Well, we mostly constructed it to November. It’s a lovely month for curling up with your cuffed bae and never leaving your couch. Or, if you’re like me, curling up with yourself and obscuring out from your family during Thanksgiving dinner. So what better to do with your time cuddled up from the family cold than watch everything on the internet. Here are the best TV indicates and movies coming to Netflix this November.

Nov 1: ‘ Sex and the City: The Movie ‘

Carrie Bradshaw is one of the most iconic fleshes in its own history of delusional date, so this movie is an absolute must-watch( if you haven’t already memorized the entire dialogue ). Our gal Carrie is getting married to Mr. Big, but he’s a f* ckboy and starts AWOL on their wed daytime* pretends to be shocked *. In an attempt to get Carrie out of her sadnes, the girls all give Carrie’s would-have-been honeymoon to Mexico. Charlotte sh* ts her throbs, Miranda has make-up sex, and Samantha is drunkard so this movie is basically art.

Nov 1:’ Good Will Hunting ‘

Matt Damon is vulnerable, smart, and sexy( that’s more than I can say about any boys in my life) in Good Will Hunting . Originally released in 1997, Damon’s character, Will Hunting, is a bad boy-turned-math-prodigy in need of big-time therapy in order to keep him out of jail. After bulldozing through a knot of bad therapists, he assembles Dr. Sean Maguire, played by Robin Williams( tears ). The two obvs attachment and hit it off. I won’t spoil anything, but this movie changed my best friend’s life, so if that’s not a recommendation worth taking, IDK what is. Bring a box of tissues and get ready to ugly cry.

Nov 1:’ Sixteen Candles ‘

There’s no coming-of-age story better than this. If this wasn’t the movie that turned you into the status of women, you’re probably too young to be reading this place. Anyway, the plot becomes as follows. It’s Sam Baker’s 16 th birthday and legit everyone forgot. Her sister is getting married the next day, so like, that’s important, but c’mon she’s 16! Things are no better at academy, and a sexuality quiz goes mixed up into the mitts of Sam’s crush a la To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before . The movie ends with the most iconic stage in cinematic history–Sam’s first kiss over her 16 th birthday patty. But who is it with? Watch and find out.

Nov 1:’ Bring It On: In It To Win It ‘

The third installment in the Bring It On collection is one of the many wistful movies coming to Netflix this November. Still not as good as the first, this film follows Brooke and Carson, competitive applause officers, as they combat it out at Cheer Camp. Likewise, the Spirit Stick is BACK, BETCHES. Carson’s a dumbass and gets seduced by a hot male cheerleader, Penn, to travel a rollercoaster and make love, unavoidably leaving the Spirit Stick unattended. It get stolen and the two squads accused each other and get into a Westside Story style applaud engage. They get busted by the policemen and have to combine squads, appointing themselves The East-West Side Shets, which is the biggest crime of this whole movie.

Nov 16:’ The Princess Switch ‘

Think Monte Carlo converges Princess Protection Program fills High School Musical — but like, if all of those were somehow a Christmas movie too. Vanessa Hudgens stellars as her own twin, in a extremely Lindsay Lohan move. One Vanessa is a princess who’s sick of her treetop, and the other is a baker from Chicago. The both are pissed with their current lives so with the assistance of~ Santa~ they switch lieu. This movie basically sounds like a holiday-themed version of all of Netflix’s rom-coms( sans Noah Centineo ). So that plainly entails I’m going to watch it the second it comes out.

Nov 2:’ House of Poster’ Season 6

This should be interesting. House of Poster is back for its sixth and final season. The serial virtually collapsed because Kevin Spacey is basically the worst human ever, but luckily, Robin Wright is here to save the day( and the establish) by taking on her persona as the first female President of The United Government. She’s low-key super into slaying, though( relatable ), and is absolutely ruthless, so it should be interesting to see how she decides to dispose of her husband, because you know she will. Too, can someone tell me WTF Doug is going to do?

Nov 4:’ Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj ‘

Hasan Minhaj is the first ever Indian-American host of a weekly comedy show, and he’s awesome. His politically slanted testify includes both evergreen and thematic bulletin, straddling from historic event in American politics to current issues, like Jamal Khashoggi’s murder. Minhaj also builds sure to produce tales that you won’t generally get to hear to light-headed, such as the ongoing crisis in Yemen or the current ruling Saudi family. His dark humor and speedy humour are sure to keep you entertained and informed( and it doesn’t hurt that he looks like a Ken doll ). The depict breaths every Sunday, so it’s the perfect medicine for your Sunday scaries.

Nov 9:’ Super Drags ‘

This is the show you’ve all was in store for: lag superheroes. Three homosexual co-workers are department store hires by day, and crime-fighting Queens by night. Of direction, the shoot is stacked with the tones of ah-mazing Queens Trixie Mattel, Ginger Minj, Shangela, and William Belli. This demonstrate, originally from Brazil, is supposed to have a comic-book feel to it with a raunchy line. It may be animated, but it’s certainly not for your Saturday morning cartoon( is that still a thing or do kids just, like, Snapchat now ?). How could you not want to watch a demonstrate where they say stuff like “twerk away the shade”?

Nov 9:’ Westside ‘

Just when you thought reality TV couldn’t get any better, here comes your next obsession. Westside follows the health of nine musicians trying to make it in Hollywood. What’s unique about the show is that it’s not inadequately illuminate and filmed with an iPhone. Netflix legit put endeavour into making this show both entertaining and aesthetically pleasing to watch. But don’t worry, you’ll still get your offside commentary and classic sh* t talking. It likewise boasts fully rendered music videos( done by the casting) and original carols. I’m feeling like this is going to be a beautiful cross between Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Glee . Stay chanted.

Nov 16:’ Narcos: Mexico ‘

Obviously, you’re addicted to true crime( and are more likely binged our entire new podcast series) so Narcos ’s recent installment will have you questioning everything you thought you knew about narcotics* takes bong punch *. This companion serial takes you inside the history of the illegal drug trade in Mexico( so it’s like, educational ). It follows the Guadalajara Cartel during the 1980 s and its leaders. Thrown into the mix is Kiki Camarena, a DEA agent who forms his family move from California to Guadalajara. And you were mad about your pa moving the family from New York to Ohio. Kiki gets behavior very caught up in the Cartel’s sh* t, so bad things happen( shocker ). It’s based on a true-blue narrative, so don’t Google and spoiling it.

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