As the echoes of Halloween fade away and the warmth of Deepavali approaches, November invites us to embrace the spirit of togetherness and find solace in the company of our loved ones.
In the midst of the festive season, why not take a gentle pause, step away from the hustle and bustle, and immerse ourselves in the simple joy of shared moments? This November, let’s create a haven of warmth and connection, weaving cherished memories with the magic of cinema.
Best Movies & TV Series in November 2023
1. The Exorcist: Believer
“The Exorcist: Believer” (2023) by David Gordon Green is a supernatural horror sequel to the 1973 classic. Photographer confronts profound evil when his daughter and friend are possessed. Seeking answers, he turns to Chris MacNeil, forever changed by a similar event fifty years prior, after two girls vanish into the woods and return with no memory.
Witness the horror at your nearest theatre now.
2. Trolls Band Together
Trolls Band Together, a DreamWorks animated comedy, is a Trolls franchise sequel. Poppy and Branch, now a couple, strive to rescue Floyd and reunite Branch’s disbanded boy band. Discovering Branch’s past, Poppy leads a journey to save Floyd from villains and cultural obscurity. The film features a star-studded ensemble cast, including Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, and new additions like Camila Cabello and RuPaul.
Enjoy the rainbow starting from November 17th at your nearest theatre.
3. Daily Dose of Sunshine
Premiering on November 3 at 4 p.m. KST on Netflix, “Daily Dose of Sunshine” is based on a webtoon and real-life experiences of a psychiatric nurse. The series follows nurse Jung Da Eun (Park Bo Young) as she undergoes personal and professional growth in the psychiatric department, caring for patients with wounded hearts. All episodes are released simultaneously, offering a captivating narrative around compassion and self-discovery.
Catch yourself a little dose of sunshine at Netflix now.
4. Sweet Home Season 2
We know this one is returning on December 1 but we just want to give you an early start to schedule your “Sweet Home Season 2” following the aftermath of the first K-creature series.
Green Home survivors and protagonist Hyun-su face new challenges in a world where desires transform into monsters. Departing from the familiar Green Home, the characters navigate a dilapidated baseball stadium, encountering both external threats and internal struggles.
Song Kang reprises his role as Hyun-su, facing mysterious locations and a voice with ominous intentions. As the storyline unfolds, the characters grapple with the looming threat of monsterization and question Hyun-su’s role as a potential saviour.
Let’s haunt and defeat the monsters together starting from December 1st, only at Netflix.
5. My Demon
Scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays at 10 p.m. KST on SBS starting November 24, “My Demon” is a fantasy rom-com. The storyline revolves around the distrustful chaebol heiress Do Do Hee (Kim Yoo Jung) and the charismatic demon Jung Gu Won (Song Kang). Their lives become entwined in a contractual marriage, exploring a delightful mix of fantasy, romance, and comedy as Jung Gu Won loses his powers.
Catch this rom-com together with your loved one starting on November 24th, only at Netflix.
6. All The Light We Cannot See
Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “All The Light We Cannot See,” this limited series narrates the journey of Marie-Laure, a blind French girl, and her father Daniel LeBlanc. Fleeing German-occupied Paris with a legendary diamond to thwart Nazi possession, the series, releasing on November 2, weaves a narrative rich in heartbreak and historical significance. A compelling exploration of human connection, it unfolds an extraordinary tale against the backdrop of wartime adversity.
Search for the light together on Netflix now.
7. Squid Game: The Challenge
Brace yourselves, Squid Game fans! This month brings an exhilarating treat as “Squid Game: The Challenge” turns the hit series into reality. On November 22, 465 players vie for a staggering $4.56 million, navigating a series of intense games inspired by the original show. Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping experience that mirrors the beloved series’s thrills, chills, and anxiety.
Be prepared to be on your toes this November 22nd, only at Netflix.
8. Tell Me That You Love Me
As the year draws closer, “Tell Me That You Love Me” arrives as a heartwarming romantic addition. Premiering on November 27 exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar, this retelling of the beloved Japanese classic and TBS Television Drama Series is scripted by Eriko Kitagawa and produced by TBS Television Inc.
With an ensemble cast that includes Jung Woosung and Shin Hyunbeen, the series unveils a unique love story, offering a fresh perspective on life through someone else’s eyes.
Witness the confession at Disney Hotstar, starting on November 27th.