From Film Favorites to Long-Awaited Series, Here's What's Streaming in November

Kiarra Sylvester | Oct 27, 2016 TV

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OK, so technically it's still fall, but by cuddling standards my body has shut down and gone into winter mode. Tell me I'm alone -- and you're a liar (kidding ... sort of). But, with that said it also means that I'm in the process of giving up any social activities that a bottle of wine and my living room media devices aren't the center of. Yes, I'm declaring it Netflix and Chill season (in the literal sense of the words), or the season for whatever streaming service is your BFF these days.

To make things infinitely simpler for you -- so all you have to do is kick your shoes off and hit the "enter" key -- we are giving you the 14 movies and series you definitely owe it to yourself to stream this November. 


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  • Matilda


    From a young age, Matilda (Mara Wilson) has been into big books and soaking up any pieces of knowledge that she can get, but being from a family that doesn't find the same things valuable proves to be extremely difficult. And things only get more difficult when she meets her new principal -- Ms. Trunchbull (Pam Ferris). However, in meeting the awful woman, she also meets Miss Honey, who seems to be the only one in her corner -- especially when Matilda finds out that she wields magical powers. This is a classic you can watch with your kids, and it's coming to Amazon Prime on November 1. 

  • Old School


    In this "bromance" comedy, Mitch (Luke Wilson) leans on his friends upon finding out that his girlfriend Heidi (Juliette Lewis) has been cheating -- not with one person but a group of people. As a means of coping, he and his old buddies relive their college days with a series of wild events. Get in on the fun with these oh-so-entertaining characters on November 1 via HBO Now. 

  • Terms of Endearment


    This mother-daughter tearjerker follows the deep bond between mom Aurora (Shirley McClaine) and her daughter Emma (Debra Winger), who goes against her know-it-all mom's wishes and marries her boyfriend -- only to find that he ends up cheating on her. After leaving him, Emma finds out that she has a terminal illness and hopes of mending her personal relationships. Meanwhile her mother is testing the waters as she begins to date a retired astronaut (Jack Nicholson). Watch two women navigate this heart-wrenching journey on Amazon Prime starting November 1.

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  • Fatal Attraction


    The name says it all in a nutshell: Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas), a married man, cheats on his wife in a spontaneous one-night encounter with Alex (Glenn Close). When he tries to walk away, as one tends to do after a one-night stand, Alex doesn't let go so easily and ends up dangerously stalking him and his family. Watch this 1987 thriller starting November 1 on Amazon Prime.

  • The Crown


    Tune in as a young Queen Elizabeth (Claire Foy) comes into power unexpectedly and learns to navigate her marriage to Prince Philip as she reigns. This royal Netflix original (obviously based on real-life events) will be available for streaming on November 4 -- and it looks like you will not want to miss it. 

  • How to Be Single


    As Alice (Dakota Johnson) ends her relationship to her long-term boyfriend, she finds herself single for the first time in a while. But one night out with her single coworker Robin (Rebel Wilson) changes all that, and it becomes her mission to learn how to be single -- the right way (whatever that means). Check out this hilarious and modern chick flick on HBO Now come November 5. 

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  • True Memoirs of an International Assassin


    This comedic Netflix OG is all about an author (Kevin James) who writes an almost-too-real novel about an assassin -- and when the book takes off, he is, in turn, mistaken for a hired killer. This leads to his abduction and he's forced to assist in an assassination plot. Cut time out for this movie, bound to be funny, on November 11. 

  • Red Oaks -- Season 2


    Catch up with David (Submarine's Craig Roberts) in the second season of this coming-of-age comedy that follows his journey into adulting and self-discovery. You can find this time machine to the '80s (complete with stars Paul Reiser, Jennifer Grey, and Gina Gershon) streaming on Amazon Prime on November 11.

  • The Divergent Series: Allegiant


    In this third movie of the series, Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) are able to escape the only world that they've known for so long in order to seek out a more peaceful way of life in Chicago. This journey quickly becomes a hostile one and forces the two to grow and test their faith. You can find this action-packed movie on HBO Now come November 12. 

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  • Creed


    Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) comes back to help train his friend and rival's son, Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan), who aspires to not only be the great fighter that his father Apollo was before passing, but to stay out of his father's shadow. Along the way, he learns about resilience, love, and dedication. Watch this inspirational story (and spin-off of the OG Rocky movies) as Adonis fights to make his own way in the boxing world begining November 19 on Amazon Prime.

  • Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life


    This Warner Brothers original comes to Netflix for a reboot after months and months of requests from new fans and old alike. After 10 years we'll get to catch up with the town of Stars Hollow and our favorite Gilmore girls with four new episodes available for streaming on November 25. Don't act like you don't already have this date circled on your calendar!

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  • Boyhood


    This film (directed by Richard Linklater), told through the eyes of Mason (Ellar Coltrane), follows the same characters for 12 years in order to capture the joys and downfalls of growing up. You can watch this heartwarming, award-winning flick (also starring Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke) on November 25 on Netflix

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  • 3%


    Get your post-apocalyptic fix in this Netflix original (and reboot of a web series by the same name). Here people are fighting to thrive in the world by joining an elite society with an intense selection process that only admits three percent. Join the fight or rail against it on November 25. 

  • The Jungle Book


    Disney rebooted this timeless classic cartoon and made it into a live action film, helping to re-brand it for both a younger (and an older) generation. This action-packed movie is about the journey of a young boy, Mowgli (Neel Sethi), who is forced to leave his home when Shere Khan (Idris Elba) demands him to do so. Not only does he make some new acquaintances, but he finds himself, as well. Start streaming on November 30 via Netflix

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