Best new TV shows on Netflix this week: November 19, 2021

best new TV shows on Netlfix this week November 19, 2021

Cowboy Bebop season 1 is now available to stream on Netflix

A new season of King tiger, blown glass on Christmas, more South Korean horror and the long-awaited live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop awaits you on Best of New TV Series this week.

N = Original Netflix

Here are the best new TV shows added to Netflix this week:

Cowboy Bebop (Season 1) NOT

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: ten
Kind: Action, Adventure, Crime | Duration: 50 minutes
To throw: John Cho, Alex Hassell, Danielle Pineda, Mustafa Shakir

The long-awaited live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop has arrived on Netflix. With a stellar cast and an incredible score by legendary composer Yoko Kanno, the series has everything and more to attract newbies to the franchise and to influence longtime fans of the anime.

By 2071, most of humanity colonized the rocky planets and moons of the solar system. About fifty years ago, Earth had been left uninhabitable after an accident with a hyperspace gateway. Amid rising crime rates across the solar system, Inter Solar System police are legalizing bounty hunters. Known as the “Cowboys,” they pursue criminals across the solar system and bring them to justice.

Soufflé: Christmas (season 1) NOT

Seasons: 1 | Episodes: 4
Kind: Reality | Duration: 30 minutes

Blown Away was one of the most memorable competitive series we’ve seen on Netflix, and now mixing it with the magic of Christmas makes the show a must-see this holiday season. Once again, a bunch of new, extremely talented glassblowers go head to head to create the best Christmas glass sculptures.

Hell (Season 1) NOT

Season: 1 | Episodes: 6
Kind: Crime, Drama, Fantasy | Duration: 42-60 Minutes
To throw: Yoo Ah In, Park Jung Min, Kim Hyun Joo, Won Jin Ah, Yang Ik Jun

Hellbound has the potential of Squid Game to be one of the biggest South Korean titles to release on Netflix in 2021. Since the series was first announced, we have been eagerly awaiting its arrival and looking forward to it. force-feed six episodes.

Jung Jin Soo, the leader and founder of the new Saejinrihwe religion, preaches that the angels of death sent from hell are a revelation from God. His intense charisma attracts many strange and passionate followers. Bae Young Jae, program director of a broadcasting station is determined to uncover the truth about Saejinrihwe, while Detective Jin Kyung Hoon investigates the mystery behind the angels of death.

The Spirit, Explained (Season 2) NOT

Seasons: 2 | Episodes: ten
Kind: Docu-series | Duration: 25 minutes

Returning for its second season, The Mind Explained explores five new aspects of the mind, taking an in-depth look at adolescent brain development and changes, the power of brainwashing, the colorful world of creativity, evolution personalities and how to focus.

Tiger King (Season 2) NOT

Seasons: 2 | Episodes: 13
Kind: Documentary, Detective | Duration: 45 minutes

Tiger King took the world by storm in 2020 and has become a much needed and welcome distraction from the global pandemic. Surprisingly, the series returns where Season 1 left off, with Joe Exotic in jail and Jeff Lowe taking possession of the old man’s cat animal park. Thanks to the popularity of docuseries, the eyes of the world are on Jeff and the future of the wildlife park. The series also renews interest in the death of Don Lewis, Cheryl Baskin’s ex-husband.

What new TV shows are you going to watch on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments below!

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