Netflix Originals Coming to Netflix in November 2019

Netflix has a big November 2019 ready for you with some massive Netflix Originals returning and debuting. This ongoing preview will look at the Netflix Originals that are coming to Netflix in November 2019.

As the year draws to a close and the evenings become colder and wetter, Netflix has your back in filling up the evenings.

We can also expect to start seeing some Christmas titles dropping in November but as of the initial time of publishing, we only have one of the dates for the announced Christmas titles. We’re also listing all the Netflix Originals scheduled for December 2019 too.

This list is still pretty early so expect it to grow as the months go by.

Please note: the full list of Netflix releases throughout November 2019 will likely be available in the final two weeks of October 2019. This doesn’t reflect the full list, only those that have been announced. 


American Son

Netflix Release Date: November 1st

Based on the broadway play of the same name which has been well-regarded, this drama is about parents seeking answers regarding their missing boy. Among the stars for the upcoming movie is Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan, and Eugene Lee.

With the exception of stand-up and musical performances, this is Netflix’s first big dabble into Broadway.


Atypical (Season 3)

Netflix Release Date: November 1st

Atypical is one of the Netflix comedies that still flies remarkably under many people’s radars.

The series follows a young man on the autism spectrum who is moving on from high school into college going into season 3.


Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!

Netflix Release Date: November 1st

Queer Eye has become the most prolific reality series that Netflix produces and in November, they’re headed out for a special mini-series.

The fab five are flying across the Pacific Ocean on the way to Japan to help more people change their lives.


The King

Netflix Release Date: November 1st

Starring Timothée Chalamet, Edgerton, Sean Harris, Lily-Rose Depp, Robert Pattinson, and Ben Mendelsohn, this historical drama epic arrives on the first of the month.

It’ll take us back through the ages and sees a young boy crowned king after his father’s death. The movie is based on several plays from William Shakespeare.


She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Season 4)

Netflix Release Date: November 5th

Another season of the Dreamworks series based on She-Ra is returning in early November.


The End of the F***ing World (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: November 5th

The surprise British hit series that landed on Netflix nearly two years ago is returning in November with a second outing.

The dark comedy will see the return of our lovable misfits who will likely be headed on another adventure.

All regions outside the United Kingdom will stream this title with Channel 4 carrying it in the UK.


Busted! (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: November 8th

Korean and Japanese reality series have gone down a treat with Netflixers across the globe which is why many have been awaiting the return of the celebrity Cluedo-Esque gameshow, Busted!.

Season 2 is set to arrive on November 8th and we’ve got more in our preview here.


Green Eggs and Ham (Season 1)

Netflix Release Date: November 8th

It’s going to be a big month for new kids content in November which is likely down to the fact Netflix’s biggest competitor in the genre comes online in the form of Disney+.

This adaptation of the classic Dr. Suess book sees an all-star cast reprise roles in an animated adventure that looks fantastic.


Earthquake Bird

Netflix Release Date: November 15th

Alicia Vikander and Riley Keough – Picture: Getty Images

This is a mystery drama that’s being written and directed by Wash Westmoreland and is based on the novel of the same name. A big cast is lined up for this title including Alicia Vikander who is hot off her appearance on Tomb Raider. The movie also features Riley Keough, Naoki Kobayashi, and Jack Huston.

The premise of the movie is about a young woman living in Tokyo becoming the prime suspect in a murder after a love triangle is revealed.


Klaus (2019)

Netflix Release Date: November 15th

One of the first Christmas movies to debut on Netflix this year is the animated title, Klaus. The Spanish animated feature for kids is also getting a limited cinema release in November too.

Here’s the official description of the new movie as provided by Netflix:

A young postman and a reclusive toymaker become unlikely friends in “Klaus,” an animated Santa Claus origin story by the co-creator of “Despicable Me.”


Llama Llama (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: November 15th

Netflix’s animated kids title Llama Llama first premiered back in January 2018 and is reportedly scheduled to return on November 15th.

The series depicts the adventures of Llama Llama and his mother.


The Toys That Made Us (Season 3)

Netflix Release Date: November 15th

The docu-series that takes a look back at the golden age of toys and collectibles returns in November for another four episodes of nostalgia goodness.


The Crown (Season 3)

Netflix Release Date: November 17th

The Crown is essentially getting rebooted for its third season but will be picking up after where seasons 1 and 2 left off. A refreshed cast list has meant that we’ve had to wait slightly longer than normal for new seasons of The Crown but the wait ends mid-November.

Olivia Colman takes up the role of Queen Elizabeth who will continue her reign throughout seasons 3 and 4. Expect Netflix’s most polished show to continue its fantastic run thus far.


High Seas (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: November 22nd

Spanish period drama High Seas first sailed onto Netflix earlier this year in May 2019 and is going to be seeing its second season added towards the end of November.

The mystery series is about two sisters who are traveling via a luxury cruise ship from Spain to Brazil back in the 1940s and become embroiled in conspiracies as multiple deaths occur on the ship.


The Dragon Prince (Season 3)

Netflix Release Date: November 27th

The release date for The Dragon Prince was announced at New York Comic Con 2019 where a few posters and additional details were announced.

We also got word that the series future looks strong with a potential seven seasons planned in total.


The Irishman

Netflix Release Date: November 27th

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Netflix is bringing us the goods when it comes to big blockbuster movies. Directed by Martin Scorsese and featuring big names such as Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, we’ll see the life story of Frank Sheeran. The hitman and WW2 vet reflects on his time as a mobster throughout the movie.

We’ve got plenty more information on the upcoming movie in our The Irishman movie preview.


The Chosen One (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: TBD

THE CHOSEN ONE

The Chosen One is a brand new Brazillian Netflix Original which is doing tremendously well in both its home country and abroad.

The premise of the series is that three doctors venture into a cult where the leader appears to have powers on reducing and eliminating illnesses.


Other Netflix November 2019 Releases

  • A Little Bit Pregnant – Variety Reality Show starring Danielle Brookes (OiTNB) – TBD
  • Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj is scheduled to return for volume 5 in November 2019.
  • Hache (Season 1) – Spanish thriller series – November 1st
  • Hello Ninja (Season 1) – New kids animated series – November 1st
  • We Are the Wave (Season 1) – German drama series – November 1st

Rumored November 2019 Release Dates

  • A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby has been pegged for a November release date but no official date as of yet.