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New on Netflix in November 2022

Whether you’ve managed to embrace the Jeffrey Dahmer story or you’re still grappling with the Henry Cavill to Liam Hemsworth downgrade for the next season of The Witcher, Netflix does not give a sh*t. The monstrous streamer has already moved on, dropping another delicious round of binge-worthy material to keep you entertained and occupied while they try to figure out which sporting corruption story they want to flag next. This month, it’s more of the same – a schedule locked and loaded with a big dawg buffet of movies, series and documentaries set to square your eyes and drain your brain. From the blockbuster return of The Crown to whatever the f*ck Orgasm Inc. is, Netflix isn’t placing all its eggs in one basket, and neither should you. Buckle up buddy, here’s what is New on Netflix in November 2022.

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Best New Series on Netflix

The whole reason we come to the streamer in the first place, new Netflix series launches are the stuff of gold. This month, we’ve got a whole host of new releases, headlined by one royal-sized addition. Here are the best new series coming to Netflix in November 2022.

The Crown: Season 5

Get ready for TamponGate. The biggest, most explosive and mildly hilarious phone sex scandal of the late ’80s is finally making its way to the small screen (reportedly) in season five of The Crown. The fifth instalment of the occasionally historically accurate series on the British Royal Family returns on November 9, giving fans a first glimpse at the media scrutiny surrounding Charles and Diana. With relationships on the rocks and the monarchy suffering backlash, Queen Elizabeth II finds herself facing arguably her toughest challenge yet.

Release Date: 9 November 2022

Wednesday

The spooky and kooky clicking sounds of The Addams Family are heading back to screens in November, with Netflix’s series on Wednesday, the scariest member of the family, landing on November 23. In this new series, Jenna Ortega takes the reins as the disturbed teenager, tapping into the abrupt and confronting nature of the character with consume ease. The story itself follows Wednesday as she attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a killing spree and solve the mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago. If you love The Addams Family and have longed for another live-action adaptation, this one is worth the watch, if only for Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams.

Release Date: 23 November 2022

Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Season 2: Down Under

When the first series of Down to Earth dropped a few years back, it really surprised us. The docu-series took us inside Hollywood heart-throb Zac Efron‘s quest to bio-hack his body and live a more meaningful life. This time around, the super jacked actor is heading back Down Under to delve into the country’s rich biodiversity and culture — and the efforts to protect both.

Release Date: 9 November 2022

Blockbuster

A series shrouded in nostalgia, Blockbuster takes us back to where dreams were made – the video rental store on a Friday night. In this wholesome comedy, we follow Randall Park’s Timmy Yoon, an analogue dreamer in a 5G world. A passionate movie buff who refuses to get with the times, Timmy suddenly realises he is operating the last Blockbuster Video Store in America. From there, he’s forced to take stock of the situation, bringing his ragtag team of employees along for the ride. Despite the awkward premise, this one actually could be a winner.

Release Date: 3 November 2022

1899

F*ck yeah, ghost ship. Mark this one in your calendar, 1899 is going to be sick. This German-language horror series follows a group of European migrants who leave London on a steamship to start new lives in New York City. However, when they encounter another migrant ship adrift on the open sea, their journey begins to turn into a nightmare. Dark and moody, this desolate depiction of horror at sea looks utterly captivating.

Release Date: 17 November 2022

Best New Movies on Netflix

While the quality of Netflix’s films is a bit up and down, this month, the streamer has thrown its weight behind a few major releases. Millie Bobby-Brown is back expanding the Sherlock universe in Enola Holmes 2 and Lindsay Lohan’s crazy ass is back in a Hallmark special, so buckle up. Here are the best new movies on Netflix this month.

Enola Holmes 2

If we’re completely honest, Enola Holmes isn’t exactly a film we expected to get a sequel, but what do we know? The fantasy adventure flick sees Stranger Things‘ Millie Bobby Brown return as Sherlock Holmes’ plucky younger sister, once again on a quest to solve mysteries and kick bad guys in the face. This time around, Enola has followed in the footsteps of her brother, launching her own detective agency, however, when the sister of an impoverished young girl goes missing, the investigation turns deadly. While it might look like a bit of fun that your teenage sister will get a kick out of, the new flick actually seems to be worth a watch.

Release Date: 4 November 2022

Falling for Christmas

Big, crazy Lo-Ho is back. Former Mean Girl Lindsay Lohan steps back into the public eye in November 2022 in what could be the most garbage holiday film ever produced. In the un-imaginatively titled Falling For Christmas, the Herbie Fully Loaded star plays a young, newly engaged heiress. However, when a skiing accident leads to a bout of amnesia, she finds herself in the care of the handsome cabin owner and his daughter. By all accounts, this film looks absolutely Fetch!

Release Date: 10 November 2022

Lost Bullet 2

Fully disclosure – we did not see Lost Bullet 1, but we’re going to take a wild stab in the dark and assume you don’t need any prior knowledge to pick up the sequel. The 90-second trailer includes a whole host of head-chopping, gun-fights, questionable dialogue and a vengeful mechanic. Sign us up.

Release Date: 10 November 2022

The Wonder

Fresh off the Don’t Worry Darling press debacle, Florence Pugh is going back to her roots. The highly-revered actor stars in The Wonder, a period drama based on the book by Emma Donoghue, writer of Room. It follows a young Irish girl, Anna O’Donnell, whose Catholic family claim she has eaten nothing since her eleventh birthday… four months ago.

Release Date: 16 November 2022

New Documentaries on Netflix

This month, Netflix has streamlined the number of new documentaries, focusing on one major historical murder series, alongside another great true-crime series. Here are the best new documentaries coming to Netflix in November 2022.

Killer Sally

Murder, muscles and metabolic conditioning meet in this harrowing look at a relationship gone sour. Killer Sally charts the incredible true story of Sally McNeil, a former professional bodybuilder, wife and mother who was charged with second-degree murder after the shooting of her husband Rey. Remarkably, this docu-series includes interviews with her friends, family and even McNeil herself.

Release Date: 2 November 2022

Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste

Remember orgasmic meditation? Nope, neither do we, but apparently, it was a big thing in San Francisco’s tech bubble (classic horny web developers). Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste deep dives into the sexual wellness company that gained global notoriety after spruiking the benefits of coital care. According to the official synopsis, the investigative documentary employs access to 15 years of never-before-seen footage and interviews with former members to pull back the curtain on the organization and its controversial, enigmatic leader.

Release Date: 5 November 2022

FIFA Uncovered

Arriving just before the contentious 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, this documentary is sure to raise a few eyebrows. FIFA Uncovered chronicles the power struggles and global politics behind the football federation’s controversial past, exploring just where it all went so wrong and how they’ve managed to survive scrutiny.

Release Date: 9 November 2022

Stutz

It’s pretty rare when a celebrity lets the public in on their personal struggles, but that’s exactly what Academy Award-nominated star Jonah Hill is doing. After announcing that he was stepping back from press tours in an effort to prioritise his mental health, the American actor set his sights on therapy and Stutz is the result. The documentary film features a series of candid conversations between Hill and leading psychiatrist Phil Stutz, as the pair explores his early life experiences and unique, visual model of therapy.

Release Date: 14 November 2022

Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?

Holy sh*t, that looks bonkers. Harking way back to the mid-’90s at the height of the cola wars, this docu-series unpacks the vicious battle of the brands. Despite Pepsi’s celeb-backed advertisements, Coke still held the bigger market share, so Pepsi decided to go big. The soda brand rolled out the now infamous “Pepsi Stuff,” campaign which appeared to imply that you could essentially use “Pepsi Points” to purchase whatever you wanted, even a private jet.

Of course, Pepsi execs assumed the astronomical “price” of the military plane was set high enough to indicate it was a joke, but college student John Leonard saw it as a challenge and decided to call their bluff. Amassing an army of helpers, including mountaineering buddy Todd Hoffman, Leonard hashed out a plan to score the grandest prize of all – even if it never existed in the first place. Honestly, this story is almost too wild to believe.

Release Date: 17 November 2022

Ghislaine Maxell: Filthy Rich

Netflix really doesn’t like light-hearted features, do they? In this follow-up to the Jeffrey Epstein horror show, the streaming service takes us behind the headlines of the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, attempting to unearth the disgusting truth buried at the bottom of a bed of lies. This edition of Filthy Rich exposes Maxwell’s infamous backstory, painting a contentious picture of the woman at the heart of a scandal.

Release Date: 25 November 2022

New Comedy on Netflix

When it comes to laughs, Netflix has delivered the goods this month, with specials arriving from a host of the world’s best comedians. Here are the top comedy specials landing on Netflix in November 2022.

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Deon Cole Charleen’s Boy

We’ll pretty much sign up for anything Deon Cole throws at us and Charleen’s Boy is no exception. In this new stand-up special, the comedian riffs about romance, racist hotel showers, post-coital bedtime prayers and why he loves women of a certain age.

Release Date: 15 November 2022

Neal Brennan: Blocks

The man responsible for some of Dave Chappelle‘s greatest-ever skits returns to Netflix for another special, this time tackling some more big issues. Neal Brennan’s laid-back style of comedy focuses on everyday thoughts, from the weird relationship humans have with dogs to how dating a model is like owning a dune buggy. Expect a few laughs.

Release Date: 8 November 2022

Everything Coming to Netflix in November 2022

With all the best movies, series and documentaries Netflix has to offer delved into, it’s time to put the whole schedule on display. Here is everything coming to Netflix in November 2022 for your viewing pleasure.

  • Young Royals: Season 2 (01/11/2022)
  • Blockbuster (03/11/2022)
  • The Fabulous (04/11/2022)
  • Buying Beverly Hills (04/11/2022)
  • Manifest: Season 4 Part 1 (04/11/2022)
  • Behind Every Star (08/11/2022)
  • The Crown: Season 5 (09/11/2022)
  • Love Never Lies: Destination Sardinia (10/11/2022)
  • Warrior Nun: Season 2 (10/11/2022)
  • Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Season 2: Down Under (11/11/2022)
  • Run for the Money (15/11/2022)
  • Mind Your Manners (16/11/2022)
  • 1899 (17/11/2022)
  • Dead to Me: Season 3 (17/11/2022)
  • Elite: Season 6 (18/11/2022)
  • Somebody (18/11/2022)
  • Reign Supreme (18/11/2022)
  • Inside Job: Part 2 (18/11/2022)
  • Wednesday (23/11/2022)
  • The Unbroken Voice (23/11/2022)
  • First Love (24/11/2022)
  • Blood & Water: Season 3 (25/11/2022)
  • Snack VS. Chef (30/11/2022)
  • Triviaverse (08/11/2022)
  • The Takeover (01/11/2022)
  • Enola Holmes 2 (04/11/2022)
  • Ẹlẹṣin Ọba: The King’s Horseman (04/11/2022)
  • The Claus Family 2 (08/11/2022)
  • The Soccer Football Movie (09/11/2022)
  • Falling for Christmas (10/11/2022)
  • Lost Bullet 2 (10/11/2022)
  • Don’t Leave (11/11/2022)
  • My Father’s Dragon (11/11/2022)
  • Monica, O My Darling (11/11/2022)
  • Off Track (16/11/2022)
  • The Wonder (16/11/2022)
  • The Lost Lotteries (16/11/2022)
  • Christmas with You (17/11/2022)
  • Slumberland (18/11/2022)
  • Who’s a Good Boy? (23/11/2022)
  • The Swimmers (23/11/2022)
  • Christmas on Mistletoe Farm (23/11/2022)
  • Lesson Plan (23/11/2022)
  • The Noel Diary (24/11/2022)
  • My Name Is Vendetta (30/11/2022)
  • The Lost Patient (30/11/2022)
  • A Man of Action (30/11/2022)
  • Panayotis Pascot: Almost (03/11/2022)
  • Neal Brennan: Blocks (08/11/2022)
  • Deon Cole: Charleen’s Boy (15/11/2022)
  • Johanna Nordström: Call the Police (15/11/2022)
  • Trevor Noah: I Wish You Would (22/11/2022)
  • Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic (29/11/2022)
  • Killer Sally (02/11/2022)
  • Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste (05/11/2022)
  • FIFA Uncovered (09/11/2022)
  • State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith (10/11/2022)
  • Capturing the Killer Nurse (11/11/2022)
  • Is That Black Enough for You?!? (11/11/2022)
  • Ancient Apocalypse (11/11/2022)
  • Stutz (14/11/2022)
  • Racionais MC’s: From the Streets of São Paulo (16/11/2022)
  • In Her Hands (16/11/2022)
  • Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? (17/11/2022)
  • I Am Vanessa Guillen (17/11/2022)
  • Taco Chronicles: Cross the Border (23/11/2022)
  • Blood, Sex & Royalty (23/11/2022)
  • Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich (25/11/2022)
  • Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields (29/11/2022)
  • Take Your Pills: Xanax (30/11/2022)
  • The Last Dolphin King (Coming Soon)
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse: Season 6 (01/11/2022)
  • The Dragon Prince: Season 4 (03/11/2022)
  • Deepa & Anoop: Season 2 (07/11/2022)
  • Teletubbies (14/11/2022)
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure (15/11/2022)
  • The Cuphead Show!: Part 3 (18/11/2022)
  • StoryBots: Answer Time (21/11/2022)
  • My Little Pony: Winter Wishday (21/11/2022)
  • The Action Pack Saves Christmas (28/11/2022)
  • The Creature Cases: Season 2 (30/11/2022)
  • Lookism (04/11/2022)
  • Flutter Butterflies (Coming Soon)
  • Cats & Soup (Coming Soon)
  • Country Friends (Coming Soon)
  • Narcos: Cartel Wars Unlimited (Coming Soon)
  • Reigns: Three Kingdoms (Coming Soon)
  • Skies of Chaos (Coming Soon)
  • Dirty Dancing (01/11/2022)
  • Forrest Gump (01/11/2022)
  • Last Holiday (01/11/2022)
  • Flipped (01/11/2022)
  • The Smurfs 2 (01/11/2022)
  • Great White (07/11/2022)
  • Medieval (08/11/2022)
  • The Polar Express (15/11/2022)
  • Rick and Morty: Season 6 (21/11/2022 & 28/11/2022) Episode 7 -8

New on Netflix in October 2022

TV Series on Netflix in October 2022

The Playlist

Oh, hell yeah. This looks sick. The Playlist charts the incredible story of how Spotify revolutionised the music game, offering hundreds of thousands of songs from the far reaches of the internet at the touch of a button. The six-episode limited series centres around the young Swedish tech entrepreneur, Daniel Elk, loosely retelling his meteoric rise to prominence. Vikings actor Edvin Endre will play Spotify co-founder and creator Elk, along with Christian Hillborg as Elk’s friend and co-founder Martin Lorentzon. If you loved WeCrashed and the Uber bio-series, this one is for you.

Want to know more about the new Netflix series The playlist? Check out our full guide here.

Release Date: 13 October 2022

Inside Man

Big sexy cocktail maker Stanley Tucci is teaming up with everyone’s favourite Doctor David Tennant for a surprisingly serious new film. In Inside Man, we follow the story of an American death row prisoner with a sideline in solving mysteries. Teaming up with a young British journalist, the pair begin a dark and moody search for a friend who’s suddenly disappeared. Sounds oddly familiar, right Clarice?

Release Date: Coming soon

The Midnight Club

The dude behind The Haunting of Hill House and Midnight Mass is back at it again. Mike Flanagan is once again peppering our nightmares with a ballsy new horror series, taking us deep into the scariest place on earth, hospice. The Midnight Club follows eight teenagers living in the hospice home who meet each midnight in a creepy library to tell ghost stories. While that sounds a little more child-friendly than Flanagan’s previous works, the trailer is something else. Playing out like an anthology series all of its own, the new show goes from drama to comedy to horror in a flash. It’s definitely something different from the modern-day master of horror, but there are some familiar elements thrown in.

Release Date: 7 October 2022

The Mole

The reprisal that no one asked for, Netflix is bringing back the iconic reality series The Mole. This time around, 12 players compete in challenges, both mental and physical, in an attempt to win big, but among them lurks a traitor, willing to sabotage the game at any point. The only way to win is to identify the mole and eliminate the vermin before host Alex Wagner kicks you out.

“The original Mole was a sort of seismic event in American television. It broke the mould,” creator Wagner said. “There’s every reason to watch the reboot because I think the concept of the show is ever more resonant today. We have refreshed a lot of the elements to make them even more compelling than the original — and that was pretty damn compelling.”

Release Date: 7 October 2022

Big Mouth: Season 6

Wow, really didn’t see Big Mouth lasting this long. After five seasons of awkward boners, uncomfortable conversations and an abusive, sexually charged relationship between a 12-year-old boy and his pillow, Big Mouth returns. The Nick Kroll and John Mulaney-led animated series will drop a new season on October 28, so if you feel like buttering up for another round of cringe-laughing, be our guest.

Release Date: 28 October 2022

Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Before you see him tackle Pinocchio, let revered filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro scare the living sh*t out of you. The Pan’s Labyrinth filmmaker is dropping an anthology series this month, detailing eight spine-tingling tales of terror complete with his trademark visuals intact. How good.

Release Date: 25 October 2022

Movies on Netflix in October 2022

The Stranger

In a surprising turn of events, Netflix’s best new movie this month comes from right here in Australia. The Stranger sees Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris in a brutal cat and mouse battle that involves undercover cops, murder and a criminal network that threatens to untangle an entire country. Brooding and dark on the surface and downright terrifying beneath it, director Thomas M. Wright’s latest piece looks to be an absolutely winner.

“With The Stranger, I wanted to make a psychological crime film that took audiences into a place that is hidden — a film that was authentic and realistic in its detail, but also immersive and cinematic,” Wright previously said about the film. “A film that demanded attention and investment. A film that an audience could lean into — and fall into. I centred the film on people who didn’t know the victim, but who devoted years of their lives – and their mental and physical health – to them; because though violence is the reason for this film, it is not its subject. Its subject is the connections between people. That means that, for me, this is a film defined by empathy.”

Want to know more about Netflix’s new thriller The Stranger? Check out our full guide here.

Release Date: 19 October 2022

Wendell & Wild

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are finally back together again, sort of. The funnymen turned film masters star in this stop-motion animation adventure about two demon brothers who escape the Underworld. Together, they must face their arch-enemy with the help of the nun Sister Helly, who is notorious for expelling demons. However, the brothers are not only plagued by her, but also by her altar boys.

Release Date: 28 October 2022

The School for Good and Evil

If there is one thing that Netflix loves to do, it’s look at two successful franchises and think ‘How can we smoosh these together?’. The School for Good and Evil is exactly that. Mean Girls meets Harry Potter, this one is a fantasy fiction that centres around wannabe princess Sophie and gothic, witchy Agatha. The polar opposites join the mysterious School for Good and Evil, which trains students to become fairy tale villains or heroes, which sounds as silly as it looks. Somehow, Netflix trapped Bridesmaid’s director Paul Feig into leading this one, along with A-Listers Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Michelle Yeoh, Cate Blanchett and Laurence Fishburne. Insane.

Release Date: 19 October 2022

Luckiest Girl Alive

What starts out as a bit of a feel-good empowerment story gets real dark, real quick. Luckiest Girl Alive tells the story of an affluent and successful New York writer, played by Mila Kunis, whose life suddenly unravels into a real-life crime saga. A true crime documentary forces her to confront her high school history, revealing a bleak and violent encounter. At its opening, Luckiest Girl Alive feels like a homage to Sex and the City, but as the story goes on, it trots firmly down the Dahmer path. Prepare yourself, it could get heavy.

Release Date: 7 October 2022

The Good Nurse

Eddie Redmayne is back in this new Netflix film that looks like ER on opioids. The Oscar-winner plays Charles Cullen, a bright light in the darkest of places that helps Amy, a nurse and single mother who is battling a life-threatening heart condition, played by fellow Academy Award-winner Jessica Chastain. At her lowest, Amy meets Charlie and the two develop a strong and devoted friendship, but all is not as it seems. After a series of mysterious deaths set off an internal investigation, Charlie is revealed to be an ‘Angel of Death’, who uses intravenous tubes to kill at least 400 people.

A serious push for Oscar bait next year, The Good Nurse isn’t just loaded with A-Listers, either. Director Tobias Lindholm has cast two dozen real-life medics to feature alongside Redmayne and Chastain, in an attempt to make the film seem more ‘naturalistic’. As far as Netflix movie releases go, this one is by far the biggest.

Release Date: 26 October 2022

All Quiet on the Western Front

It’s one of the most iconic novels ever written and now Netflix is trying its hand at All Quiet on the Western Front. Director Edward Berger’s take on Erich Maria Remarque’s 1929 novel of the same name is a chilling piece of anti-war filmmaking that is both tense and heartbreaking. This time around, relative unknown Felix Kammerer takes on the role of Paul Bäumer, who learns the hard way that all war is hell.

While it’s not the first time we’ve seen the iconic prose cop a film adaptation, Netflix’s version appears to be a little more true to the source material. Lewis Milestone’s Best Picture-winning 1930 film took the story to the masses, but Berger is aiming for a much bleaker and desolate approach, which feels oddly fitting in the midst of the current Ukrainian crisis. There’s no glorifying war here, just cold, senseless sacrifice in the pursuit of egotistical power.

Release Date: 28 October 2022

Documentaries on Netflix in October 2022

Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes

Fresh off its biggest debut feature ever, Netflix is doubling down on the Dahmer content. The streamer is diving straight into the juicy world of cannibal killer Jeffrey Dahmer, revealing a new set of stories told from the serial killer’s own perspective. In this new limited documentary series from Joe Berlinger, you’ll hear Dahmer tell tales about his 17 victims in stunning, harrowing detail.

Release Date: 7 October 2022

The Redeem Team

Aw shit, here we go again. One of sport’s greatest ever moments, the birth of The Redeem Team marked the beginning of the end for world basketball at the Olympics. After being unceremoniously dethroned at the 2004 Games, the US basketball team collated an unstoppable, unbeatable arsenal of NBA talent before unleashing them on the unsuspecting world opponents in a move not unlike the Monstars from Space Jam.

Now, we can finally go behind the scenes of the contest with a new documentary that shares never-before-seen footage of the team training, playing and just f*cking dominating teams like Belarus. The Redeem Team features interviews with athletes and coaches from Dwyane Wade and LeBron James to Mike “Coach K” Krzyzewski, sharing insights into arguably the greatest basketball team ever assembled.

Release Date: 7 October 2022

Unsolved Mysteries

Let’s face it, the first two volumes of Unsolved Mysteries failed to live up to expectations, so while we’re not guaranteeing the third iteration will be better, we are quietly confident. The first trailer looks absolutely killer, with a bunch of great true-crime stories retold in real-time. Juicy.

Release Date: 18 October 2022

General FAQs

What new movies are coming to Netflix in November 2022?

There are a number of new films coming to Netflix in November 2022. These include: The Takeover, Enola Holmes 2, Falling for Christmas, Lost Bullet 2, Don't Leave, Off Track, and The Wonder.

What new series are coming to Netflix in November 2022?

Known for its originals, Netflix is home to some great series. In November 2022, Netflix is adding: Blockbuster, Buying Beverly Hills, Manifest: Season 4, Behind Evert Star, The Crown: Season 5, Run for the Money, Down to Earth with Zac Efron Season 3, 1899, First Love and Wednesday.

What new documentaries are coming to Netflix in November 2022?

There are a bunch of new documentaries coming to Netflix in November 2022. These include: Killer Sally, Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste, FIFA Uncovered, Capturing the Killer Nurse, In Her Hands, Stutz and Pepsi, Where's My Jet?.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Nick Hall

Nick Hall is the Editor-in-Chief of Man of Many and an accomplished journalist. He completed a Bachelor of Creative Industries at the Queensland University of Technology, with a double major in Journalism and Music. Prior to working at Man of Many, Nick spent two years as a journalist with Inside Franchise Business, focusing on small business, finance and legal reporting. In 2021, Nick was named B&T's Best of the Best Journalist of the Year. With an extensive background in the media industry, Nick specialises in feature writing, fashion, lifestyle and entertainment content. A qualified barber and men's stylist, Nick also holds a Cert III in Barbering from the Queensland Hairdressing Academy.