Netflix Titles To Watch In November After You Finish 'Stranger Things'


Sydney Scott Nov, 01, 2017

There’s a stellar batch of new titles hitting Netflix this month and if you’ve already binged the second season of Stranger Things, you’re probably on the hunt for something new.

There’s no shortage of titles to add to you watchlist, including Dee Rees’ critically-acclaimed Mudbound, which includes a breakout performance from Mary J. Blige, and Spike Lee’s new series, She’s Gotta Have It

These new titles arrive just in time for the holiday season—you’ll definitely need something to watch between plates during Thanksgiving. 

Here are the best new titles heading to Netflix in November.

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The second season of OWN's hit show arrives on the streaming service Nov. 1. If you've been waiting to binge the series, then now is the perfect time.

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The 2013 film arrives at the top of the month. 42 explores Robinson's history-making role in Major League Baseball and the racism he faced as the first African-American in the league.

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Will Smith's Oscar-nominated film will pull at your heartstrings as he plays Chris Gardner. The film, based on a true story, sees a struggling salesman forced to live on the streets with his son as he tries to turn his life around.

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The iconic sci-fi comedy arrives Nov. 1 and we'll be watching it again and again. 

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As if competitive food shows weren't addictive enough, this one brings entire families into the fold to compete in the ultimate showdown.

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Denzel Washington, Kamasi Washington, and Common appear in this documentary that looks at Coltrane's life and career, revealing the experiences that shaped the iconic musician.

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The comedian and actor takes the stage for a new Netflix special, which sees the comic exploring dating, life, and being a black man in show business.

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The critically-acclaimed film is sure to garner Netflix and director Dee Rees some Oscar buzz. The film received tons of rave reviews on the festival circuit and word has it that Mary J. Blige's breakout performance is superb.

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If you're a fan of Nightcrawler, then this docu-series is for you. The series follows rival freelance stringers who roam the streets at night filming crime scenes, accidents, and fires.  

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Spike Lee's new show, based on his 1986 film, arrives just in time for the holidays when you're sure to have a bit more time to binge the highly-anticipated series.