It’s approaching the end of the year and this November you can expect the return many of great Netflix series. Headlining it all is the local hit, Blood & Water and its highly anticipated season 3 coming to a small screen near us on the 25th of November. After last year’s explosive season finale left us hungry for answers, and Netflix ensures that we’re in for a bumpy ride. Relationships are put to the test and more secrets are being uncovered. Stay tuned to find out what the Parkhurst crew gets up to!
Settle down with a piping hot cup of tea and some biscuits, as The Crown returns for its fifth season that is sure to enthral viewers. World Cup month kicks off with FIFA Uncovered, an investigative documentary on what it takes to host the football’s most anticipated event. Alongside this you can expect the return of the second season of Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Season 2: Down Under as Zac takes us on his journey through the rich biodiversity of Australia.
Here are some of the upcoming highlights:
Blood & Water: Season 3 – Netflix Series – 11/25/2022
As another year begins at Parkhurst, Puleng and Fiks search for a lost loved one — but their perseverance could be putting them in grave danger.
Manifest: Season 4 Part 1 – Netflix Series – 11/4/2022
Amid loss and misfortune, the Stone family and the Flight 828 passengers search for the true meaning behind their Callings as ominous signs linger.
The Crown: Season 5 – Netflix Series – 11/9/2022
Diana and Charles wage a media war. The monarchy’s role is up for debate. Welcome to the ’90s — and Queen Elizabeth II’s biggest challenge to date.
FIFA Uncovered – Netflix Series – 11/9/2022
From power struggles to global politics, an exploration of FIFA reveals the organization’s checkered history — and what it takes to host a World Cup.
Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Season 2: Down Under – Netflix Series – 11/11/2022
Zac and Darin take an eye-opening adventure across Australia, delving into its rich biodiversity and culture — and the efforts to protect both.
Dead to Me: Season 3 – Netflix Series – 11/17/2022
A hit-and-run started it all for Jen and Judy. Now another shocking crash alters the future of their ride-or-die friendship. All roads have led to this.
Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich – Netflix Series – 11/25/2022
Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich goes beyond the headlines of the Ghislaine Maxwell case to tell the definitive story of Epstein’s mysterious accomplice, illuminating how her class and privilege concealed her predatory nature.
Knuckle City – 11/1/2022
Haunted by his father’s legacy, an aging boxer hopes to lift his family out of crime and poverty by mounting a comeback in a high-stakes fight.
The Craigslist Killer – 11/1/2022
Based on a true story, this thriller tells the story of a medical student whose seemingly perfect life is a cover for his murderous pursuit of women.
Little Man – 11/1/2022
A man is so eager to become a dad that he’ll believe anything, including the notion that a baby-faced thief on the lam is really an abandoned toddler.
Forrest Gump – 11/1/2022
A gentle, friendly man navigates through the major events of the 1960s and ’70s while inspiring those around him with his perpetual optimism.
Girls Trip – 11/16/2022
Four college friends go wild during a boozy reunion trip to the annual Essence Festival in New Orleans that tests the strength of their sisterhood.
The Tokoloshe – 11/18/2022
A woman with dangerously repressed emotions takes the night shift at a run-down hospital, where she meets a girl who is tormented by something terrible.
Rick and Morty: Season 6 – 11/21/2022
Worse for wear and down on their luck, Rick and Morty attempt to bounce back for more intriguing adventures, possibly involving a bunch of dinosaurs.
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) – 11/24/2022
After breaking it off with the Joker, Harley Quinn becomes a target till she teams up with an all-women superhero squad to battle a crime kingpin.
Check out the full line up here.
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