What’s new on Netflix Canada in November 2022

Highlights include season 5 of The Crown, Wednesday, Blockbuster, 1899, Enola Holmes 2, Slumberland, and Pepsi, Where's My Jet?

Imelda Staunton stars as Queen Elizabeth with Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Dominic West as Prince Charles in the firth season of The Crown, which depicts the most turbulent era of the Queen's reign in the 1990s. It premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, November 9 and, following calls for sensitivity given the Queen's death, will include a disclaimer the series is a fictionalized portrayal based on historical events. (Photo: Netflix)
Imelda Staunton stars as Queen Elizabeth with Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Dominic West as Prince Charles in the firth season of The Crown, which depicts the most turbulent era of the Queen's reign in the 1990s. It premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, November 9 and, following calls for sensitivity given the Queen's death, will include a disclaimer the series is a fictionalized portrayal based on historical events. (Photo: Netflix)

Every month, kawarthaNOW is the only local media source to bring you a list of what’s coming to Netflix Canada. Here are a few highlights of what’s coming to Netflix in November.

Two months after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, season five of the hit Netflix series The Crown arrives to depict the most turbulent era of her reign in the 1990s, including 1992 — the year the Queen described as the “annus horribilus” — when Prince Andrew divorced Sarah Ferguson, Princess Anne divorced Mark Phillips, Prince Charles and Princess Diana separated, one of the Queen’s favourite castles almost burned to the ground, and Prime Minister John Major announced plans to make the royals start paying income tax. Among other things, the series will also cover Diana’s infamous Panorama interview broadcast on the BBC in 1995.

Season five features all-new cast members, including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, and Jonny Lee Miller as John Major. It premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, November 9. Following previous controversy about the historical accuracy of the series and calls for sensitivity given the Queen’s death, Netflix will be adding a disclaimer to season five indicating the series is a fictionalized portrayal based on historical events.

VIDEO: “The Crown” season 5 trailer

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Also returning to Netflix is season three of Dead to Me, continuing the story of Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini), whose unlikely friendship began with a hit-and-run in season one and continues with another shocking crash. It comes to Netflix on Thursday, November 17th.

Wednesday is a new Netflix series from Tim Burton based on a character from The Addams Family, the early 20th-centry cartoon by Charles Addams that spawned multiple television series and films. Jenna Ortega stars as the smart and sarcastic Wednesday Addams, who investigates a murder spree while making new friends and foes as a student at Nevermore Academy. The supernaturally infused mystery series also stars Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman, Gwendoline Christie, Christina Ricci and more. It debuts on Wednesday (of course), November 23rd.

With no apparent sense of irony, Netflix is also releasing the new series Blockbuster. After learning he is operating the last Blockbuster video store in America, Timmy and his staff employees — including his long-time crush Eliza (Melissa Fumero) — fight to stay relevant. The only way to succeed is to remind their community that they provide something big corporations can’t: human connection. Blockbuster premieres on Thursday, November 3rd.

VIDEO: “Wednesday” trailer

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From the creators of the Netflix German science fiction thriller series Dark comes the new Netflix mystery-horror series 1899, which tells the story of a group of multinational immigrants aboard a ship to the New World who sail into a nightmare when they encounter a second ship adrift on the open sea. It comes to Netflix on Thursday, November 17th.

Enola Holmes returns to solve another mystery in the Netflix film Enola Holmes 2, starring Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) as the younger sister of the famous detective in a film based on the young adult fiction series of the same name by Nancy Springer. In the sequel, Enola takes on her first official case as a detective but, to solve the mystery of a missing girl, she’ll need help from friends and her brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill). Enola Holmes 2 premieres on Netflix on Friday, November 4.

The Netflix fantasy advanture film Slumberland, based on the comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland by Winsor McCay and from the director of the Hunger Games, stars Jason Momoa as Flip, an eccentric outlaw on a mission to help a young girl (Marlow Barkley) travel through dreams and flee nightmares in the hopes of reuniting with her father. Following a limited release in theatres the previous week, Slumberland premieres on Netflix on Friday, November 18.

VIDEO: “Slumberland” trailer

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New Netflix reality series include the cooking show Snack Vs. Chef (Nov. 30), where 12 chefs complete to re-create classic snacks and invent their own original treats for a $50,000 prize, and Mind Your Manners (Nov. 16), where world-renowned Chinese etiquette teacher Sara Jane Ho promises to do for manners what Japanese consultant Marie Kondo did for organizing.

The Netflix documentary Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? tells the story of the soft drink brand’s 1996 advertising campaign called “Pepsi Stuff,” where you could collect points to purchase merchandise — including the tongue-in-cheek claim you could even purchase a Harrier jet. Pepsi execs assumed the astronomical “price” of the military plane was set high enough to indicate it was a joke, but college student John Leonard saw it as a challenge, and decided to call their bluff. Enlisting the help (and funding) of mountaineering buddy Todd Hoffman, Leonard hashed out a plan to score the grandest prize of all, becoming the hero of a new generation. Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? comes to Netflix on Thursday, November 17th.

Of course, Christmas is around the corner so Netflix is releasing the usual slew of holiday films, including Falling for Christmas (Nov. 10), about a spoiled heiress who lands in the cozy care of a down-on-his-luck widower and his daughter after losing her memory in a skiing accident, Christmas with You (Nov. 17), about a pop star seeking inspiration for a hit holiday song who grants a young fan’s Christmas wish to meet her and finds a shot at true love along the way, Christmas on Mistletoe Farm (Nov. 23), about a widowed father who makes a bumpy adjustment to village life after inheriting while his kids hatch a plan to stay there forever, and The Noel Diary (Nov. 24), about a novelist cleaning out his childhood home at Christmas who meets a woman searching for her birth mother.

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VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in November 2022

Here’s the complete list of everything coming to Netflix Canada in November, along with what’s leaving.

 

Coming soon (no release date specified)

  • The Last Dolphin King (Netflix documentary) – This documentary traces the career of renowned Spanish dolphin trainer José Luis Barbero and the events leading up to his shocking death in 2015.

 

Tuesday, November 1

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 6 (Netflix family) – Join Gabby, Pandy and their kitty pals for more creative adventures in their magical dollhouse, where they play dress-up, become superheroes and more!
  • The Takeover (Netflix film) – Framed for murder after uncovering a privacy scandal, an ethical hacker must evade the police while trying to track down the criminals blackmailing her.
  • Young Royals: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Struggling to accept his newfound royal duties, Wilhelm fears his Crown Prince title will cost him everything he cares about.
  • A Bad Moms Christmas
  • A Quiet Place
  • Attack on Finland
  • The Big Short
  • The Captive
  • Death at a Funeral
  • Eddie the Eagle
  • Everybody Loves Raymond: Seasons 6-9
  • Fifty Shades Darker
  • The Firm
  • Get Out
  • The Imitation Game
  • Just Like Heaven
  • Madagascar
  • Open Water
  • Penelope
  • Red Dragon
  • Road to Perdition
  • Shrek
  • Shrek 2
  • Single White Female
  • The Sum of All Fears
  • Vampire Dog

 

Wednesday, November 2

  • The Final Score (Netflix series) – Based on the Andrés Escobar murder case, this series explores the complex link between pro soccer and drug cartels during the ’80s and ’90s in Colombia.
  • Killer Sally (Netflix documentary) – Interviews with friends, family and Sally McNeil herself chart a bodybuilding couple’s rocky marriage — and its shocking end in a Valentine’s Day murder.

 

Thursday, November 3

  • Blockbuster (Netflix series) – Timmy Yoon (Randall Park) Is an analog dreamer living in a 5G world. And after learning he is operating the last Blockbuster Video in America, Timmy and his staff employees — including his long-time crush Eliza (Melissa Fumero) — fight to stay relevant. The only way to succeed is to remind their community that they provide something big corporations can’t: human connection.
  • The Dragon Prince: Season 4 (Netflix family) – Two years later, as Claudia ventures deeper into the world of dark magic, Callum, Ezran and friends race to stop her from freeing the powerful Aaravos.
  • Panayotis Pascot: Almost (Netflix comedy) – French television darling Panayotis Pascot opens up about his love life and upbringing in this hilarious and touching comedy special.

 

Friday, November 4

  • Buying Beverly Hills (Netflix series) – Buying Beverly Hills is a new real estate occu-soap following the agents and clients within Mauricio Umansky’s The Agency in Beverly Hills, California. Mauricio, his daughters Farrah and Alexia, and the talented group of agents highlight the high stakes world of luxury real estate in Los Angeles.
  • Elesin Oba: The King’s Horseman (Netflix film) – After his king dies, a horseman must sacrifice himself to serve his ruler in the afterlife — but sudden distractions lead to unexpected tragedy.
  • Enola Holmes 2 (Netflix film) – Enola takes on her first official case as a detective, but to solve the mystery of a missing girl, she’ll need help from friends — and brother Sherlock.
  • The Fabulous (Netflix series) – Four best friends chase their dreams alongside fashion’s elite while juggling demanding jobs, romantic dilemmas and wild nights on the town.
  • Lookism (Netflix anime) – In a society that favours good looks, a high school outcast leads a double life switching between his two bodies that are polar opposites in appearance.
  • Manifest: Season 4 Part 1 (Netflix series) – Amid loss and misfortune, the Stone family and the Flight 828 passengers search for the true meaning behind their Callings as ominous signs linger.

 

Saturday, November 5

  • The Fall of the American Empire
  • Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste (Netflix documentary) – Sprung from San Francisco’s tech bubble and hailed by top health & wellness outlets as a path to fulfillment, OneTaste was a sexual wellness company that gained global notoriety through the teaching of a practice called “orgasmic meditation.” This investigative documentary employs access to 15 years of never-before-seen footage and interviews with former members to pull back the curtain on the organization and its controversial, enigmatic leader.

 

Monday, November 7

  • Deepa & Anoop: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Check in for another season of fun at Mango Manor! From sensational science experiments to mind-boggling magic tricks, the good times never stop.

 

Tuesday, November 8

  • Behind Every Star (Netflix series) – Agents at a talent management firm tackle strong personalities and office politics while keeping their celebrity clients happy and helping them shine.
  • The Claus Family 2 (Netflix film) – Santa’s one job? Deliver presents. But as Jules takes the reins from his Grandpa Noël, he receives a young girl’s letter with a special holiday wish.
  • Minions & More Volume 2
  • Neal Brennan: Blocks (Netflix comedy) – From the weird relationship humans have with dogs to how dating a model is like owning a dune buggy, Neal Brennan muses on his life in this stand-up special.
  • Triviaverse (Netflix special) – Highest score wins! Challenge a friend or beat a mysterious foe by answering random rapid-fire trivia questions on science, art, geography, and more.

 

Wednesday, November 9

  • The Crown: Season 5 (Netflix series) – Diana and Charles wage a media war. The monarchy’s role is up for debate. Welcome to the ’90s — and Queen Elizabeth II’s biggest challenge to date.
  • FIFA Uncovered (Netflix documentary) – From power struggles to global politics, an exploration of FIFA reveals the organization’s checkered history — and what it takes to host a World Cup.
  • The Soccer Football Movie (Netflix film) – Four young soccer superfans team up to help their idols regain their abilities after a scheming evil scientist steals their talent.

 

Thursday, November 10

  • Falling for Christmas (Netflix film) – After losing her memory in a skiing accident, a spoiled heiress lands in the cozy care of a down-on-his-luck widower and his daughter at Christmastime.
  • Lost Bullet 2 (Netflix film) – Having cleared his name, genius mechanic Lino has only one goal in mind: getting revenge on the corrupt cops who killed his brother and his mentor.
  • Love Never Lies: Destination Sardinia (Netflix series) – A new group of supposedly solid couples put their relationships to the test. In their pursuit of love and money, will the truth hurt or heal?
  • State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith (Netflix documentary) – This documentary tells the harrowing story of a woman trying to use Alabama’s Stand Your Ground law after killing a man she says brutally attacked her.
  • Warrior Nun: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Alongside new allies, Ava and the sisters of the Order band together and set out to take down a false prophet hell-bent on world domination.

 

Friday, November 11

  • Ancient Apocalypse (Netflix documentary) – Journalist Graham Hancock travels the globe hunting for evidence of mysterious, lost civilizations dating back to the last Ice Age.
  • Capturing the Killer Nurse (Netflix documentary) – This documentary reveals how investigators proved ICU nurse Charles Cullen was killing patients — and how close he came to getting away with murder.
  • Don’t Leave (Netflix film) – Semih’s girlfriend suddenly breaks up with him. In search of answers about their relationship, he must soon confront what he had long ignored.
  • Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Season 2: Down Under (Netflix series) – Zac and Darin take an eye-opening adventure across Australia, delving into its rich biodiversity and culture — and the efforts to protect both.
  • Is That Black Enough for You?!? (Netflix documentary) – Culture critic and historian Elvis Mitchell traces the evolution — and revolution — of Black cinema from its origins to the impactful films of the 1970s.
  • Monica, O My Darling (Netflix film) – A slick robotics expert joins a murderous plot after a passionate affair takes a sudden turn, but nothing — not even death — is what it seems to be.
  • My Father’s Dragon (Netflix film) – A young boy leaves the city of Nevergreen and journeys to the mysterious Wild Island, where he finds ferocious beasts — and the friendship of a lifetime.

 

Monday, November 14

  • Stutz (Netflix documentary) – In candid conversations with actor Jonah Hill, leading psychiatrist Phil Stutz explores his early life experiences and unique, visual model of therapy.
  • Teletubbies (Netflix family) – Join friends Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po on wonder-filled adventures as they learn and grow in this colourful refresh of the classic series.

 

Tuesday, November 15

  • Deon Cole: Charleen’s Boy (Netflix comedy) – Getting old may be the goal, but the road there is comically difficult. In his second Netflix original comedy special, which is dedicated to his late mother, Deon Cole hilariously shares his advice on how to navigate life and dating in today’s society.
  • Goosebumps
  • Johanna Nordström: Call the Police (Netflix comedy) – The comedian and podcast host sounds off on sexual escapades, TikTok police and how she became Sweden’s pandemic poster girl.
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure (Netflix family) – After a big storm, food is scarce — and hungry dinos are everywhere. It’s up to you to help the Camp Fam survive in this thrilling interactive special.
  • Run for the Money (Netflix series) – In a race with time, celebrity contestants desperately try to outmanoeuvre black-clad Hunters in pursuit, for a chance to win a growing cash prize.

 

Wednesday, November 16

  • Due South: Seasons 1-4
  • In Her Hands (Netflix documentary) – Filmed across two turbulent years, In Her Hands tells the story of Zarifa Ghafari, who at 26 became one of Afghanistan’s first female mayors and the youngest to ever hold the position. The film documents her fight for survival against the backdrop of her country’s accelerated unravelling. As Western forces announce their retreat and the Taliban start their sweep back to power, Zarifa and women across the country face a new reality. Amid these tectonic changes, Zarifa must make the most difficult decision of her life.
  • The Lost Lotteries (Netflix film) – Five down-on-their-luck strangers must band together to steal back winning lottery tickets worth millions from a wicked mafia boss.
  • Mind Your Manners (Netflix series) – Have you ever wondered how to elegantly cut… a banana? Mind Your Manners follows world-renowned etiquette teacher Sara Jane Ho as she helps her students become their best selves and put others at ease, using the language of manners and etiquette. Get ready to laugh, cry, and learn a thing or two as Sara transforms her students’ lives and helps them acquire the confidence to shine in any situation – starting with a sensible spot of afternoon tea. Pinkies in or out?
  • Off Track (Netflix film) – In a fit of desperation, a down-and-out single mother suits up and attempts to ski Vasaloppet with her (not-so-perfect) perfectionist brother.
  • Racionais MC’s: From the Streets of São Paulo (Netflix documentary) – Armed with music — and a message, influential hip-hop group Racionais MC’s turned their street poetry into a powerful movement in Brazil and beyond.
  • The Wonder (Netflix film) – Haunted by her past, a nurse travels from England to a remote Irish village in 1862 to investigate a young girl’s supposedly miraculous fast.

 

Thursday, November 17

  • Bantú Mama
  • Godzilla vs. Kong
  • Monster Hunter
  • 1899 (Netflix series) – Full of hope for a better future, passengers aboard a ship to the New World sail into a nightmare when they find a second vessel adrift on the open sea.
  • Christmas with You (Netflix film) – Seeking inspiration for a hit holiday song, a pop star grants a young fan’s Christmas wish to meet her — and finds a shot at true love along the way.
  • Dead to Me: Season 3 (Netflix series) – A hit-and-run started it all for Jen and Judy. Now another shocking crash alters the future of their ride-or-die friendship. All roads have led to this.
  • I Am Vanessa Guillen (Netflix documentary) – Vanessa Guillen was 20 years old went she was found murdered at a US Army base. Rather than submit to silence, her family fought for justice and change.
  • Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? (Netflix documentary) – The year was 1996, and the cola wars were raging. Despite Pepsi’s celeb-soaked advertisements, Coke still held the bigger market share, so the second-place brand decided to roll out their biggest campaign ever: Called “Pepsi Stuff,” it featured a soon-to-be infamous commercial implying that if you just bought enough of their products, you could use “Pepsi Points” to purchase sunglasses, leather jackets… and maybe a Harrier jet? Pepsi execs assumed the astronomical “price” of the military plane was set high enough to indicate it was a joke, but college student John Leonard saw it as a challenge, and decided to call their bluff. Enlisting the help (and funding) of mountaineering buddy Todd Hoffman, Leonard hashed out a plan to score the grandest prize of all — even if it never existed in the first place. Shot in a rollicking, irreverent style and soaked in the music and culture of the mid-90s, Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? sits down with Leonard, Hoffman, the commercial’s creative team, and a truly unexpected cast of tangentially involved public figures to tell the legendary tale of the kid who sued Pepsi for a fighter jet, and became the hero of a new generation.

 

Friday, November 18

  • The Cuphead Show!: Part 3 (Netflix family) – From hijinks and heebie-jeebies to holiday cheer: This season’s got it all as the boys go big to trick the Devil — and stir up trouble all over town!
  • Elite: Season 6 (Netflix series) – Everybody’s looking for something this year at Las Encinas, whether it’s love, revenge or millions of followers. But will they all make it out alive?
  • Inside Job: Part 2 (Netflix series) – For employees of Cognito Inc., conspiracies aren’t just theories, they’re a full time grind. Inside Job is a peek inside the actual Deep State, as one woman manages the chaotic office of lovable morons secretly controlling the world.
  • Reign Supreme (Netflix series) – From the projects to the largest venues in Paris, this series follows two teenage friends for life as they forge the birth and rise of French hip-hop.
  • Slumberland (Netflix film) – Joined by a larger-than-life outlaw, a daring young orphan journeys through a land of dreams to find a precious pearl that will grant her greatest wish.
  • Somebody (Netflix series) – A developer builds a dating app, hoping for connection. Soon, she gets caught in the web of a serial killer who uses the platform to lure victims.
  • The Violence Action (Netflix film) – She’s just a regular, sweet-looking college student by day. But by night, she’s a part-time assassin — and she’s about to face her toughest target yet.

 

Sunday, November 20

  • Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

 

Monday, November 21

  • The Hangover
  • The Hangover: Part II
  • My Little Pony: Winter Wishday (Netflix family) – It’s Winter Wishday! Can the Mane 5 celebrate their holiday traditions and still make it back in time to exchange gifts under the Wishing Star for Sunny?
  • StoryBots: Answer Time (Netflix family) – Got a question? The StoryBots have an answer! Join curious friends Beep, Boop, Bing, Bang and Bo on fun adventures to find facts for real kids like you.

 

Tuesday, November 22

  • Trevor Noah: I Wish You Would (Netflix comedy) – Emmy and Grammy nominated writer, comedian Trevor Noah returns to Netflix in his new comedy special, I Wish You Would. True to form, Trevor hilariously shares revelations about learning to speak German, modern communication, and his love for curry. Filmed at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

 

Wednesday, November 23

  • Blood, Sex & Royalty (Netflix documentary) – A modern take on the British royal drama, this steamy series offers a window into the lives of history’s deadliest, sexiest and most iconic monarchs.
  • Christmas on Mistletoe Farm (Netflix film) – After inheriting a farm at Christmastime, a widowed father makes a bumpy adjustment to village life — while his kids hatch a plan to stay there forever.
  • Lesson Plan (Netflix film) – After a teacher dies, his best friend — a former cop — takes a job at the school where he worked to confront the gang he thinks was responsible.
  • The Swimmers (Netflix film) – From war-torn Syria to the 2016 Rio Olympics, two young sisters embark on a risky voyage, putting their hearts and their swimming skills to heroic use.
  • Taco Chronicles: Cross the Border (Netflix documentary) – The taco leaves Mexico, but Mexico doesn’t leave the taco. Across the US border, Mexican cooks keep the tradition alive and experiment with new flavours.
  • The Unbroken Voice (Netflix series) – Despite humble origins and sexism, a young Arelys Henao chases her singing dream in this music-packed drama inspired by the Colombian icon’s early life.
  • Wednesday (Netflix series) – Smart, sarcastic and a little dead inside, Wednesday Addams investigates a murder spree while making new friends — and foes — at Nevermore Academy.
  • Who’s a Good Boy? (Netflix film) – Chema has a mission: date Claudia, the new girl at his school, so he can lose his virginity to her before the end of the school year. Will he fulfill his dream before graduation?

 

Thursday, November 24

  • First Love (Netflix series) – Young, free and madly in love. As teenagers, the world was their oyster — but as adults, their lives seem dimmer, like a very important piece is missing.
  • The Noel Diary (Netflix film) – Cleaning out his childhood home at Christmas, a novelist meets a woman searching for her birth mother. Will an old diary unlock their pasts — and hearts?

 

Friday, November 25

  • Blood & Water: Season 3 (Netflix series) – As another year begins at Parkhurst, Puleng and Fiks search for a lost loved one — but their perseverance could be putting them in grave danger.
  • Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich (Netflix documentary) – Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich goes beyond the headlines of the Ghislaine Maxwell case to tell the definitive story of Epstein’s mysterious accomplice, illuminating how her class and privilege concealed her predatory nature.

 

Monday, November 28

  • The Action Pack Saves Christmas (Netflix family) – As Hope Springs gets ready to celebrate the holidays, Teddy uses his toys to take away all the festive cheer — unless the Action Pack can stop him!

 

Tuesday, November 29

  • The Creature Cases: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Everyone’s decking the halls to get in the holiday spirit. But Sam and Kit are blasted back in time to the Ice Age and meet some wooly new pals!
  • Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields (Netflix documentary) – Oscar-nominated and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger returns to executive produce season three of Crime Scene, the acclaimed documentary series exploring the ways in which certain locations aid and abet criminal activity. The new season, directed by Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Jessica Dimmock, investigates the “Texas Killing Fields,” a region with a dark pattern of girls who have disappeared and turned up dead. Amidst the marshes and oil refineries alongside the interstate corridor connecting Houston and the beach town of Galveston, lies Calder Road – the patch of land that earned its name after the bodies of three young women were discovered there in the 1980s and a fourth in 1991. Their murders remain unsolved, but one grieving father refuses to give up on the hunt for his daughter’s killer, while the search and recovery organization he founded supports other local families facing similar tragedies. His determined pursuit of justice for the victims drives the series as it delves into five decades of the area’s unsettling history, uncovering a pattern of eerie connections and missed opportunities surrounding the Calder Road cold cases that may, at long last, lead investigators to the truth.
  • Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic (Netflix comedy) – Returning to his hometown of Crawley, England, Romesh Ranganathan riffs on veganism, his kids — and offers a peek into the making of his comedy special.
  • Vikings: Season 5

 

Wednesday, November 30

  • A Man of Action (Netflix film) – In this drama inspired by the life of Lucio Urtubia, an anarchist targets one of the world’s biggest banks with an ingenious counterfeiting operation.
  • My Name Is Vendetta (Netflix film) – When enemies from the past kill his wife and brother-in-law, a former mafia enforcer and his daughter flee to Milan to plot their revenge.
  • The Lost Patient (Netflix film) – After waking up from a coma with no memory of the night when his entire family was murdered, a young man and his psychiatrist try to untangle the truth.
  • Snack Vs. Chef (Netflix series) – Twelve chefs channel their inner food scientists to re-create classic snacks and invent their own original treats for a $50,000 prize.
  • Take Your Pills: Xanax (Netflix documentary) – A cure for some and a curse for others, widely prescribed anti-anxiety medication is examined by patients and experts in this revealing documentary.

 

Leaving Netflix Canada in November

Tuesday, November 1

  • From Dusk Till Dawn: Seasons 1-3

Wednesday, November 9

  • Everybody Loves Raymond: Seasons 1-5

Monday, November 14

  • National Security

Saturday, November 19

  • The Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix Revolutions

Wednesday, November 30

  • White Chicks

 

All titles and dates are subject to change.