Netflix will turn up the heat as the temperature outside drops by expanding its new streaming offerings available for viewing in November 2014. In November, the streaming media giant will continue adding new titles to entertain and enthuse subscribers with a number of viewing options that include its own original content, classic programming, as well as new movie and TV show releases just made available via streaming media. Here are some of the new streaming options available for viewing on Netflix in November 2014.
On November 1, new titles for streaming include TV series runs of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 9 and Portlandia: Season 4, as well as Bali: Season 1. Other new movie viewing options available on that day include the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger (Terminator franchise) and Sharon Stone (Casino) thriller Total Recall, the 1962 war classic Hell Is for Heroes, as well as classic film Babes in Toyland (1961).
Additional new streaming movie options that will become available for viewing on Netflix on Nov. 1, 2014, include the 1996 Farrelly Brothers bowling flick, Kingpin, which starred Woody Harrelson (Cheers) and Bill Murray (Lost in Translation), and 1991’s The Rocketeer, which is a comic book adaptation set in 1938 and featured Billy Campbell (The Killing) and Jennifer Connelly (A Beautiful Mind).
On November 3, new viewing options include 2004’s The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, which starred Julie Andrews (The Sound of Music) and Anne Hathaway (One Day). While on November 4, the just released 2014 documentary, Altman, which explores the life and career of iconic American filmmaker, Richard Altman, features Julianne Moore (Nine Months), Bruce Willis (Die Hard), as well as the recently departed Robin Williams (Mrs. Doubtfire). Then, on November 5, the recently released film, Fading Gigalo (2013), will also become available for viewing on Netflix. The film was directed, written, and stars veteran actor John Turturro (The Luzhin Defense) and co-stars iconic director-veteran actor Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris), as well as versatile actress-screen siren Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct).
On November 8, the 2014 film Louder Than Words, which stars David Duchovny (X-Files) and Scott Cohen (Gilmore Girls), and the well-reviewed 2013 film, Nebraska, which stars Bruce Dern (Big Love) and was directed by Alexander Payne of Sideways (2004) and The Descendants (2011) fame, will also become available for Netflix subscribers.
On November 10, the first season of SyFy’s Helix (2014) will make its way to the streaming media giant for public consumption. The series follows a team of scientists from the CDC who travel to the Arctic to investigate a potential outbreak of disease. Helix features Billy Campbell (The Rocketeer) and Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager) among its ensemble cast.
Mid-November offerings on Netflix include BBC series 6 of Doc Martin (November 15) and Dream House (2011), which starred real-life husband and wife actors Daniel Craig (Skyfall) and Rachel Weisz (The Constant Gardner), on November 16.
Later on in November 2014, Netflix continues to roll out additional new streaming options for viewing with Season 3 of Norwegian series, Lilyhammer, starring The Sopranos‘ Steven Van Zandt as a New York gangster in witness protection trying to start a new life in Norway. This season featured Van Zandt’s directorial debut and a guest appearance by rocker Bruce Springsteen.
As fall ebbs and Winter 2014 approaches, Netflix has many new streaming options available for viewing in November, including the fourth and final season of CW series, Nikita, starring Maggie Q (Stalker) and Shane West (A Walk to Remember), the 2013 film, Snowpiercer, which starred Chris Evans (Captain America) and Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot), centered on members of a post-apocalyptic society confined to a massive non-stop train. Other new streaming options that will help round out the media giant’s offerings for viewing in November include Bomb Girls: Season 3, as well as the 2014 Netflix original, VeggieTales in the House. While the seasons are in flux, viewers will continue to be entertained and enthused with new TV series and movie offerings, as well as other streaming options available for viewing in November 2014.
By Leigh Haugh
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