Best New Streaming Services In Australia This November
ORIGINAL BRILLIANT content continues to flow from our favorite streaming services. With hundreds of titles to choose from, month after month, lining up a movie or series to watch any night can be a daunting task.
Luckily, we’ve done the yard work and assembled everything you’ll no doubt want to binge on this month.
From Hollywood blockbusters and local gems to genre-defining documentaries (hello, never-before-seen Beatles footage!), Here are our picks for your November watchlist.
The more they fall, November 3 – Netflix
Still water, November 4 – Paramount +
Narcos Mexico (Season 3) – Netflix
Who passed, November 10 – Netflix
Preparers, November 10 – ABC iview
When it comes to doomsday predictions, you better prepare. ABC’s new six-part comedy series (to debut on ABC TV and ABC iview) delves into the madness of those who devote their time to “preparation.” Preparers, the apocalyptic dark comedy, stars Nakkiah Lui as a young Indigenous woman who, after suffering her own mental breakdown, finds herself surrounded by an eclectic community planning the apocalypse. He co-wrote the series with Gabriel Dowrick and the couple wrote about how âexcitedâ they were to share the miniseries with their âunique take on the subcultureâ.
The narrowing next door, November 12 – Apple TV +
Sick, November 12 – Disney +
Red Notice, November 12 – Netflix
Red Notice was halfway through filming when the pandemic hit, but the big-budget (apparently $ 200 million) movie will be here soon to satisfy thrill-seekers. In his first-ever streaming film, Dwayne Johnson stars as an FBI profiler who issued the ‘highest order warrant’ to hunt and capture two international art criminals, played by Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot . The fast-paced film sees the trio touring the world – even hitting the dance floor – in an attempt to stop a major heist. Red Notice was named Netflix Movie of the Year, so you’ll want to make it a night out.
Mayor Kingston, November 15 – Paramount +
The sex life of the students, November 18 – Frenzy
Tic, Ticâ¦ Boom!, November 19 – Netflix
Cowboy Bepop, November 19 – Netflix
The wheel of time, November 19 – Amazon Prime Video
The Great (Season 2), November 20 – Stan
It becomes bigger by the season. Our favorite period drama has been renewed for a 10-episode second season with Elle Fanning once again ascending to the throne as Sovereign and Nicholas Hoult as her ignorant husband. Viewers witnessed Catherine’s attempted coup against her husband last season, but this time the Queen is focusing her attention on enlightening Russia. The official description says, “if it [Catherine] thought her husband’s coup was difficult, it’s nothing compared to the realities of liberating a country that doesn’t want to be. Political and romantic tensions are at an all time high, it seems.
The Beatles: Come Back, November 25 – Disney +
Burning, November 26 – Amazon Prime