And just like that, we're a little over two months away from the end of what can only be described as an absolutely wild year.
One thing that's stayed consistent throughout 2020 has been the insane amount of high-quality streaming content at our disposal with the streaming heavyweights continuing to churn out a ton of awesome content. Netlfix's November release schedule holds par in this regard.
This months' highlights are led by the anticipated return of fan favourite; The Crown which follows the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The fourth season covers the period between 1977 and 1990 and brings Princess Diana, Prince William and Prince Harry into the show for the first time.
Other Netflix Originals to keep an eye out for include Love and Anarchy. The story follows the relationship of a married consultant and a young IT technician, as they assign each other challenges that question societal norms in a flirtatious game leading to unintended consequences.
Meanwhile, for the supernatural fans out there, Paranormal is a new Fantasy show which drops at the start of the month and documents the story of a skeptical hematologist who unwillingly becomes the go-to-guy for paranormal investigations.
On a completely different end of the content spectrum, Voices of Fire is worth adding to your November watch-list. The series follows Pharrell’s search, in his hometown community of Virginia, to find the best voices to join his gospel choir.
After the recent success of Netflix Documentaries following the likes of Travis Scott and BLACKPINK, November sees another music-centric documentary grace our shores, this time following the rise of Canadian pop-superstar Shawn Mendes, as he opens up about his stardom, relationships and musical future.
On the movie front, November highlights are headlined by two incredibly powerful Indigenous Australian films with Toomelah and Sweet and Country.
Toomelah, which received a standing ovation at the 2011 Cannes film festival illustrates the harsh reality of living in a disadvantaged, remote community.
Meanwhile, Sweet Country which stars Sam Neil, Bryan Brown and Hamilton Morris, is the critically acclaimed 2017 film from director Warwick Thornton. Inspired by real events, the film is a period western set in 1929 and sees justice itself put on trial.
Check out the complete list of new shows and movies below and get ready for another huge month of streaming.