Still On Netflix This November!
We're finally saying farewell to November in a day or two, which is why now is the best time to enjoy the current movie listings on Netflix right now! Check out the shows we loved watching over and over again:
This is the new show Netflix is betting on. The new Netflix original series is based on dark Marvel character, Jessica Jones and going by the first looks of it is going to be new dark and badass cousin of Daredevil! It arrives November, so mark your calendars!
This documentary is about exactly what makes our social media driven lives bizarre and amazing! Two sisters separated by birth re-connect because of Youtube and we are taken on that journey with them.
This is the documentary you should be watching this month. It’s the eye opening account of American Troops trying to evacuate South Vietnamese at an impending North Vietnamese capture of Saigon.
Manga and animation lovers are in for a treat as Netflix diversifies its anime repertoire.
Who doesn’t love a little classic Spongebob Squarepants and doesn’t want to go looking for king Neptune’s stolen crown at Bikini Bottom? Of course, we all do!
Up for some comedy? Aziz Ansari brings out his best cards in this Netflix original series that released on November 6th and this looks refreshing by the trailers.
Talking about comedy the other promising looking show premiering on November 13th will have Bob Odenkirk and David Cross and will be focusing on sketch style.
Other than the new additions, sadly there will be a lot of titles we are saying goodbye to this month again because that is also like a monthly ritual on Netflix remember. That also means you have little time left to catch up on these gems before they become extinct on the streaming facilities. Here are a few worth the mention who will be seeing their last on Netflix:
> The Last Waltz
> Batman And Robin
> Three Kings
> Shanghai Noon
Images: Screenrant, Allmusic | MYC Writer: Soma DuttaSubscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles
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