What Time Will ‘The King’ be on Netflix

The King is available to stream on Netflix on Friday the 1st of November.

As we end October, we can now look forward to what November will provide us on Netflix. One of the biggest titles to arrive tomorrow, Friday the 1st of November is The King. But what time will The King be on Netflix? Let’s find out.

The King is an upcoming Netflix Original historical drama based on the Henriad plays of William Shakespeare. Over the course of history, the Henriad plays have only been adapted three times, four if you include the Netflix adaptation. BBC’s, The Holly Crown, was arguably the biggest production, as it covered the entire tetralogy, but with the addition of The King, visually, this could be the best adaptation yet. The Original has been directed by David Michôd, his second Netflix Original after War Machine.

Hal, the wayward prince, and reluctant heir to the English throne has turned his back on royal life and is living among the people. But when his tyrannical father dies, Hal is crowned King Henry V and is forced to embrace the life he had previously tried to escape. Now the young king must navigate the palace politics, chaos and war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life including his relationship with his closest friend and mentor, the aging alcoholic knight, John Falstaff.


What time will The King be on Netflix?

The following timetable is what time The King is available to stream in your region:

Time ZoneTime available to stream
Pacific Standard Time12:00 AM
Mountain Standard Time1:00 AM
Central Standard Time2:00 AM
Eastern Standard Time3:00 AM
British Daylight Savings Time7:00 AM
Central European Time08:00 AM
Eastern European Time09:00 AM
India Standard Time12:30 PM
Japan Standard Time16:00 PM
Australian Eastern Time17:00 PM
New Zealand Day Light Time20:00 PM

American daylight savings time doesn’t come into effect until Sunday, 3rd November. This means for just one week some regions will receive the latest titles one hour earlier than usual.

As you can see Netflix releases all of the latest releases from PST (Pacific Standard Time). This means for anyone on the other side of the world, such as Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, you will receive the latest titles for later in the day.


What are the early ratings for The King?

At the time of writing, the ratings for The King have been very mixed.

On Metacritic, based on the reviews thirty-three critics, The King has a rating of 62 out of 100. Critics have been divided amongst each other with some hailing the film as an “epic period piece”, while others have found it incredibly boring.

Out of 90 critics on Rotten Tomatoes, sixty-four gave The King a fresh rating.

For a film that hasn’t been released to wider audiences. it’s surprising that IMDb has over 800 user ratings for The King. The current score stands at 7.0 out of 10.

In comparison, the Rotten Tomatoes user rating stands at a modest 85%, but only has 39 user reviews. On occasion, some IMDb members have categorically bombed films before they’ve even watched them, so never take its rating as gospel.


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