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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Nov. 15, 2021

Three blonde women stand in front of a fireplace.
Vanessa Hudgens stars in Netflix’s The Princess Switch 3. Netflix

Netflix is bringing you all the Christmas cheer and some highly anticipated originals this week. From a fan favorite holiday film franchise to Joe Exotic’s return to screens, the streaming service has a lot to offer this week.

While last week might have been a little lighter on content, this week Netflix is bringing it. Subscribers will see everything from new docuseries to holiday movies to action films. Every day seems to be a new genre.

If you want to make your watch plans, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of Nov. 15, 2021.

  • Nov. 15
    • America’s Next Top Model: Season 21 and 22: The newer seasons of the modeling competition come to streaming.
    • Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game: This anime tells the story of a basketball team assembled to win.
    • Lies and Deceit: A literature teacher believes she’s raped by a prolific surgeon.
    • Snowbound for Christmas: A woman who is in love with her boss gets snowed in at a luxury resort with him.
    • Survivor: Season 16 and Season 37: Seasons 16 and 37 of the reality show come to streaming.
  • Nov. 16
    • Johnny Test’s Ultimate Meatloaf Quest: This interactive animated show sees Johnny looking for the ultimate meatloaf to avoid his dad’s bad cooking.
    • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing: Characters Beep, Boop, Bing, Bang and Bo make their way their an alphabetical musical.

  • Nov. 17
    • Christmas Flow: A journalist and famous rapper fall for one another in this holiday film.
    • Prayers for the Stolen: The friendship of three girls helps them cope with the actions of a drug cartel.
    • The Queen of Flow: Season 2: A woman seeks justice after being wrongfully imprisoned.
    • Supergirl: Season 6: The latest episodes of the CW series come to streaming.
    • Tear Along the Dotted Line: An Italian cartoonist reflects on his life with is armadillo conscience.
    • Tiger King 2: Joe Exotic is back in season two of Tiger King.

  • Nov. 18
    • Carlos Ballarta: False Prophet: The comic is back for a Netflix special.
    • Dogs in Space: Genetically modified dogs are sent to planet Fetch to scout it for human inhabitation in this animated series.
    • Lead Me Home: This series features stories of unhoused people on the United States’ west coast.
    • The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star: Vanessa Hudgens is back in her three roles for another Princess Switch film.

  • Nov. 19
    • Blown Away: Christmas: Bobby Berk hosts the Christmas edition of the glass blowing competition show.
    • Cowboy Bebop: Three bounty hunters team up in this adaptation of the space anime.
    • Dhamaka: A former news anchor turned radio host sees an opportunity for a career comeback.
    • Extinct: Two animals time travel to the future only to find themselves extinct in this animated series.

  • Nov. 20 [Con’t]
    • Hellbound: Divine creatures dole out judgments in this Korean series.
    • Love Me Instead: A prisoner attempts to reconnect with his daughter.
    • The Mind, Explained: Season 2: The mind and all its intricacies are examined in this series.
    • Procession: Men abused by the Catholic Church create short films about their experiences.
    • tick, tick…BOOM!: This biopic tells the story of Rent writer Jonathan Larson.
  • Nov. 21
    • New World: Celebrities find ways to cash in digital currency during their final day on an island.
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