10 New movies and shows on Netflix to watch

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From the three-generation story of the British Royal family in Crown to the romance between a demon and a human in My Demon, there’s a lot to select from on Netflix this month.

So, if you crave good and freshly brewed entertainment, November is spoiling you for choice.

Here is a list of 10 new movies and shows on Netflix to watch.

Squid Game: The Challenge

Genre: Reality TV

Squid Game: The Challenge | Official Trailer | Netflix

A British reality TV show based on South Korea’s thriller drama, Squid Game: The Challenge, is premiering on Netflix to bring 456 real players to participate in the game. Squid Game rocked the world with its insight into human behavior and what they’ll do for money. Similarly, one can expect the reality show, which is premiering on November 22, to be full of friendships, betrayal, strategies, and struggles for survival to win a whopping reward amount of $4.56 million.

The Crown: Season 6

Genre: Drama

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The heavy drama-filled life of the British Royal family has been a matter of interest for media and common people alike. After five successful seasons, finally, the 6th season is premiering on Netflix. The season will follow Princess Diana after her divorce from Prince Charles, her romantic relationship with Dodi Fayed, and lastly, the incident of her demise.


Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family

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A green lizard, Leo has been stuck inside the glass walls of a pet cage in an elementary schoolroom for decades now. At old age, he is aware that he has a short time to live and he doesn’t have enough to spend on children, so he plans his escape. He sees his chance when the teacher allows students to take a pet home for a week. But Leo’s every escape plan is thwarted when he sees that the children need a friend like him who can listen to their problems. The movie premiered on Netflix on November 17.

A Nearly Normal Family

Genre: Thriller, Crime, Drama

A Nearly Normal Family | Official Trailer | Netflix

A Swedish mini-series, A Nearly Normal Family, is based on a psychological thriller novel by M. T. Edvardsson. The plot follows a small family of three: father, mother, and their 19-year-old daughter, who live a normal suburban life. But one day, their life takes a dark turn when Stella, the daughter, ends up in custody in charge of murder. The couple’s worldview is destroyed, and they don’t know who to trust anymore. The show is premiering on November 24.

My Demon

Genre: Romance, Fantasy

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Do Do-hee, played by Kim Yoo-jung, is a rich heiress married to her work and has no time to date. Neither is she interested in men. Until a demon barges into her life, Jun Gu-won, played by Song Kang, has lost his powers and needs to be in a contract relationship with Do Do-hee. The show is premiering on Netflix on 24th November.

The Farewell

Genre: Comedy, Drama

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The Farewell is a moving tale about a Chinese family who have discovered that their grandmother has a short time to live. The family decides not to tell the grandmother the truth and begins to organize a wedding function for one of the cousins, to have the excuse of calling the whole family over, which is scattered around the globe, and spend the last few months of grandmother’s life with her.

I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me

Genre: Drama, Mystery

I Don't Expect Anyone to Believe Me | Official Trailer | Netflix

The movie follows Juan Pablo, an aspiring writer, who decides to visit the city of Barcelona for new experiences that may help his career. But the trip ventures into something dark and twisted when, because of his drug-dealing cousin, he is roped in to be the target of a local gang, which starts his life on a run in Barcelona.

Crime Diaries: The Celebrity Stylist

Genre: Crime, Drama

A Spanish show directed by Jacques Toulemonde is premiering on Netflix on 22nd November. The premise centers around the murder of an up-and-coming celebrity stylist who is stabbed to death in his own home, and now a young detective is entrusted with this mysterious case to find the perpetrator within 20 days.

Last Call for Istanbul

Genre: Romance

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The Turkish movie starring Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ and Beren Saat premieres on Netflix on 24th November. The duo who have worked together in ‘Ask e memnu’ have once again reunited after 13 years in Last Call for Istanbul, a romantic drama movie. Two people make eye contact at the airport, and this starts a series of collisions between the two, leading them to spend an exciting and beautiful night in New York City.