October is ending and the trick-or-treating atmosphere starts to make room for the festive mood, the colorful lights and the gifts under the tree. November is the month Netflix takes off to start adding Christmas productions to the catalog, and by 2021 subscribers can look forward to lots of new series, new movies and new seasons of their favorite shows.
- Netflix Announces 28 Christmas Titles for November and December 2021
- The best Christmas episodes of the series
- Top 10 Original Netflix Christmas Movies
- 10 movies you need to watch for Christmas
In 2021, the platform promises to release an exclusive Christmas content per week starting in the first week of November. In programming, the main highlights are the films A Princesa ea Plebeia 3 , with Vanessa Hudgens reprising both the main role and the position of producer of the sequel; A Match Surprise , Christmas comedy with Nina Dobrev ( The Vampire Diaries ) and Darren Barnet ( I Never… ); A Castle for Christmas , a cute story set in Scotland; A Boy Called Christmas , for the whole family and much, much more.
There are also Brazilian productions coming to the Netflix catalogue, with emphasis on the films 7 Prisoneiros , starring none other than Christian Malheiros ( Sintonia ) and Rodrigo Santoro ( Lost , Westworld and 300 ); the animation Uma História de Amor e Furia , with Selton Mello and Camila Pitanga; What time does she come back? , with Regina Case; and Amor Sem Medida , new Netflix original film with Leandro Hassum and Juliana Paes.
Want new season of series? Take note here on the agenda: Big Mouth and Narcos: Mexico soon arrive at the beginning of the month, while Operation ectasy , Explaining – Mind and Masters of the Universe: Saving Eternia are distributed through the rest of November. Among the new series now landing are the long-awaited Cowboy Bebop , Super Crooks and the miniseries The Mafia of the Tigers: The Story of Doc Antle with dates set to premiere.
Between films, the wait is almost over: Red Alert , with Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot closes the first half of November, while tick, tick…BOOM! opens the second half of the month. Other film titles awaited by the public are also planned for November, such as Aya ea Bruxa , by Studio Ghibli; Rocketman , the biopic of Elton John; and Vendance and Punishment , western with Idris Elba and Regina King.
Below, check out the highlights of the streaming service and, below, the complete list of Netflix releases for the month of November.
Big Mouth: Season 5 (11/05/)
The long-awaited fifth season of Big Mouth is finally coming! Lola and Jay broke up and now the girl is determined to get revenge. It is worth remembering that DeVon and Devin are also separated, which allows Missy to get closer to DeVon and further deepen her friendship with him. The trailer further indicates that, after four seasons of sex and sex education, the series will now immerse itself in love. In addition, guest stars for the new episodes will include Brandon Kyle Goodman, Keke Palmer and Pamela Adlon.
Narcos: Mexico: Season 3 (11/05/)
The new episodes of Narcos: Mexico will be set in 1990, just when the globalization of drug trafficking begins to take on more fervor. Last season’s story will follow after the arrest of Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna), as the newly independent cartels struggle to survive political upheavals and escalating violence with the emergence of a new generation of Mexican bosses in this market. In this internal war, each arrest and murder only leaves the characters’ goals farther from being achieved.
7 Prisoners (11/11)
This national feature film has everything to enter the marathon list for the month of November. 7 Prisioneiros stars Christian Malheiros and Rodrigo Santoro and follows the young Mateus, who at the age of 18 accepts a job in São Paulo to give a better life to his family in the interior. He arrives in town with other teenagers and not knowing what to expect: work analogous to slavery in a junkyard, with documents confiscated by the terrible Luca (Santoro), who threatens them if they try to flee. Clever, Matthew discovers that even the boss takes orders from someone. But what will he have to become to get out of this?
Red Alert (11/12)
Joining Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson on the same screen, Red Alert also has a huge waiting list for its debut. When Interpol issues a red alert for the search and seizure of the world’s most wanted criminals, FBI top investigator John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) joins the case. This chase will put him smack in the middle of a daring assault plan, forcing him to team up with the great con artist Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) to capture the world’s most sought-after masterpiece thief, “Bishop” (Gal Gadot ). The great adventure that follows will take this trio around the world, passing through dance floors, an isolated prison and even a jungle. And worst of all, they will be in each other’s company all the time.
The Princess and the Plebeian: The Villains Love Too (18/11)
Closing the Princess and the Plebeia franchise , Vanessa Hudgens arrives in triple dose in the movie The Villains Also Love . This time, when a priceless relic is stolen, Queen Margaret and Princess Stacy enlist the help of the daring Fiona, Margaret’s cousin who is her dearest. Fiona teams up with a mysterious man from her past to retrieve the object… rekindling the flame of an irresistible Christmas romance and resulting in an unexpected exchange.
Cowboy Bebop (11/19)
Adapted from the eponymous anime, Cowboy Bebop is an action-packed futuristic Western about three quirky and deadly bounty hunters known as “cowboys.” The trio consists of Spike Spiegel (John Cho), Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda). They roam the galaxy after the most dangerous criminals in the universe, as long as they get paid well for it! The three get involved in loud fights and confusion until the past surprises them.
tick, tick…BOOM! (11/19)
Perhaps the most anticipated movie on the list, tick, tick…BOOM! marks the debut of Lin-Manuel Miranda in the direction of this adaptation of Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical, which revolutionized theater with the play Rent. Set in the 1990s, the film tells the story of Jon (Andrew Garfield), a young theatrical composer who works as a waiter in a New York restaurant while trying to create a great musical. Days before presenting the project, Jon lives a moment of pure pressure and has to deal with his girlfriend Susan, who dreams of an artistic life far beyond New York, his friend Michael, who abandoned his dreams to seek financial stability, and artist community plagued by the AIDS epidemic. Racing against the clock, Jon faces life’s great dilemma: What should we do with the time we have?
A Boy Called Christmas (11/25)
In A Boy Called Christmas , an adaptation of Matt Haig’s book of the same name, an ordinary young man named Nikolas sets out on an extraordinary adventure through the northern snow in search of his father, who set out on a mission to discover Elfhelm, the mythological village of the elves. Taking with him a stubborn reindeer named Blitzen and a pet mouse, Nikolas soon finds his destiny in this magical, comical and tender story that proves nothing is impossible.
Complete list of Netflix releases as of November 2021
- the family noel
- Millennium: The Girl in the Spider’s Web
- Aya and the Witch
- PO Box 1142: The Secret Camp for Nazis in the USA
- Ridley Jones: Guardian of the Museum: Season 2
- Revenge & Punishment
- In the Killer’s Glue
- Big Mouth: Season 5
- Narcos: Mexico: Season 3
- Prime Minister’s Assassination: Miniseries
- One Match Surprise
- We shouldn’t have grown up
- A Cops Movie
- the good old man is back
- The Last Forest
- seven-headed beast
- forever happiness
- 7 prisoners Love: Truth or Consequence
- I want Red alert
- A Story of Love and Fury
- Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
- I get Loko
- Johnny Test and the Great Meatloaf Journey
- Christmas arrangement
- Dotted Lines
- love without measure
- The Tiger Mafia: The Story of Doc Antle
- Kayko and Kokosh: Season 2
- The Princess and the Plebeian: The Villains Love Too
- What time does she come back?
- Sniffing New Worlds
- Cowboy Bebop
- Hell Prophecy
- tick, tick…BOOM!
- Pray for Stolen Women
- love me
- Explaining – The Mind: Season 2
- Flummels: Extinct!
- New world
- Rocketman Operation Ecstasy: Season 3
- Waffles + Mochi: A Freezing Party
- Masters of the Universe: Saving Eternia: Part 2
- a boy called christmas
- The honest truth
- Sunset – Golden Mile: Season 4
- Super Crooks: Season 1
- A Castle for Christmas pampered
- Organize Yourself Right…