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New Arrivals for Netflix November 2022

by Andrew J. Salazar
Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams strikes a brooding pose with the Thing severed hand on her shoulders in the new series coming to Netflix in November 2022.

Netflix is proving the goods for the 2022 holiday season, and this all kicks off in November. Subscribers have been treated to huge titles like Enola Holmes 2 this month, with more highly-anticipated original films still on the way. From Slumberland starring Jason Momoa to The Wonder starring Florence Pugh, there is no shortage of star-studded Netflix exclusives in November 2022. Out of all these exciting releases, however, there will perhaps be no bigger Netflix streaming event than the premiere of Wednesday. Famed filmmaker Tim Burton finally brings his take on the iconic Addams Family characters to the screen with the help of rising star Jenna Ortega. Needless to say, Burton and Ortega make for a dynamic creative duo that is not to be missed.

Moving on to other films and shows that made their way onto Netflix in November 2022, fans will be happy to know that all three seasons of Key & Peele are available together again after moving in from HBO Max. Animation lovers hungry for more stop motion storytelling after watching Henry Selick’s newly released Wendell & Wild will be able to stream Laika’s The Boxtrolls. One of the studio’s more underrated films, Missing Link, was just added to the service last month as well. These are not the only animated films worthy to stream though. Dreamworks Animation’s The Bad Guys just hit Netflix too and it makes for a perfect watch with the family.

There’s way more ground to cover in our monthly recs. Check them out below and keep scrolling for the full list of everything coming to and leaving Netflix in November 2022. You can also find this month’s latest arrivals and departures from HBO Max and Disney+ right here on DiscussingFilm.

Our Recs:

My Father’s Dragon

Netflix is shaping up to be a prime platform for animation, and the streaming debut of My Father’s Dragon only continues this powerful notion. The latest 2-D animated tale from Cartoon Saloon – the Irish studio behind beloved, award-winning films like Wolfwalkers and The BreadwinnerMy Father’s Dragon is adapted from Ruth Stiles Gannett’s 1948 children’s book of the same name.

A runaway boy travels to a faraway island and befriends a captive dragon who might not only hold the secret to saving the island’s colorful group of animal inhabitants from pending danger but also the boy’s own livelihood back home. Starring Jacob Tremblay, Gaten Matarazzo, Whoopi Goldberg, Ian McShane, Alan Cumming, and Rita Moreno, My Father’s Dragon packs a stronger emotional punch than you might expect.

My Father’s Dragon hits Netflix November 11, 2022!

The Wonder

Based on real-life historical phenomena, The Wonder sees Florence Pugh continue her hot streak of a year with yet another riveting performance. We find ourselves in 1860s Ireland when an experienced English nurse is sent to a remote village to investigate a supposed miracle. She must study a young girl who claims to not have eaten anything in 4 months, despite appearing healthy and mentally stable. The child says the will of God is keeping her in good health but as the nurse soon discovers, these beliefs are far more dangerous as the entire village’s peace and unity all come down to this young girl keeping up this act. Reportings of “Fasting Girls” go as back as the middle ages, and The Wonder sheds some light on the dangers of blind faith and its deep roots in our history.

The Wonder debuts on Netflix November 16, 2022!

Wednesday

Tim Burton makes a lively return to form with Wednesday, a new 8-episode series that follows Wednesday Addams in her high school years. Jenna Ortega, who has already established herself as a scream queen in the making this year with both Scream (2022) and Ti West’s X, brings a fresh twist to the titular lead, but she’s not alone. Rounding out the Addams Family is Luis Guzmán as Gomez Addams, Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams, Isaac Ordonez as Pugsley Addams, and Fred Armisen as Uncle Fester. Gwendoline Christie makes her way onto the scenes as well, playing a new adult foe for Wednesday.

As she comes face to face with the trials and tribulations of adolescence, making new friends and enemies in school, Wednesday will also have to come to terms with her new psychic abilities and solve a supernatural mystery that has affected her family for decades. No Tim Burton production would be complete without the main theme composed by long-time collaborator Danny Elfman, of course. Wednesday will be one of the most-talked-about Netflix shows of November, so plan accordingly.

Wednesday premieres on Netflix November 23, 2022!

Netflix Arrivals for Netflix November 2022

Coming November 1

Gabby’s Dollhouse, Season 6 – Netflix Family
The Takeover – Netflix Film
Young Royals, Season 2 – Netflix Series
Attack on Finland
The Bad Guys
The Bodyguard
Dennis the Menace
Dolphin Tale
Key & Peele, Seasons 1-3
The Legend of Zorro
The Little Rascals
The Little Rascals Save the Day
Man on a Ledge
The Mask of Zorro
Mile 22
Moneyball
Notting Hill
Oblivion
The Pink Panther
The Pink Panther 2
Still Alice
Think Like a Man
Top Gear, season 31
Training Day
Up in the Air

Coming November 2

The Final Score — Netflix Series
Killer Sally – Netflix Documentary

Coming November 3

Blockbuster – Netflix Series
The Dragon Prince, Season 4 – Netflix Family
Panayotis Pascot: Almost – Netflix Comedy

Coming November 4

Buying Beverly Hills – Netflix Series
Elesin Oba: The King’s Horseman – Netflix Film
Enola Holmes 2 – Netflix Film
The Fabulous – Netflix Series
Lookism – Netflix Anime
Manifest, Season 4, Part 1 – Netflix Series

Coming November 5

Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaster – Netflix Documentary

Coming November 6

Captain Phillips

Coming November 7

Deepa & Anoop, Season 2 – Netflix Family

Coming November 8

Behind Every Star – Netflix Series
The Claus Family 2 – Netflix Film
Minions & More Volume 2
Neal Brennan: Blocks – Netflix Comedy
Triviaverse – Netflix Special

Coming November 9

Angels & Demons
The Crown, Season 5 – Netflix Series
FIFA Uncovered – Netflix Documentary
The Railway Man
The Soccer Football Movie – Netflix Film

Coming November 10

Falling for Christmas – Netflix Film
Lost Bullet 2 – Netflix Film
Love Never Lies: Destination Sardinia – Netflix Series
State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith – Netflix Documentary
Warrior Nun, season 2 – Netflix Series

Coming November 11

Ancient Apocalypse – Netflix Documentary
Capturing the Killer Nurse – Netflix Documentary
Don’t Leave – Netflix Film
Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Down Under, Season 2 – Netflix Series
Goosebumps
Is That Black Enough for You?!? – Netflix Documentary
Laguna Beach, Seasons 1-2
Monica, O My Darling – Netflix Film
My Father’s Dragon – Netflix Film

Coming November 14

Stutz – Netflix Documentary
Teletubbies – Netflix Family

Coming November 15

Deon Cole: Charleen’s Boy – Netflix Comedy
Johanna Nordström: Call the Police – Netflix Comedy
Jurassic World Camp Cretacecous: Hidden Adventure – Netflix Family
Run for the Money – Netflix Series

Coming November 16

In Her Hands – Netflix Documentary
The Lost Lotteries – Netflix Film
Mind Your Manners – Netflix Series
Off Track – Netflix Film
Racionais MC’s: From the Streets of São Paulo – Netflix Documentary
The Wonder – Netflix Film

Coming November 17

1899 – Netflix Series
Bantú Mama
Christmas with You – Netflix Film
Dead to Me, season 3 – Netflix Series
I Am Vanessa Guillen – Netflix Documentary
Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? – Netflix Documentary

Coming November 18

The Cuphead Show!: Part 3 — Netflix Family
Elite, season 6 – Netflix Series
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, Season 5 – Netflix Series
Inside Job: Part 2 – Netflix Series
Reign Supreme – Netflix Series
Slumberland – Netflix Film
Somebody – Netflix Series
The Violence Action – Netflix Film

Coming November 21

My Little Pony: Winter Wishday – Netflix Family
StoryBots: Answer Time – Netflix Family

Coming November 22

LEGO: City Adventures, Season 4
Trevor Noah: I Wish You Would – Netflix Comedy

Coming November 23

The Boxtrolls
Blood, Sex & Royalty – Netflix Documentary
Christmas on Mistletoe Farm – Netflix Film
Lesson Plan – Netflix Film
The Swimmers – Netflix Film
Taco Chronicles: Cross the Border – Netflix Documentary
The Unbroken Voice – Netflix Series
Wednesday – Netflix Series
Who’s a Good Boy? – Netflix Film

Coming November 24

First Love – Netflix Series
The Noel Diary – Netflix Film
Southpaw
The Vanishing
Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

Coming November 25

Blood & Water, Season 3 – Netflix Series
Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich – Netflix Documentary

Coming November 28

The Action Pack Saves Christmas – Netflix Family

Coming November 29

The Creature Cases, Season 2 – Netflix Family
Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields – Netflix Documentary
Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic – Netflix Comedy

Coming November 30

A Man of Action – Netflix Film
My Name is Vendetta – Netflix Film
The Lost Patient – Netflix Film
Snack VS. Chef – Netflix Series
Take Your Pills: Xanax – Netflix Documentary

Leaving Netflix in November 2022

Just like in recent months, Netflix is once again losing a slew of TV shows in November 2022. Most of these are likely going to be spread out across the various other streaming platforms depending on licensing and rights, so now is the time to enjoy them on Netflix while they’re still available. The biggest of these shows is perhaps the cult sci-fi series Stargate SG-1, which will definitely be a bummer for long-time fans. In terms of movies, you’ll want to catch classics like Clueless before they expire from Netflix at the end of the month. Check out the full list of everything leaving Netflix in November 2022 below.

Leaving November 1

From Dusk Till Dawn: Seasons 1-3
Mossad 101: Seasons 1-2

Leaving November 11

If Anything Happens I Love You

Leaving November 13

Scary Movie 5

Leaving November 14

America’s Next Top Model: Seasons 21-22
Survivor: Season 16: Micronesia
Survivor: Season 37: David vs. Goliath

Leaving November 15

Suffragette
The Green Inferno

Leaving November 18

Donald Glover: Weirdo
Goosebumps: Seasons 1-4
Goosebumps: Specials

Leaving November 30

Bridget Jones’s Baby
Clueless
The Color Purple
Hancock
He’s Just Not That Into You
Ink Master: Seasons 3-4
Knight Rider 2000
Knight Rider: Seasons 1-4
Stargate SG-1: Seasons 1-10

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