Netflix’s New Releases Coming in November 2023

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The latest feature from David Fincher, a big-budget drama series from Steven Knight and Shawn Levy, and an Oscar hopeful starring Annette Bening and Jodie Foster are among the standout new additions hitting Netflix in November.

With The Killer, Fincher reteams with Seven writer Andrew Kevin Walker to adapt the graphic novel written by Alexis Nolent. The film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival this year and debuts on Netflix on Nov. 10, stars Michael Fassbender as a shadowy unnamed assassin and features a cast that includes Arliss Howard, Charles Parnell, Gabriel Polanco, Kerry O’Malley, Emiliano Pernía, Sala Baker, Sophie Charlotte and Tilda Swinton.

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The Hollywood Reporter‘s review of The Killer described the film as “a satisfyingly retro, location-hopping genre exercise with fisticuffs, gadgets (albeit ones bought from Amazon) and smooth-talking antagonists that all plays like a tongue-in-cheek spoof of James Bond movies.”

All the Light We Cannot See (Nov .2) is a series adaptation of Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer-winning World War II novel of the same name. Created and written by prolific British scribe Steven Knight (See, Peaky Blinders, Taboo, Great Expectations) the series is directed by the equally busy Shawn Levy (Stranger Things, Deadpool 3, The Adam Project). The four-part drama tells the story of a blind French girl and a German teen forced to join the Nazis and how their paths cross. Aria Mia Loberti, Mark Ruffalo, Hugh Laurie, Louis Hofmann and Lars Eidinger star in the series.

Also debuting this month on Netflix is Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin’s Nyad (Nov. 3). The film, which premiered to strong reviews at Telluride Film Festival, is a dramatic retelling of Diana Nyad’s history-making swim from Cuba to Florida at age 64. Starring Bening, Foster and Rhys Ifans the film is notable for being the first narrative feature from the Oscar-winning directors behind Free Solo.

Other Netflix original films to look out for are George C. Wolfe’s rousing biopic Rustin (Nov. 17), which stars an electric Colman Domingo as the underappreciated civil rights hero Bayard Rustin; and Matthew Heineman’s doc American Symphony (Nov. 27), which follows musician Jon Batiste and his life partner, Suleika Jaouad, through a year of professional highs and personal lows.

Movies that have been added to Netflix in November include 13 Going on 30, The Addams Family, The Big Lebowski, The Change-Up, Desperado, Downsizing, Drag Me to Hell, Madea’s Family Reunion, The Mummy (2017), Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, Pitch Perfect, The Scorpion King, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Sixteen Candles, The Social Network, Ted 2 and Whiplash.

Missed what came to Netflix last month? Check out the October 2023 additions here.

Read on for the complete list of titles hitting Netflix this November.

Nov. 1

13 Going on 30
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
60 Days In: Season 5
The Addams Family
The Big Lebowski
The Change-Up
Drag Me to Hell
Love in the Wild:
Season 1
Madea’s Family Reunion

The Mummy (2017)
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
Pitch Perfect
The Scorpion King
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Sherlock Gnomes
Six Feet Under:
Seasons 1-5
Sixteen Candles
The Social Network
Ted 2
Season 3
Hurricane Season
Locked In (U.K.)
Mysteries of the Faith
Nuovo Olimpo
Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom (Germany)
Wingwomen (France)

Nov. 2

All the Light We Cannot See
Cigarette Girl (Indonesia)
Higuita: The Way of the Scorpion (Colombia)
Onimusha (Japan)
Unicorn Academy (Canada)

Nov. 3

Blue Eye Samurai
Daily Dose of Sunshine
Erin & Aaron: Season 1
Ferry: The Series
Selling Sunset:
Season 7
The Tailor:
Season 3
Vacaciones de verano

Nov. 4

The Amazing Race: Season 17
The Amazing Race:
Season 31
Insidious: The Red Door
Lopez vs. Lopez:
Season 1

Nov. 7

Face Off: Seasons 4-5
The Improv: 60 and Still Standing

Nov. 8

The Billionaire, the Butler and the Boyfriend (France)
The Claus Family 3 (Belgium)
Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld (Germany)
Escaping Twin Flames
Robbie Williams

Nov. 9

Akuma Kun (Japan)
Temple of Film: 100 Years of the Egyptian Theatre

Nov. 10

At the Moment (Taiwan)
The Killer
Team Ninja Warrior:
Season 2

Nov. 11

Laguna Beach: Season 3

Nov. 14

Criminal Code (Brazil)
How to Become a Mob Boss
The Netflix Cup: Swing to Survive

Nov. 15

Feedback (Poland)
First Wives Club: Seasons 1-3
Matt Rife: Natural Selection
Million Dollar Decorators:
Season 1

Nov. 16

Best. Christmas. Ever!
The Crown:
Season 6 Part 1 (U.K.)
Downton Abbey
In Love and Deep Water
Lone Survivor

Nov. 17

All-Time High (France)
Believer 2 (Korea)
CoComelon Lane
The Dads
The Queenstown Kings
(South Africa)
Sagrada Familia:
Season 2 (Spain)
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off
Stamped from the Beginning

Nov. 20

Shahs of Sunset: Seasons 1-2

Nov. 21


Nov. 22

Crime Diaries: The Celebrity Stylist (Colombia)
High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America: Season 2
Squid Game: The Challenge

Nov. 23

Love Island USA: Season 3
My Daemon
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 6

Nov. 24

A Nearly Normal Family (Sweden)
Doi Boy (Thailand)
I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me (Mexico)
Last Call for Istanbul (Turkey)
My Demon (Korea)
Wedding Games (Brazil)

Nov. 27

Go Dog Go: Season 4

Nov. 28

Comedy Royale (Korea)
Love Like a K-Drama (Japan)
Onmyoji (Japan)
Verified Stand-Up

Nov. 29

American Symphony
Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife

Nov. 30

The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday
Family Switch
Hard Days
School Spirits:
Season 1
Virgin River:
Season 5 Part 2

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