This November, get ready for the holiday season as the cinematic world brings you a magical catalogue of TV shows and films to warm your heart. From cosy Christmas adventures to more introspective features that will have you reflecting this coming year-end—you’ll want to add these 10 shows to your watchlist:
Enola Holmes 2
When and where: November 4 on Netflix
Watch if: You dream of being a detective
Starring: Mille Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter, Louis Patridge, David Thewlis
The strong-headed teen detective is back to grace our screens and this time, Enola takes on her first official case as a detective. However, all is not as it seems when a seemingly simple missing person case quickly snowballs into a massive conspiracy. Will she live up to her Holmes name?
Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me
When and where: November 4 on Apple TV+
Watch if: You’re a Selenator
Starring: Selena Gomez
From her early start as a child actress on Disney to her solo works as a singer-songwriter and performer, Selena Gomez has achieved worldwide stardom and success. Selenators, Gomez’s legion of fans, may feel like they know her and the general public would certainly think so too, considering how much she’s in the spotlight. But, do they really? Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me is a documentary that will pull back the curtains of the superstar’s life and reexamine her six-year journey in the limelight.
When and where: November 4 on Apple TV+
Watch if: Character introspection is your thing
Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Brian Tyree Henry
Causeway offers an intimate look into the life of a soldier who’s struggling to readjust back to society after returning home to New Orleans. It will explore the heavy impact and effects of PTSD trauma experienced by many returning soldiers. Apart from starring as the protagonist, Jennifer Lawrence was also the producer of the new Apple Original Film.
Chef Boot Camp Season Two
When and where: November 5 on Food Network Astro channel 708
Watch if: You need a replacement for Kitchen Nightmares
Starring: Chef Cliff Crooks
If you find yourself rewatching episodes of Gordon Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares, there’s another culinary show to fill that hole in your heart. Cue businesses on the brink of bankruptcy and stubborn chefs, whose last hope is Chef Cliff Crooks. Over the course of three days, Crooks will teach these chefs to love food again and assess where their business can be improved and lastly, throw them into the fire at a live dinner service for a final test of their skills.
Revenge of Others
When and where: November 9 on Disney+ Hotstar
Watch if: You want to see spoilt high school teens taken down a notch
Starring: Shin Yeeun, Lomon, Seo Jihoon, Chae Sangwoo, Lee Soomin, Chung Subin
When a high school student seemingly falls to his death, twin sister Ok Chanmi refuses to believe her brother took his own life. Following his suspicious death, she transfers to his high school to uncover the truth. Fueled by love and vengeance, Chanmi teams up with another student, Ji Suheon, to exact revenge on those who bully others. What really happened to Chanmi’s brother? Watch the dark mystery thriller unfold this school semester.
Falling for Christmas
When and where: November 10 on Netflix
Watch if: You love to see Lindsay Lohan thriving
Starring: Lindsay Lohan, Chord Overstreet, George Young, Jack Wagner
Linsday Lohan’s acting renaissance is coming, and we are so here for it! If you’ve missed seeing the actress on the screens, good news, because the 34-year-old has signed a multi-film deal with Netflix—and Falling for Christmas is just the first. Lohan plays a spoiled heiress who loses her memory in a skiing accident and meets a hunky widower, Jake, for a Christmas she’ll never forget. Peep the Jingle Bell Rock reference in the trailer above!
My Unique B&B Season Two
When and where: November 14 on Unifi TV channel 512, BBC Player and Astro channel 717
Watch if: You’re obsessed with home renovations
Starring: Simon Parfett
The beautiful countryside of the UK is littered with a sleuth of bed and breakfasts. To take it up several notches, watch master craftsman and carpenter Simon Parfett in action as he and his team create unique B&Bs to help people generate extra income. From apocalypse-bunker-style stays to cylindrical wonders, you’ll be in awe of the before and after of these holiday getaways.
When and where: November 18 on Apple TV+
Watch if: You love a good Christmas classic
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, Octavia Spencer, Patrick Page, Aimee Carrero
The Charles Dickens Christmas classic gets a modern (and dare we say, funnier?) revamp! Meet Clint Briggs, who is the ultimate scrooge that tests the patients of every Christmas ghost—until the Ghost of Christmas Present decides to take it upon himself to do the job. For the first time, witness A Christmas Carol, told from the perspective of the ghosts in this hilarious and heartwarming musical comedy with original songs by Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land).
Elton John Live: Farewell From Dodger Stadium
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When and where: November 21 on Disney+ Hotstar
Watch if: You’re a massive Elton John fan
Starring: Elton John
On October 27 2022, exactly 47 years ago, Elton John’s legendary performance at Dodger Stadium launched him into global stardom. All will come full circle on November 21 as the Rocket Man will grace audiences with his final North American show. The spectacular evening will be streamed live globally on Disney+ Hotstar and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the magic of the icon’s groundbreaking music.
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When and where: November 23 on Netflix
Watch if: You root for the anti-hero
Starring: Jenny Ortega, Gwendoline Christie, Riki Lindhome
Looking for a deadpan, sarcastic, and smart protagonist who’s also a little dead inside and has sociopathic tendencies? You’ve found your anti-hero in Wednesday Addams. Follow the young gothic maiden as she investigates a murder spree while making new friends—and foes—at Nevermore Academy. Fans of the iconic Addams family have been anticipating the series as it is directed by the equally iconic Tim Burton in his television directorial debut. Spooky adventures await!
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