35 best new Netflix movies and shows to watch in November 2019

The Knight Before Christmas - Josh Whitehouse, Vanessa Hudgens - Photo Credit: Netflix / Brooke Palmer
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The 35 best new movies and shows coming to Netflix in November 2019, including The Knight Before Christmas, Atypical, and The Crown.

When the calendar strikes November 1, it’s officially time to start decking the halls and having a holly jolly holiday. At least, that’s what Netflix said with its list of new releases coming in November. From the very top of the month through the Thanksgiving holiday, the streaming giant unveils its 2019 holiday lineup with Christmas movies, shows and specials to spare.

Find your next lineup of movies and TV shoes to marathon this with our comprehensive list of the 35 best new release titles coming to Netflix in November 2019, and comment below with your favorite picks!

35. End of Watch

Release Year: 2012

Directed By: David Ayer

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Peña, Anna Kendrick, Maurice Compte, Natalie Martinez, Flakiss, Frank Grillo, America Ferrera, Cody Horn, David Harbour, Cle Sloan, David Fernandez Jr., Shondrella Avery, Kristy Wu

Release Date: Saturday, Nov. 23

November’s new releases run the gamut of genre, and there’s something for every kind of binge-watcher. Whether you prefer to get into the Christmas spirit early or digging back in time with throwback favorites, your watch list will be overflowing this month. If you’re searching for a new crime drama to add to your movie marathon rotation, End of Watch might be exactly what you’re looking for, and it’s coming to Netflix this month as one of the month’s best new releases.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña star in End of Watch as friends and LAPD partners Brian Taylor and Mike Zavala, who use unmatched dedication, honesty and some light rule-bending to patrol one of Los Angeles’ most dangerous neighborhoods. Even though Taylor films their daily patrolling isn’t recommended, he and Zavala always have each other’s backs on the job. The officers’ teamwork comes in handy when they run into trouble with a Mexican cartel and they become embroiled in danger and chaos.

End of Watch comes from director David Ayer, who also directed such films as Fury, Suicide Squad, Bright and The Tax Collector. Upon release, the film earned mostly positive reception from critics and holds an 85% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. End of Watch also enjoyed a successful box office run, making $57.6 million worldwide on a $7 million budget, and was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards.

This one’s a must-watch for all Jake Gyllenhaal fans, and you can add it to your list when it begins streaming on Netflix on Nov. 23.