Best new shows and movies to stream in November 2023

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The year is finally starting to wind down, and that can only mean one thing—holiday specials! Other than cozy shows, Apple TV+ has a few big drops this month, and it’s also time for awards season content to ramp up. So, get those streaming devices fired up and read on for all the best new shows and movies (and sports!) to stream in November 2023…

New movies to stream in November 2023

New limited series and TV shows streaming in November

Upcoming sports events to stream

New movies streaming in November 2023


Release date: November 3
Where: Apple TV+

After making its debut at the Telluride Film Festival, Fingernails is finally streaming on Apple TV+. The sci-fi rom-com is set in a retro-futuristic world where a test has been developed to prove whether two people are in love. This dark comedy about relationships has a star-studded cast led by Jessie Buckley, Riz Ahmed, and Jeremy Allen White.

Quiz Lady

Release date: November 3
Where: Hulu

A dysfunctional family in need of cash joins a game show to win it all when the family’s life is turned upside down by a bookie looking to collect money. The comedy stars Sandra Oh, Awkwafina, Will Ferrell, and more.

The Killer

Release date: November 10
Where: Netflix

David Fincher’s long-gestating film The Killers finally sees the light of day on Netflix. Adapted from the French graphic novel of the same name, the film stars Michael Fassbender as the nameless, solitary assassin on a manhunt. The film also stars Tilda Swinton, Charles Parnell, and Arliss Howard.

The Velveteen Rabbit

Release date: November 22
Where: Apple TV+

Apple TV+’s holiday special is a live-action and animation adaptation of the classic children’s story. It’s a shorter film at only 40 minutes, perfect for a cozy night by the fireplace with some hot cocoa.

Christmas in Notting Hill

Release date: November 25
Where: Hallmark

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a bunch of Hallmark movies, would it? Hallmark’s 2023 Christmas movie lineup has been rolling out since October this year, with this Holiday-themed rom-com following a football star who heads home to Notting Hill for Christmas and finds love in someone who doesn’t know who he is.

New limited series and TV shows

Love Island Games

Release date: November 1
Where: Peacock

Ready for more Love Island action? Fan-favorite Islanders from all around the Love Island series—the U.S., UK, Australia, and beyond—are back for a second chance at love. Love Island Games see the Islanders dive into team challenges, couples’ showdowns, crazy dating dilemmas, and eliminations that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat.

Here’s how to watch Love Island Games from wherever you are.

All the Light We Cannot See

Release date: November 2
Where: Netflix

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, the Shawn Levy-directed miniseries finally debuts after a year-long delay. Set in World War II, the series follows two teenagers during the height of World War II whose lives unexpectedly intertwine. The series stars newcomer Aria Mia Loberti, Louis Hoffman, Mark Ruffalo, andLars Eidinger.


Release date: November 3
Where: Prime Video

Two long years have passed since the release of Invincible Season 1, and finally, Season 2 is upon us. The new season will see superhero Mark Grayson try to rebuild his life in the face of new threats, and come to terms with the shocking reveal about Omni-Man, his father, at the end of Season 1. The series stars Steven Yuen, J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh, and more. Newcomers to the series include Sterling K. Brown, Tatiana Maslany, Ben Schwartz, and more. Invincible might be a superhero show, but it is definitely not for kids.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Release date: November 3
Where: Disney Plus

The 38th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will live stream on Disney Plus for the first time ever. The ceremony will see performances from Sheryl Crow, Missy Elliot, Chaka Khan, Willie Nelson, and more.

Here’s all you need to know about the 38th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Lawman: Bass Reeves

Release date: November 5
Where: Paramount Plus

Lawmen is a new anthology series created by Taylor Sheridan. The first of the series centers on Bass Reeves, the former slave who became the first Black U.S. Marshal in the Old West. The series will follow his rise from enslavement to law enforcement, and the moral and spiritual weight his career put on him and his family. David Oyelowo stars as Bass Reeves, with Dennis Quaid, Donald Sutherland, and more starring.

Robbie Williams

Release date: November 8
Where: Netflix

Pop singer Robbie Williams is the subject of Netflix’s latest docuseries. Charting his 30-year-long career, from a member of boyband Take That to his massive success as a solo singer, the four-part series is said to “explore the real human being behind the salacious headlines.”

The Santa Clauses

Release date: November 8
Where: Disney Plus

Season 2 of the sequel series to The Santa Claus movies sees Scott Calvin (Tim Allen), aka Santa, looking for a possible successor to the position of Santa. Two episodes drop for the Season 2 premiere, with the rest streaming weekly.

For All of Mankind

Release date: November 10
Where: Apple TV+

Apple TV+’s highly successful series For All of Mankind is set in an alternate world where the space race never ended. In the show, Russia was the first to make it to the moon, which motivates America to catch up. Each season of the show takes place 10 years after the last, with varying levels of progress made in the space race. Season 4 will take place in 2003. Joining the series this season are Tyner Rushing and Toby Kebbell.

The Curse

Release date: November 12
Where: Paramount Plus with Showtime

When the trailer for The Curse debuted at the New York Film Festival, the internet ate it up. Showtime’s “genre-bending” series, hailing from the minds of Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie, explores how an alleged curse disturbs the relationship of a newly married couple trying to conceive a child—all while being the stars of their own home-improvement show. Emma Stone also stars.

The Crown

Release date: November 16
Where: Netflix

Netflix’s Emmy-winning royal drama series, The Crown, comes to an end this season. The series presents a fictionalized version of events in the life of Queen Elizabeth II, played by Imelda Staunton. Season 6 will continue with the focus on Princess Diana’s (Elizabeth Debicki) story and other major royal events from 1997 to 2005—such as the wedding of Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Camilla, Princess Diana’s death, and the budding romance of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Lots of ground to cover in the final season! Netflix will drop the show in two parts, with the first four episodes releasing today and the rest in December.

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters

Release date: November 17
Where: Apple TV+

Nothing beats some good kaiju action! Monarch: Legacy of Monsters is set in the Monsterverse, which includes films like Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla vs. Kong, and more. Following the destructive events of 2014’s Godzilla, the show follows two siblings as they uncover their family’s ties to the secretive organization, Monarch. A rabbit hole of secrets and monsters awaits in Monarch: Legacy of Monsters. The series stars Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemons, Ren Watabe, Mari Yamamoto, Anders Holm, Joe Tippett, and Elisa Lasowski.

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

Release date: November 17
Where: Netflix

Based on both the graphic novel and the 2010 film, Scott Pilgrim Takes Off is a new anime series from Netflix. Interestingly, it looks like an anime remake of the film, but hopefully, there are some surprises in store. Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley is also involved in the series. Returning (from the film) to lend their voices for the series are Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Anna Kendrick, Chris Evans, Jason Schwartzman, Alison Pill, Brie Larson, and more. All eight episodes of the colorful, dynamic, and exciting-looking anime adaptation drop on the same day.

Squid Game: The Challenge

Release date: November 22
Where: Netflix

Amid Covid, Squid Game took the world by storm in 2021. It became, and still is, Netflix’s biggest show ever and has inspired the streamer to recreate the series as a real-life reality competition. Deaths not included. In this show, 456 people join the competition in the hopes of winning 4.56 million dollars. The competition will tide us over until the release of Season 2 of Squid Game.

Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays

Release date: November 30
Where: Max

Superstar Selena Gomez is a woman of many talents. She’s a singer, actor, producer, businesswoman, and also, a home cook. The multi-hyphenate has a Max cooking series called Selena + Chef, which is truly a delightful watch. The series sees Gomez take to her home kitchen with celebrity chefs, whipping up delectable meals. The series is back with four cozy specials for the Holidays that will see Gomez joined by chefs Eric Adjepong, Alex Guarnaschelli, Michael Symon, and Claudette Zepeda. It’s going to be a treat!

Virgin River

Release date: November 30
Where: Netflix

The final two episodes of Virgin River Season 5 drop today. The two episodes are holiday-themed and will pick up right where episode 10 ended—with Mel and Jack decorating their cabin for Christmas.

Sports events to stream in November

Ready to dive into the sports world? Get ready to enjoy Christian McCaffrey and a sensational ongoing NFL season, the intriguing Cricket World Cup, and the first full month of NBA and NHL play.

NFL regular season

Dates: November 2-6 (Week 9); November 9-13 (Week 10); November 16-20 (Week 11); November 23-27 (Week 12); November 30-December 4 (Week 13)
Where: NFL Game Pass International, My5, 7Plus, TVNZ, 6play, RTL, RTL+,

Will anyone stop Christian McCaffrey and the San Francisco 49ers? As the 2023-24 NFL season continues, the Niners are among the favorites to win their first Super Bowl in nearly 30 years. We’re still not ruling out the Philadelphia Eagles or Kansas City Chiefs, who will meet on Monday, November 20, in a Super Bowl 57 rematch. The NFL’s November slate also includes the annual Thanksgiving Day tripleheader with games featuring the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys.

New York City Marathon

Date: November 5
Where: ESPN 2, Eurosport

Evans Chebet looks to defend his title against two-time winner Geoffrey Kamworor and a stacked field when the New York City Marathon returns on Sunday, November 5. The NYC Marathon is the largest in the world, and not because it traverses all five of the Big Apple’s boroughs; nearly 48,000 runners competed last year on a beautiful 75-degree day. How many will traverse NYC this fall, likely in much cooler weather?

Cricket World Cup

Dates: October 5-November 19
Where: 9Now, Willow TV, Sling TV, ESPN+, NOW, Sky Sports

The Cricket World Cup continues through November 19’s final in Ahmedabad, with host nation India remaining the overwhelming favorite to win its third title. Will another cricket powerhouse, like Australia or reigning champion England, overcome the Men in Blue?

NHL regular season

Dates: November 1-30
Where: CBC Gem,,, ESPN+, Hulu+Live TV

Chicago Blackhawks rookie center Connor Bedard didn’t need long to adjust to the NHL. What will the No. 1 overall pick do in his first full month? Check out our NHL page for a weekly list of nationally televised games

NBA regular season

Dates: November 1-30
Where: NBA League Pass

Welcome to the new NBA. No, LeBron James hasn’t retired yet …, but at least he’s not making any more terrible movies! November features the inaugural In-Season Tournament, an initiative mostly aimed at minimizing load management and star players sitting out early-season games. Considering the In-Season Tournament includes a 500,000 USD grand prize for every player on the winning team, maybe the idea will work after all! You can find a full list of NBA games to watch each week on our basketball hub.

Premier League

Dates: November 1-30
Where: Fubo, NOW, Sky Sports, Discovery+, Amazon Prime Video 

The world’s most exciting soccer competition delivers some top matchups this month, including Newcastle vs. Arsenal (Nov 5), two teams aiming to re-establish themselves in the upper tier of the league, and Manchester City vs. Liverpool (Nov 25), two of the most deadly attacking sides this season. 

UEFA Champions League

Dates: November 7-8 (Matchday 4); November 28-29 (Matchday 5)
Where: RTÉ Player, ServusTV, Paramount+, YouTube TV, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, DAZN, Discovery+, SonyLIV

Europe’s top clubs meet once again as the group stage continues. Look out for ​​Galatasaray vs. Manchester United (Nov 29) and Real Madrid vs. Napoli (Nov 29), which pits the champions of Spain and Italy in a battle of elite attacking players.

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