13 new movies, shows to watch in Canada in November: Netflix, Disney+ and more

13 new movies, shows to watch in Canada in November: Netflix, Disney+ and more

From festive to hilarious, we've rounded up 13 of the best movies and shows to stream this November.

From festive to hilarious, we’ve rounded up 13 of the best movies and shows to stream this November.

The countdown to the holidays has officially begun, and streaming services are giving us favorites – both old and new.

Two highly anticipated TIFF titles are finally released on streaming platforms — “My Policeman,” starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin, on Prime Video; and “The Swimmers,” the opening film at TIFF, streamed on Netflix.

Netflix also kicks off the holidays with Lindsay Lohan in her Christmas original, “Falling For Christmas,” while Apple TV+ brings “Spirited,” a fun musical twist on the classic Dickens story “A Christmas Carol,” told from the perspective. of ghosts.

Below, check out our full list of our top picks for streaming on Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+ and CBC Gem in Canada this month.

The week of 1 Nov

Enola Holmes 2

Enola Holmes 2. Image via Netflix

Enola Holmes 2. Image via Netflix

Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) takes on her first official case as a detective, but to solve the mystery of a missing girl, she needs the help of friends – and brother Sherlock. Streams November 4 on Netflix

My police officer

My police officer.  Image via Prime Video

My police officer. Image via Prime Video

A story of forbidden love and shifting social conventions, “My Policeman” follows three young people – police officer Tom (Harry Styles), teacher Marion (Emma Corrin) and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson) – as they embark on an emotional journey in 1950s Great Britain. Streams November 4 on Prime Video

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Causeway

Causeway.  Image via Apple TV+

Causeway. Image via Apple TV+

“The Causeway” is an intimate portrait of a soldier (Jennifer Lawrence) struggling to adjust to life after returning home to New Orleans. Emmy and Tony Award nominee Brian Tyree Henry stars alongside Lawrence. Streams November 4 on Apple TV+

The week of 7 Nov

The Crown: Season 5

The Crown: Season 5. Image via Netflix

The Crown: Season 5. Image via Netflix

Diana and Charles wage a media war. The role of the monarchy is up for debate. Welcome to the 90s – and Queen Elizabeth II’s biggest challenge to date. Streams November 9 on Netflix

Falling before Christmas

Falling before Christmas.  Image via Netflix

Falling before Christmas. Image via Netflix

After losing her memory in a skiing accident, a spoiled heiress lands in the cozy care of a widower and his daughter at Christmas. Streams November 10 on Netflix

The week of 14 Nov

A kind of season 2

A kind of S2.  Image via CBC Gem

A kind of S2. Image via CBC Gem

Continuing the next chapter, the highly anticipated season 2 of “Sort Of” dives right into the heart, like the season of love. Cis/bio and selected family love (including the roles played by aunts, uncles, siblings and parents) and friend love – including the non-normative queer and genderqueer relationships. And yes: “Rachel McAdams kind of romantic love” too. This new season will ask: what does love look like? Streams November 15 on CBC Gem

Dead to Me: Season 3

Dead to Me: Season 3. Image via Netflix

Dead to Me: Season 3. Image via Netflix

A hit-and-run started it all for Jen and Judy (Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini). Now another shocking crash changes the future of their friendship. All roads have led to this. Streams November 17 on Netflix

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Slumberland

Slumberland.  Image via Netflix

Slumberland. Image via Netflix

Together with a lifeless outlaw, a daring young orphan travels through a dreamland to find a precious gem that will fulfill her greatest wish. The film stars Jason Momoa, Marlow Barkley and Chris O’Dowd. Streams November 18 on Netflix

Spiritual

Spiritual.  Image via Apple TV+

Spiritual. Image via Apple TV+

Every Christmas Eve, The Ghost of Christmas Present (Will Ferrell) chooses a dark soul to be reformed by a visit from three spirits. But this season he chose the wrong Scrooge. Clint Briggs (Ryan Reynolds) turns the tables on his ghostly host until Present finds himself re-examining his own past, present and future. For the first time, “A Christmas Carol” is told from the ghost’s perspective in this hilarious musical twist on the classic Dickens story. Streams November 18 on Apple TV+

Disenchanted

Disenchanted.  Image via Disney+

Disenchanted. Image via Disney+

It’s been more than 10 years since Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) married, but Giselle has become disillusioned with life in the city, so they move their growing family to the sleepy suburban community of Monroeville in search of more fairy. the adventure life. Unfortunately, it’s not the quick fix she’d hoped for. Suburbia has a whole new set of rules and a local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), who makes Giselle feel more out of place than ever. Streams November 18 on Disney+

The week of 21 Nov

The swimmers

The swimmers.  Image via Netflix

The swimmers. Image via Netflix

The opening film at TIFF this year, “The Swimmers” follows the story of two sisters. From war-torn Syria to the Rio 2016 Olympics, the siblings embark on a risky journey, putting their hearts and swimming skills to heroic use. Streams November 23 on Netflix

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Wednesday

Wednesday.  Image via Netflix

Wednesday. Image via Netflix

Smart, sarcastic and a little dead inside, Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega) investigates a murder spree while making new friends—and enemies—at Nevermore Academy. Streams November 23 on Netflix

Good night Oppy

Good night Oppy.  Image via Prime Video

Good night Oppy. Image via Prime Video

Following selection for both TIFF and VIFF, this doc tells the inspiring true story of Opportunity, a rover that was sent to Mars for a 90-day mission but ended up surviving for 15 years. The film follows Opportunity’s pioneering journey on Mars and the remarkable bond that forms between a robot and her humans millions of kilometers away. Streams November 23 on Prime Video

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