November is shaping up to be an incredible month for Netflix movies with highly anticipated sequels like Enola Holmes 2 on the go, alongside several Christmas movies perfect for getting into the Christmas spirit.
Stars like Jason Momoa, Justin Hartley, Florence Pugh, Lindsay Lohan, Freddie Prinze Jr. and more are bringing new movies to Netflix this November, making for an exciting roster. As the outside temperatures drop, it looks like Netflix is offering plenty of options for subscribers to wrap up warm and relax with an excellent movie!
Below, we profile six of the biggest and most exciting Netflix movies streaming in November 2022.
Best Netflix Movies November 2022
Enola Holmes 2, November 4th
Millie Bobby Brown returns to reprise her role as Sherlock Holmes’ sister Enola Holmes. Enola follows in her brother’s footsteps and is now a detective, but quickly realizes that many people are still not ready to give female detectives the time of day.
Enola is about to close down her shop when a young girl asks for help finding her missing sister. Excited to have her first real case, Enola accepts and finds herself on a dizzying case full of dark secrets and conspiracies. She must ask her friends and her brother for help to solve this mystery.
In addition to Brown, Henry Cavill, Louis Partridge, Adeel Akhtar, Susie Wokoma and Helena Bonham Carter, the cast includes Sharon Duncan-Brewster, David Thewlis and Hannah Dodd.
In love with Christmas, November 10th
In her first new film since 2019 Under the shadows, actress Lindsay Lohan returns for a sweet Christmas romantic comedy on Netflix this November. Lohan plays a newly engaged heiress who falls just before Christmas and wakes up with amnesia.
Luckily for her, she has the support of a handsome lodge owner (joy‘s Chord Overstreet) and his young daughter, who help her get back on her feet in time for the holidays.
The Miracle, November 16th
Actress Florence Pugh is already reaping awards for her incredible performance in director Sebastián Leilo’s upcoming psychological drama.
Based on the book by Emma Donoghue (who also helped write the screenplay), The wonder is set in the Irish Midlands in 1862, when young Anna O’Donnell (Kíla Lord Cassidy) fasts for several months and yet remains seemingly fit and healthy. Intrigued, nurse Lib Wright (Pugh) travels to Anna’s town to investigate the planned “miracle” for herself. Is Heaven really at work, or is something more disturbing afoot?
Christmas with you, November 17th
A pop star (Lucifer‘s Aimee Gracia) retreats to a small town for the holiday season to fulfill a young fan’s wish, and finds not only a way to revive her career, but also a chance at true love. This adorably festive romantic comedy also stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and is sure to be one of the most anticipated Netflix holiday movies of the year!
The Noel Diary, November 24th
This is us Alum Justin Hartley stars in this film adaptation of the Richard Paul Evans novel of the same name. The Noel Diary is a touching and heartfelt new drama, coming this Thanksgiving, starring Hartley as a best-selling author who returns home to sort out his estranged mother’s estate and discovers a journal that may help him understand his past.
As he rummages through memories of his childhood home, he may also find love for a young woman in town on a personal journey of his own.
Slumberland, November 18th
Jason Momoa stars in this larger than life fantasy film from hunger games Director Francis Lawrence. When a young girl discovers a map of the magical world of Slumberland, they team up with an eccentric outlaw (Momoa) to find a pearl that can grant her greatest wish – to see her late father again. As they traverse the mystical world, they must escape nightmares and soar through dreams in this exciting family film based on the comic book series Little Nemo in Slumberland.
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