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What’s streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu in November


There’s so much attention on the president right now. Not that one, but Robin Wright as Claire Underwood in Season 6 of “House Of Cards” on Netflix. It’s just one of the things fans are looking forward to streaming in November.

“Homecoming”: Julia Roberts stars as a women who works at Homecoming, a facility helping soldiers transition to civilian life. When the Department of Defense questions why she leaves her role years later, she realizes there’s a whole other story behind the one she’s been telling herself. (Amazon Prime)

“The Bisexual”: Life gets more interesting for Tania (Niamh Algar) and Leila (Desiree Akhavan) when the latter starts living her life as a gay woman, who also dates men, in this comedy. (Hulu)

“The Great British Baking Show – Collection 6”: The revamped version of this beloved show features amateur bakers trying to take home the sweet prize as the best. (Netflix)

“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy”: Will Ferrell stars as hotshot anchorman Ron Burgundy in this comedic send-up on TV news. (HBO Now)

“Six” Season 2: Navy SEAL Team Six finds intrigue when they attempt to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan in this dramatic series. (Hulu)

“Married with Children”: The Bundy family puts the “fun” in dysfunctional in this television comedy, which originally ran from 1987 to 1997. (Hulu)

“Holly Hobbie”: The beloved American Greetings character gets her own live-action series. (Hulu)

“Elizabeth I And Her Enemies”: Historians Suzannah Lipscomb and Dan Jones lead us through this heady tale of jealousy, treachery, ambition and tragedy as Lily Cole plays Elizabeth I, during the key clashes that shaped one of England’s greatest queens. (Acorn TV)

“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”: A pair of drag performers and a transgender woman travel across the desert to perform their unique style of cabaret in this comedy. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“The Last Kingdom” Season 3: Based on Bernard Cornwell’s “The Saxon Stories” series of novels, the drama tells the story of the separate kingdoms we now know as Engand. (Netflix)

“Narcos: Mexico”: See the rise of the Guadalajara Cartel as an American DEA agent learns the dangers of targeting narcos in Mexico. (Netflix)

“Oh My Ghost” : Possessed by the ghost of a lustful virgin, a timid assistant chef becomes confidently libidinous, drawing the attention of a haughty culinary star in this Korean series. (Netflix)

“Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj”: Hasan Minhaj brings an incisive and nuanced perspective to global news, politics and culture in his unique comedy series. (Netflix)

“They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead”: Actors, crew members and others who were there discuss the tumultuous creation of Orson Welles’s final, unfinished film, “The Other Side of the Wind” in this documentary. (Netflix)

“Excalibur”: Merlin the magician helps Arthur Pendragon unite the Britons around the Round Table of Camelot, even as dark forces conspire to tear it apart in this fantasy drama. (Amazon Prime)

“She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”: In this reboot of the ’80s series, a magic sword transforms an orphan girl into warrior She-Ra, who unites a rebellion to fight against evil. (Netflix)

“Good Will Hunting”: Robin Williams and Matt Damon star as a therapist and his troubled patient in this film that snagged Damon and co-writer Ben Affleck an Oscar. (Netflix)

“Sixteen Candles”: One of the definitive films of the 1980s, this John Hughes directed dramedy follows a day in the life of a teen whose family has overlooked her milestone birthday. (Netflix)

“Patriot” Season 1: To prevent Iran from going nuclear, an intelligence officer must forgo all safety nets and assume a perilous “non-official cover” — that of a mid-level employee at a Midwestern industrial piping firm.(Amazon Prime)

“Cruel Intentions”: Sarah Michelle Geller, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon head the cast in this steamy, stylish look at Manhattan’s posh youth and their wanton games of sexual manipulation.(Amazon Prime)

“Child’s Play”: A murderous doll comes to life in this classic horror film. (Amazon Prime)

“Downsizing”: When scientists find a way to shrink humans to five inches tall, a man and his wife decide to get small and live large in a luxurious downsized community. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween”: Tyler’s Perry’s cantankerous Madea character and her friends scare up big laughs on a hell-arious journey to rescue her niece from a haunted campground. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“A Fairly Odd Christmas” : Timmy Turner been going overboard with his wish granting, and now that Christmas is just around the corner, there’s almost nothing left for Santa to do. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“The Accused”: Kelly McGillis stars as a crusading lawyer seeking justice for the gang rape victim played by Jodie Foster in this film based on a real-life case. (Hulu)

“The Big Lebowski”: Jeff Bridges, left, is the Dude and John Goodman and Steve Buscemi his buddies in this Coen brothers comedy about a slacker who is mistaken for a millionaire. (Hulu)

“Wonder”: Based on a bestseller, this movie tells the heartwarming story of a boy with facial differences who enters a mainstream school for the first time. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“Tomb Raider”: Alicia Vikander hits the mark in this action film based on the video game of the same name. (HBO Now)

“Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham”: This series based on MC Beaton’s best-selling novels follows a London public relations whizz turned amateur sleuth, who becomes entangled in mischief, mayhem, and murder when she opts for early retirement in the country. (Acorn TV)

Updated: October 29, 2018 — 7:34 pm

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