage for a stand-up special that tackles politics, race, immigration, and more.
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