Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In November

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This November, new releases are hitting Netflix faster than leaves are changing colors. (At least, that's what I'm imagining from 23 floors up in Lower Manhattan.) Two highly anticipated Netflix originals are premiering this month, including Aziz Ansari's comedy Master of None, about a 30-year-old actor living in New York. The next Louie, perhaps? We're also rooting for a certain female superhero making her debut on the 'flix, Marvel's Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter.

A crop of buzzy documentaries are on deck, too, including this year's fascinating Best of Enemies, which revisits the political debates that seared prime-time TV back in 1968, between polar-opposite intellectuals William F. Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal. In the mood for some lighter nonfiction fare? Try David Thorpe's funny and informative Do I Sound Gay?, in which the journalist explores that question — and why it's such a common one — in interviews with a slew of gay celebs.
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Beethoven's Christmas Adventure (2011)
Your favorite St. Bernard is back, and right on time — big red neck bows are so in season.

Available November 1
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Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 1 (2014)
The surprisingly good Bravo show, starring Lisa Edelstein, was created by Marti Noxon — the co-showrunner behind 2015 breakout hit UnReal.

Available November 1
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Idris Elba: Mandela, My Dad and Me (2015)
Elba delved into Nelson Mandela’s life to play the South African hero in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Here, Elba shares the story behind his subsequent album of South African music, inspired by his dad and the revolutionary leader.

Available November 1
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Last Days in Vietnam (2014)
This doc is no easy watch, but the Oscar-nominated account of the harrowing close to the Vietnam War is well worth your while.

Available November 1
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Pasion de Gavilanes (2003)
After the sudden death of their sister, three brothers find out that revenge is never as simple as it seems — especially when beautiful women (three, naturally) are involved.

Available November 1
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Robot Overlords (2015)
If the amazing title alone isn’t enough to entice you, consider the fact that this film stars sci-fi and action heavyweights Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson.

Available November 1
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Seven Deadly Sins: Season 1 (2015)
Netflix is upping its anime cred with this dark series, an adaptation of Nakaba Suzuki's popular fantasy action manga.

Available November 1
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Smithsonian Channel: The Day Kennedy Died (2013)
Given the insane volume of conspiracy theories surrounding JFK’s assassination, you’re probably wondering if there’s anything new to say about the most widely speculated upon day in modern American history. The Smithsonian says YES.

Available November 1
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The Last Time You Had Fun (2014)
The plot of this one is nothing new — four mildly dysfunctional adults consume copious amounts of alcohol together and embark on a night of mildly entertaining misadventures.

Available November 1
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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004)
Let’s just pause to consider the fact that a film about an animated, angular cleaning apparatus grossed over $140 million worldwide.

Available November 1
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Thomas & Friends: The Christmas Engines (2014)
Rev up the little ones’ holiday-spirit engines with this Christmas-themed revisit to a childhood classic.

Available November 1
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Twinsters (2015)
This riveting documentary follows the story of a French fashion student who discovered she has an identical twin sister over the internet.

Available November 1
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Worst Year of My Life, Again: Season 1 (2014)
This Aussie tween show has the makings of a nightmare: A teenage boy (Ned Napier) wakes up one day and has to relive the most terrible school year of his life. But, like Groundhog Day, the series finds tenderness and humor in the situation.

Available November 1
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Last Tango in Halifax: Season 3 (2015)
After five decades apart, childhood sweethearts (Anne Reid and Derek Jacobi) live out their romance in old age. Awww!

Available November 2
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Do I Sound Gay? (2014)
Journalist David Thorpe uses his most personal insecurity as an entry point to look at the evolution of “the gay voice” in pop culture, through lively interviews with the likes of David Sedaris and Tim Gunn.

Available November 3
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Julius Jr.: Season 2 (2014)
No, sadly this show is not the story of the sexy son of Caesar that history forgot. It’s actually a kids’ show inspired by none other than the Paul Frank monkey.

Available November 3
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The Midnight Swim (2014)
Now that summer is over, you can watch this creepy festival favorite — about three daughters looking for their mother who disappeared in a lake — without ruining any upcoming beach weekends.

Available November 3
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Amapola (2014)
This Argentinian musical drama, the directorial debut of Oscar-winning art director Eugenio Zanetti, finds Camilla Belle traveling to a war-torn future and coming back to present day to save her family.

Available November 5
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Amour Fou (2014)
Incredibly, this 19th-century-set Austrian period pic — about a depressed writer who falls in love with a married woman after his cousin refuses his double suicide proposal — is billed as a comedy-drama.

Available November 5
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The Runner (2015)
This political drama takes on the disastrous 2010 BP oil spill. Nicolas Cage plays a sex-scandal plagued politician. Who is not Anthony Weiner. Or Bill Clinton. Or John Edwards. Or Eliot Spitzer. Or Newt Gingrich.

Available November 5
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Care Bears & Cousins: Season 1 (2015)
Are these benevolent teddies responsible for the recent rise in incidents of wild bears venturing into suburban backyards? Survey the evidence for yourself.

Available November 6
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Master of None: Season 1 (2015)
We should be sick of shows starring comedians playing loose versions of themselves, but we’re not. Especially considering Aziz Ansari brings along a handful of Parks & Rec producers for the ride.

Available November 6
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LeapFrog Letter Factory: Great Shape Mystery (2015)
What’s the best-shaped pizza for maximal cheesiness? Can a square peg fit in a round hole? What if my body isn’t shaped like a pear OR an apple?! Just some of the great shape mysteries we hope LeapFrog & co. get to the bottom of. (Also, seriously, what exactly is a rhombus?)

Available November 7
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Anna Karenina (2012)
When’s the last time you saw Keira Knightley front a period pic? Feels like ages, right? No? Well, this one’s also got Jude Law.

Available November 12
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Atención Atención: Season 1 (2011)
Watch this musical education show for preschoolers to brush up on your elementary Spanish.

Available November 13
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Call Me Lucky (2015)
Comedians including David Cross, Margaret Cho, and Patton Oswalt help tell the bizarre life story of comic-cum-political-activist Barry Crimmins.

Available November 13
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John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid (2015)
The former SNL writer continues the trend of comedians doing Netflix stand-up specials (Chelsea Peretti, Chelsea Handler, Aziz Ansari). Fingers crossed that this fares better than his ill-fated sitcom, Mulaney.

Available November 13
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With Bob and David: Season 1 (2015)
Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk and Arrested Development’s David Cross reunite for a limited sketch-show series. Think of it as Mr. Show lite.

Available November 13
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Young & Hungry: Season 2 - New Episodes (2015)
This charming ABC Family show follows a young chef and food blogger in San Francisco. Fun fact: Ashley Tisdale executive produces.

Available November 13
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Blue Caprice (2013)
The 2002 Beltway sniper attacks were the basis for this indie drama, starring Isaiah Washington.

Available November 14
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Dior and I (2014)
This doc pulls back the curtain on the legendary French fashion house, from its storied past to its first couture collection under new artistic director Raf Simons.

Available November 14
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Continuum: Season 4 (2015)
This tech-savvy Canadian sci-fi series is about a detective (Rachel Nichols) trying to preserve her present-day world in 2077 while stuck back in drab old 2012.

Available November 15
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Jessie: Season 4 (2015)
Jessie (Debby Ryan) moves from a small town in Texas to the Big Apple to be a nanny for a rich and hard-to-handle family. Classic fish-out-of-water scenarios abound.

Available November 15
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People, Places, Things (2015)
Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement stars in this tender comedy about an artsy New Yorker who has to rebuild his life as a single dad — and, you know, find himself — after walking in on the mother of his children with someone else.

Available November 15
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Soaked in Bleach (2015)
The other Kurt Cobain documentary released this year. Montage of Heck overshadowed (and rightfully so) this P.I.’s investigation into the death of the Nirvana frontman.

Available November 15
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Tengo Ganas de Ti (2012)
A man tries to win back the love of a now-engaged old flame against the backdrop of beautiful Barcelona. But will she call off the wedding in time?! You never know how these things go.

Available November 15
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Cristela: Season 1 (2014)
This short-lived sitcom — the first prime-time comedy with a Latina woman as the star, creator, writer, and producer — held so much promise, yet fizzled so fast.

Available November 16
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Black Butler: Season 3 (2014)
We’re wondering who greenlit the perplexing and, um, easily misinterpreted title of this anime series, based on a manga of the same name.

Available November 18
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River (2015)
It’s hard to call a show involving a brilliant detective with psychological issues and a penchant for communicating with the dead an “original,” but Netflix went ahead and did it anyway.

Available November 18
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LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Season 3 (2012)
A ninja made of Legos? Doesn’t sound very stealth (or lithe), does it?

Available November 20
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Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 1 (2015)
The premiere of this new graphic novel-based series starring Krysten Ritter as the titular badass generated good buzz at New York Comic Con. And if you haven’t seen enough of Carrie-Anne Moss lately, she co-stars, along with ex-Doctor Who David Tennant.

Available November 20
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Sin Tetas No Hay Paraiso (2007)
The title of this hit Colombian show about a young woman in poverty desperate for breast implants says it all. Translation: Without Tits There Is No Paradise.

Available November 20
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The Red Road: Season 2 (2015)
Khal Drogo lives! Jason Momoa stars in this gritty drama about a sheriff torn between a small town and his Native community, and plagued by a haunted past.

Available November 23
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Ultimate Spider-Man: Season 3 (2014)
Just one of the 800 Spider-Man iterations now in existence. This time, it’s Peter Parker as your average high school student whose extracurricular activities include joining S.H.I.E.L.D. and catching villains in his web of death.

Available November 23
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Liv and Maddie: Season 2 (2014)
Dove Cameron plays identical twin sisters Liv and Maddie. One’s a Hollywood starlet, the other a Wisconsin tomboy.

Available November 24
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Gringolandia: Season 3 (2015)
This bilingual mockumentary web series stars lovable Peter (Alex Hollock) as a Chilean who emigrates to New York to follow his girlfriend, and ends up achieving the American dream: opening a successful hot dog cart.

Available November 25
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Home (2014)
This animated flick, featuring the voices of Rihanna and Jim Parsons, follows members of an adorable alien race who hide out on earth while on the run from extraterrestrial enemies.

Available November 25
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Switched at Birth: Season 4 (2015)
Man, it’s taking these girls four whole seasons to get over the oopsie-daisy little incident of having their fates forever altered by a confused hospital employee? It was an accident!

Available November 25
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Zipper (2015)
A high-up politician (Patrick Wilson) who appears to be a family man but is actually a scumbag indulges in his enjoyment of prostitutes a little too heartily, threatening his career. So, this is a documentary, yes?

Available November 26
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A Perfect Man (2013)
A suspecting wife (Jeanne Tripplehorn) lures her husband (Liev Schreiber) into a supposed emotional affair by pretending to be another woman over the phone. Dude, it’s called FaceTime.

Available November 28
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Best of Enemies (2015)
Two of the greatest political and intellectual minds of their day — William F. Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal — went head to head in a series of inflammatory, wildly entertaining TV debates that make the GOP circuses we’ve seen this year look tame. (And even less substantive.)

Available November 28
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Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films (2014)
A tribute to the two Israeli men who bought a movie studio and produced a treasury of low-budget ‘80s B movies with cult followings.

Available November 29