Netflix is certainly on a roll in recent times, and it looks like November is a month that will continue to keep millions of Netflix subscribers entertained with the kind of fare available. The Netflix Originals range next month will certainly keep you riveted to your armchair as stand-up comedy as well as drama will make its way to the lineup.
The Crown (Season 1)
The Crown (Season 1) would be one of the Netflix Originals that will is almost certain to be a hit. After all, this is the most expensive Netflix production to date, where it will focus on Queen Elizabeth II’s life right after the Second World War ended, where she struggles with being the Queen of England in an all too human fashion. As in the trailer, “The Crown must always win” regardless of the personal circumstances, and we have seen how that played out in the life of her family throughout history of the 90-year old monarch’s rule.
Claire Foy relishes playing the role of Queen Elizabeth II, while Matt Smith from Doctor Who will be Prince Philip. It is expected that The Crown will last for a good six seasons before it ends, and you might want to add to the overall viewing atmosphere by enjoying some traditional English afternoon tea with each episode.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Season 1)
If there is just one TV series that you will limit yourself to watching in November 2016, then make it Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Season 1). It is close to a decade since the series came to a conclusion, so to see it make a return as a four-part special will certainly roll back the years.
Dana Carvey: Straight White Male
Dana Carvey might not be a familiar name to many, since he has remained more or less obscure with The Master of Disguise failing to take off all the way back in 2002. However, he has started to make appearances again, including being in two Adam Sandler movies. It would be nice to see him appear in a stand-up comedy special this November for some laughs. Come on now, all of us certainly need our funny bones to be tickled once in a while.
The Ivory Game
The Ivory Game was picked up by Netflix in a recent film festival, with Leonardo DeCaprio being credited as one of the producers. This is a documentary that will focus on the networking and transportation of the ivory that is found in African elephants, and hopefully with a raised level of awareness, it would be able to do its bit to help prevent extinction of the species.
True Memoirs of an International Assassin
True Memoirs of an International Assassin is a series that will focus on Kevin James of Mall Cop fame, and just like The Ivory Game, it was picked up by Netflix as a Netflix Original.
Lovesick (Season 2)
Lovesick was originally a partial Netflix Original, since the series debuted in the United Kingdom first, where it was known as Scrotal Recall instead. The name does evoke some feelings in people, which could be the reason as to why Netflix decided to provide it with a more friendly moniker.