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So Much to Watch, So Little Time

Keeley Brooks

Nov 4, 2022

Everything Streaming in November

We’ve entered November, and so comes the holiday season of 2022. That means a lot of new content will be dropping, and lucky for you I’m a heavy consumer who loves to share it all with you guys. Here are new titles dropping on your favorite streaming platforms this month.


After coming out swinging for the fences in October with Ryan Murphy’s Dahmer and The

Watcher, which, if I do say so myself, really fizzled out with a very mediocre ending, Netflix is following up with a true-crime-a-palooza beginning Nov. 2. Here's what's in store.

Killer Sally – The true story of former professional bodybuilder Sally McNeil who, along with

family and friends, charts her rocky marriage and its bloody end in a Valentine’s Day murder.

Streaming Nov. 2

Enola Holmes 2 – You either love it or hate it, but regardless, Enola is back with her quirky girl boss personality. Here she takes on her first case with help from her hot brother, Sherlock, played by Henry Cavill, and I assume you need no reminder of who he is. *And speaking of Henry Cavill, this little birdie knows he will NOT be continuing on in his role as The Witcher, presumably because he is returning to his Superman role. The hunky Liam Hemsworth will be taking his place, so don’t be too sad about it. Helena Bonham Carter also returns as the Holmes’s mother. Streaming Nov. 4

Orgasm Inc.: The Story of OneTaste OneTaste sprung from San Francisco’s tech bubble as a sexual wellness company hailed by top health & wellness outlets as a path to fulfillment. They gained global notoriety through the teaching of a practice called “orgasmic meditation.” This investigative doc employs access to 15 years of never-before-seen footage and interviews with former members who have shocking allegations to pull back the curtain on the organization and its controversial, enigmatic leader. Streaming Nov. 5

State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith – The harrowing story of a woman trying to use Alabama’s Stand Your Ground law after killing a man she says brutally attacked her. Streaming Nov. 10

Falling for Christmas – A young, newly engaged heiress has a skiing accident in the days before Christmas. After she’s diagnosed with amnesia, she finds herself in the care of the handsome cabin owner and his daughter. I’m sure what ensues will be nothing short of a big, fat shocker. Streaming Nov. 10

Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? – This doc tells the story of Pepsi’s ambitious campaign, a multimillion-dollar fighter jet, and a teenage boy who just wanted his plane back, so he decided to take on one of the largest corporations in America. This one’s gonna be a ride! Streaming Nov. 17

I Am Vanessa Guillen – Guillen was 20 years old when she was found murdered at a U.S. Army base. Rather than submit to silence, her family fought for justice and change. Streaming Nov. 17

Slumberland – Starring everyone’s favorite Horse Lord, Jason Momoa stars as a giant eccentric outlaw who helps a young girl who discovered a secret map to the dream world of

Slumberland. They traverse dreams and flee nightmares in hopes she will be able to see her late father again, with the help of Momoa. Streaming Nov. 18

Wednesday - Netflix's Addams' Family series is all about the teen years of one of the O.G. goth girls. Having been booted from Nancy Reagan High School for defending her brother's honor by way of flesh-eating fish, Wednesday (Jenna Ortega) is now going to the school where her macabre and loving parents first met. But at Nevermore Academy, there's a mystery lurking underneath its floorboards, and I'm sure Wednesday will find it. Streaming Nov. 23


Causeway - Starring Jennifer Lawrence as Lynsey, a U.S. soldier who experiences a traumatic brain injury during her tour in Afghanistan that forces her to return home. She struggles to reclaim her daily life at home in New Orleans with her mother as she waits for her eventual redeployment. Also stars Samira Wiley (The Handmaid's Tale) and Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta). Streaming Nov. 4

Mosquito Coast, Season 2 - Based on the more nuanced 80s novel by Paul Theroux, Justin Theroux (Wanderlust) is back as a brilliant inventor and stubborn idealist who uproots his family for a dangerous quest through Mexico to flee the U.S. government and find safety. Streaming Nov. 4

Mythic Quest, Season 3 - If you're a Sunny in Philadelphia fan or a gamer, you should be watching this series. Starring Rob McElhenney, F. Murray Abraham, and Charlotte Nicdao, this hilarious workplace sitcom about video game development will keep you highly entertained. Streaming Nov. 11

Spirited - A musical version of Charles Dickens' story of a miserly misanthrope who is taken on a magical journey. Stars Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds. Streaming Nov. 11

Echo 3 - When scientist Amer Chesborough goes missing along the Colombia-Venezuela border, her brother and her husband struggle to find her against the backdrop of a secret war. Starring Luke Evans. Streaming Nov. 23


God Forbid: The Sex Scandal That Brought Down a Dynasty – A Miami pool boy finds himself trapped in a seven-year affair with a charming older woman … and her husband, the Evangelical Trump stalwart Jerry Falwell Jr., as he becomes increasingly entangled with the Falwell’s seemingly perfect lives. Currently streaming

Fleishman is in Trouble – Starring Claire Danes, Jesse Eisenberg, Lizzy Caplan, and Adam Brody, this one is based on a novel by the same name from author Taffy Brodesser-Akner. This limited series is about a divorced doctor and father who’d just started dipping his toes into the dating pool when his ex-wife mysteriously disappears. Streaming Nov. 17

Welcome to Chippendales – This true-crime series tells the real-life story of Chippendales

founder Somen “Steve” Banejee (Kumail Nanjiani), an Indian immigrant who turned a failing Los Angeles bar into a global phenomenon … but as you all know with Chippendales, there’s more to see than meets the eye. Streaming November 22

Planet Sex – A six-episode docuseries that explores how sexuality differs from community to community and looks at what is studied at a scientific sex research lab. Cara Delevigne hosts. Streaming Nov. 29


My Policeman – An Amazon Prime Video Original, this romantic-drama tells the story of a

forbidden romance and the changing social conventions surrounding it over the course of

several decades. Starring Harry Styles, Linus Roache (Mandy), Emma Corrin (The Crown), Gina McKee (Black Narcissus, The Rook), David Dawson (The Last Kingdom), and Rupert Everett (My Best Friend’s Wedding). Streaming Nov. 4

The English – This six-episode-series is a Western-drama is about Pawnee scout Eli Whipp, played by Chaske Spencer (Banshee, The Twilight Saga film series), who is released from long-term army service in 1890 Oklahoma and hell-bent on returning north to his ancestral homelands in Nebraska to stake a legal land claim. Also stars Emily Blunt, Tom Hughes (The Laureate) and Ciarán Hinds (Zack Snyder’s Justice League). Streaming Nov. 11

The People We Hate at the Wedding – Another Amazon Prime Original movie, this raunchy new comedy is about dysfunctional siblings Kristen Bell and Ben Platt (Pitch Perfect) and their ever-optimistic mom, played by Allison Janney, as they receive a surprise invite to their estranged British half-sister’s wedding. Good for a watch with your own relative at Thanksgiving! Streaming Nov. 18

**Sidenote: If you haven’t seen LOU on Netflix, you absolutely should hop on over there and

watch Allison Janney kick some serious ass and go toe-to-toe with her son, played by Logan

Marshall Green. It’s really good.


A Friend of the Family – This released back in early October, but IT’S SO UNBELIEVABLE (and still going), I just can’t pass on mentioning it again. It’s truly the most incredible true-crime story I’ve ever heard or seen. I usually have a lot to say during series I’m watching. With this one, literally the only three things my Dummy (husband) and I have said while watching it are, “HOLY SHIT,” “Oh my God,” and “I cannot believe this actually happened. WhAT the f***?!”

I’m not kidding.

This true-crime drama miniseries is based on true events and follows Robert Berchtold, a close friend of the Broberg family, who kidnaps young Jan Broberg twice over a period of two years, and the shit he tells her about why is absolutely astounding … and she believed it for years. Further making this so shocking is the fact that local, state, and national law enforcement pretty much cleared the way of any culpability for him to do it. There’s so much more to the story, but I won’t divulge it all here. I want you to go watch it for yourself. Then I want you to let me know how you reacted while watching it. Currently streaming

The Independent – This political thriller stars Brian Cox (Succession), Jodie Turner-Smith (White Noise), John Cena, and Ann Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale)—to name a few. In the final weeks of the most consequential presidential election in history, and America is poised to elect either its first female president or its first viable independent candidate. An idealistic young journalist teams up with her idol, legendary journalist Nick Booker, to uncover a conspiracy that places the fate of the election, and the country, in their hands. Streaming exclusively on Peacock Nov. 2

The Calling, Season 1 – A Peacock Original, here’s a psychological crime thriller about NYPD detective Avraham Avraham, whose belief in mankind is his superpower when it comes to uncovering the truth. He’s guided by his sense of spirituality and religious principles, until a seemingly routine investigation turns everything upside down and leaves Avraham questioning his own humanity. Streaming Nov. 10

Leopard Skin, Season 1 – A criminal gang fleeing a botched jewelry heist is forced to hide out in a beachside estate where two women live in seclusion. Their world soon turns into a hothouse filled with secrets, betrayal, and desire. Stars Carla Gugino, Ana de la Reguera (Goliath), Philip Winchester (Strike Back), Gaite Jansen (Peaky Blinders), Margot Bingham (The Walking Dead), Gentry White (Kingdom, Jett), and Amelia Eve (The Haunting of Bly Manor). Streaming Nov. 17

Nope – I LOVED this film. I also will never again look at clouds the same way. This Jordan Peele flick offers a new take on the classic abduction story. Stars Academy Award Winner Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Us), Keke Palmer ( i), and Academy Award Nominee Steven Yuen (The Walking Dead). Nope makes its Peacock debut on Nov. 18.

Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin – Everyone’s favorite acapella fool Adam Devine is back doin’ his thang, only this time he’s in Berlin. Having moved to Germany to revive his music career, Bumper is surprised when one of his tunes hits it big in Berlin. Also stars Jameela Jamil (The Good Place) and Sarah Hyland (Modern Family). Streaming exclusively on Peacock Nov. 23


Yellowstone, Season 5 - The Duttons are back, and this time John (Kevin Costner) is gonna get a taste of what we all already know: politics complicate your life. And, yes, Rip will no doubt be there. Binge seasons 1-4 now to catch up! Streaming Nov. 13

Transformers: EarthSpark – This heartwarming animated series introduces the first generation of Terrans-Transformers born on Earth. With the help of their human caretakers, these Terrans are redefining the meaning of the world family. Streaming Nov. 11

Tulsa King – A gritty new drama series from Yellowstone’s Taylor Sheridon! After 25 years in

prison, New York mafia capo Dwight “The General” Manfredi is sent away to Tulsa, OK, to set up new territory for his mob family. However, upon arrival in town, the once-great mobster realizes his skills might be a bit rusty. Starring Sylvester Stallone. Streaming Nov. 13


* Film fanatics will be ecstatic to learn that HBO Max will now carry all eight films in the Harry Potter franchise, as well as the entirety of the Star Trek movie series, in case you were curious.

Titans, Season 4 – In untypical fashion, the series is under a new airing strategy, dropping two episodes tonight in premiere, then four more episodes over the next four weeks. After that, it’s a who-knows-how-long mid-season break. Per Collider, this season suggests something dark is coming. After saving Gotham, the Titans hit the road to head back to San Francisco but after a stop in Metropolis, they find themselves in the crosshairs of a supernatural cult with powers unlike anything they’ve faced before. Looks like the main villain this season will be Sebastian Blood, aka Brother Blood, played by The Originals star Joseph Morgan. Streaming Nov. 3

Low Country: The Murdaugh Dynasty – This chilling three-part docuseries chronicles the legacy of the Murdaugh family, whose century long power influence over the legal system in South Carolina’s low country unravels amid acdcusations of fraud, deception, and murder. Intense and full of twists, it questions the unchecked power of privilege—and the trail of death and destruction left in one family’s wake. Season 3 streaming Nov. 3

Don’t Worry Darling – A psychological thriller film directed by Olivia Wilde. Set in the 1950s California desert, a housewife starts to suspect her husband (Harry Styles) and the idyllic community she lives in have a sinister secret. Don’t Worry Darling has become infamous for the off-screen drama between Wilde and Shia LaBeouf that dominated the media months before its release. Streaming Nov. 7

Say Hey, Willie Mays! – Follow Mays’ life both on and off the field over five decades as he

navigated the American sports landscape and the country’s ever-evolving cultural backdrop, all while helping to define what it means to be one of America’s first Black sports superstars. Streaming Nov. 8

The Big Brunch, Season 1 – Everyone’s favorite Schitt’s Creek actor Dan Levy is back with a cooking competition show he created to celebrate inspiring, undiscovered culinary voices from every corner of the country. This eight-episode cooking series gives ten talented chefs the opportunity to share their stories and business dreams while vying for a life-altering $300,000 cash prize. Streaming Nov. 10

A Christmas Story Christmas – Annnd everyone’s favorite Christmas kid is back, only now he’s all grown up and returning to his hometown with his own kids to say goodbye to his father. Get your box of snot rags ready; this one’s poised to be more of a tearjerker than a comedy—though that’s not to say there won’t be any. Streaming Nov. 17

Santa Camp – Watch real-life Santas go to school in this Max Original documentary film. Every summer, a horde of professional Santas, Mrs. Clauses, and elves descend on a campsite in the New Hampshire woods to learn the tricks of their trade. But this year will be different. The organizers of the 100-strong New England Santa Society have decided to tackle the lack of diversity in the Santa industry. They enlist a Black Santa named Chris, a Santa with a disability named Finn, and a transgender Santa named Levi. Streaming Nov. 17

2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony - Streaming Nov. 19

Shaq – This documentary showcases the life of the L.A. Lakers champion from sports phenom to cultural figure. Streaming Nov. 23

Love, Lizzo – Personally, I can’t wait for this! I adore Lizzo. And what a message I’m certain she’ll be spreading. In this intimate documentary, the multi-platinum artist gets candid about body positivity, self-love, and recognizing Black women for their contributions. Streaming Nov. 24

My So-Called High School Rank – This documentary goes deep into the lives of high school students in three radically disparate communities as they navigate the pressures around college while staging a musical, until seismic events upend their dreams and expectations. Streaming Nov. 29

Other titles dropping this month on HBO/HBOMax Chris Redd: Why Am I Like This?, Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines (Season 7), Sesame Street (Season 53), My Sesame Street Friends (Season 3), Batwheels (Season 1C), Craig of the Creek (Season 4D), We’re Here (Season 3), Holiday Harmony, A Christmas Mystery, King Tweety, Master of Light, Lil Rel Howery: I Said It: Y’all Thinking It


Willow - The fantasy epic every 80s kid loved is back with a sequel series featuring original cast member Warwick Davis as the titular dward sorcerer. So much is planned to happen, and the effects look pretty cool. It'll absolutely be worth watching. Streaming Nov. 24

Disenchanted - Disney would have us believe some spells take 15 years or more to kick in with how long they've made us wait for this one. Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel are back as Giselle, Robert Philip, Prince Edwards, and Nancy Tremaine are back in this sequel to 2007's movie of the same name that ponders what happens after your favorite Disney princesses and princes get their "happily ever after" moment. Drama and chaos will ensue! Streaming Nov. 24

Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday - The Guardians are back, at least for the holidays. Gamora is still MIA and Star-Lord is deep in his feels. Mantis and Drax are coming to the rescue, though: they plan to go to Peter's home planet Earth and find him the ultimate holiday gift. Hilariously, their choice is actor Kevin Bacon, played by none other than Kevin Bacon. With a runtime of just under an hour, this'll be a great holiday watch with your bigs and littles. Streaming Nov. 25

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