November is finally upon us and that means one thing: the holidays are effectively here. With Christmas just around the corner, streaming services are starting to hand out their festive offerings, and for this year, Netflix has a collection to offer. But to add to this, subscribers can look forward to plenty of anime series, documentaries, live sports and even promising dramas. Here’s what you should be watching on Netflix in November.
All the light we can’t see – Nov. 2
This war drama follows a blind French teenager, her uncle and a German soldier during the height of the Nazi occupation of France in World War II. With Mark Ruffalo in the cast, this series will be an emotional and moving one.
Onimusha – Nov. 2
This anime series is an adaptation of Capcom’s franchise and is the next part of the streamer’s extensive video game-related slate.
Blue Eye Samurai – 3 November
This anime series follows a mixed-race samurai seeking revenge during Edo period Japan. The lead roles are played by an impressive cast, including Randall Park, Brenda Song, Maya Erskine, Darren Barnet and George Takei.
Robbie Williams – November 8
This documentary series explores the life of the British pop star and former Take That member and captures his 30-year career.
The Netflix Cup – Nov. 14
Netflix is testing the waters of live sports coverage by bringing together Formula One drivers and PGA Tour golfers for a star-studded team golf event.
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off – Nov. 17
In this anime adaptation of the graphic novel, the cast from the live action film reprise their roles to retell the story of Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers and the seven Evil Exes.
Squid Game: The Challenge – Nov. 22
The biggest show Netflix has ever made sees hundreds of competitors compete for a $4.56 million cash prize by completing various tasks based on the hit series.
Eliminated – Nov. 30
The makers of Cobra Kai shift from the dojo to high-stakes action, in this comedy series in which a pair of elite special forces agents are tasked with saving the world hours after a very, very tough night out in Las Vegas.
The Killer – Nov. 10
Michael Fassbender plays a vengeful hitman battling his own sanity in this action-packed film set across the globe.
Best. Christmas. Ever! – November 16
Heather Graham headlines this holiday film about a woman trying to discover the truth about another woman’s perfect Christmas lifestyle. Jason Biggs also stars in this vacation film.
Leo – Nov. 21
Adam Sandler plays an animated elderly lizard who helps several children navigate school life in this silly and charming family film.
Family Switch – Nov. 30
Jennifer Garner and Emma Meyers direct this family film about two women who switch bodies after a chance encounter with an astrology reader.