‘Gilmore Girls’, ‘Lovesick’ Season 2, ‘The Crown’, And Other Netflix Originals Hitting Netflix In November 2016
Netflix has an incredible mix of content for subscribers to enjoy as part of the Netflix Originals lineup for November 2016. According to What’s On Netflix, the bulk of what Netflix Originals are being added to the library in November, 2016, include drama and stand-up comedy.
In October, the Netflix Originals lineup supplied subscribers with a reboot of Black Mirror. The reboot featured six brand new episodes of the series. Another massive release for the Netflix Originals lineup included the second half of Season 1 of The Ranch. Subscribers also get to enjoy a new move created by Christopher Guest called Mascots.
Felt great to see this line up of Netflix Originals.
See what I see? pic.twitter.com/jCJbhtQZfN
— V (@ThatFabulist) September 29, 2016
Do you know what Netflix subscribers have to look forward to for the November 2016 lineup? Keep reading to see what Netflix Originals are on the horizon for next month.
November 4, 2016
The Crown (Season 1): One of the Netflix Originals with the biggest budgets includes the debut of a series called The Crown. The series focuses on covering the current British Queens in their early years in a way that has never been covered before. Claire Foy is playing the role of Queen Elizabeth II and Matt Smith from Doctor Who will be playing Prince Philip. This is the first in what is expected to be a series with a total of six seasons before it comes to a close.
A look at Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth & Matt Smith as Prince Philip in new trailer for Netflix series 'The Crown' https://t.co/ilPqLW2Eqy pic.twitter.com/adVxRi842Z
— HELLO! Canada (@HelloCanada) October 11, 2016
Dana Carvey: Straight White Male: Dana Carvey is the name of a comedy most people haven’t seen or heard about since The Master of Disguise was such a bust back in 2002. He has, however, made a few recently appearances. This included starring in a couple Adam Sandler movies. In November, Netflix subscribers will get to enjoy a stand-up comedy special from Dana Carvey.
The Ivory Game: The Ivory Game was one of the many acquisitions Netflix made during a recent film festival. This documentary credits Leonardo DeCaprio as one of the producers. This documentary focuses on the networking and transportation of the ivory found in African elephants that brings the species close to extinction.
November 11, 2016
True Memoirs of an International Assassin: For anyone who enjoyed the first two Adam Sandler movies that were released as Netflix Originals, this one is sure to be a hit for you as well. True Memoirs of an International Assassin was picked up by Netflix as a Netflix Original earlier this year. The series focuses on Kevin James from Mall Cop.
Check our trailer!!!@KevinJames https://t.co/LhihLZ5XeO
— Jeff Wadlow (@jeffwadlow) October 6, 2016
November 17, 2016
Lovesick (Season 2): Lovesick is technically only a partial Netflix Original as the series first aired in the United Kingdom under the name Scrotal Recall. When Netflix purchased the series, it decided to give it a friendlier name. Season 1 is currently on Netflix.
November 18, 2016
Colin Quinn: The New York Story: This standup comedy was filmed in New York and directed by Jerry Seinfeld. Colin does have another standup comedy on Netflix called Unconstitutional you can check out now if you want to see what his material is like before this one gets released in November.
November 25, 2016
Michael Che Matters: Michael Che will be the third member of Saturday Night Live to release a Netflix Original comedy standup in November.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Season 1): The highlight of November 2016 Netflix Originals for a large portion of Netflix subscribers includes the release of the reboot of the beloved Gilmore Girls. After almost a decade has passed since the series ended, it is returning for a four-part special where fans will get to enjoy the pair a new storyline that is sure to push all of your nostalgia buttons.
Which of the Netflix Originals are you most looking forward to in the November 2016 lineup? Share your thoughts on these releases in the comments below.
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