Top 5 Movies To Watch This November

To spend unforgettable moments in November, Netflix offers us many new seasons of series with the sequels of Young Royals, The Crown, or Elite while Disney+ or Canal+ unveils new shows that have been acclaimed by critics.

Discover in this article the five Movies to follow at all costs and their release date

1. Reboot

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Recently released on the Hulu platform, the series Reboot is already arriving on Disney+. The cast of a 2000s sitcom is reunited 20 years after the last episode aired when a writer decides to do a reboot of the show that made them famous. Between the unresolved problems at the time and the many changes in Hollywood, they will have a lot of work to adapt… We find Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, and Rachel Bloom.

Release date: November 2 on Disney+.

2. Dangerous Liaisons

After the movie version of Netflix that had not delighted subscribers, the novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos returns in series. This time, it is a prequel that the platform Lionsgate+ (new name of Starzplay) reserves for us since we will attend the meeting between the one who will become the Marquise de Mertueil, and the one who will be later the Viscount de Valmont, the heroes of the cult book.

Release date: November 9 on Netflix 1899

3. 1899

After Dark, which had turned our brains upside down for three seasons, Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar come back with their new production always as destabilizing. In 1899, the passengers of a boat on their way to New York will see their crossing turn into a nightmare when they meet a ship, missing for several months.

Release date: November 6 on Lionsgate+.

4. The Crown season 5

No delay for The Crown despite the death of Queen Elizabeth: the highly anticipated season 5 is coming, after months and months of waiting. The sequel of the series, whose trailer you can discover, will focus on the divorce of Diana (now played by Elizabeth Debicki) and Prince Charles (Dominic West). Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth (Imelda Staunton) will also live very complicated moments.

A series in which we find actors of different nationalities as Andreas Pietschmann (Dark), Miguel Bernardeau (Elite), and Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen (The Rain).

Release date: November 17 on Netflix.

5. Elite season 6

Six months after season 5, Elite returns with season 6 which cleans up the cast. Five actors will be absent from the new episodes, namely Itzan Escamilla (Samuel), Omar Ayuso (Omar), Claudia Salas (Rebekah), Georgina Amoros (Cayetana), and Pol Grinch (Philippe). Newcomers arrive in this sequel that looks as sexy as ever. If little has been revealed about the new episodes, we know however that the series should welcome a transgender character.

Release date: November 18 on Netflix.

 

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