Every New Movie, TV Series, and Special Coming to Netflix in November

DeWanda Wise stars in Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It (2017)
DeWanda Wise stars in Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It (2017)
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Though the return of Stranger Things might be the biggest thing to happen to Netflix this fall, with November already almost upon us, it’s time for yet another streaming switcheroo. November will be a big month for Netflix Originals, with season two of Lady Dynamite dropping on November 10 and the premiere of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It, based on his hit 1986 indie film, arriving on November 23.

Here’s every new movie, TV series, documentary, and special coming to Netflix in November.

NOVEMBER 1

42

Casper

Chappie 

Charlotte’s Web (2006)

Field of Dreams 

Men in Black

Michael Clayton

Oculus

Scary Movie 

Silent Hill 

Stranger: Season 1

The Bittersweet 

The Pursuit of Happyness 

The Reader

The Whole Nine Yards 

To Rome with Love 

Under Arrest: Season 7

Undercover Grandpa

Where the Day Takes You 

NOVEMBER 2

All About the Money 

It’s Not Yet Dark 

Ten Percent (aka Call My Agent!): Season 2

NOVEMBER 3

Alias Grace

Eventual Salvation

The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1

NOVEMBER 4

Williams

NOVEMBER 5

The Homesman

The Veil

NOVEMBER 6

The Dinner

NOVEMBER 7

Dizzy & Bop’s Big Adventure: The Great Music Caper

Fate/Apocrypha: Part 1

Killing Ground

King Duckling: Season 1

Project Mc²: Part 6

The Journey Is the Destination

NOVEMBER 10

Blazing Transfer Students: Season 1

Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 1

Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 2

Lady Dynamite: Season 2

Mea Culpa

The Killer

NOVEMBER 12

Long Time Running

NOVEMBER 13

Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

NOVEMBER 14

DeRay Davis: How To Act Black

Hickok

NOVEMBER 15

Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1

NOVEMBER 16

9

NOVEMBER 17

A Christmas Prince

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond

Longmire: Final Season

Luna Petunia: Season 3

Marvel’s The Punisher

Mudbound

Red, White, Black, Blue Odyssey

Santa Claws

Shot in the Dark: Season 1

Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3

Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 1

NOVEMBER 20

Piranha

NOVEMBER 21

Beat Bugs: All Together Now

Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers

Saving Capitalism

The Case for Christ

NOVEMBER 22

Cherry Pop

Godless

The Boss Baby

Tracers

NOVEMBER 23

Deep

She’s Gotta Have It: Season 1

NOVEMBER 24

Bushwick

Cuba and the Cameraman

Frontier: Season 2

The Many Faces of Ito: Season 1

Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA: Season 1

NOVEMBER 27

Broadchurch: Season 3

Darkness Rising

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 7 Part 2

NOVEMBER 28

Glitch: Season 2

Good Morning Call: Season 2

The Queen Of Spain

NOVEMBER 29

Guerra De Idolos: Season 1

NOVEMBER 30

The Details

Winning

HBO Is Offering Nearly 500 Hours of Free Content, From The Sopranos to Succession

Matthew Macfadyen and Nicholas Braun talk business and omelettes in Succession.
Matthew Macfadyen and Nicholas Braun talk business and omelettes in Succession.
Peter Kramer/HBO

If shelter-in-place orders have you burning through your streaming service selections, HBO might be able to help. The premium network has just announced nearly 500 hours of content will be made available for free beginning Friday, April 3. In a press release, the channel said that content would be unlocked via HBO NOW and HBO GO without a subscription. Viewers can expect a mix of HBO’s original series as well as documentaries and catalog movie titles. For original series, viewers can select these nine shows:

  1. Ballers
  2. Barry
  3. Silicon Valley
  4. Six Feet Under
  5. The Sopranos
  6. Succession
  7. True Blood
  8. Veep
  9. The Wire

Documentary and Docuseries titles include:

  1. The Apollo
  2. The Case Against Adnan Syed
  3. Elvis Presley: The Searcher
  4. I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter
  5. The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley
  6. Jane Fonda in Five Acts
  7. McMillion$
  8. True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality
  9. United Skates
  10. We Are the Dream: The Kids of the MLK Oakland Oratorical Fest

Movies are from the Warner Bros. library and, unlike The Sopranos, are mostly family-friendly. They include:

  1. Arthur
  2. Arthur 2: On the Rocks
  3. Blinded By the Light
  4. The Bridges of Madison County
  5. Crazy, Stupid, Love
  6. Empire of the Sun
  7. Forget Paris
  8. Happy Feet Two
  9. Isn't It Romantic?
  10. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
  11. Midnight Special
  12. My Dog Skip
  13. Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase
  14. Pan
  15. Pokémon Detective Pikachu
  16. Red Riding Hood
  17. Smallfoot
  18. Storks
  19. Sucker Punch
  20. Unknown Title To Be Announced

The shows can be viewed directly without a sign-in on the HBO GO and HBO NOW websites or via their apps. (The services are nearly identical, but HBO GO is typically included with a cable subscription; HBO NOW is a standalone streaming service.) If you’d like to sample the full range of HBO series like Game of Thrones, The Outsider, or Curb Your Enthusiasm, the channel is offering a seven-day free trial.

According to the press release, the programming will be available to watch without subscribing through the end of April.

Which Fictional Character Are You? This Online Quiz Might Give You an Eerily Accurate Answer

Peter Dinklage's Tyrion Lannister is the unofficial king of witty side comments. Are you, too?
Peter Dinklage's Tyrion Lannister is the unofficial king of witty side comments. Are you, too?
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While watching a TV show or movie, you might find yourself trying to draw parallels between you and a certain character you’d want to be. If you’re like many viewers, it’s probably one of the heroic ones—the handsome private investigator with a tortured past and an unerring moral compass or the fearless queen who builds her kingdom from nothing and defends it to the death, etc.

But which character would you actually be? Openpsychometrics.org, a site that develops personality tests, has a new online quiz that might give you an uncannily accurate answer. You’ll be confronted with a series of 28 questions that ask you to pinpoint where you fall between two traits on a percentage-based spectrum. For example, if you’re more playful than serious, slide the bar toward the word playful until you’ve reached your desired ratio. The ratio could be anything from 51 percent playful and 49 percent serious, to a full 100 percent playful and not a single iota of seriousness at all. Other spectrums include artistic versus scientific, dominant versus submissive, spiritual versus skeptical, and more.

Once you’ve completed the quiz, you’ll find out which fictional character your personality most closely matches from a database of around 500 television and film characters. To pinpoint the personalities of the characters themselves, the quiz creators asked survey participants to rate them on a series of traits, and those collective results are then compared to your own self-ratings.

If you scroll down below your top result, you’ll see an option to show your full match list, which will give you a much more comprehensive picture of what kind of character you’d be. My top two results—which, ironically, were the same as Mental Floss editor-in-chief Erin McCarthy’s—were The West Wing’s C.J. Cregg and Joey Lucas, suggesting that we both have a no-nonsense attitude, a perfectionist streak, and an apparent aptitude for national politics that (at least in our cases) will likely go unfulfilled.

The fictional twin of managing editor Jenn Wood, on the other hand, is Game of Thrones’s Tyrion Lannister, unofficial king of witty side comments and all-around fan favorite. This was not surprising. As runner-up, Jenn got her personal hero, Elizabeth Bennet, which, in her words “makes me feel better about myself.” (Jenn has Pride and Prejudice-themed “writing gloves,” which seems important to mention.)

Take the quiz here to find out just how much you have in common with your own personal (fictional) hero.

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