If you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to the horror season, you can rest easy that “Wednesday” is launching on Netflix this month (November 23). Jenna Ortega is following up with roles in “Scream” and “X” as a renewed take on the beloved Addams Family character. The supernatural mystery sees Wednesday working to master her psychic abilities and investigate the many mysteries of her school. For those seeking more nostalgia-filled entertainment, November will also mark the premiere of “Blockbuster” (November 3). Created by “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” alumna Vanessa Ramos, the comedy is set in the last blockbuster video store in America.
Documentaries debuting this month include Alexis Eggre’s “Afrofuturism: The Origin Story” (November 10) and Rosa Ruth Boston’s “Master of Light” (November 16). The former highlights the work of Afrofuturist musicians, writers, artists and theorists, and the latter is a portrait of George Anthony Morton, a classical painter who returns to his hometown after spending 10 years in federal prison.
It’s time for a reunion — and then farewell — for “Dead to Me.” The dark comedy, led by Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, is returning for its third and final season on November 17th. The second season of “The Sex Lives of College Girls,” Mindy Kaling’s campus-set upcoming series, debuts November 17.
Here are the returned November premieres and TV projects run and created by women. All details are from press material unless otherwise noted.
TV and episodic premieres:
“Cold x Windy (Premieres on US November 3)
Malika (Shakia), a hip-hop and drill star, is working south of Chicago to build a better life for herself and her son.
“Blockbuster” – Produced by Vanessa Ramos (Premieres November 3 on Netflix)
Set in the previous Blockbuster video stores in America, “Blockbuster” explores what it takes and what it takes for a small business to succeed.
“Killer Sally” (Documentary) (Premieres November 3 Netflix)
Interviews with friends, family, and Sally McNeil herself chart a bodybuilding couple’s rocky marriage—and its shocking ending in a Valentine’s Day murder.
“The Fabulous” – Produced by Kim Ji-hee, Im Jin-sun and Kim Jeong-hyeon (Premieres November 4 on Netflix)
Four best friends juggle demanding jobs, romantic dilemmas and wild nights on the town while pursuing their dreams in the competitive world of fashion.
“Mood” (miniseries) – Produced by Nickel Leckie (Premieres November 6 on BBC America and AMC+)
Twenty-year-old Sasha (Nicole Leckie)’s desire to become a singer takes her into a world of online influencers and a more dangerous path in this adaptation of Nicole Leckie’s 2019 stage monologue “Superho”.
“Spectre” (Documentary) – Sheena M. Directed by Joyce and Don Argot (Premieres November 6 on Showtime)
A casual encounter between the charismatic actress Lana Clarkson and famed music producer Phil Spector culminated in a fatal shooting that forever distorted their legacy. This four-part documentary peels back the layers of one of Hollywood’s saddest crimes and paints a more human portrait of Clarkson and the man convicted of her murder to be deeply disturbing.
“Dangerous Contact” – Produced by Harriet Warner (Premieres November 6 on Starz)
Camille (Alice Englert) is being mentored by the current Marquis de Merteuil (Leslie Manville) upon meeting Pascal Valmont (Nicolas Denton) in Paris before the French Revolution.
“Afrofuturism: The Origin Story” (Documentary) – Directed by Alexis Eggre (Premieres November 10 on Smithsonian Channel)
Using archival footage, performances and discussions, “Afrofuturism: The Origin Story” invites viewers to explore the multi-disciplined expressions of Black creativity. The film opens a door to a full spectrum of characters that captivate with their authenticity and personal approach, including Kevin Strait, curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The voices of Afrofuturist musicians, writers, artists and theorists weave together a world that is hidden in plain sight.
“From the Top of My Lunges” (“A Grito Heredo”) — Created by Juliana Barrera (Primary November 11 on Prime Video)
Four school friends and their singing teacher form a fun and very promising romantic musical cover band until a major fight breaks them up. Seven years later, thanks to the marriage of one of them, they meet again. An improvised and emotional bar performance opens up the possibility for these five women to recreate their cover group as teenagers, but first they must resolve their complicated and chaotic lives and the marked differences that lead them to split. We do.
“Circuit Breakers” – Created by Melody Fox (Premieres November 11 on Apple TV+)
“Circuit Breakers” follows the anthology of the future as it tackles children’s issues through a sci-fi lens. But everything is not as it seems and their curiosity leads to chaos.
“Johanna Nordstrom: Call the Police” (Comedy Special) (Premieres November 15 on Netflix)
The comedian and podcast host takes on sexual escapades, the TikTok police, and how she became Sweden’s pandemic poster girl.
“Master of Light” (Documentary) – Directed by Rosa Ruth Boston (Premieres November 16 on HBO)
George Anthony Morton, a classical painter who spent ten years in federal prison, travels to his hometown to paint members of his family. Going back forces George to confront his past in his quest to rewrite the script of his life.
“Mind Your Manners” (Premieres November 16 on Netflix)
“Mind Your Manners” follows world-renowned etiquette teacher Sarah Jane Ho as she uses the language of manners and etiquette to help her students be their best selves and comfort others. Get ready to laugh, cry and learn a thing or two as Sarah transforms the lives of her students and helps them gain the confidence to shine in any situation – starting with a sensible spot of afternoon tea doing. Pinky in or out?
“1899” – Produced by Jantje Fresse and Barn Bo Oder (Premieres November 17 on Netflix)
Multinational immigrants traveling from the old continent to the new face a nightmare puzzle on another ship sailing in the open ocean.
“Leopard Skin” (Premieres November 17 at Peacock)
A criminal gang on the run from a failed jewelry theft, is forced to hide in a beachside property where two women live in seclusion. Their world turns into a house full of secrets, betrayals and tensions of desires.
“Fleshman Is in Trouble” — Produced by Taffy Brodesser-Akner (Premieres November 17 on Hulu)
Forty-year-old Dr. Toby Fleischman (Jesse Eisenberg) is recently divorced and finding great success on dating apps when his ex-wife, Rachel (Claire Danes), goes missing, leaving him in charge of their two young children. Is. The series is based on the book of the same name by Taffy Brodesser-Akner.
“Supreme Reign” – Produced by Kateel Quilvere, Helier Cisterne, Vincent Poimiro and David Elcaim (Premieres November 18 on Netflix)
From projects to the biggest venues in Paris, the series follows two teenage friends for life as they forge the birth and rise of French hip-hop.
“Somebody” (Premieres November 18 on Netflix)
A software developer (Kang Hee-lim) and his friends fall into a murder and crime trap, with a dating app built by him and a mysterious man hiding nearby.
“Wednesday” (Premieres November 23 on Netflix)
While attending Nevermore Academy, Wednesday Adams (Jenna Ortega) attempts to master her emerging psychic potential, thwart a murder spree and solve the mystery that puzzled her parents 25 years ago. Had given.
“Blood, Sex & Royalty” (Documentary) – Produced by Yarrow Timi-Beu (Premieres November 23 on Netflix)
A modern take on British royal drama, this steamy series offers a window into the lives of history’s deadliest, sexiest and most iconic monarchs.
“The Unbroken Voice” (Premieres November 23 on Netflix)
Against all odds, a young Arielis Henao (Mariana Gomez) pursues her dream of a singing career in this music-packed drama inspired by the early life of the Colombian icon.
“Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin” – Created by Megan Amram (Premieres November 23 at Peacock)
Bumper (Adam Devine) moves to Germany to revive his music career after growing up with one of his songs in Berlin.
“Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne” (Documentary) (Premieres November 29 on Hulu)
Cara Delevingne explores the big questions about human sexuality, examining issues including relationships, sex appeal, and the popularity of pornography.
“Young Royals” — Produced by Lisa Anbjorn, Camilla Holter and Lars Bekung (Netflix, November 1)
“Warrior Nun” (Netflix, November 10)
“Mythic Quest” – Produced by Megan Ganz, Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney (Apple TV+, November 11)
“dead to me” — Created by Liz Feldman (Netflix, November 17)
“First Wives Club” – Created by Tracy Oliver (BET+, Nov 17)
“Sex Life of College Girls” – Produced by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble (HBO Max, November 17)
“Ziwe” — Created by Ziwe Fumudoh (Showtime, Nov 18)
“The L Word: Generation Q” — Created by Michelle Abbott, Eileen Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg and Marja-Louise Ryan (Showtime, November 20)
“Whitstable Pearl” — Produced by Julie Wasser (Acorn TV, November 28)