What’s New on Netflix and Top 10: November 19, 2021

tick tick boom new on netflix on november 19, 2021

tick, tick… BOOM! new on Netflix for November 19 – Photo: Netflix

It’s Friday and today has seen a slew of new releases on Netflix in the US with 13 new movies and TV shows added for the weekend. Here’s a look at what’s new and trending on Netflix for November 19, 2021.

On the weekend moving front, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World is set to leave Netflix tomorrow. Sunday we will see the removal of Machete Kills (2013) and Girls and Panzer der Film (2015).

As for what’s coming to Netflix this weekend, we’ll see the final three episodes of Esoteric added as well as the film by Kevin James, Here is the boom.

Now let’s move on to our top 3 picks for the day:

Best new movies and shows on Netflix for November 19

tick, tick… BOOM! (2021)

Kind: Biography, Drama, Musical
Director: Lin-Manuel Miranda
To throw: Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens, Bradley Whitford
Duration: 115 minutes

Reviews have been rave for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s new musical which has been hotly tipped for Oscar nominations for 2022.

Andrew Garfield (who has been getting a lot of buzz lately thanks to his supposed appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home) stars as Jon who is in his early thirties and provides an update on his personal and professional life. .

The film currently sports an 8.1 / 10 on IMDb, an 87 on RottenTomatoes and a 73 on Metacritic.


Cowboy Bebop (Season 1)

Kind: Action, Adventure, Crime
To throw: Daniella Pineda, John Cho, Elena Satine
Duration: 60 minutes

At the other end of the examination spectrum is Cowboy Bebop, Netflix’s now controversial live-action adaptation of the beloved animated series.

The direct adaptation is a sci-fi western that has us follow a group of bounty hunters traveling across the galaxy.

Now, it’s worth noting that while critics generally didn’t like the series, the audience scores that sank throughout the day seem to be more favorable. At the time of publication, the series is at 6.5 / 10.


Hell (Season 1)

Kind: Crime, Drama, Fantasy
To throw: Yoo Ah-in, Jeong Min Park, Chase Yi
Duration: 49 minutes

Often dubbed “the next squid game” (get used to this phrase) is Hell, the new Korean horror-fantasy series.

Supernatural beings deliver bloody condemnations, sending individuals to hell and giving birth to a religious group based on the idea of ​​divine justice.


Full list of what’s new on Netflix for November 19

6 new movies added today

  • Dhamaka (2021) Netflix Original – TV-14 – Hindi – When a cynical former TV news anchor receives an alarming call on his radio show, he sees a chance to return to his career – but it can cost his conscience.
  • Extinct (2021) Netflix Original – TV-Y7 – English – Two cute and fuzzy creatures accidentally time travel to the future… where they have vanished! Can this donut-shaped duo save their species?
  • Little Singham Samundar Ka Sikandar (2021) – TV-Y7 – Hindi – When monstrous creatures threaten to destroy an ocean kingdom, Little Singham dives to save the king, princess and other deep-sea dwellers from disaster.
  • Love Me Instead (2021) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Turkish – Accompanied by a ward, a prisoner travels to his hometown to reconnect with his daughter and make amends, but a tragic truth hinders his journey.
  • Procession (2021) Netflix Original – R – English – Six men who have been sexually assaulted by Catholic clergy as the boys grow into a makeshift family and find their autonomy creating films inspired by their trauma.
  • tick, tick… BOOM! (2021) Netflix Original – PG-13 – English

7 new TV series added today

  • Soufflé: Christmas (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-PG – English – It’s the season for five returning artists to fill the hot shop with festive designs. We will earn money for the stockings – a merry Christmas indeed!
  • Cowboy Bebop (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-14 – English
  • Hellbound (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Korean
  • LEGO Ninjago (Seasons 3-4) – TV-Y7-FV – English – While battling enemies across Ninjago City and beyond, ninjas embark on new quests and gain new allies as the power of their friendship is tested.
  • One-Punch Man (Season 1) – TV-PG – Japanese – The most powerful superhero in the world can kill anyone with one blow. But nothing can challenge him, so he struggles with boredom and depression.
  • The Spirit Explained (Season 2) Netflix Original – TV-14 – English – Have you ever wondered what’s going on in your head? From dreams to anxiety disorders, find out how your brain works with this insightful series.
  • Until Death (Season 1) – TV-MA – Arab – In the middle of a wedding on the rocks, Reem’s husband succumbs to adulterous temptation, but this voluptuous encounter will change the couple’s life forever.

Top 10 Movies and Shows on Netflix for November 19, 2021

King tiger, while having humble beginnings internationally, clearly still has a connection to the American audience that dominates the list of best TVs at number 1. Red Notice, a week after its release, still tops the list of films.

# TV shows Movies
1 Tiger King: murder, chaos and madness Red Notice
2 Queen of flow The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star
3 Narcos: Mexico American meeting
4 You Love hard
5 Housemaid The more they fall
6 CoComelon All I want for Christmas is you from Mariah Carey
7 Squid game 21 rue du saut
8 big mouth Army of thieves
9 60 days in Vacations
ten The Thundermans Snowbound for Christmas

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