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From the new season of ‘The Crown’ to the highly-anticipated ‘1899’.

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12 Exciting New Shows to Stream in November 2022

From the new season of ‘The Crown’ to the highly-anticipated ‘1899’.

October was a quiet month for new television but oh boy is the golden age of streaming back with a vengeance in November. There are so many new and returning shows coming to the small screen this month, and it’s especially good news for fans of period dramas. A new season of The Crown, starring Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, will hit Netflix, with Stan dropping their much-anticipated Dangerous Liaisons adaptation.

Are you ready for a bumper month of television? Here are 12 shows we can’t wait to stream this November.

1. The Mosquito Coast

Where can I watch it? On AppleTV+

A second season of AppleTV+’s gripping drama The Mosquito Coast will premiere this month, reuniting stars Justin Theroux with Australian actor Melissa George, as the couple at the head of a family on the run from the government – and forces unknown – in South America. They barely made it out of season one alive, and now in season two, their plight will grow ever more perilous. This show is for fans of Narcos and the original The Mosquito Coast film, which starred Harrison Ford.

2. Dangerous Liaisons

Where can I watch it? On Stan

It was adapted into a beloved 1988 film, winning three Oscars and starring Glenn Close, Michelle Pfeiffer and Keanu Reeves – now, Dangerous Liaisons will get the small screen treatment. The iconic 18th-century French novel about a pair of young lovers on the eve of the French revolution, with themes of passion, betrayal and revenge, will become a sexy miniseries on Stan this month. Alice Englert stars as Camille, a courtesan taken in by the Marquise de Merteuil (Lesley Manville), while Nichols Denton plays Vicomte de Valmont, her hot-and-cold lover. This story is a prelude to the one you would have seen in the original film or in the pages of the book, digging into the first meeting between this star-crossed pair. We cannot wait to watch this.

3. The Crown, Season 5

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

Is there a show more buzzy this month than the fifth season of The Crown? Because of the nature of this multi-Emmy award-winning franchise, which reboots its actors every two seasons, there’s been a long wait in between seasons of this show, as the new cast – which includes Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Imelda Staunton as the Queen and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret – film the new episodes. This season is the penultimate, with one more in the works from Netflix, and will follow the sordid ‘90s, when the fairytale marriage between Diana and Charles fell apart. This is the era that the Queen once called her ‘annus horribilis’. No television show month is going to be bigger than this.

4. Chivalry

Where can I watch it? On Binge

Cameron (Steve Coogan) is a film producer on the verge of ruin. Bobby (Sarah Solemani) is a feminist filmmaker he has drafted in to help ‘detoxify’ his latest movie. But what happens when the two go head to head about sex, power dynamics and gender relations on and off camera? This comedy features an incredible roster of guest actors, including Paul Rudd, Wanda Sykes, Sienna Miller, Aisling Bea and Lolly Adefope.

5. Mythic Quest, Season 3

Where can I watch it? On AppleTV+

If you love Ted Lasso, Schmigadoon or Abbott Elementary – cosy shows with great comedy chops, basically – we suggest giving Mythic Quest a try. The series will unveil the third season this month, with all episodes available to binge on AppleTV+, and it’s a totally charming look at the ins and outs of making a video game, with a fantastic cast spearheaded by Rob McElhenney and Australian actor Charlotte Nicdao.

6. Yellowstone, Season 5

Where can I watch it? On Stan

Are you one of the many, many people who can’t get enough of Yellowstone? Billed as Succession with ranches, this Kevin Costner-led series is one of the most popular on television, and a fifth season is dropping this month on Stan. The show focuses on the Dutton family, led by patriarch John (Costner), in Montana, and their rise and rise (and fall and fall). This season will see John take office as Governor of Montana but, as the trailer suggests, all power comes with responsibility, and with a price.

7. Upright, Season 2

Where can I watch it? On Binge

Tim Minchin’s beloved Australian drama Upright returns for a second season on Foxtel. Both Minchin and his co-star Millie Alcock, who has most recently been seen as young Rhaenyra Targaryen in Binge’s House of the Dragon, are back in this tale of misfits finding each other on the adventure of a lifetime.

8. Limitless

Where can I watch it? On Disney+

Chris Hemsworth stars as… himself… in this reality docuseries from Disney+. Our homegrown Australian superhero takes on the subject of ageing and the human body as he travels the world looking for the secrets to a healthier, better life. Can we learn anything from Chris’ journey?

9. 1899

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

Anyone who isn’t a fan of horror, all things supernatural and terrifying boat journeys might want to look away now. This new binge-worthy Netflix series, from the creator of the cult classic series Dark, is one spooky, unsettling show. The series takes place in the year 1899 when a steamship en route to New York from London comes across an abandoned passenger ship in the middle of the ocean. (Or is it really abandoned?) There’s a fantastic global cast in this dark show, including The Pursuit of Love’s Emily Beecham. You’ll definitely want to watch this one with the lights on

10. Welcome to Chippendales

Where can I watch it? On Disney+

It’s a story that has to be seen to be believed. The tale of how Indian immigrant Somen ‘Steve’ Banerjee became the founder of a male-stripping empire, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake. Kumail Nanjiani stars as Banerjee, with a list of co-stars that includes Murray Bartlett of The White Lotus fame, Juliette Lewis, Annaleigh Ashford, Dan Stevens and Nicola Peltz Beckham. True crime fans and anyone who loves this current trend for transforming the larger-than-life society tales of the ‘90s are going to adore this miniseries. We’ll definitely be watching.

11. Wednesday

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

This much-anticipated reboot of The Addams Family, focusing on young Wednesday Addams, comes to Netflix at the end of November. The series has been created and directed by Tim Burton, with an incredible cast. Morticia will be played by Catherine Zeta-Jones, Gomez by Luis Guzman, Uncle Fester by Tim Armisen and Wednesday herself by Jenna Ortega, the star of the Scream reboot. The trailer looks dark and twisted, the stills look like the production design and costume is impeccable, and the vibes look addictive.

12. Willow

Where can I watch it? On Disney+

‘80s kids, rejoice! One of your most nostalgic childhood favourites is being adapted into a new Disney+ reboot. Willow followed a young farmer chosen to protect a baby from an evil queen, and though little is known about this new fantasy series, we believe the concept and plot will be similar, focusing on a group of unlikely heroes on a quest to protect their communities. Warwick Davies, the star of the original Willow, is back to play one of his most iconic characters, with other cast members including Ellie Bamber, Tony Revolori and Ruby Cruz, joining the new series.

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