Princess Diana, Godzilla vs. King Kong and the other series in November

Princess Diana, Godzilla vs. King Kong and the other series in November
Princess Diana, Godzilla vs. King Kong and the other series in November

“The Crown” (The Crown, Season 6, Part 1 November 16 on Netflix)

The first portion of the end of the most expensive historical drama for the British royal family. The final is in December.

“Monarch: Legacy of Monsters” (Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, from November 17 on Apple TV+)

The first series of the “Universe of monsters”, with Godzilla and King Kong, will tell us about the secret organization “Monarch”, which deals with the study of giant monsters. One of the main roles is played by Kurt Russell, and in his young version is his son Wyatt.

“All the Light We Cannot See” (from November 2 on Netflix)

The film is an adaptation of Anthony Dorr’s historical novel “All Our Invisible World”, for which the writer received the Pulitzer Prize. Directed by Stephen Knight (“Sharp Roofs”) and produced by Sean Levy (“Stranger Things”).

The series is dedicated to the intertwined destinies of a blind French girl and a German soldier during the Second World War. Debutante Aria Mia Loberti and Louis Hoffman from the Darkness series star.

They are joined by Mark Ruffalo (“Avengers”) and Hugh Laurie (do I really have to explain who he is?! Okay, the mouse’s stepfather Stewart Little and, by the way, Doctor House).

“Invincible” (from November 3 on Amazon Prime Video)

Continuation of the sensational series about the son of the most powerful superhero in the world, who tries in every way not to resemble his father.

Lawmen: Bass Reeves (from November 5 on Paramount+)

Another addition to Taylor Sheridan’s neo-western universe “Yellowstone”. It tells the story of the first black sheriff in US history. After the Civil War, Bass Reeves sided with the law in the Indian territories and in his 32-year career rounded up more than 3,000 criminals without even being wounded once.

Well, they shoot his hat a few times and his belt once. It stars David Oyelowo and also stars Dennis Quaid and Donald Sutherland.

Culprits (November 8 on Disney+)

At the center of the plot of the crime thriller by Jonathan Blakeson, author of the black comedy “I Care a Lot” with Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage, is a gang of robbers who start dying one after another. Actors include Nathan Scott-Jarrett, Gemma Atherton and Eddie Izzard.

“Pirates” (The Buccaneers, from November 8 on Apple TV+)

Adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winner Edith Watson’s unfinished novel of the same name about a group of young American women who find themselves in London’s high society in the 1870s. In 1995 there was already a series based on the same book with Carla Gugino and Mira Sorvino. The new version stars Christine Forsett (“Looking for Alaska”), Alicia Bowe (“13 Reasons Why”), Jodi Tota (“The Champions”) and Christina Hendricks (“Mad Men”).

“The Curse” (November 10 on Paramount+)

Comedy series by Nathan Fielder (“The Rehearsal”) and Benny Safdie (“Good Times”, “Uncut Gems”) in which newlyweds (the wife is Emma Stone and the husband is Fielder himself) try to host a “charity show” and in the same time to conceive, but in both cases they are hindered (according to them) by being cursed.

“For All Mankind” (Season 4 November 10 on Apple TV+)

A continuation of the dramatic story in the alternative history genre, where the Russians land on the moon before the Americans, and the space race is not over at all. Actions in the new series take place on Mars in 2003.

“A Murder at the End of the World” (November 14 on Hulu, moved from late August)

The creators of the series “OA” (kind of like “A real angel”) Britt Marling and Zal Batmanglij take out the knives. At the center of the plot is the young amateur detective Darby Hart (Emma Corinne from “The Crown”). Along with eight other people, she receives an invitation to an event from a mysterious billionaire inmate (Clive Owen, by the way). Of course, one of the attendees is found dead and Darby must use all his efforts to get to the truth.

“Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” (Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, from November 17 on Netflix)

An animated adaptation of Brian Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim comic book series, voiced by Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and others who starred in the 2010 feature film.

“Fargo” (Fargo, season 5, November 22 on Hulu)

Fifth season of the series inspired by the cult film of the Coen brothers. It is dedicated to a typical (at least in appearance) American housewife, whose mysterious past suddenly interests the local authorities. Among the main actors are Juno Temple (“Ted Lasso”), Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”), Jennifer Jason Leigh (“The Hateful Eight”), Joe Curry (“Stranger Things”) and Lamarne Morris (“The Newbie”).

Doctor Who (Doctor Who special episodes 2023, from 25 November BBC One and Disney+)

The three-episode run to mark the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who sees the return of Russell T Davies, who brought the series back to screen in 2005, as well as actor David Tennant, who played the tenth Doctor. In the new episodes, it is explained that he is the one playing the 14th, but he just has the same appearance. In addition, on the screen we will again see Catherine Tate in the role of his companion Donna Noble.
Faraway Downs (November 26 on Disney+)
An extended six-episode version of Buz Lerman’s 2008 film Australia, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman. The plot is dedicated to the love of the English aristocrat Sarah Ashley and the shepherd Drover in Australia in the 1930s.

The Artful Dodger (November 29 on Hulu)

Another historical drama from Australia, but from the 1950s. Sort of like a sequel to or related to Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. Former pickpocket Jake Dawkins is sent to Australia and finds his calling as a surgeon. But his new life is threatened by the actions of “funny old gentleman” Fagan. Starring Thomas Brody-Sangster and David Thewlis.

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