Poster of The Irishman

New On Netflix in November 2019

If you listen real close, you can almost hear the sound of your future self telling your boss to get stuffed for a glorious week (or two) of wining and dining with the family, kicking the footy around and not having to worry about this or that deadline. Now, Netflix is a clever bunch of content-slingers and are looking to capitalise on your impending downtime with a mammoth drop of new shows, “TV Events” (whatever the heck that is), films and docos, over the next two months. And oh boy, Netflix-November ain’t messing around. From the return of The End Of The Fucking World to a tell-all doco on the founder of Bikram Yoga, Man Of Many’s filtered list of what’s New To Netflix In November in 2019 is simply unmissable.


Atypical: Season 3

For those unfamiliar, Atypical is a heartfelt and at times, extremely funny series. A show that unpacks the intricacies of autism through a teenage lens, Sam is now headed into his first year of college and will grapple with new challenges; from making friends to managing his schedule (and a major case of the feels).

Release date: 1st November 2019

Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!

The “Fab Five” are back bby: and just in case you couldn’t tell from the subtle series title, this time they are bringing their not-at-all patronising expertise to Tokyo. They’ll be working to “make-better four heroes” (Heroes!????!) while experiencing Japanese cuisine, fashion, design, grooming and culture firsthand. Yipee.

Release date: 1st November 2019

The End of the F***ing World: Season 2

For those who might have missed the first season, The End Of The Fucking World S1 was without question, a brilliant piece of TV, or Webtv, or content – whatever we’re supposed to call it now. Set two years after James and Alyssa’s hair-raising road trip, a woman obsessed with the man they killed is released from prison and sets out for revenge.

Release date: 5th November 2019

Busted!: Season 2

Amateur detectives will attempt to untangle a string of mystifying cases, which may be connected to an enigmatic figure known as the Flower Killer, which, might we say is a very ominous and very badass nickname for a murderer. We couldn’t be more excited for the villain of season 3: the Hug Monster.

Release date: 8th November 2019

The Stranded

A little bit ‘Lost’, a little bit ‘Gossip Girl’, The Stranded follows 18-year-old Kraam who survives a devastating tsunami along with thirty-six of his fellow students at an elite private high school on a remote island in the Andaman Sea. As mysterious events start happening on the island, it quickly becomes clear that no one is coming to rescue them and Kraam must lead the students to rescue themselves, without a full-blown Lord Of The Flies scenario breaking out.

Release date: 14th November 2019

The Crown: Season 3

A powerhouse of popularity, The Crown is back for a third season. Set in the swinging sixties while England confronts an economic downturn and a fierce bout of nationalism, the royals are scrutinized as aristocratic freeloaders. Poor them.

Release date: 15th November 2019

The Toys That Made Us: Season 3

Do you feel like your toys made the person you are today? Do you have a spiritual connection with the Buzz Lightyear action figure that you still have in your cupboard, today? Take a deep dive into the origins – and creative battles – behind iconic toys like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers, My Little Pony and of course, WWE wrestling figures.

Release date: 15th November 2019

Final Space: Season 2

The irreverent Final Space will see Gary and his intrepid crew scour the galaxy for Quinn while dealing with awkward family reunions, deadly space regattas and oddly happy fluffballs. For those who like Rick & Morty (and who doesn’t), we highly recommend you give this one a crack.

Release date: 24th November 2019

The Movies That Made Us

Calling all cinephiles: The Movies That Made Us will most likely follow the exact same format as it’s figurine worshipping counterpart, but if you’re looking to get the real story behind the blockbusters that defined a generation, this will undoubtedly tickle your fancy to no-end. Featuring leading actors, directors and industry insiders, this new show from Netflix promises essential deep dives into motion picture classics all the way up to today.

Release date: 29th November 2019


American Son

Now we’re not really sure what is different between a Netflix Television Event and a Netflix film, due to the suspiciously similar traits; such as run-time and well, being a friggen movie, but we sure do love em’. Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, the Netflix Television Event AMERICAN SON tells the story of Kendra Ellis-Connor (Emmy-nominee Kerry Washington), the mother of a missing teenage boy, as she struggles to put the pieces together in a South Florida police station.

Release date: 1st November 2019


The Man Without Gravity

And now for something completely different: The Man Without Gravity follows the life and times of a gravity-defying baby raised in seclusion who then grows up to become an international celebrity. Of course, he longs for an ordinary life but then we’d pretty fkn bored so let’s have none of that.

Release date: 1st November 2019


No, not a remake of the wonderful film starring Ryan Gosling who speaks about three lines of dialogue throughout the flick, Netflix’ Drive instead follows a notorious thief who allies with a street racer for a grand heist. Promising an elaborate game of deceit with authorities, who have their own dirty secrets to boot, we’ll be honest this will most likely get a look-in from the team here at Man Of Many.

Release date: 1st November 2019

Let It Snow

Finally! A Christmas movie. Let It Snow is based around a snowstorm hitting a small town on a cold (well, dah) Christmas Eve. Somehow, this snowstorm ends up have a huge impact on the friendships, love lives and futures of several high school seniors.

Release date: 8th November 2019


Featuring Jason Schwartzman & J.K Simmons, Klaus boasts and unnecessarily convoluted synopsis and what we can only assume comes as a result of an even more cluttered plot. Long story short: it’s animated, it’s Christmassy, and it will most likely be a solid 4/10. But if you time it just right, just near enough to Christmas day, you may just be filled with such cheer (and liquor) that you’ll end up enjoying it, anyway.

Release date: 15th November 2019

Earthquake Bird

Look, we’ll be honest: there was some level of excitement when we read the title ‘Earthquake Bird”. This is in part because it’s a fucking awesome name and if taken literally, it would also be a fucking awesome thing to exist: a bird with the power to drop sneaky earthquakes. Instead, you’ll be treated to a grum story set in 1980’s Japan about an enigmatic expat who is suspected of killing her friend. Bummer.

Release date: 15th November 2019

The Irishman

Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci star in Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman; an epic saga of organized crime in post-war America told through the eyes of World War II veteran Frank Sheeran. Spanning decades, the film chronicles one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in American history, the disappearance of legendary union boss Jimmy Hoffa. One for die-hard Scorsese fans, methinks.

Release date: 27th November 2019


Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby

Luke-warm Late Night host, Seth Meyers, steps out from behind his desk (pls don’t though) and onto the stage at the Pantages Theater in Minneapolis to explain to his fans that you can “love a lobby baby as much as a hospital baby…in time.” Huh?

Release date: 5th November 2019

Iliza: Unveiled

A Netflix Favourite, Iliza Shlesinger is back in her fifth Netflix original comedy special Armed with the newlywed ring on her finger Iliza pulls back the veil on wedding planning, garters, honeymooning, and the dangers of a zombie bachelorette army.

Release date: 19th November 2019

Zona Rosa

Netflix once again leading the charge on the inclusiveness-in-entertainment front, Zona Rosa features n assortment of talent taking the stage in this stand-up special highlighting Mexico’s funniest LGBTQ comedians. Love it.

Release date: 26th November 2019

John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin For That

A stand-up special from the faith-based comedian (is that a thing?) John Christ, shit sorry, Crist is most definitely “down with what’s cool”.

Release date: 28th November 2019


Fire in Paradise

This documentary short chronicles the Camp Fire tragedy in Paradise, CA, beginning the morning of November 8, 2018. For those hoping, nay praying for another Fyre Festival, expect something a tad grimmer.

Release date: 1st November 2019

The Devil Next Door

A Cleveland grandfather stands accused of an Earth-shattering crime – being the infamous Nazi concentration camp guard known as Ivan the Terrible. Evil Nazi’s with names that we’ll reluctantly confirm is pretty cool? We’re hooked.

Release date: 4th November 2019

Maradona in Mexico

Arguably soccer’s greatest player, Diego Maradona comes to Culiacán, the heart of the Sinaloa Cartel, to save the local team – and maybe himself, too.

Release date: 13th November 2019

Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator

Man, we don’t even know where to start here. Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator – and yes it’s the last title that we’re baulking at – explores the dramatic rise and fall of Bikram Choudhury, the controversial founder of hot yoga. And Predator apparently.

Release date: 20th November 2019


With the intention of busting down closed corporate doors, Broken is from the creators of the critically-acclaimed series Rotten and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Broken exposes the unknown fraud, corruption and negligence behind some of the world’s most popular merchandise. Launching just days before Black Friday — the biggest shopping event of the year – Broken takes on four big consumer arenas including cosmetics, e-cigarettes, furniture and plastics. Let the showdown, begin.

Release date: 27th November 2019



With the casualties of war still haunting him, young Levius uses his prosthetic arm to take his fight into the brutal world of Mecha Boxing. It better be one helluva arm, kid.

Release date: November