What’s New on Netflix and Top 10: November 24, 2021

bruised new on netflix nov 24

Bruised – Image: Netflix

Wednesday is the new Friday? Well, just for today that seems to be the case, as Netflix is ​​dropping some of its hottest releases ahead of Thanksgiving weekend in the United States. Here’s a look at what’s new and trending in Netflix’s US Top 10 for November 24, 2021.

A few new Christmas movies have also been added to Netflix today, which we’ll cover in more detail in our updated Christmas movie roundup. Both are definitely worth watching, so make sure you don’t miss them!

Today is your last chance to watch the Mexican documentary Night beauties and the 2014 film Cut the bank with Liam Hemsworth and John Malkovich.

While today is a big day for new releases on Netflix, there is still more to come. F is for the family including drops for Thanksgiving tomorrow and Friday we’ll see the Christmas movie release, A castle for Christmas.

Now let’s move on to today’s highlights:


Best new movies and TV shows on Netflix for November 24, 2021

bruised (2020)

Kind: Drama, Sport
Director: Halle berry
To throw: Stephen McKinley Henderson, Halle Berry, Shamier Anderson
Writer: Michelle rosenfarb
Duration: 129 minutes
Awards: 1 victory

Halle Berry is at the center of this new MMA drama about a woman trying to redeem herself by coaching her young son a few years after losing in the ring for herself.

Reviews have been mixed so far by critics, with currently 57% on RottenTomatoes. Empire called the film flawed for example, but most seem to agree that Halle Berry saves the film in so many ways.


True story (Limited series)

Kind: Crime, Drama
To throw: Kevin Hart, Wesley Snipes, Theo Rossi
Duration: 59 minutes

Netflix has been home to Kevin Hart for the past year with the release of Fatherhood over the summer and today comes his new limited series where he stars alongside Wesley Snipes.

Here’s what you can expect from the heartfelt drama:

“A world famous comedian is desperate for a way out after a night in Philadelphia with his brother threatens to sabotage more than his success.”


Full list of what’s new on Netflix for November 24, 2021

4 new movies added today

  • A Boy Called Christmas (2021) Netflix Original – PG – English – Determined young Nikolas meets his destiny in a magical land inhabited by elves on a quest to find his father – and bring home the gift of hope.
  • Azzurri – Wembley Road (2021) – TV-14 – Italian – This documentary traces the journey of the Italian football team to victory at the 2020 European Championship, to the gripping final against England.
  • Breached (2020) Netflix Original – R – English – Years after a humiliating defeat, an MMA fighter seizes one last chance for redemption when the young son she left behind returns in her life.
  • Robin Robin (2020) Netflix Original – G – English – An upbeat young robin raised by a family of mice makes a heartfelt wish to a Christmas star. Will she finally learn who she is and how to fly?

2 new TV series added today

  • Sell ​​Sunset (Season 4) Netflix Original – TV-MA – English – Elite agents at Oppenheim Group sell luxury life to wealthy buyers in LA. Relationships are everything, and that often means major drama.
  • True Story (Limited Series) Netflix Original – TV-MA – English – A world famous comedian desperately searches for a way out after a night in Philadelphia with his brother threatens to sabotage more than his success.

Top 10 Movies and TV Shows on Netflix for November 24, 2021

The first two titles cannot be moved despite a lot of movement underneath. The Christmas Chronicles Notably gets a boost in the top 10 this week as people start to prepare for the holiday season.

# TV shows Movies
1 Cowboy Bebop Red Notice
2 Queen of flow Here is the boom
3 Tiger King: murder, chaos and madness Faded away
4 Hell The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star
5 CoComelon The more they fall
6 Housemaid Love hard
7 Narcos: Mexico The Christmas Chronicles
8 Esoteric Vacations
9 Squid game The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two
ten You All I want for Christmas is you from Mariah Carey

Speaking of Netflix’s top 10, the weekly numbers were updated yesterday with Esoteric, Red Notice, and Hell take all the first places:

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