All The Movies & Television Coming To Netflix This November

This month, we will give thanks for the best parts of our lives. Over turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy and more deliciousness, we'll celebrate the things that enrich our lives. And we'd be remiss not to include Netflix on that list. Netflix, the patron saint of cozy television, is a blessing because it not only provides a wealth of original content every month, it also refreshes its catalogue.

This November, the Netflix catalogue is all about family. You'll be able to watch childhood favorites Casper (1995) and Charlotte's Web (2006) on November 1. There's also the sci-fi family movie Chappie (2015), about a robot who gains sentience and forms a family with a young man (played by Dev Patel). And then on November 3, Netflix will release the first season of The Big Family Cooking Showdown, a BBC Two show that lives up to its title. (It's just families pitted against other families in a cooking competition.)

As always, we should be thankful for the Netflix Originals, the content we need and deserve. November brings us a slew of very good content, including the highly anticipated series Alias Grace, which is based on a novel by Margaret Atwood. Steven Soderbergh's Western Godless will premiere November 22, and Spike Lee's classic film She's Gotta Have It (1986) gets the serialized treatment come Thanksgiving.

Ahead, find the full list of titles coming to Netflix this November.

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Where The Day Takes You (1991)

A group of teens — including Will Smith, Dermot Mulroney, and Sean Astin — are on the lam in Los Angeles.

Available November 1
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Undercover Grandpa (2017)

James Caan is — you guessed it! — a grandpa that goes undercover to find his grandson's ladylove.

Available November 1
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To Rome With Love (2012)

Tourists in Italy enjoy foibles in Woody Allen's 2012 film.

Available November 1
42 (2013)

Chadwick Boseman plays Jackie Robinson in this biopic.

Available November 1
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The Whole Nine Yards (2000)

A dentist becomes a mob informant in this comedy starring Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry.

Available November 1
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The Reader (2008)

Kate Winslet stars in this Academy Award-winning drama about a woman defending herself in a war crime trial.

Available November 1
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The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

Will Smith plays dad to Jaden Smith, his real actual son, in this drama.

Available November 1
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Charlotte's Web (2006)

The eponymous spider (voiced by Julia Roberts) befriends a pig.

Available November 1
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Field of Dreams (2006)

Kevin Costner builds a baseball diamond and proves that the old "if you build it..." adage is indeed true, especially when it comes to the Chicago White Sox.

Available November 1
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Men In Black (1997)

Will Smith gets rid of evil aliens alongside Tommy Lee Jones.

Available November 1
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Michael Clayton (2007)

Tilda Swinton won an Oscar for her role in this George Clooney flick about a lawyer at a "fixer" firm.

Available November 1
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Oculus (2013)

Karen Gillan stars in this horror flick from the producer of Paranormal Activity.

Available November 1
Casper (1995)

The friendliest ghost makes his way to Netflix!

Available November 1
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Scary Movie (2000)

The first genre-parody movie of all time graces the Netflix page just a day after Halloween.

Available November 1
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Stranger: Season 1 (2016 - )

Doona Bae of Sense8 stars in this Korean drama about a prosecutor who teams up with a detective to expose corruption in the industry.

Available November 1
Chappie (2015)

A young man played by Dev Patel raises a soldier-robot as if it's human.

Available November 1
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Call My Agent: Season 2 (2017)

This French series focusses on four talent agents struggling with the "biz."

Available November 2
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All About The Money (2o17)

Two buds head to South America and end up on a quest to find a wanted criminal.

Available November 2
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It's Not Yet Dark (2016)

The tale of a filmmaker with ALS. Colin Farrell narrates.

Available November 2
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Alias Grace: Season 1 (2017 - )

Margaret Atwood's true crime novel that takes place in turn-of-the-century Canada gets the Netflix Original treatment. Sarah Gadon and Zachary Levi star.

Available November 3
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Eventual Salvation (2008)

The tale of a Liberian emigrant who returns to her home 50 years after she fled.

Available November 3
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The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1 (2017 - )

In which we find out whose mom actually makes a better lasagna.

Available November 3
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Williams (2017)

The true story of Sir Frank Williams, a British race car driver.

Available November 4
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The Homesman (2014)

Hilary Swank stars in this movie about three women traveling across the country in a covered wagon seeking better fortune.

Available November 5
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The Veil (2017)

A warrior captured by a secret tribe is prophesied to save the people.

Available November 5
The Dinner (2017)

Two families meet over dinner to discuss the fates of their criminal sons.

Available November 6
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Killing Ground (2016)

A camping trip goes awry when a couple stumbles across a killing ground.

Available November 6
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Under Arrest: Season 7 (2016 - )

Follow along with police as they go about their job.

Available November 7
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Fate/Apocrypha: Part 1 (2017)

This Netflix original is based on the Japanese novel series of the same name.

Available November 7
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Project MC2: Part 6 (2015 - )

Part six of the saga about four teenagers recruited to an elite spy organization.

Available November 7
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The Journey Is The Destination (2016)

The tale of a prodigious photojournalist who was fatally killed in action.

Available November 7
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The Killer (2017)

In this Brazilian Netflix Original, an outlaw travels across the country looking for his father, an assassin.

Available November 10
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Mea Culpa (2017)

Netflix brings us yet another comedy special.

Available November 10
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Glitter Force: Doki Doki: Season 2 (2017)

The Glitter Force squad takes on new evils in season 2 of their Netflix series.

Available November 10
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Luna Petunia: Season 3 (2016 - )

This Cirque Du Soleil-produced series for kids receives a third season.

Available November 10
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Dinotrux: Supercharged: Season 1 (2017 - )

Make way: The dinosaur-truck hybrids are coming, and they are supercharged.

Available November 10
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Long Time Running (2017)

This documentary follows the band The Tragically Hip as they travel across the country in support of their band member who's been diagnosed with brain cancer.

Available November 12
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2014)

The live-action Scooby-Doo gang takes on more monsters.

Available November 13
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Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary (2016)

Learn about the famed saxophonist John Coltrane.

Available November 13
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DeRay Davis: How To Act Black (2017)

Davis, a standup comedian from Chicago, takes his talents to Netflix for an hourlong special.

Available November 14
Hickok (2012)

Luke Hemsworth, the bonus Hemsworth, stars as Wild Bill Hickok in this western.

Available November 14
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Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1 (2005 - 2017)

This MSNBC series details the experiences of American prisoners.

Available November 15
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9 (2009)

A rag doll branded with the number 9 tries to survive in a post apocalyptic world.

Available November 16
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Shot in the Dark: Season 1 (2017 - )

In the early days of journalism, freelance photographers compete to get the best footage for the best price.

Available November 17
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A Christmas Prince (2017)

Netflix gifts us its first Christmas movie: A Christmas Prince.

Available November 17
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Mudbound (2017)

Dee Rees directs this festival darling, a film about a family who lives on the Mississippi Delta.

Available November 17
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Marvel's The Punisher: Season 1 (2017 - )

Jon Bernthal is Frank Castle, a former marine who becomes The Punisher, a vigilante superhero.

Available November 17
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Red, White, Black, Blue Odyssey (2017)

Learn about the push for women's rugby in south Los Angeles.

Available November 17
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Santa Claws (2014)

Christmas plus cats! Love Actually who?

Available November 17
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Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3 (2017 )

Lucky Prescott, a young girl, enjoys adventures with her horse, Prescott.

Available November 17
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Stretch Armstrong & The Flex Fighters: Season 1 (2017 - )

Jake Armstrong, a teenager, suddenly becomes a superhero, and his friends come along. (They are, presumably, the flex fighters.)

Available November 17
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Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton (2017)

In this Netflix Original documentary, Jim Carrey reminisces on what it took to become Andy Kaufman.

Available November 17
Piranha (1978)

Flesh-eating piranhas make their way into the rivers during the summer, and chaos ensues.

Available November 20
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Beat Bugs: All Together Now (2017)

The Beat Bugs, a group of animated bugs who perform covers, perform a special that will, according to Variety, feature a cover of "Here Comes The Sun."

Available November 21
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Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers (2017)

Brian Regan brings his cartoonish talents to Netflix for his hourlong comedy special.

Available November 21
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Saving Capitalism (2017)

A Netflix Original documentary about capitalism.

Available November 21
The Case for Christ (2017)

A journalist sets out to prove that God just a myth.

Available November 21
Cherry Pop (2017)

The headliner for the weekly Cherry Pop show refuses to emerge from her dressing room. Chaos ensues.

Available November 22
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Godless: Season 1 (2017 - )

Steven Soderbergh's new Netflix Original features Jeff Daniels as an evil bearded cowboy; Michelle Dockery and Merritt Wever also star.

Available November 22
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The Boss Baby (2017)

This movie, which features a baby in a suit, is the country 12-highest grossing movie of the year so far.

Available November 22
Tracers (2015)

A bike messenger takes up parkour.

Available November 22
Deep (2017)

In the post-apocalyptic oceanscape, an adventurous octopus is driven out of his home by a kraken.

Available November 23
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She's Gotta Have It: Season 1 (2017 - )

Fall in love with Brooklyn with TV's rendition of Spike Lee's first film. Starring DeWanda Wise as the inimitable Nola Darling.

Available November 23
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Frontier: Season 2 (2016 - )

Don't worry, Jason Momoa stans — his hairy, burly presence makes it way to Netflix again for another season of Frontier.

Available November 24
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Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA: Season 1 (2017 - )

The trailer park boys head out of the park to explore the great big U.S. of A.

Available November 24
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The Many Faces Of Ito: Season 1 (2017 - )

A screenwriter pretends to give love advice. What is she really doing? Why, brainstorming for screenplay fodder, of course.

Available November 24
Bushwick (2017)

Brittany Snow and Dave Bautista battle the Texas military in Brooklyn.

Available November 24
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Cuba and the Cameraman (2017)

Camera crews document the lives of three Cuban families following the reign of Fidel Castro.

Available November 24
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Broadchurch: Season 3 (2013 - 2017)

Detectives in England solve murders in the coastal town of Dorset.

Available November 27
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Darkness Rising (2017)

A woman returns to her childhood home, which is haunted by memories of her mother.

Available November 27
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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7 Part 2 (2010 - )

The ponie gather at Storyville for more silly hijinks.

Available November 27
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Glitch: Season 2 (2015 - )

This Australian import details what happens in a small town when six dead residents return from the grave.

Available November 28
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Good Morning Call: Season 1 (2016 - )

A young girl in high school is forced to share her living space with a popular boy whom she hates.

Available November 28
The Queen of Spain (2016)

Penelope Cruz plays Macarena Granada, a Spanish movie star who returns to Spain to film a movie about Queen Isabella.

Available November 28
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Guerra de Idolos: Season 1 (2016 - )

In this musical drama, a Mexican pop star must contend with fame, romance, and his career.

Available November 29
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The Details (2011)

Tobey Maguire plays a suburban man perturbed by a family of raccoons that burrow in his backyard.

Available November 30
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Winning (1969)

Paul Newman is Frank Capua, a racecar driver who must choose between winning the Indy 500 and maintaining his marriage.

Available November 30
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