What are the must-watch shows for November 2022?

The underworld rises to the surface This month on TV. This includes not only a show with Sylvester Stallone playing an exiled mafia boss, but also a return AMC series that plunges us deeper into guerrilla warfare in London where old school rules no longer prevail. Plus, Netflix will bring us some true crime drama that revolves around a bodybuilder couple in a bad marriage. Don’t worry, some October remaining horror She will appear with Tim Burton’s Adams Family series.

We also have royal dramas and sci-fi operas coming with new versions of the crown And the existingrespectively speaking. Legendary Quest Also making a major comeback in workplace comedy dead to me The ladies return with more murderous plots, and Kumail Nanjiani is here to help the men take him down (also with murder) in the historical play Chippendales. The body count will be steep this month, which will lead us to enjoy game-watching while shedding plenty of Thanksgiving pies.

Here are the must-watch shows for the month of November.

killer sally (Netflix Limited Series Streaming 11/2)

In the wake of bad veganSally McNeill is here to say, “Get your protein shake.” This limited series arrives at the height of the streaming service’s true crime, starring Jeffrey Dahmer’s twin shows and soon also seeing Joe Berlingers. Crime scene: Texas Killing Fields Reaches. In the case of wrestler/bodybuilder Sally, the show explores how she endured a troubled marriage and eventually killed her husband on Valentine’s Day. Don’t expect a standard version of events as they happened because this one has a few tricks up its steroid-pumped sleeves.

Turnout: Season 1 (Netflix series broadcast on 11/3)

Netflix is ​​best known for helping to bring down Blockbuster Video, so it’s strange that the series even existed. Randall Park portrays the perfect manager of the world’s last Blockbuster store, who is shattered to learn that his beloved store could soon be an analog dinosaur. What follows is a crazy rush to keep things together and help people realize that they need the store’s sense of community to maintain some human connection. Walking into a store to dig out your rental adhesive tape (ew) is definitely a different experience than watching entire seasons on stream. It’s audacity for Netflix to tackle this topic, and we’ll see if the audience is here for it.

existing: Season 4, Part A (Netflix Series 11/4)

This science fiction series It didn’t make much senseBut TV series about people disappearing from the face of the earth do not age. This is especially the case because these troubled souls have returned to loved ones who have understandably moved into different romantic relationships. Meanwhile, calls were circulating, and the date of death still loomed because Cale was inexplicably five years older than anyone had seen him last. Flight 828 doesn’t offer easy answers, but showrunner Jeff Rake is still aiming for a turbulent landing after Netflix rescued the show from an NBC graveyard.

Mosquito Coast: Season 2 (Apple TV + series airs 11/4)

Justin Theroux returns for more of this adaptation of the 1981 novel by his uncle Paul Theroux. The show is a rather attractive study of a The descent of a brilliant world in madness. However, this season he rebounds with his wife (Melissa George) after she is tired of his exhausting power. They are in real danger now, as they are deep in the woods and are looking for sanctuary with an old friend from Allie Fox. Man, these kids simply need a normal life, and instead, they have a terrifying dad and no respite in sight.

the crownSeason 5 (Netflix 11/9)

British royal drama heats up more than usual on this show. Windsor is on steam this season, because it makes Charles look Worse and more upset from the last round. Dominic West meets the heir who has been waiting decades longer to become king, and it’s crazy that this season arrives just a few months before King Charles III is officially crowned. This “fantasy” season will officially see Elizabeth Debicki take on the role of Diana as marriage completely unravel, Dodi Fayed looming while Camilla Parker-Bowles has been there the whole time. The monarchy is in utter chaos, which is very similar to our current times when “spare” He will soon tell his story to the world.

Down To Earth With Zac Efron: Down Under (Netflix 11/11)

Nobody can be mad to see more of Zac Efron’s presence the purest A lover of science and sustainability on TV. He’s witnessing really “sick” overtones while he’s “stunned” in Australia. This place seemed more appropriate during the pandemic, given that Australians did things better, and Darren Ellen returned to cuddling koalas, too. Also, good food and good people are both good things.

Legendary Quest: Season 3 (Apple TV + series airs 11/11)

Rob McElhenney’s workplace comedy about video game developers returns for the third round after Snoop Dogg gets viewers stoned. This series of episodes picks up with GrimPop Studios spinoff of David navigating the Chief’s District, and Carol has no idea how to fill her new role. Dana must be the peacemaker, and Brad is trying to feel his way in post-prison life. As always, this presentation shows how achieving workspace harmony can be a task more complex than the actual work at hand.

Tulsa King: Season 1 (Paramount + miniseries airing 11/13)

Sylvester Stallone portrays a capo mafia who does not swim with fish. However, it may be so Be on Mars In this series created by Taylor Sheridan that takes him to Route 66 and the Land of the Golden Digger. Tulsa is experiencing a hotspot-like effect these days in Central booking dogs and what comes next guardsbut it will be Fun too To see him as the OG who drops “Nice little place I came here” at the herbal dispensary. This show seems to be full of ’80s style that could put the once-back-to-back Sly and Arnold movies to shame.

Yellowstone: Season 5 (Paramount + series streaming on 11/13)

I recently heard someone brag about being able to sell a horse at an astronomical premium due to the massive popularity of this show, and I kind of believe it. Kevin Costner Back in the cowboy hat For this already-produced spin-off and prequel coming up starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford. Taylor Sheridan created this empire, and boy, does it thrive by leaps and bounds. Power wrestles with cattle on the side against the backdrop of an ever-changing political landscape: it seems so Succession In the Big Sky Country, and people can’t get enough.

dead to me: Season 3 (Netflix Series 11/17)

The black comedy dream team of Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are finally back together, and does James Mardsen live (and die) again? I’d love for this series to showcase the unexpected but amazing friendship between these two messy women, and hopefully we’ll add to the suspense with Caliban as well. This kind of black comedy is exactly what we need at the time of year when people are posting more group selfies on social media. By contrast, this duo allows for a sassy mess while not even bothering with picture-perfect lies. Gotta dig it.

London gangs: Season 2 (The AMC/AMC+ series returns on 11/17)

If you miss the recently departed meager masks I haven’t watched this AMC show yet, You are missing out. Fans of Marty Scorsese’s flicks must be disappointed, too, as this season plunges into darker power struggles. Warring gangs find themselves in disarray while paramilitary forces are on the scene of one of the most ruthless gang leaders. This is a straightforward dictatorship that lacks the rules of courtesy for typical gangsters while the spirit of the London Underground hangs in the balance. This show is not just a group study of the character but also includes fantastic and brutal choreography during the action scenes.

Ziwi: Season 2, Part 2 (The Showtime series returns on 11/20)

Visit Chet Haze with host Zoe Fumudoh Didn’t go well When he refused to apologize for his cultural appropriation long ago. This season, expect Ziwe to continue to skew the Karens and have tough discussions with guests including Drew Barrymore, DeRay Mckesson, Julia Fox and Michael Che. Previous Disus and Miro The writer’s show has transcended its previous premises, and will keep it real in an unreal world.

Welcome to Chippendales: Season (Hulu Limited Series airing 11/22)

The Pam and Tommy The creators spill over all of this while taking viewers through the bounty and devastation of the faltering ’80s empire. Kumail Nanjiani portrays the group’s founder, Indian immigrant Sumen “Steve” Banerjee, who anticipates the joy women felt as they flocked to these ridiculous performances. Unfortunately, greed rears its head after that white lotus The great Murray Bartlett commands attention and (with him) power. Drugs, murder and drama will rule the day as Juliette Lewis and Annaleigh Ashford also hop aboard this hyperbolic flight.

Wednesday (Netflix Limited Series Streaming 11/23)

Yes, it seems only natural that Rob Zombie and Tim Burton are all in Adams family Resurrection, but as zombies veer into brutal kitsch, Burton decides to reinvent his character’s mission for a short while create something “Tim Burton’s Eight Hour Film.” Call it a passion project, of course, while Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzman step in as Morticia and Gomez, respectively, and Jenna Ortega slips onto the scene as the title character. Don’t expect a typical reboot feel. Instead, wed’s on some errand here, and the show justifies its existence as a separate entity.

willow: Season 1 (Disney+ series streaming 11/30)

Apparently, every other franchise has been revisited lately, so why not this one? The wild part about the series is that Warwick Davis is back after more than 30 years to play Willow Ufgood again, so expect a whole new adventure mission and plenty of trolls and wizards too. The challenge here is to keep things fresh while still getting around the spirit that made the OG movie so beloved. Expect fans to take this seriously.

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Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne: Season (Hulu broadcast on 11/29)

A supermodel with lots of famous friends (as the title of this series suggests) will explore all things sex, relationships, and the dynamics that revolve around her. she recently Tell diverse who – which This series made her feel a little wary, if that tells you anything at all. It will just be embarrassing fun.

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