Netflix Philippines: What’s New This November 2019
With the month anew comes a roster of fresh shows from Netflix Philippines that remains perfect for lazy afternoons and weekends that are meant for binge-watching stuff.
To save you the seemingly endless search for a good show, we made a quick rundown of those that are coming to Netflix this November.
Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!
Queer Eyes lands in Japan for the show’s new season!
The Fab Five, accompanied by Japanese celebrities Kiko Mizuhara and Naomi Watanabe, spreads joy, explores the country’s vibrant culture, and helps four Japanese men and women find the confidence to be themselves.
Release Date: November 1
Cast: Bobby Berk, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Kiko Mizuhara
The Devil Next Door
This true-crime docu-series follows the controversial case of John Demjanjuk who was accused of being a Nazi war criminal years after World War II.
By hiding under a fake name in America to deviate from his identity as one of the most violent concentration camp guards in history or Ivan the Terrible, Demjanjuk looks towards avoiding punishment—which he succeeded at as he maintained innocence until his death.
However, there have been theories surrounding his identity years after: was he really Ivan the Terrible or was he convicted for actions that he had no part of?
The Devil Next Door will explore both sides of the compelling case, even tracing the arguments that are for and against the conviction.
Release Date: November 4
Cast: John Demjanjuk, Yoram Sheftel
Let It Snow
A Netflix Original movie, Let It Snow is an adaptation of the novel Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle.
The movie follows three different stories that take place in the same hometown, as a group of teens celebrate the holidays and figure out their relationships.
From a love triangle to the creation of an ultimate party, this Christmas movie will surely bring smiles and laughter this holiday season.
Release Date: November 8
Running Time: 1hour 32minutes
Cast: Isabela Moner, Odeya Rush, Kiernan Shipka
Your Lie in April: The Movie
Kosei Arima is a piano prodigy who loses his ability to play after a traumatic loss during his childhood. But eventually, he was forced back into the spotlight by Kaori Miyazono, an eccentric violinist who has her own way of playing her chosen instrument.
Your Lie in April explores the subsequent love story of the two and how their relationship let to the titular lie in April.
Release Date: November 15
Running Time: 2 hours and 2 minutes
Cast: Kento Yamazaki, Suzu Hirose, Anna Ishii
The Crown: Season 3
After taking a long break, the third season of The Crown is set to make a come back with a revamped cast this November, spanning the years of 1964 to 1976 which follows the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
The season is said to focus more on the marriage of Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdown, as well as the relationship between Queen Elizabeth II and this period’s head of the British government, Harold Wilson.
Release Date: November 17
Cast: Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham-Carter, Tobias Menzies
The 2017 remake of Stephen King’s classic novel bearing the same title follows a group of teens dubbed The Losers Club, who bond together to destroy a shape-shifting monster who disguises himself as Pennywise the Clown.
Particularly, Pennywise preys on the children of a small Maine town called Derry where children disappear one by one, and The Losers Club will do whatever it takes to stop it.
Release Date: November 18
Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes
Cast: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Martell, Finn Wolfhard
The Knight Before Christmas
A medieval knight named Sir Cole is transported to present-day Ohio by a sorceress during the holiday season.
As he befriends Brooke, a science teacher who is disillusioned by love, and navigates through her in the modern world in pursuit of the one true quest that will bring him home, Sir Cole begins to ponder how much he wishes to return to his old life—particularly as their bond becomes stronger.
Release Date: November 21
Running Time: 1 hour and 32 minutes
Cast: Emmanuelle Chriqui, Vanessa Hudgens, Josh Whitehouse
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings or simply Heartstrings is an anthology series that is set to showcase the stories, memories, and inspirations behind the most beloved songs of Dolly Parton. All the episodes will be titled after songs released by Parton including favorites such as Jolene, Cracker Jack, and If I Had Wings, among others.
Release Date: November 21
Cast: Dolly Parton, Athena Akers, Ny’Jal Blair
The Movies That Made Us
A spin-off series to the Netflix documentary series The Toys That Made Us, The Movies That Made Us will focus on the production of generational films and its impact on popular culture. The docu-series will tackle the movies Dirty Dancing, Die Hard, Home Alone, and Ghostbusters.
Prominently, this explores the different genres of films that had the most impact on the culture then and now.
Release Date: November 29
Which Netflix release are you excited for this month? Don’t forget to share them with us in the comments!