Winter is coming. The nights are getting longer, and for most of us, that means curling up on the sofa and watching Netflix on repeat, opting to stay inside, instead of risking the chilly weather outside.

The popular streaming service has a number of new #Television shows and films heading to households across November. To make it easier to decide on what to watch, here are some of the best choices they have to offer for the upcoming month.

Television

Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life, November 24

Yes, November is the month that everyone’s favourite mother-daughter duo return to the screens. “The Gilmore Girls” returns to screens, almost 10 years after its initial run finished.

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Most of the popular characters are set to return, including breakout star Melissa McCarthy. They have just released the trailer, the script however, has been kept under wraps.

The Crown, November 4

The Crown is set to rule the airwaves from November 4. The British-American series is set to follow the life of Queen Elizabeth, charting her rise to Monarch, as well as her marriage to Prince Phillip. Former “Dr. Who” star Matt Smith is set to star alongside Claire Foy in the lead. If you're missing "Downton Abbey", this blockbuster of a show may be just what you're looking for.

 

Chelsea, November 2

Popular American chat show host Chelsea Handler debut her new show earlier this year, moving to #Netflix from E!, where she spent seven years presenting late-night chat show, “Chelsea Lately”.

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The show is set to continue throughout the month, airing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Expect a whole host of A-list guests, and a host that doesn’t care who she offends.

All Hail King Julien: Season 4, November 11

One for the kids now. “All Hail King Julien” season 4 is set to hit screens from November 11. The spinoff follows the popular King Julien, as seen in the Madagascar series. The show serves as a prequel to the DreamWorks movie series.

Movies

Dirty Grandpa, November 20

One of the newest releases added this month is the crude comedy, “Dirty Grandpa”, which sees Zac Efron starring alongside Robert De Niro. You can now watch the unlikely duo team up for the comedy that split opinion from the end of November.

Das Boot: Theatrical Cut, November 16

If you like your films loud, long and impressive, then “Das Boot” will be the #Film for you. The German release depicts the trials and tribulations of a German crew aboard a submarine during World War 2. Though not as long as the Director’s Cut, the Theatrical cut still runs in at a back busting 150 minutes.

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Capote, November 5

 

The film that won the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman an Academy Award, “Capote” explores the life of author Truman Capote, focusing on his growing relationship with a convicted murderer whilst writing his novel, In Cold Blood.

Best of the rest

Dana Carvey: Straight White Male, 60, November 4

True Memoirs of an International Assassin, November 11

Roman Empire: Reign of Blood: Season 1, November 11

Stephen Fry in America, November 15

Shooter: Season 1, November 16

The Battle of Midway, November 18

Elizabethtown, November 23