Netflix has recently announced the list of original shows to anticipate this November 2016. It looks like Netflix viewers will be pretty busy this month, binge-watching once or twice a week.
For starters, Netflix will finally release the much-awaited "The Crown" series which is said to cover the story of the British Queens when they were younger and how life really was for them back then. Queen Elizabeth will be played by Claire Foy and Matt Smith will be Prince Philip. The series is expected to run for six seasons.
"Dana Carvey", who is a stand-up comedian, will also be released in November. This stand-up comedy special is said to be like no other comedy show anyone has watched before. Carvey was a star from "Master of Disguise", "Secret Life of Pets", "Hotel Transylvania 2", "Jack and Jill" and a lot more.
"Ivory Game" will also be released in November which was originally a documentary from a film festival and produced by Leonardo DeCaprio. The documentary opens the eyes of the public of how massive the networking and transportation is for African elephant's ivory that ultimately can bring the species to their extinction.
On November 11, "True Memoirs of an International Assasin" will air and should be enjoyed by anyone who liked the first Adam Sandler films released as an original from Netflix. The series features Mall Cop's Kevin James.
Then on November 17, Netflix is bringing in "Lovesick" which first aired in the UK under the title "Scrotal Recall" but was changed when Netflix decided to continue the series and to give it a more wholesome name.
Next on the list are two comedy series, one is "Colin Quinn: The New York Story" which is another stand-up comedy series that was filmed in New York and directed by the legendary Jerry Seinfeld. Fans who wants to get to know more about this guy should first watch "Unconstitutional" that is also being aired now on Netflix. The other one is "Michael Che Matters" where the lead star is a member of "Saturday Night Live"
Last but certainly not the least is "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (Season 1) will be back on November 25. The original cast will reprise their roles and is set for a four-part special series.