Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

News culture Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Little by little, we are (already) approaching the end of the year 2021 and Netflix continues to feed its catalog of novelties for our greatest pleasure! For this month of November, the American giant of SVOD is offering us a good dose of anime, original blockbusters and series. Once again, there will be something for everyone: a small selection of programs to watch for the coming month!

Demon Slayer (season 1)

Anime fans had to wait for the beginning of November with great impatience! At the beginning of the past month, the SVOD platform announced the arrival of the adaptation of the manga Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba in Japanese), written and drawn by Koyoharu Gotōge, produced by the animation studio Ufotable, in its catalog. A godsend for those who wish to discover this globally successful work and be up to date, on condition that they then watch the film ” The Infinity Train », For the release of season 2, which will begin airing next December. This first season, made up of 26 episodes, traces the first 53 chapters of the manga, which is the equivalent of the first six arcs of the manga: the Final Selection, the First Mission, Asakusa, the House of Drums, Mount Natagumo and the Training recovery. This series of episodes is therefore an opportunity to discover the adventures of Tanjirō Kamado and his little sister Nezuko over whom he must watch following the massacre of their family. However, the young man quickly discovers that his sister has been transformed into a demon, but the bond that unites them is still very present. On his way, he will meet Giyū Tomioka who will sense Tanjiro’s potential and send him to his former master to allow him to become a demon slayer.

  • Available November 1
  • Watch Demon Slayer (season 1) on Netflix
Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Narcos – Mexico (saison 3)

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Following the very good success of the three seasons of Narcos, which staged, in the heart of Colombia, the hunt for Pablo Escobar and the illustrious cartel of Medellín then that of Cali, in season 3, a fourth series of episodes was indeed planned. But the American streaming giant had an idea: to make this fourth season a derivative series taking place in parallel, with a totally original cast, and telling the rise of the Guadalajara cartel in the Mexican regions of the 80s. Aptly titled Narcos: Mexico, the series enjoyed a craze at least as strong as the main series, in particular because it managed to surpass the legacy of Narcos while preserving its qualities of writing and staging. Renewed for the first time, then a second, this third season will mark the end of the series, just like its predecessor. While the first two seasons showcased the rise of the cartel, led by Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, but also its slow agony, season 3 should take a completely different direction according to the excerpts presented. We will follow the story of Andrea Nuñez, a young journalist, full of ambition, who during the 90s investigated the Mexican mafia and its corruption while the various gangs of the country declared war on each other for the control of traffic. drug.

  • Available November 5
  • Watch Narcos: Mexico (season 3) on Netflix
Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Arcane – League of Legends

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

League of Legends undeniably marked the 2010s and, even more, the history of video games by becoming a global phenomenon whose popularity remains intact even after all these years: we are talking about 115 million players in 2021. Like many others licenses, Riot Games wishes to expand its universe and has not hidden its desire to interfere in the cinematographic field to constitute a cross-media universe inspired by the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). Before seeing a League of Legends-stamped film land – Riot recently embarked on the recruitment of a live film production manager and a television production manager -, the world of the famous MOBA arrives on the Netflix platform through a canon series retracing the past of some emblematic characters of the license such as Jinx, Vi and Caitlyn. On the program of this collaboration between Riot and the French studio Fortiche Prod. : three acts, each composed of three 40-minute episodes, which will be released at the rate of one per week. The plot will take place in the twin cities of Zaun and Piltover, diametrically opposed both in terms of location and atmosphere. Despite their differences, harmony is there, especially as Hextech technologies have managed, in the meantime, to master the magic of the blue crystal. Nevertheless, a threat will suddenly sow discord in the world of Runeterra.

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Red Notice

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Often on the lookout for productions abandoned by some big film studios, Netflix has increasingly positioned itself as a savior ignoring budgetary costs, even if it means extending them by a few tens of millions as was the case for Red Notice whose overall budget is around $ 200 million. Initially in the boxes of Universal Pictures, the streaming giant announced, two years ago, to have recovered the broadcasting rights for the film: a revenge for the platform which, previously, had seen the film slip through its fingers. The SVOD platform is already rubbing its hands as its five-star cast, made up of the most bankables the moment namely Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, and his mix of genres could make it a real hit – one more! – within its catalog. Between thriller, comedy and action film, Red Notice, in addition to its spectacular appearance, also has everything from the pitch of the buddy movie. To track down the biggest art thief in the world, played by Gal Gadot, Interpol triggers a special procedure, the red alert or Red Notice, and does not skimp on the means by putting the best profiler of the FBI on the spot, camped by Dwayne Johnson. But the latter will not be alone in this mission since he will be associated with a professional con artist, played by Ryan Reynolds, in order to put an end to the robberies of the brilliant climber.

  • Available November 12
  • Watch Red Notice on Netflix
Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Violet Evergarden: the movie

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Before going through the “anime” and “film” box, Violet Evergarden was above all a series of light novels, the result of a collaboration between screenwriter Kana Akatsuki and illustrator Akiko Takase, who hit the shelves at the end of December 2015. Three volumes later and an animated series of ten episodes , broadcast in 2018, Violet Evergarden is eyeing the feature film by announcing two films: one devoted to a parallel story and the other placing itself in the continuity of the events of the anime in order to bring a conclusion to the series. Violet, a young woman, conditioned as a child to be a weapon of war, tries to overcome her painful past and now serves as a public writer, or doll of automatic memories, to help those in need of her services. A work that ultimately turns into a quest to understand the emotions and feelings of which she has always been devoid of. Already available on Netflix since July 2020, the film Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Automatic Souvenir Doll offered an appetizer before the masterful final on which the Kyoto Animation teams were working. Long awaited by fans of the work, Violet Evergarden: the movie finally delivers the end of the story that links Violet to her former superior, Gilbert Bougainvillea. Presumed dead during the war, his last words still resonate with her, all the more so when a certain letter resurfaces at CH Postal.

  • Available November 19
  • Watch Violet Evergarden: The Movie on Netflix
Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

Cowboy Bebop, the series

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

More than twenty-three after the birth of the animated series, Cowboy Bebop offers an adaptation live action within the Netflix catalog. Animation masterpiece, erected in the Pantheon of the genre – it is generally very high in the various rankings listing the most popular and acclaimed anime – the creation of director Shin’ichirō Watanabe, supported by Keiko Nobumoto at the writing the screenplay, has achieved unanimity in many ways. Whether it was the depth of its characters, the music, its credits, the quality of its animation for the time – thank you, Sunrise! -, its plot or general writing: the anime ticks all the boxes for success. Moreover, it has recently reappeared in the catalog of the American giant of SVOD to the delight of anime fans.. Given the scale of the phenomenon, the platform embarked on the project, shortly after the twentieth anniversary of the anime, to make a series live action worn by the trio John Cho, Daniella Pineda and Mustafa Shakir as Spike Spiegel, Faye Valentine and Jet Black, respectively. Broadly speaking, Cowboy Bebop traces us episodes, very often independent with, however, a common thread, in which our three bounty hunters track their target while meeting many characters such as the dreaded Vicious, the mischievous Ed and the cute Ein, the iconic corgi, who we can’t wait to see in the flesh!

Netflix: movies, series, animes not to miss in November 2021

It also comes out in November

  • Carbone (with Benoît Magimel, Gérard Depardieu, Gringe,…) on November 2 on Netflix
  • The Harder They Fall on November 3 (with Idris Elba, Regina King,…) on Netflix
  • Big Mouth (season 5) on November 5 on Netflix
  • Creed 1 & 2 on November 10 (with Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone,…) on Netflix
  • Mission: Impossible 4 & 5 November 14 on Netflix
  • Jason Bourne (The Complete) November 16 on Netflix
  • Aya and the Witch November 18 on Netflix
  • Hellbound on November 19 on Netflix