12 Things You Need To Stream This November

Sabienna Bowman

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It’s that time of the month again — you know, the time when all of the streaming services release their list of new additions to their catalogs (along with all of the things they’re snatching away from your to-watch list). With the holidays right around the corner, the amount of time you have to keep up with what’s streaming where is likely on the decline. Never fear, we have compiled a list of the can’t miss shows and movies that are streaming this November across all major services.

From likely Oscar nominees to the new TV shows all your co-workers will be talking about, these 12 shows and movies should be at the top of your must-watch list next month.

Stephen King’s IT — Crackle (Nov. 1)

Before the hit feature film, IT was a miniseries that scarred a whole lot of kids for life. Revisit it for free on Crackle this month only.

Alias Grace — Netflix (Nov. 3)

If you devoured The Handmaid’s Tale, then Alias Grace — also based on a Margaret Atwood — should be your next binge watch.

The Big Family Cooking Showdown — Netflix (Nov. 3)

Check out of the craziness of the world and spend some time watching this pure comfort food show about families cooking together.

Get Out — HBO Now (Nov. 4)

Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take time out of your schedule to watch one of the best horror movies of the year.

Future Man — Hulu (Nov. 14)

A janitor turns into the savior of the world in this sci-fi comedy from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.

Back — Sundance Now (Nov. 16)

The comedy team Mitchell & Webb return for another darkly funny British series that will leave you in awe of their brilliance.

Mudbound — Netflix (Nov. 17)

This Netflix original is all but guaranteed to be an Oscar nominee this year after earning rave reviews on the festival circuit. Set in the post-World War II era south, Mudbound delves into the lives of two families — one black, one white — and the ways their stories interconnect.

Marvel’s The Punisher — Netflix (Nov. 17)

Frank Castle takes center stage in what is sure to be the most brutal Marvel series to date.

Runaways — Hulu (Nov. 21)

Don’t let superhero fatigue keep you from checking out Runaways. The series about six teens who discover their parents are supervillains is based on a hit comic book series with wit, heart, and an actual dinosaur. It’s hard to imagine the show going wrong, especially since it’s in the hands of The O.C. creator Josh Schwartz.

The Big Sick — Amazon Video (Nov. 24)

Another Oscar hopeful, The Big Sick is a new kind of romantic comedy that has plenty to say on the subjects of cultural expectations and falling in love.

Swallows and Amazons — Starz (Nov. 24)

Need something the whole family can enjoy over the Thanksgiving break? This charming British film about a group of siblings setting out for a summer adventure is perfect for everyone.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel — Amazon Video (Nov. 27)

Amy Sherman-Palladino’s new show is finally here, and Gilmore Girls devotees need it in their lives.

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