What’s new on Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime Video in November 2017?

Alex Kidman 25 October 2017

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As the weather heats up, so too does the content coming to Australia's streaming services.

What's new on Netflix in November 2017?

Netflix continues its push towards a mostly-originals streaming buffet, with a little bit of something for everyone. For fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (or at least Netflix's tiny corner of it), there's season one of The Punisher:

For fans of classic Spike Lee joints, there's the first season of She's Gotta Have It:

And as usual, Netflix has a monthly sizzle reel for you to enjoy a little taste of everything on offer this month:

Want more detail? Here's the full rundown of Netflix's November offerings:

Netflix Australia November 2017Available for download?
1 November 2017
Getaway PlanYes
Golden TimeYes
Greenleaf: Season 2Yes
Men in BlackYes
Men in Black 3Yes
Men in Black IIYes
MoorYes
SameerYes
Seven PoundsYes
Six Degrees of SeparationYes
Sound CityYes
The BittersweetYes
The Furchester Hotel: Season 2Yes
The Golden Path: Season 1Yes
The Little Nyonya: Season 1Yes
The Pursuit of HappinessYes
The Truth: Season 1Yes
Undercover Grandpa
Where the Day Takes YouYes
2 November 2017
Designated Survivor: Season 2 (episode)Yes
Dynasty: Season 1Yes
Riverdale: Season 2Yes
Ten Percent: (aka Call My Agent!): Season 2Yes
3 November 2017
Akulah Balqis: Season 1Yes
Alias GraceYes
Monster High: Scaris City of FrightsYes
The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 1Yes
6 November 2017
Chelsea (Episode)Yes
Star Trek: Discovery: Season 1 (Episode)Yes
7 November 2017
Project Mc2: Part 6Yes
The Journey Is the DestinationYes
The Sinner: Season 1Yes
10 November 2017
Blazing Transfer Students: Season 1Yes
Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 1Yes
Dwelling Narrowness: Season 1Yes
Glitter Force Doki Doki: Season 2Yes
Lady Dynamite: Season 2Yes
Live by Night
Mea CulpaYes
The DuchessYes
The KillerYes
12 November 2017
Long Time RunningYes
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Chelsea (Episode)Yes
13 November 2017
Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane DocumentaryYes
Marmaduke
Star Trek: Discovery: Season 1Yes
14 November 2017
DeRay Davis: How To Act BlackYes
15 November 2017
Lockup: State Prisons: Collection 1
16 November 2017
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 4 New EpisodesYes
Designated Survivor: Season 2 (episode)Yes
17 November 2017
Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony CliftonYes
A Christmas PrinceYes
Billy ElliotYes
Happy FeetYes
Law Abiding CitizenYes
Longmire: Final Season
Luna Petunia: Season 3Yes
Marvel's The Punisher
MudboundYes
Shot in the Dark: Season 1Yes
Silver Linings PlaybookYes
Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3Yes
Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 1Yes
19 November 2017
Inception
20 November 2017
Chelsea (Episode)Yes
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2Yes
21 November 2017
Brian Regan: Nunchucks and FlamethrowersYes
Saving CapitalismYes
22 November 2017
Cherry PopYes
GodlessYes
Premium Rush
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2Yes
23 November 2017
Religion of Sports: Season 1Yes
She's Gotta Have It: Season 1Yes
24 November 2017
Cuba and the CameramanYes
Frontier: Season 2Yes
The Many Faces of Ito: Season 12Yes
Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA: Season 1Yes
26 November 2017
Long Time RunningYes
27 November 2017
Chelsea (Episode)Yes
28 November 2017
Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Good Morning Call: Season 2
Prison Playbook: Season 1
30 November 2017
Designated Survivor: Season 2 (episode)Yes

What's new on Stan in November 2017?

Stan has a number of new series it'll debut in November, including a homegrown hit transplanted stateside.

On 6 November, Stan will start airing episodes of SMILF, the same day they air in the US:

Also November, Stan's own homegrown hit No Activity returns in the form of its US remake series. No Activity was originally set to debut from 13 November, but Stan then pushed it back a week for unknown reasons, so it'll appear on the streaming service from 20 November.

Here's the full details on Stan's November 2017 offerings:

Stan November 2017
1 November 2017
Janet King: Season 2
We Bare Bears, Season 1: Vol 1 & 2
2 November 2017
Hearthstone
The Sex Life Of Plants
3 November 2017
Raw
Will and Grace (2017): Episode 6
4 November 2017
Active Shooter: America Under Fire: Episode 6
5 November 2017
Patriots Day
6 November 2017
Good Behavior: Season 2, Episode 4
The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2, Episode 1 & 2
White Famous: Season 1, Episode 5
7 November 2017
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
8 November 2017
The Crow's Egg
The Wasted Times
9 November 2017
Koblic
10 November 2017
Will and Grace (2017): Episode 7
11 November 2017
Active Shooter: America Under Fire: Episode 7
12 November 2017
Play
13 November 2017
Good Behavior: Season 2, Episode 5
SMILF: Season 1, Episode 2
The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2, Episode 3 & 4
White Famous: Season 1, Episode 6
14 November 2017
Dirty Ho
15 November 2017
Glory
16 November 2017
Involuntary
No Escape
17 November 2017
Veronica Mars: Seasons 1-3
Will and Grace (2017): Episode 8
18 November 2017
Active Shooter: America Under Fire: Episode 8
19 November 2017
The Cowboys
20 November 2017
Good Behavior: Season 2, Episode 6
No Activity (US remake)
SMILF: Season 1, Episode 3
The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2, Episode 5 & 6
White Famous: Season 1, Episode 7
21 November 2017
My Young Auntie
The Liability
22 November 2017
Nobody From Nowhere
23 November 2017
Scorpion: Season 2
Secret In Their Eyes
24 November 2017
Sleepless
Will and Grace (2017): Episode 9
25 November 2017
Four Dragons
26 November 2017
JCVD
27 November 2017
Good Behavior: Season 2, Episode 7
SMILF: Season 1, Episode 4
The Girlfriend Experience: Season 2, Episode 7 & 8
White Famous: Season 1, Episode 8
28 November 2017
Come Drink with Me
REC 2
29 November 2017
Gitarrmongot
30 November 2017
Fist Fight (2017)

What's new on Amazon Prime Video in November 2017?

Amazon Prime Video has always adopted a "less is more" approach, with only one new series so far announced to debut on the service in November. That's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, from the creator of Gilmore Girls:

Amazon Prime Video will also release three series pilots in November, all appearing on 10 November. There's office comedy The Climb, musical drama Love You More and off-the-wall deceased haunting comedy (which apparently is now a thing) Sea Oak. Amazon has been down the pilot path before, with existing series The Tick and the upcoming Jean-Claude Van Johnson both starting life as pilot programs around a year ago. Or in other words, if enough folks watch them, Amazon might go to a full series with them.

Amazon Prime Video's coverage of Thursday Night NFL games continues in November, with some key matchups.

We've included broadcast times and adjusted for Australian dates for those games, because Amazon Prime Video only has the rights to show them live, not on any kind of delay or catch-up basis. Watch them while they're happening, in other words, or miss out.

Amazon Prime Video November 2017
10 November 2017
Thursday Night NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals (11:25am AEDT)

Love You More

Sea Oak

The Climb

17 November 2017
Thursday Night NFL: Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers (11:25am AEDT)
29 November 2017
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
1 December 2017
Thursday Night NFL: Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys (11:25am AEDT)

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