Here is a list of the best TV shows and movies which are coming to Netflix in November 2022

It will not take Netflix a moment to bombard its subscribers with Christmas movies in November like a department store pulls out its winter holiday items weeks before All Hallows’ Eve does. Netflix isn’t going to let anything like the calendar stop it from doing that. Having said that, the streamer’s exclusive holiday rom-coms aren’t all that bad — in fact, they’re quite the opposite (you can consider this your friendly reminder to finally watch “Single All The Way” this holiday season).

The good news is, if films like “Falling for Christmas” (aka the long-awaited Lindsay Lohan Netflix Christmas movie) aren’t your cup of tea, there are a ton of other options that you can choose from on the service that month as well. It may be better for you to watch “Slumberland” by Francis Lawrence, a fantasy film adaptation of Winsor McCay’s classic comic strip “Little Nemo in Slumberland,” starring Jason Momoa as a shaggy-furred half-human, half-animal character with horns like a mountain goat and an impeccably flamboyant sense of fashion? In addition to the new seasons of “Warrior Nun” and “The Crown,” perhaps the third and final episodes of “Dead to Me” would also be a good option.

If you are in the mood for something informative, like “Is That Black Enough for You?!?” (Elvis Mitchell’s documentary about the history of Black cinema, focusing on the 1970s), you can find that in “R.I.P.D.” there are many options to choose from. “R.I.P.D. 2: Rise of the Damned” (Paul Leyden’s spiritual follow-up to the infamous Ryan Reynolds/Jeff Bridges bomb “R.I.P.D.,” which exists and has a trailer to prove it), you have a lot of options for you to choose from. We’d like to take a closer look at some of the other titles we’ll be seeing in the near future.


While making “Oblivion”, Tom Cruise performed only mildly life threatening stunts like riding motorcycles at full speed and sat on the edge of a mountain peak in Iceland with an 800 foot drop, during which time he was content to perform only mildly life-threatening stunts as he did in the movie. Besides having a relatively modest box office return (it made $286.2 million on a $120 million budget), the movie also does not often receive the kind of praise it deserves among the other projects Cruise has made in what I would call Cruise’s “Get the shot or die trying” phase of his career because it has relatively modest box office returns.

Aside from playing the role of Jack Harper in “Oblivion”, Cruise is the literal last human being on the planet after it was destroyed in a war against alien invaders, which led humanity to flee to a moon of Saturn (or so Jack believes — hint, hint). As the first movie in Cruise’s career, “Top Gun: Maverick” was directed by Joseph Kosinski, who had originally created the movie as a comic book before partnering with Cruise. The movie “Oblivion” has some flaws in terms of the story, but it’s still visually stunning and as well-crafted as any other film Kosinski has ever directed. In addition to that, it serves as a love letter to such classic sci-fi movies as “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “THX-1138,” to the point that you can make quite a fun game out of trying to spot the homages while watching it.

Enola Holmes 2

The first “Enola Holmes” was scheduled to be released theatrically by Warner Bros. before the pandemic caused Netflix to pick the film up instead. The fact that Sherlock Holmes has been getting half a million movies and TV shows makes it seem reasonable that his sister Enola ought to also receive a second film. The spirited teen girl detective romp arrived on Netflix in the fall of 2020, and it did so well with viewers that it did so well that it earned a follow-up on Netflix, a very successful season.

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A sequel to the popular film “Enola Holmes” is set in the olde London where Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) is attempting to run her own detective agency. As Enola is preparing to close her office, she is contacted by Sherlock (Henry Cavill, as hunky as ever) to take on a case that involves unraveling a massive conspiracy with his help. Enola’s new adventure is being directed by Harry Bradbeer and written by Jack Thorne, so there is a great deal of hope that they will succeed in bringing back the magic of the first “Enola Holmes” film while also digging deep into the political overtones of the plot (which is itself inspired by real-life events), while at the same time maintaining the same liveliness as its predecessor.

My Father’s Dragon

Cartoon Saloon has been producing some of the most amazing animated films over the past two decades, including “The Secret of Kells” and “Wolfwalkers”. In addition, the studio did the background work for Mamoru Hosoda’s acclaimed animated film “Belle” just recently. It’s important to pay attention to the studio’s latest effort, “My Father’s Dragon” because that’s enough reason to watch it out for a while.

In the movie My Father’s Dragon, the story of a young boy named Elmer Elevator (Jacob Tremblay) follows him as he sets out to find the magical island of Wild Island. A magical place with talking cats (Whoopi Goldberg), a dragon named Boris (Gaten Matarazzo), and a host of other fantastical creatures, he embarks on an adventure he could never have imagined. The movie is an adaptation of Ruth Stiles Gannett’s 1948 book of the same name, “My Father’s Dragon”. /Film’s Sarah Bea Milner has been praising the film, which has been receiving top marks from critics on the festival circuit, praising its charming hand-drawn aesthetic, its imaginative setting, and the myth-like narrative structure. The film is directed by Nora Twomey (“The Breadwinner”) and written by Meg LeFauve (“Inside Out”). In short, it’s safe to say that animation buffs will definitely want to keep an eye out for this one.

The Wonder

“The Essex Serpent” was released earlier this year, and if you had not watched it (in fact, I would venture to say most people did not watch it) you would be forgiven (in fact, I am sure most people did not watch it). Developed by Anna Symon, this Apple TV+ series is a gripping Gothic tale of love, mystery, and intrigue that explores the battle between faith and science. Why bring it up? It seems as though there will be a spiritual companion piece to the show as well, as directed by Sebastián Lelio’s movie called “The Wonder.”.

From the book “Room”, written by Emma Donoghue (who has also adapted the film’s script), Florence Pugh plays a 19th century nurse who travels to Ireland for the sole purpose of studying Anna O’Donnell, a girl whose Catholic family claims has managed to keep her alive and well since turning eleven four months ago. The movie stars Florence Pugh as a nurse who travels from England to Ireland to examine her. It has received quite a bit of praise from its festival screenings, with the film’s critic Chris Evangelista praising it as “suitably haunting” but at the same time also being “too light for its own good” in his review by /Film. Despite the fact that it might not be getting the same amount of attention as another Florence Pugh thriller earlier this year, “The Wonder” sounds like the superior of the two.


Does it seem necessary for us to have another “Addams Family” film? Of course not, but has it been a long time since Tim Burton, the co-director and executive producer of “Wednesday,” really hit the ground running? For sure, it has been quite some time. In spite of this, I was chuckling when I saw the trailer for “Smallville” creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar’s coming-of-age horror/comedy series, in which the namesake unleashed a bunch of piranhas on the bully who was harassing her brother, and the combination of talent and premise for this one is intriguing to me.

She continues to have an amazingly successful breakout year with co-staring in “Scream” and “X.” Jenny Ortega headlines Wednesday as the titular Addams Family daughter, reimagined as the high schooler who solves mysteries, acquires psychic powers, and fights monsters in the reimagining of her deadpan manner, sullen expression, and love of all things spooky and macabre in a new incarnation of her character. There are some of the leading stars in the show, including Luis Guzmán, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Fred Armisen, and Gwendoline Christie, who are attempting to satirize American society in a fresher and more creative way than some of the other recent adaptations of “Addams Family”. Our next step is to find out how well that approach is working for the series.

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