Get Comfy—This Is What Everyone Will Be Watching on Netflix in November
After a busy Halloween weekend, you'll want to spend some time lounging and recharging in the comfort of your own home. What better way recover and relax than binge-watching a new show on Netflix? Grab some friends or your S.O. and plan a much-deserved night in. All you need is a bottle of wine and some popcorn; Netflix will handle the rest. There's a slew of new shows set to stream on Netflix this November. Here's what's new and noteworthy (and what's getting the boot), according to Harper's Bazaar.
Spooky Shows and Scary Movies
In case you didn't get your fill of chilling features in October, you'll want to stream Oculus, The Veil, Piranha, or Darkness Rising. For something a little lighter, rewatch Casper or indulge in the classic flick Scary Movie (it's so bad it's good).
Action and Adventure
Get your heart pumping with an action-packed film like Chappie, Hickok, Michael Clayton, Tracers, or Marvel's The Punisher. If you're looking for crime-filled adventure, check out The Whole Nine Yards and All About the Money. Men in Black, a Will Smith classic, will also be making its Netflix debut.
If it's drama and conflict you're after, stream 42, The Reader, Where the Day Takes You, Alias Grace, The Journey Is the Destination, or Eventual Salvation. For a good tearjerker, you want to watch The Pursuit of Happyness or Field of Dreams.
Comedies and Light-Hearted Flicks
Escape reality for a bit while you watch one of these entertaining shows. Get nostalgic with Charlotte's Web and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed or fall in love with To Rome With Love and The Details. For newer shows, you want to see Cherry Pop and The Boss Baby.
Sadly, Netflix can't make room for new shows without removing some of your favorites. It's time to say goodbye to Christmas With the Kranks, Twilight, The Heartbreak Kid, The Break-Up, and all nine seasons of How I Met Your Mother (gasp!).
Head to Harper's Bazaar for the full list of shows and movies coming to and leaving Netflix this November, and read about the seven Netflix documentaries that will change your life next.