For many television viewers, cord cutters included, the November television schedule can seem a bit boring. Most of our favorite shows are back, baseball season is over, and on the whole there’s just not a lot going on.
But just because baseball season is over and Christmas season is just around the corner, that doesn’t mean that there’s not a lot to get excited about this November. To show you what I mean, here’s a list of some of the best shows and specials premiering in the month of November!
Looking for something more extensive? Scroll on down to find the comprehensive list of November Television/Streaming premiers!
Ahhh, who doesn’t love the classic 80s-style coming of age story? Walking in the footsteps John Hughes, Harold Ramis, and Richard Linklater; Red Oaks is the story of a young man, between his sophomore and junior year of college, working as a tennis pro at the elite Red Oaks Country Club. Distinctively retro, Red Oaks is a one part deconstruction and two parts tribute to the sleazy 80s comedies that we all simultaneously love and hate. Watch now
Nov. 15 – David Blaine: Beyond Magic, ABC
He’s been buried, frozen in a block of ice, and drowned alive; and now he’s getting ready for his biggest trick yet. That’s right, famed street magician David Blaine is back and bigger than ever with his new special Beyond Magic. This time around, Blaine brings in an all-star cast of celebrities and artists, like Drake and David Beckham, to shock and amaze.
Nov. 16 – The Art of More, Crackle (@TheArtofMore)
After encountering a smuggling while on tour in Iraq, a man makes a meteoric rise to the upper echelons of society. The Art of More exposes the surprisingly dark underbelly of auction houses. Beyond the glitz and the glamour there’s smugglers, hustlers, power brokers and everything cynical thing your mind can think of. Crackle is a free service so this is definitely something you should take the time to check out. Watch now
Nov. 25 – Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, Netflix
After nearly a decade off the air, the girls are back in town. That’s right, the Gilmore Girls make their glorious return to television via Netflix for the mini series – Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. Split up into four 90-minute episode, A Year in the Life will literally take you through an entire year; with each episode taking place during each of the four seasons. Even if you didn’t watch the show when it was on the air, the snappy dialogue and smart writing should be enough to catch your interest.
Nov. 30 – Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, NBC
If you’re looking for something a little less cynical, and a little more family friendly, then you might want to gather everyone around to watch Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love. Set after Dolly Parton’s previous special, Coat of Many Colors, we get to follow the early life of Dolly Parton as her parents struggle to provide a Christmas for their family.
Nov. 30 – Vikings, History Channel/Sling TV (@HistoryVikings)
Then again, if you’re not feeling all that lovey-dovey, then you might need a little dose of medieval carnage. No it’s not Game of Thrones, but it’s just as good AND based somewhat on reality. Vikings is a show based on the life of legendary Viking hero Ragnar Lothbrok. There’s love, there’s action, there’s intrigue; everything that you’ve been missing for the last few months.
Didn’t like anything you saw? Not to worry, here’s a comprehensive list of November premiers for the rest of the month to help you find the right fit.
*** All the below channels are available via Sling, an OTA Antenna, or a popular Streaming Services.
While not your traditional TV series premieres, Thanksgiving Day is packed with plenty of must-watch TV, from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to NFL and college football.
So as you can see, although things are starting to wind down, there is still a lot of stuff to get excited about this November; lots of great shows will return and an endless slew of specials will make their debut. Which ones are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below or sound off on social media.
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