Finest new reveals and flicks on Netflix this week: The Crown Season four, The Princess Change 2
Looking for something new to watch on Netflix? You are in the right place. Here are the best new shows and movies to be released on Netflix the week of November 13-20, 2020.
Hope you like Kings and Christmas because this week is almost all about Netflix. There are a couple of offerings on princesses and a trio of options that get the Christmas spirit going. A film covers both subjects courtesy of several Vanessa Hugdenses. Yes, Christmas came early. That being said, it's another mild week for Netflix. Is Netflix purposely slowing down its releases as the holidays approach, or is it running out of content? If the contents do run out, it is time to re-supply the bunker at the end of the world and stock up on shotgun shells because we are all going mad.
All titles will debut on Friday, November 13th, unless otherwise noted. The following was posted on Netflix last week.
If you're looking for even more hand-picked recommendations, we have plenty. If you want to see the best of what's coming out on Netflix in November, here are our editors picks for Netflix's November Releases and All That Comes on Service in the Month.
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The Crown, Season 4
Season 4 is already hailed as the best season of decadent drama as Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) clashes with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and the series steps into the glorious 1980s. But the biggest addition to the characters' cast is Princess Diana (Emma Corrin), who will marry Prince Charles (Josh O & # 39; Connor) this season. This is Colman's final season as Queen; Imelda Staunton will take on the role in the series' final two seasons. (Sunday November 15th)
The Princess Switch 2: switched again
Are you ready for another round of Vanessa Hudgens' American accent? Well you still get it. The vacation movie rom-com returns with a sequel in which an ordinary woman again swaps places with a similar duchess so they can each have romantic relationships with men who don't know who they actually are because this is a movie and such is it you go into these kind of movies. But wait, there's more! Since this is a sequel, a third lookalike, the Duchess' cousin, also played by Hudgens, is thrown into the equation to mess things up. It's like Orphan Black, but for tweens who love Christmas and princesses. (Trailer / Thursday, November 19)
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We are the champions, season 1
Boo on Normie Sport! Rainn Wilson (The Office) narrates these exotic sports documentaries that cover unusual competitions from around the world such as frog jumping and hot chilli pepper food. The series strikes this balance between "OMG this is a real sport anger?" and some great personal stories from athletes who compete and do it all around at good times. I've seen most of it and the cheese rolling episode is phenomenal. (Tuesday, November 17th)
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
Christmas will continue to be shoved down your throat until tinsel pops out of your ears in this family-friendly musical fantasy film starring Forest Whitaker as an inventor named Jeronicus Jangle who makes magical toys. Do you really need to hear more? (Pendant)
The life before us
Film legend Sophia Loren plays in this Italian film about a Holocaust survivor who takes in a young Senegalese refugee after trying to rob her, and boy, boy, I think that covers all of the basics of current drama. (Pendant)
The Minions of Midas, limited series
This Spanish film is based on a story by Jack London about a rich man who is told by a secret organization that someone will be randomly murdered if he does not pay. Things get complicated because, as we all know, rich people don't like to give up their money even when life is at stake. (Pendant)
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A visually stunning coming-of-age story from Japan about a young teenager who has to decide whether to keep his family traditions as a young adult. (Trailer / Tuesday, November 17th)
The Boss Baby: Back in Business, Season 4
The Boss Baby is CEO now, so he goes as the company goes. (Trailer / Tuesday, November 17th)
Kevin Hart: given zero f ** ks
Comedian Kevin Hart tries to make people laugh. He will? Turn on to find out. (Trailer / Tuesday, November 17th)
Bitter Daisies, Season 2
The first season of this Spanish crime series, in which a police officer tracked down the killer of a teenage girl, came out in 2018, so that's better good. (Trailer / Wednesday, November 11th)
Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas, Season 1
A guy who is Christmas Crazy is throwing the Christmas cheer over people's homes in this reality series. (Trailer / Thursday, November 19)
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