Happy Turkey Day to all of you out in the Hidden Distant World. I hope you all eat a lot of food, watch some football and maybe enjoy one or two movies. As we do every week, we share all the new Netflix movies and shows that make their debut from the week of November 22, 2021.
Last week, we saw a huge influx of content on Netflix and it doesn’t stop this week. With the upcoming holidays approaching, Netflix is releasing original new content plus original new Christmas content, so there are many things to come, but not enough time to watch.
With the holidays approaching and the kids at home this week, Netflix has some fun things to offer. Starting with Waffles + Feast of Mochi, a film about understanding that holiday traditions are not just about food. Then we have A boy named Christmas, for a boy trying to find his father. Finally, if you have a family that loves cooking shows, Chocolate School concerns confectionery and chocolate professionals who take their skills to the next level.
For adults, we have two HUGE releases. First, we have Halle Berry’s directorial debut in Bruised, where he plays a struggling MMA fighter looking for one last shot in the cage. Then Kevin Hart takes his turn in the world of television drama True story.
We have Kevin Hart not laughing, Christmas abundant and Halle Berry hitting everyone this week.
Let’s get to the new Netflix movies and shows for streaming this week.
New Netflix movies and shows to watch
- Masters of the Universe: Revelation: Part 2, November 23
- Waffles + Feast of Mochi, November 23
- A boy called Christmas, November 24
- Bruised, November 24
- Sunset Sale: Season 4, November 24
- True story, November 24
- F is for family: Season 5, November 25
- A castle for Christmas, November 26
- School of Chocolate, November 26
From our suggestions, what will you watch? Will you see the latest Christmas content? Or will you watch Kevin Hart’s latest show? Let us know.
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