As the weather turns chillier, and people are forced to stay in close quarters, those who love to watch movies and TV series at home will love this news. Netflix revealed that the network has a fresh new set of movies and TV series slated to launch in November. People can't stop cold nights from coming, but they can make them bearable by watching Netflix movies and TV shows.
Netflix Promises To Give Clients 50 Percent Original Content
Netflix is fulfilling its promise to offer 50 percent original content to its clients. The network has a good number of company-created films and TV series in November. These include films for streaming, comedy specials, and new TV series. One of the latest TV series is the much-awaited "The Crown."
"The Crown" is a docu-drama that focuses on the life of Queen Elizabeth II. It stars Claire Foy, a popular British actress, as the Queen and Matt Smith as Prince Philip. Smith has previously played the role of "Dr. Who." This TV series will be a welcome treat to anglophiles.
Here Are Some Netflix Titles For November
According to reports, some of the films and TV series showing on the network include "Danger Mouse" season 2, "All Hail King Julien" season 4, "Roman Empire: Reign of Blood" season 1, "True Memoirs of An International Assassin," and "Under the Sun." A complete list of the movies and TV series for November are listed on the official Netflix site.
Be Sure To Catch These Films Before They Are Gone
Some of the films that will be canceled are "Equilibrium," "Almost Famous," and "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial." Fans who love these movies should check them out before they are finally gone forever in Netflix.
How Much Will It Cost Per Month?
There are two types of subscription services at Netflix, the DVD/Blu-Ray service, and the Streaming services. The DVD plan is offered in two ways, the limited plan with no more than two DVDs a month is priced at $4.99 per month. The unlimited plan is from $7.99 to $52.99. The Streaming plan is priced at $8.99 per month.