With the year 2019 crawling to its end and winter chill settling in while ushering longer nights, isn’t it just the perfect time for some binge watching from the comforts of your home?
With some of our beloved series coming back with new season along with a slew of brand new movies and shows in store, November has so much to offer. Here is a list of new things to watch on Netflix and Prime Video this November:
Section 375 (Prime Video):
This Askhay Khanna-Richa Chadha starrer is now available on Prime Video and it is something everyone should watch. The movie explores the use, misuse and so-called over use of Section 375 as relationships swing back and forth on both the sides of fidelity in today’s world. This courtroom drama will grip you until the very end and will leave you pondering over it for quite a while.
One Mic Stand (Prime Video):
Stand-up comedy shows are nothing new but this new show on Prime Video has something else to offer. The five episodes feature a series of unexpected speakers like Taapsee Pannu, Richa Chadha, Shashi Tharoor, Vishal Dadlani and Bhuvan Bam whom we will see foraying into strange world of stand-up comedy for the first time.
House Arrest (Netflix):
This Netflix original starring Ali Fazal has been creating quite a ripple from some time over its unique concept. The movie revolves around Karan who has not stepped out of his home in six months. A journalist who is researching on hikikomori, a behavioural things which forces young adults to be confined to their homes or rooms for months or years at a stretch, gets in touch with him. What happens next is yet to be seen as the movie has streaming today on Netflix.
Watch it now.
Let It Snow (Netflix):
Heartwarming, exceptionally sweet, entertaining, laidback and optimistic- this movie on Netflix will kick in the Christmas spirit in no time. Tales of a group of young adults entwined into each other in such a way that it will leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling.
Little Things Season 3 (Netflix):
Kavya and Dhruv are back with the endless banter of their little things in tow. The duo has matured and has now bigger problems to take on as they leap from live-in relationship to a long distance one bringing in havoc in their lives.
Start watching now.
The Knight Before Christmas (Netflix):
Here’s one more to Christmas spirit. The movie is yet to release but the trailer seems to be exciting and thrilling. The plot is not new, though, the treatment and the tone make us want to watch it as soon as it starts streaming. Here is a glimpse for you too.
End Of The F***ing World Season 2 (Netflix):
It turns out that first season was not the end of the F***ing world as Netflix is streaming the second season of this mindboggling show. The second season further explores the depth of characters of James and Alyssa as the duo continues to struggle on how things ended in Season 1 and the new complexities. But honestly, we were not expecting another season as the first one ended perfectly but here we are.
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