10 best new movies on Netflix in November

10 best new movies on Netflix in November

By Valentina Tuta

November has finally arrived, and we can now enjoy those titles that may have been announced since the second half of this year. As you will see, for this month, Netflix is offering a feast of content with some downright delicious movies and specials throughout November to take us through Thanksgiving and beyond.

Netflix is full of surprises!

Without a doubt, the platform is preparing a lot of varied content ranging from action to immersive drama to gentle moments to charming comedies and more.

Whether you’re looking for something intense, informative, or romantic, Netflix has you covered with plenty to be thankful for. So read on for the streamer’s best new movies coming this November.

Enola Holmes 2

At long last comes the highly anticipated sequel to the 2020 Netflix original mystery film that takes us back to the world of the younger sister of the famous Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes, Enola, who officially began a career as a detective for hire.

However, being a female detective in a patriarchal society isn’t easy, as Enola struggles to find clients willing to trust a girl to solve their mysteries. 

But when a case finally presents itself, Enola is challenged like never before, as she is forced to navigate dangerous and exciting parts of London to help a penniless match girl find her missing sister, forcing her to seek help from friends and… her brother Sherlock.

The Wonder

This is a period drama and a Netflix original that follows nurse Lib Wright as she travels from England to a remote village in Ireland in 1862 to observe a girl who hasn’t eaten for months.

Thus, Lib tries to get to the bottom of how her patient has miraculously survived without sustenance for so long while her own demons haunt her. In addition to Pugh, The Wonder also features Tom Burke, Kla Lord Cassidy, Elaine Cassidy, Caolán Byrne, Niamh Algar, Toby Jones, and more. So be sure to check out their work in this captivating film this month, only on Netflix.

Falling for Christmas

Sierra Belmont is a newly engaged young heiress who, after an unfortunate skiing accident, loses her memory and is left in the care of widower Jake and his daughter Avy in the days leading up to Christmas

Will the influence of handsome cabin owner Jake and his family and friends be enough to help the spoiled amnesiac regain her memory, or could their influence lead to something even more magical (love, of course)?

This is a Netflix original Christmas romantic comedy you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in as soon as it premieres.

The Swimmers

A poignant bio-drama about Yusra Mardini, a young Syrian swimmer who flees her home country with her sister Sara in 2015. 

Nonetheless, their escape to Germany is complicated when the engine of the boat carrying them and 18 other migrants from Turkey to Greece stops working, leading the sisters to take on the responsibility of dragging the boat and its passengers across the Aegean Sea.

This is the inspiring true story of two sisters’ journey from danger to heroism and, ultimately, even to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Is that black enough for you?

Directed by cultural critic and historian Elvis Mitchell, this Netflix original documentary traces the evolution and revolution of film noir. Here, Mitchell takes viewers through the history of film noir, from its origins to where it stands today, with a particular focus on the shocking and innovative films of the 1970s.

If that wasn’t enough, the work includes archival footage and exclusive interviews with the key figures of this movement, such as Samuel L. Jackson, Billy Dee Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, Laurence Fishburne, Harry Belafonte, Margaret Avery and more, “Is That Black Enough for You?” It’s a must-see for all lovers of American film, history, and pop culture.

The Noel Diary

The Noel Diary is a Netflix original romantic comedy-drama about a novelist named Jason (Justin Hartley) who returns to his childhood home for Christmas to settle his estranged mother’s estate.

Nevertheless, when his efforts lead to the discovery of an old diary, he has the opportunity to not only learn more about his own past but also to help Rachel, a woman who has come to town in search of her birth mother. Will his search for the diary’s author, the titular Noel, be the path to answers and love?

Trevor Noah: I wish you would

This is Netflix’s latest great stand-up comedy special, filmed in Toronto at the Scotiabank Arena. Here, the Emmy and Grammy-nominated comedian talks about everything from his revelations about learning the German language to badmouthing the dead and his passion for curry. Join in on all the hilarity and brilliance by streaming this entertaining new hour of Trevor Noah’s comedy this month, only on Netflix.

Christmas with you

This Netflix original Christmas romantic comedy tells the story of a pop star who feels exhausted and therefore decides to seek inspiration to create a Christmas hit to get her out of the routine. 

Thus, her greatest yearning to leave the routine leads her to travel to a small town in New York to fulfill the Christmas wish of a young fan. In doing so, she hopes to revitalize her career, all while helping her fan and maybe even finding an unexpected romance along the way.


The movie that will bring fun for the whole family this Thanksgiving season This film tells the story of a daring young orphan girl who, after finding a secret map, embarks on an epic adventure through the dream world of Slumberland.

With the help of larger-than-life outlaw Flip (Jason Momoa), she traverses dreams and nightmares to find a precious pearl that will grant her greatest wish: to see her late father (Kyle Chandler) again.

Lost Bullet 2

The second installment of the French-language action-crime thriller picks up where the first film left off, after Charras’ death. Now that Lino has cleared his name, the mechanical genius has teamed up with Julia to form a new narcotics unit and is using his new position to help him find and exact revenge on the corrupt cops who murdered his brother and mentor. Follow Lino’s relentless pursuit of revenge and justice in this high-octane Netflix original movie.