Can’t figure out what to watch this month? We’ve got you covered. OTT platforms across the spectrum will be teeming with new releases this month. In order to sort through the titles with ease, we’ve compiled a list of the best releases in November. So without further ado, here are our picks for the 10 best movies and TV shows coming out this month on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, and more.
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Released just two weeks before the World Cup, FIFA Uncovered dives into the world of corruption, scandal, and infamy that controls the beautiful game at the biggest stage. The documentary charts FIFA’s corrupt history regarding handing out the rights to host the World Cup. FIFA’s corruption has been a public spectacle for the last few years, especially with Sepp Blatter at the helm. With the 2022 WC in Qatar set to kick off later this month, FIFA Uncovered is by no means a bombshell but a reminder of how the biggest sports organisation in the world is complicit in sportwashing and the extent to which the scandal runs in the governing body.
The Crown (Season 5)
Released after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, The Crown picks up from where it left off, charting the events around the Royal family of England in the 20th century. The Crown is one of Netflix’s most popular original productions and stars Claire Foy, Olivia Colman, and Imelda Staunton. Certainly one of the best releases among other TV shows and movies on Netflix this month.
Dead To Me (Season 3)
The dark comedy featuring Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini, and James Marsden returns for the third and final season on Netflix. The show follows the blossoming friendship between recently widowed real estate agent Judy (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini), who she meets at a grief support group. The final season of Dead To Me promises several ups and downs before finally saying goodbye.
British journalist Graham Hancock takes viewers on a journey through the world as he gathers evidence for a lost civilisation that could have existed up to 12,000 years back. While it may require a suspension of belief in certain parts, Ancient Apocalypse is an interesting view of our history and lost civilisations through an alternate perspective.
Based on the horror novel by Stephen King, Firestarter is a gripping tale of a couple trying to hide their daughter from a mysterious federal agency that wants to exploit and harness her power of pyrokinesis. As her parents try to keep her under the radar, Charlie finds her power impossible to control and her frequent outbursts make it harder for the family to maintain their cover.
One of the most anticipated releases of the year, My Policeman, featuring Harry Styles, finally makes its way to Amazon Prime. Set in the 1950s, the movie tells the story of a gay policeman played by Styles as he marries a schoolteacher played by Gina McKee, while still being in a relationship with a museum curator played by Rupert Everett. My Policeman explores the social attitudes towards homosexuality through a tale of a forbidden romance that spans decades.
After its theatrical release in September, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer Brahmastra finally makes its way to Disney+ Hotstar this month. The mythological drama follows the story of Shiva, played by Ranbir Kapoor, who cannot be harmed by fire. Grossing over Rs 425 crore globally, a sequel for Brahmastra is reportedly already in the works. The movie can now also be enjoyed on OTT.
Popular American medical drama Grey’s Anatomy moves on to its 19th season and shows no sign of slowing down. The show can now be watched in its entirety on Disney+ Hotstar. The 19th season marks the end of the chapter for Meredith Grey as she departs Grey Sloan Memorial in Seattle to take up a job with the Catherine Fox Foundation doing research for an Alzheimer’s cure.
Directed by Prakash Raj and starring Nana Patekar, Ali Fazal, Shriya Saran, and Tapsee Pannu, Tadka is a romantic comedy/drama that follows the life of a middle-aged man who finds love through his passion for food. Written by Prakash Raj, Tadka is a remake of the popular 2011 Malayalam movie, Salt n Pepper.
Anjali Menon’s Wonder Women is a story of a group of pregnant women that befriend each other at a prenatal class. What follows is a story full of intrigue as we are let into the lives of this group of friends, following their stories and arcs of personal growth. Out on November 18, Wonder Women will certainly be one of the better releases of the year.
These are the 10 best movies and TV shows to look out for this month on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, and other OTT platforms. Let us know in the comments which movie or TV show you are looking forward to the most!