Virgin River S5 And 9 More Premieres You Don’t Want To Miss This November

Virgin River S5 And 9 More Premieres You Don’t Want To Miss This November
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When the spooks are over, fun begins.

If you thought the streaming services and broadcast networks had nothing left for you because of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike, think again. Production takes a long time, and the studios have been smart enough to backlog some content so you don't have to go without premieres between Halloween and Christmas.

Here are 10 TV series from Netflix, Apple TV Plus, Hulu and all the other platforms to binge on this November. Mark your calendars to make sure you don't miss a thing.

Love Island Games (November 1)

If you're a fan of steamy reality, then the Love Island spinoff is for you. Airing on Peacock this November, Love Island Games will see 26 fan-favorite contestants from previous seasons pitted against each other in a brand new format.

The Buccaneers ( November 8)

Readers, it looks like Bridgerton has some very strong competition this season. Coming your way from Apple TV Plus is the adaptation of Edith Wharton's novel of the same name. Prepare to laugh, cry, and fall in love with the young American women who came to England to find their true love and secure marriage.

NCIS: Sydney (November 13)

Another spin-off of one of the most popular procedural dramas will take viewers to the other side of the world, to sunny Australia. Get ready to meet a team of professionals who are just as ready to investigate the crimes of the Navy and Marine Corps. What's even better is that the show will have its own time slot on CBS for everyone to enjoy.

A Murder at the End of the World ( November 14)

If you are interested in the crime and mystery genre, you may enjoy this Hulu premiere. The story follows amateur detective Darby Hart, portrayed by Emma Corrin, who is forced to fight for her life while investigating the murder that occurred at a party in a convincingly remote location to which she was invited as a guest.

The Crown Season 6 Part 1 (November 16)

With all the events of the series slowly building up to the tragic cathartic event in the life of the royal family, The Crown is under immense pressure to live up to Diana's legacy. Though Netflix was forced to split the final season of the beloved show about the British monarchy in two, it's still not something you want to miss.

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (November 17)

The biggest news for fans of the Scott Pilgrim comic books, game, and movie is almost ready to hit the big screen. Not only would the animated series follow the events of Scott's life in greater detail and feature epic battle scenes, but it would also give viewers the gift of a reunion of the original cast as voice actors.

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters (November 17)

Prepare for epic visuals and the dual brilliance of Russell's father-son duo. But don't let the promotional material fool you: this Apple TV Plus story is about more than just a celebrity name in the cast. Join us on the adventure of finding all the possible connections to the monarch.

Fargo Season 5 (November 21)

If you're a Fargo fan, you're in for a treat this November. The black comedy-crime drama anthology returns to FX with not one, but two premiere episodes. The season will consist of 10 episodes in total, spread across November, December and January to keep you entertained throughout the holiday season.

Squid Game: The Challenge (November 22)

If you thought Squid Game was scary enough as fiction, this premiere is probably not for you. This time, Netflix is challenging itself and going bigger, making the game real and forcing players to compete for the largest single cash prize in reality television, $4.5 million. Hopefully the consequences won't be as devastating as they were in the show.

Virgin River Season 5 Part 2 (November 30)

The second part of Virgin River is finally coming our way to explore more bright and merry side of a small town's life in Christmas specials. But don't worry, this won't be the last you'll hear from Jack and Mel, as Virgin River Season 6 is already confirmed to be in development. So sit back and enjoy the show, knowing that Netflix will continue the story down the road.