New on HBO Now: All the Movies and TV Coming in November

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New on HBO Now: All the Movies and TV Coming in November

November is just around the corner, and that means a whole new wave of theatrical and television programming available for your streaming convenience. A slew of movie releases, original programs and series premieres (and finales!) is coming, so without further ado, here’s your November HBO watchlist.

Brand-spankin’ new feature films making their debut include Jordan Peele’s latest horror-thriller, Us. Placing a humble second on our ranking of the best movies of 2019 (so far), Us builds on what Peele started with Get Out =, and will be available closer to the end of the month on Nov. 23. If getting spooky after Halloween wraps up isn’t your cup of tea, latest DC superhero flick Shazam! is making its HBO debut on Nov. 30. Starting the month off right on Nov. 1 are some lighthearted classics like 2007’s Mr. Bean’s Holiday and fellow jokester Jim Carrey’s Bruce Almighty. For the more romantically inclined, Chocolat and Crazy, Stupid, Love are offerings for some, uh, HBO and chill. Other notable titles include Blindspotting, Carlos López Estrada’s 2018 film co-written by and co-starring Rafael Casal and Hamilton’s Daveed Diggs, whose performance garnered him the Innovator Award from the Atlanta Film Festival, Wes Anderson’sThe Darjeeling Limited and Tom Hank’ Big.

In TV, much-anticipated HBO/BBC collaboration His Dark Materials will be making its premiere on Nov. 4. Based on the fantasy novel trilogy by Philip Pullman, James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson and Lin-Manuel Miranda star in the big-budget series adaptation. For something a little more nostalgic, Sesame Street’s 50th Anniversary Celebration will be available on Nov. 9, and the 50th season kicks off on Nov. 16. On a “finale” note, we close out miniseries Catherine the Great on Nov. 11, and Season Six of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver wraps up on the 18th. Some notable original programs include acclaimed Scottish comedian Daniel Sloss’ X—his stand-up special that “takes on toxic masculinity in a 90-minute comedy special that is full of deeply funny observations about gender and sexuality.”

While we’re getting a load of entertainment gold, there are some titles we have to say goodbye to. Nov. 30 is the last day to check out blockbuster hits like Crazy Rich Asians and Spike Lee’s Oscar-winning BlacKkKlansman, two titles that both made our 50 best movies of 2018 list. The extended version of MacGruber is also heading out the door, along with My Friend Dahmer and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.

Check out HBO’s sizzle reel and full list of programs coming (and going) next month below.

Theatrical Premieres:
Head Full of Honey, 2018 (11/2)
Look Away, 2019 (11/4)
Blindspotting, 2018 (11/1)
The Kid Who Would Be King, 2019 (11/9)
Little, 2019 (11/16)
Us, 2019 (11/23)
Shazam!, 2019 (11/30)

Series Premieres:
His Dark Materials, Series Premiere (11/4)
Santos Dumont, Series Premiere (11/11)
Sesame Street, Season 50 Premiere (11/16)

Series Finales:
Axios, Season 2 Finale (11/10)
Catherine the Great, Miniseries Finale (11/11)
Real Time with Bill Maher, Season 17 Finale (11/16)
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Season 6 Finale (11/18)
Chumel Con Chumel Torres, Season 4 Finale (11/18)
Room 104, Season 3 Finale (11/29)

Original Programming:
Entre Nos: Erik Rivera: Super White (11/1)
Daniel Sloss: X (11/2)
The Apollo (11/6)
Very Ralph (11/12)
Sesame Street’s 50th Anniversary Celebration (11/9)
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops (11/19)
Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season (11/26)

Message Erased, 2019 (11/1)
Sobredosis de amor (AKA Roommates), 2019 (11/1)
Pajaros de Verano (AKA Birds of Passage), 2019 (11/8)
Papi Chulo, 2019 (11/15)

2018 HBOAccess Pilots:
Halfway (11/1)
Unimundo 45 (11/1)
Sterling (11/1)

Starting November 1:
Big, 1988
Bruce Almighty, 2003
Chocolat, 2000
The Condemned, 2009
The Condemned 2, 2019
Crazy, Stupid, Love, 2011
The Darjeeling Limited, 2007
The Darkness, 2016
The Day After Tomorrow, 2004
Flawless, 1999
For Love of the Game, 1999
Forget Paris, 1995
Hope Floats, 1998
Indignation, 2016
Jingle All the Way (Director’s Cut), 1996
King Arthur (Director’s Cut), 2004
Mr. Bean’s Holiday, 2007
Nine Months, 1995
Pan, 2015
Reversal of Fortune, 1990
The Town, 2010
True Lies, 1994
Wes Craven Presents Wishmaster, 1997

Ending November 30:
Blackkklansman, 2018
Breakin’ All the Rules, 2004
Captivity, 2007
Crazy Rich Asians, 2018
Darkman, 1990
Darkman II: The Return of Durant, 1996
Darkman III: Die Darkman Die, 1996
The Darkest Minds, 2018
Deja Vu, 2006
The Diary of Anne Frank, 1959
Disclosure, 1994
Hop, 2011
Insidious: The Last Key, 2018
Legend, 2015
Lions For Lambs, 2007
The Lost Boys, 1987
Macgruber (Extended Version), 2010
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, 2018
Manhattan Night, 2019
My Friend Dahmer, 2017
Paper Heart, 2009
Paycheck, 2003
Peter Pan, 2003
Pride, 2007
Ramona and Beezus, 2010
Robin Hood, 2010
Steve Jobs, 2015
Stratton, 2016

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