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New Films And Series Coming To Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, And Disney+ In November 2023

After a Halloween-inspired list of new shows and films in October 2023, we will be entering November 2023 with some drama, wit, and adventure! The month was inundated with some gory slashers, heartfelt documentaries, and films. On Netflix, ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ created a lot of buzz. Blumhouse, which is making a buzz with ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s, released a comedy-horror titled ‘Totally Killer’.

November 2023 is also filled with some dramas and films releasing as we tip-toe towards the festive season. On Netflix, we will witness the grand drama of ‘The Crown’ inching towards its finale. Amazon Prime Video will premiere the documentary titled ‘BTS: Yet to Come,’ the footage from the Busan performance. Here’s a list of some awaited releases for November 2023.

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Locked In

Famke Janssen in Netflix's 'Locked In'
Famke Janssen in Netflix’s ‘Locked In’

A new British thriller will be released on Netflix in November 2023. It stars Anna Friel, ‘X-Men’ fame Famke Janssen, Rose Williams, and others. Rose plays Lina, who gets entangled in an affair, setting her on a journey of secrecy and betrayal against her mother-in-law, Katherine, played by Famke. So, who is the real victim? The question will be explored on November 1, 2023, after the film is released worldwide.

The Crown (Season Six, Part One)

'The Crown'
‘The Crown’

For many years, Netflix has produced some of the enthralling originals, and ‘The Crown’ tops the list. Now, the series is coming to its finality, and the first part of the sixth season will be streaming on Netflix on November 16, 2023. The season will cover the events following the last days of Princess Diana and the fatal car crash.

Amazon Prime Video

BTS: Yet To Come


The concert films are taking hold of the audience after the mega success of ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’. The K-pop boy band BTS also released their concert film, ‘BTS: Yet To Come’, before going on a hiatus to serve in the army. The film encapsulates the performance in Busan in October 2022, where they debuted ‘Run BTS’ from their album ‘Proof’. The film will be streaming on November 9, 2023.

007: Road To A Million

Brian Cox in '007: Road To A Million.'
Brian Cox in ‘007: Road To A Million.’

It takes a village to create the magic of James Bond films that have entertained the masses for several decades. Now, a layman will be participating in adventures and tasks to hunt questions around the world in ‘007: Road To A Million.’ James Bond film producers have given a prize of $1.2 million to the best out of nine pairs partaking in the competition.

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Dashing Through The Snow

Disney+'s 'Dashing Through the Snow'
Disney+’s ‘Dashing Through the Snow’

Disney+ is all set to fill its catalog with Christmas films and shows. One of the Christmas content pieces is Tim Story’s ‘Dashing Through the Snow’. It is the story of a social worker for the Atlanta Police who hates Christmas until a mysterious person helps him realize the joy of celebrating Christmas. It stars Teyonah Parris, Oscar Nuñez, Lil Rel Howery, and others. It will be streaming on November 17, 2023.

Goosebumps Season Finale

'Goosebumps' on Disney+
‘Goosebumps’ on Disney+

Based on R.L. Stone’s book series, ‘Goosebumps’ is the story of five high schoolers who have set out to investigate the mystery of the death of a teenager named Harold Biddle three decades ago. While on an adventure, the kids get to know some hidden secrets about their parents. The season finale will premiere on November 17, 2023.

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