What’s New On Netflix This Week: November 7th- November 12th

What’s New On Netflix This Week: November 7th- November 12th

As we near the holidays, Netflix does not stop with the exciting content. Here are some of the new binge-worthy shows and movies you should look out for.

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019)

Netflix Release Date: 7th November

This is a drama filled movie that tells the story of a woman earnestly trying to get a pregnant domestic abuse victim to seek assistance. After their worlds colliding on an East Vancouver sidewalk, fear causes one of them to leave their homes into the cold hard streets. Both women face challenges as they attempt to navigate the complexities of motherhood, race and class.

Let it Snow

Netflix Release date:  8th November

This Netflix film, tells the story of how a snowstorm hits a small town on Christmas Eve. It brings together a group of high school students who find love and friendship colliding. On Christmas morning, they find out things will never be the same again.

Green Eggs and Ham [Netflix Original]

Netflix Release date: 8th November

From the Dr Seuss books comes this Netflix original animation series that follows opposites Sam and Guy. They take a road trip to try and save an endangered animal and learn to try new things and learn about the delectable dish, green eggs and ham.

A Single Man

Netflix Release date: 11th November

This film follows the life of George, who wants to kill himself after his partner of 16 years dies in a car crash. As he contemplates on his last day, his chance meeting with students, colleagues and friends help him decide on his life.

Jeff Garlin: Our Man in Chicago [Netflix Original]

Netflix Release date: 12th November

This Netflix Original stand up is the quirky way in which comedian Jeff Garlin celebrates his years in stand-up and shares his lessons on loss, love, success and food addiction.

What will you be watching?





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