All the Light We Cannot See

Fans of Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel All the Light We Cannot See know that adapting the WWII-set tale—about the power of human connection—wouldn’t be an easy task. Now they get to see how the creative team fared in this four-part series, directed by Canadian Shawn Levy (Free Guy, Deadpool 3, recent public friend of Taylor Swift), which follows a blind French girl (Aria Mia Loberti) and a German soldier (Louis Hofmann) as their paths overlap near the end of the war. Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie also star.

Available: November 2


Awards season is officially underway (hi, Moira Rose), and sports biopic Nyad would like to enter the chat. Annette Bening stars as the titular Diana Nyad, a writer and record-breaking long-distance swimmer who, at the age of 64, became the third known person to swim the 110-mile open-ocean stretch from Cuba to Florida. (Over the years, Nyad has faced—and denied—questions about whether she followed proper protocols during her swim, which has never been officially ratified.) Jodie Foster also stars in the film, which is the feature-length narrative debut of Oscar-winning documentarians Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin.

Available: November 3

Selling Sunset (Season 7)

Does Selling Sunset have enough juice to sustain a seventh season following the women realtors of The Oppenheim Group in L.A.? I’ll leave it up to the fans to decide if they’re still buying the drama. The trailer also hints at a dinner between the cast and the agents from sister office/series Selling the O.C.

Available: November 3

The Killer

David Fincher (the filmmaker behind hits like Se7en, Fight Club, Gone Girl and more) is back with what’s sure to be another tense, very messed up thriller. Michael Fassbender stars in The Killer as an elite assassin who gets sucked into an international hunt against his employers after a hit gone wrong. Adapted from the French graphic novel series of the same name, Arliss Howard, Charles Parnell, Sala Baker and Tilda Swinton also star.

Available: November 10

The Crown (Season 6, Part 1)

It’s the beginning of the end for sweeping historical drama The Crown, which is going into the first part of its sixth and final season (the second part is set to debut next month). On deck for the British royal family this time around? More of princes William and Harry and the tragic death of Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki).

Available: November 16


I don’t need to actually see Rustin to know that star Colman Domingo will blow me—and every other viewer—away. Just one episode of Euphoria or his appearance in Zola is enough to see how talented he is. In this biopic, backed by the Obamas’ production company, he steps into the role of Bayard Rustin, a revolutionary civil rights activist who faced unrelenting racism and homophobia over the course of his life and work, which included helping Martin Luther King Jr. plan the 1963 March on Washington.

Available: November 17

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off—an anime adaptation of the beloved graphic novels—really is a nostalgia play, especially if you loved the 2010 film, or were growing up in Toronto (where it was set and filmed) when it came out. The premise is familiar: Scott meets Ramona, the girl of his dreams, but must defeat her evil exes to get a chance to date her. The good news? The OG cast is all back lending their voices to the series, including Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Brie Larson, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Mae Whitman, Ellen Wong and Jason Schwartzman.

Available: November 17

Squid Game: The Challenge

I am, to be frank, horrified by the existence of Squid Game: The Challenge, a reality competition series that has 456 people facing off in (not deadly) versions of the games from Korean hit Squid Game as it is entirely antithetical to the award-winning drama’s commentary on wealth, power and capitalism. But who am I to deny anyone their fun—or the USD $4.56 million promised to the winner?

Available: November 22

My Demon

My Demon starts with a twist of fate: heiress Do Do Hee (Kim You-Jung) manages to somehow “steal” the powers of immortal demon Jung Gu-Won (Song Kang). So, they strike a deal, and Gu-Won must help You-Jung in all things life and business in order to keep his powers (and immortality) safe. Sounds like the start of a fairy tale romance, right?

Available: November 24

Family Switch

Can Family Switch be Freaky Friday for a new generation? The film—about a family (made up of Jennifer Garner, Ed Helms, Emma Myers and Brady Noon) who wakes up on what they each believe to be the most important days of their lives only to find out they’ve all switched bodies—can certainly try at the very least.

Available: November 30


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Everything Else Coming to Netflix Canada in November 2023

Available November 1
Hurricane Season (Netflix Film)
Locked In (Netflix Film)
Mysteries of the Faith (Netflix Documentary)
Nuovo Olimpo (Netflix Film)
Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom (Netflix Documentary)
Wingwomen (Netflix Film)
A Knight’s Tale
The Addams Family
Dear Evan Hansen
Love in the Wild: Season 1
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
New Amsterdam: Seasons 1-5
The Perfect Storm

Available November 2
All the Light We Cannot See (Netflix Series)
Cigarette Girl (Netflix Series)
Higuita: The Way of the Scorpion (Netflix Documentary)
Onimusha (Netflix Anime)
Unicorn Academy (Netflix Family)

Available November 3
BLUE EYE SAMURAI (Netflix Adult Animation)
Daily Dose of Sunshine (Netflix Series)
Ferry: The Series (Netflix Series)
NYAD (Netflix Film)
Selling Sunset: Season 7 (Netflix Series)
Sly (Netflix Documentary)
The Tailor: Season 3 (Netflix Series)
Vacaciones de verano (Netflix Film)

Available November 7
Chasing Liberty
Face Off: Seasons 4-5
The Great Wall

The Improv: 60 and Still Standing (Netflix Comedy)

Available November 8
The Billionaire, the Butler and the Boyfriend (Netflix Documentary)
The Claus Family 3 (Netflix Film)
Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld (Netflix Documentary)
Escaping Twin Flames (Netflix Documentary)
Robbie Williams (Netflix Documentary)

Available November 9
Akuma Kun (Netflix Anime)
Temple of Film: 100 Years of the Egyptian Theatre (Netflix Documentary)

Available November 10
At the Moment (Netflix Series)
The Killer (Netflix Film)
Team Ninja Warrior: Season 2

Available November 14
Criminal Code (Netflix Series)
How to Become a Mob Boss (Netflix Documentary)
The Netflix Cup: Swing to Survive (Netflix Film)
Suburræterna (Netflix Series)

Available November 15
Don’t Breathe
Feedback (Netflix Series)
Matt Rife: Natural Selection (Netflix Comedy)
Million Dollar Decorators: Season 1
National Security
Saving Hope: Seasons 1-5

Available November 16
Best. Christmas. Ever! (Netflix Film)
The Crown: Season 6 Part 1 (Netflix Series)
Ghostbusters: Afterlife
In Love and Deep Water (Netflix Film)

Available November 17
All-Time High (Netflix Film)
Believer 2 (Netflix Film)
CoComelon Lane (Netflix Family)
The Dads (Netflix Documentary)
The Queenstown Kings (Netflix Film)
Rustin (Netflix Film)
Sagrada Familia: Season 2 (Netflix Series)
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (Netflix Anime)

Available November 20
Shahs of Sunset: Seasons 1-2
Stamped from the Beginning (Netflix Documentary)

Available November 21
American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story
Leo (Netflix Family)
What a Girl Wants

Available November 22
Crime Diaries: The Celebrity Stylist (Netflix Film)
High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America: Season 2 (Netflix Documentary)
Squid Game: The Challenge (Netflix Series) (New episodes released weekly)

Available November 23
My Daemon (Netflix Anime)
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 6 (Netflix Family)

Available November 24
A Nearly Normal Family (Netflix Series)
DOI BOY (Netflix Film)
I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me (Netflix Film)
Last Call for Istanbul (Netflix Film)
My Demon (Netflix Series)
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
Wedding Games (Netflix Film)

Available November 27
Go Dog Go: Season 4 (Netflix Family)

Available November 28
Comedy Royale (Netflix Series)
Love Like a K-Drama (Netflix Series)
Onmyoji (Netflix Anime)
Verified Stand-Up (Netflix Comedy)

Available November 29
American Symphony (Netflix Documentary)
Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife (Netflix Documentary)
The Silencing

Available November 30
The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday (Netflix Family)
Family Switch (Netflix Film)
Hard Days (Netflix Film)
No Country for Old Men
Obliterated (Netflix Series)
Reasonable Doubt
Virgin River: Season 5 Part 2 (Netflix Series)