It’s that time of the month again! A new batch of film and television shows are set to arrive on Netflix in November and we’re excited about what the streaming service has to offer.
Love Jones will finally arrive next month, along with a number of great titles like Paid in Full, Kerry Washington’s American Son, and Burning Cane, which we highly recommend.
Below are the titles coming in November that you absolutely must stream:
Paid in Full - Nov. 1
A cult classic, Paid in Full follows three Harlem drug dealers in the 1980s, who build an empire and slowly watch it crumble thanks to greed. The film's star-studded cast features Wood Harris, Mekhi Phifer, Cam'ron, Regina Hall, Ron Cephas Jones, and Elise Neal.
American Son - Nov. 1
After premiering earlier this year at the Toronto International Film Festival, American Son is set to premiere on Netflix at the top of November. Adapted from the Broadway play of the same name, the film sees an estranged husband and wife coming together to find their missing son. The film stars Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan, and Eugene Lee.
Love Jones - Nov. 1
Our prayers have finally been answered! Love Jones will arrive on Netflix next month, which means it's time to cuddle up with someone special (or that on-again, off-again, friend with benefits that you just can't pin down) for a special evening of Netflix and chill.
Larenz Tate and Nia Long having a romantic walk in a scene from the film 'Love Jones', 1997. (Photo by Addis Wechsler Pictures/Getty Images)
Burning Cane - Nov. 6
Directed by 19-year-old Phillip Youmans, Burning Cane documents the struggles of an aging mother who's caught between her religious convictions and her love for her son.
Let It Snow - Nov. 8
High school students have the time of their lives when a pop star gets stranded in their small town on Christmas Eve during a snowstorm. A fun holiday film, Let It Snow features Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's Shameik Moore and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina's Kiernan Shipka.
Let It Snow - Odeya Rush, Miles Robbins, Matthew Noszka, Jacob Batalon, Mitchell Hope, Kiernan Shipka, Shameik Moore, Isabela Moner - Photo Credit: Netflix
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (Season Two) - Nov. 8
The Great British Baking Show gives us such wholesome content as we watch a group of bakers compete for the title of Britain's best amateur baker.
Courtesy of Netflix
The Crown: Season Three - Nov. 17
If you're curious to know a bit more about the family our beloved Meghan Markle has married into, then Netflix's dramatized version of royal life, The Crown, is a must-watch.
Mon frère - Nov. 22
This tumultuous French drama tells the story of a young man accused of killing his father while protecting his younger brother. Sent to an educational center to await trial, he plunges into a brutal, unfamiliar universe.
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Nailed It! Holiday: Season Two - Nov. 22
With the holidays around the corner, Netflix is serving up a second helping of Nailed It! Holiday with hosts Nicole Byer, Jacques Torres, and a rotation of guest judges who will determine which amateur baker is kind of okay.
Nailed It Holiday Season 2
Holiday Rush - Nov. 28
Romany Malco, Sonequa Martin-Green, La La Anthony, and Deon Cole star in this holiday film about a fired DJ and his four children who move in with his aunt as he attempts to return to the airwaves.
Atlantics - Nov. 29
Directed by Mati Diop, the first Black woman to compete for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, Atlantics takes place in a suburb of Dakar, where teenage Ada falls for Souleiman, a construction worker who returns to the neighborhood after time working on a construction site for a futuristic tower.