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As the month changes, so too does the number of offerings available on Netflix. TV series come and go from the platform constantly, and the first half of any given month is an especially good time to find your favorite new show to binge-watch. Here’s what’s new on Netflix for November 2019.
Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!
Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! is the third Queer Eye series to air this year. The show’s third season premiered back in March, with its fourth season following shortly after in July. Now, in a new four-episode mini-season, the Fab Five has traveled to Tokyo to help people from an entirely different culture reach their full potential. Critics and fans have agreed that this mini-season is well worth watching.
Atypical, Season 3
In the Netflix series Atypical, Keir Gilchrist depicts Sam Gardner, an autistic high schooler struggling to assert his independence and successfully date. For season three, though, Sam heads to college, where he’ll study art. As Sam takes a huge step with which many autistic people struggle, his sister Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine) will continue to explore her possible queerness, a journey that began with last season’s finale. The rift between the siblings’ parents Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and Doug (Michael Rappaport) will be a key season three focus as well.
Billy on the Street, Seasons 1-4
In late 2011, Fuse premiered a TV show that would grow into a minor cultural touchstone and significantly raise its creator’s profile. Specifically, people who know loud, obnoxious Parks and Recreation character Craig Middlebrooks and Difficult People protagonist Billy Epstein might be surprised to learn that Billy Eichner got his start shouting at innocent New Yorkers. Netflix subscribers can relive the wholesome loudness of Eichner’s Billy on the Street series with the show’s first four seasons now available to stream. Look out for prominent guests including Will Ferrell, Rashida Jones, and Maya Rudolph.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays, Season 2
The tenth series (or seventh collection, according to the Netflix classification) of The Great British Baking Show wrapped up at the very beginning of the month. The show is nevertheless wasting no time in returning, with its second holiday special arriving just a week after that tenth season finale. It’s not yet known which previous Baking Show contestants will return to compete in this new spin-off, but it is known that eight previous contestants in total will compete.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, Volume 5
As of today, the fifth volume of hit Netflix comedy news show Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj has premiered. Patriot Act, unlike the other shows on this list (but as with an increasing number of Netflix shows), releases new episodes weekly rather than all at once. The fifth-volume premiere, then, might work best as the cherry on top of your binge-watching session With the options above, you’ve got more than enough TV to last you a while.
What Netflix arrivals are you most excited for this month? Share your faves in the comments!