Some of the most anticipated series of the fall hit the screens in November: the third season of “Kingdom” Lars von Trier will finally reach streaming platforms, Sylvester Stallone will play a mafia capo, Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight will present a project about World War II, and Kirill Pirogov from the cult “Eagle and Tails” will encroach on laurels Samuel L. Jackson, playing the role of a negotiator with terrorists in an action-packed action movie. This and much more is in the monthly selection of series from Lenta.ru.
“Shop” Blockbuster “” / Blockbuster
Based on the true story of the last USA Blockbuster video rental store, the comedy series reflects on how the everyday life of employees of this dying business in all respects goes. Vanessa Ramos (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) is the showrunner and Peimen Benz (Time to Win: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty) is directing.
The comedy series will consist of ten episodes, all aired on Netflix the 3rd of November
“Titans” / Titans
The DC superhero series is back with a fourth season that will be split into two parts. After saving Gotham, the Titans are going to return to San Franciscohowever, on the way home, they encounter dangerous cultists with previously unseen supernatural powers.
The first part of the season will include six episodes, the first two will air on November 3 on HBO Max.
Negotiator Psychologist Alexander Maksimov (Kirill Pirogov) saved lives more than once, persuading criminals to release the hostages. One fatal mistake changes everything – during a terrorist attack at a school, he fails negotiations with the terrorists, because of which his daughter dies. Alexander can no longer look into the eyes of his wife and son and leaves the family. Years later, fate brings him together with a terrorist who survived the storming of the school.
The first season will include seven episodes and will premiere on November 3 on Kion.
The Mosquito Coast
Continuation of the adventures of an American family on the run in South America, with Justin TherouxMelissa George, Gabriel Bateman and Logan Polish in the lead roles. Seeking a safe haven, the heroes discover the isolated settlement of Casa Rojas in the Mexican jungle – but the inhabitants of this utopian community also have many dark secrets. The series is based on the bestseller of the same name. Paula Therouxto whom Justin, who played the main role, is the nephew, and the book itself was already filmed in 1986 by the director Peter Weir.
The second season of the show will consist of ten episodes, the premiere of the first – November 4 on Apple TV+
“Dangerous Liaisons” / Dangerous Liaisons
The new film adaptation of one of the most famous French novels of the 18th century by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos – and its first English-language television adaptation – will tell about the mores of the aristocracy at the court of Louis XVI. Cast – Alice Englert, Leslie ManvilleCarice van Houten, Paloma Faith, Nicholas Denton and Claire Higgins.
The debut season will consist of eight episodes, with the first airing November 6 on Starz.
“Crown” / The Crown
The fifth – penultimate – season of the drama about the life of the recently deceased queen Great Britain Elizabeth II again makes a jump in time with a change in the cast. Now the plot will focus on the life of the royal family in the 1990s (and touch on the tragic death of Princess Diana, played by Elizabeth Debicki). In the role of the queen herself instead of Olivia Colman speak Imelda Staunton (“Freedom Writers”, “Pride”).
The new part will consist of ten episodes, all of them will be released on November 9 on Netflix
“Vocation” / The Calling
A new project from one of the most productive showrunners of the golden age of television, David Edward Kelly (LA Law, Big Little Lies, Nine Complete Strangers). In the center of the plot of “The Calling” is the New York detective Abraham (Jeff Wilbush), convinced that faith and connection with subtle matters help him close cases. One of the directors of the crime show was Barry Levinson (“Rain Man”).
The first season will have eight episodes and will premiere on November 10 on Peacock.
In the next season of the mystical action movie, Eva (Alba Baptista) and her sisters from the Order of the Cross Sword are looking for a way to defeat the angel Adriel (William Miller), who is trying to lead humanity through religion.
The second part will include ten episodes, all of them will be released on November 10 on Netflix
“Englishwoman” / The English
A brutal and bloody western about the adventures of the British aristocrat Cornelia Locke (Emily Blunt) and Pawnee scout Elie (Chask Spencer) on the American frontier in the 1890s. The project also starred Ciarán Hinds, Toby Jones and Tom Hughesand was written and directed by Hugo Bleek (“Shadow Border”).
The mini-series will consist of six episodes, all aired on Amazon Prime Video and BBC Two
“Mammals” / Mammals
British black comedy from writer Jez ButterworthFord against Ferrari”) With James Corden as a Michelin-starred chef whose personal life is crumbling before his eyes. The show also starred Melia Kreiling and Colin Morgan.
The miniseries will have six episodes, all airing November 11 on Amazon Prime Video.
“Legendary Quest: Raven’s Feast” (“Mystic Quest”) / Mythic Quest
The comedy show is about the development team of a multiplayer role-playing game, which includes the workaholic Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao), fearful manager David (David Hornsby) and sociopath Brad (Danny Pudi), as well as narcissistic boss Ian (Rob McElhenneyHe also acted as one of the showrunners). Corporate espionage, game exhibitions, loot, coding, bugs – although the Legendary Quest did not become a super hit, it gathered a devoted audience around itself in two seasons, and it seems that it has every chance of becoming one of the leading ones (after Ted Lasso, of course) Apple’s long-running comedy projects.
The third season will consist of ten episodes, the first two will be released on November 11 on Apple TV +
SAS: Unknown Heroes / SAS: Rogue Heroes
The historical drama from Stephen Knight (“Peaky Blinders”) tells about the formation and work of the Special Air Service (SAS) of Great Britain during the Second World War. In the role of the eccentric founder of the SAS, officer David Stirling – known for “Sex Education” Connor Swindells. Also in the project were Jack O’Connell, Jacob Ifan and Sofia Boutella.
The miniseries will include six episodes, with the first episode airing November 14 on Epix; has already premiered in the UK on BBC One
“King of Tulsa” / Tulsa King
Sylvester Stallone plays New York mobster Dwight Manfredi, recently released from prison after a long imprisonment. The boss sends Manfredi to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he is to pull off a criminal operation. In addition to Stallone, the project starred Martin Starr, Vincent PiazzaDashiell Connery and Dana Delanyand the showrunners were Taylor Sheridan (“At Any Cost”) and Terence Winter (“The Sopranos”, “Boardwalk Empire”).
The project will consist of ten episodes and will premiere on November 13 at Paramount+
“Yellowstone” / Yellowstone
Another Taylor Sheridan series is back with a fifth season. The popular neo-western tells about life on a ranch in Montana, USA, on the border with the Indian Reservation and Yellowstone National Park. Cast – Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly and Wes Bentley.
The new part will include six episodes, the first one will be released on November 13 on Paramount +
“Teletubbies” / Teletubbies
We didn’t wait, we didn’t think we needed it, but it happened anyway – Netflix is releasing a remake of the popular British children’s show Teletubbies. The reboot (sorry) will be played by Titus Burgess (Kimmy Schmidt, Unbreakable) as the narrator.
The Adventures of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Lali & Po Coming to Netflix November 14
“Santa Clauses” / The Santa Clauses
Halloween is over, and horror stories of all kinds are starting to be replaced by Christmas stories on streaming platforms. One of the first will be a comedy about the Klaus family, whose patriarch (Tim Allen) decides to leave the New Year’s business and move to warmer climes. Only now the successor, whom Santa Claus finds for himself, has completely different ideas about how to celebrate the New Year.
The miniseries will have six episodes, with the first two coming on November 16 on Disney+.
Action-packed mystical horror from the creators of the German “Darkness” Jantje Friese and Barana bo Odara will tell about the Kerberos steamer lost in the Atlantic Ocean with migrants who were heading from London in New York. The crew of the Kerberos spot a drifting ship that went missing months earlier and find something eerie aboard. The project was played by Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard and Anton Lesser.
The horror will consist of eight episodes, all of them will be released on November 17 on Netflix.
Fleishman Is in Trouble
Based on the 2019 novel of the same name, the series follows Toby Fleischman (Jesse Eisenberg), a divorced 40-year-old man who is trying to find a mate through dating apps. His romantic adventures are interrupted by the disappearance of his ex-wife, because of which he has to take care of common children alone. The showrunner was the author of the novel, Taffy Brodesser-Akner.
The miniseries will include nine episodes, with the first two arriving November 17 on FX and Hulu.
The Sex Lives of College Girls
The project of The Office star and screenwriter Mindy Kaling is dedicated, as the name suggests, to the adventures of female students discovering the adult world. In the new season, viewers are waiting for attempts to organize a male striptease at the university, passionate romances and balancing between sex and study performed by Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Rene Rapp and Ali Chanel Scott.
The premiere of the second season is scheduled for November 18 on HBO Max and in Amediatek.
“Welcome to Chippendales” / Welcome to Chippendales
New project from Robert Siegel (“Pam and Tommy”) with Kumail Nanjiani as the founder of the Chippendales male stripper group, which later turned into a whole dance empire. The dramedy also starred Zach Parmisano, Felix Rossi and Colin Seifert.
The miniseries will consist of eight episodes, with the first two airing November 22 on Hulu.
“Echo-3” / Echo 3
Scientist Amber Chesborough (Jessica Collins) disappears in South America at the border Colombia and Venezuelawhere the guerrilla war is going on. Her brother and husband are taken to find the missing (Luke Evans and Michiel Huisman), the elite special forces of the US Army. Showrunner Mark Boalscreenwriter of the Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker.
The miniseries will include ten episodes, with the first three coming November 23 on Apple TV+.
“Wednesday” / Wednesday
The spin-off of the recently relaunched The Addams Family focuses on its darkest heroine, now teenage Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega). The showrunners of the project were the creators of “Smallville Secrets” Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, and one of the directors (who shot as much as half of the season) – Tim Burton. The series will also feature Gwendolyn Christie, Fred ArmisenLuis Guzman, and Christina Ritchie, who played Wednesday on The Addams Family in the 1990s.
The show will consist of eight episodes, all of which will be released on November 23 on Netflix.
Kingdom: Exodus / Riget: Exodus
The long-awaited premiere of the third season of Lars von Trier’s cult series The Kingdom, an amazing artifact from the mid-1990s, in which the huge Copenhagen hospital turned out to be a haven for ironic postmodern hell. In the new part, in addition to the previous stars, Udo Kier and Alexander Skarsgard. You can read about what foreign critics who watched it at the Venice Film Festival wrote about Exodus. here.
Exodus will feature five episodes and premiere on November 27 on Mubi
“Willow” / Willow
Sequel to the fantasy film of the same name Ron Howard, released in 1988, returns Warwick Davis to his famed role as the titular character, the dwarf wizard Willow. The events of the series will unfold 20 years after the finale of the full-length picture. The series also starred Ruby Cruz, Erin Kellyman and Ellie Bamber.
The series will have eight episodes, with the first coming November 30 on Disney+.