Everything is coming to Netflix this weekend (November 5)

After scaring subscribers with a weekend of binge eating filled with its Netflix and Chills titles, Netflix is ​​slowing down its scary content. This weekend, the streamer will add a total of 13 new titles to its content catalog, including one of the first from the 2021 Here for the Holidays streaming lineup.

This weekend will be an exciting weekend for subscribers as new seasons of two popular titles will be released. On Friday both Big mouth, the Netflix original adult animated coming-of-age sitcom, and Narcos: Mexico, the streamer’s hit crime drama, returns to the platform with new series of episodes. Several new titles will also appear in the library this weekend, including: love hard, The Unlikely Killer, and Santa is back, the latest title from the streamer’s Christmas lineup. That holiday lineup, which can be viewed by clicking here, will see new Netflix original series and movies arrive in the library through Christmas Day, getting subscribers into the spirit of the season.

Netflix offers three plans: the Basic plan ($8.99 per month), the Standard plan ($13.99 per month), and the Premium plan ($17.99 per month). The streamer also recently released a “Netflix Free Section,” allowing non-subscribers to watch a selection of the streamer’s best-loved originals for free. Keep scrolling to see everything coming to Netflix this weekend, and don’t forget to check out all the titles that will be leaving before the end of the month.

‘Big Mouth’: Season 5

Get ready for more raging hormones, hair-raising puberty developments, and fantastical views of human reproductive systems, because Big mouth returns this weekend for its fifth outing on Netflix! Co-created by Nick Kroll and his childhood friend and writing partner Andrew Goldberg, and loosely based on their own teenage experiences, Big mouth follows the adventures of several young teens who go through the trials and tribulations of puberty with the help of their “hormone monsters” and a few other wacky personifications. Season 5, which will be available for streaming on Friday, November 5, will document the time from “No Nut November” to New Year’s Eve and take on the theme LOVE & HATE with the introduction of lovebugs and hateworms, as Nick’s lovebug Walter pushes him to express his feelings. for Jessi until she publicly rejects him, turning Walter into a hate worm. Other characters will also have lovebugs, such as Jessi’s lovebug Sonya, who appears as Jessi gets closer to Ali and ends up wondering if she loves her more than a friend. Big mouth features a voice cast that includes Kroll, John Mulaney, Maya Rudolph, Jordan Peele, Jessi Klein and more, with newcomers such as Brandon Kyle Goodman, Pamela Adlon and Keke Palmer.

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‘Love hard I’

It may only be November, but Netflix is ​​doubling down on all of its holiday content with the new original movie love hard debuts this week. In the film, Nina Dobrev plays the hopelessly romantic but eternally single LA journalist Natalie, who falls in love with a man on the East Coast through a dating app and discovers she’s been mugged when she decides to surprise him for the holidays. According to Netflix, “this light-hearted romantic comedy describes her attempt to fall in love.” In addition to Dobrev, love hard starring James Saito, Harry Shum Jr., Mikaela Hoover and Heather McMahan. It will be available for streaming on Friday, November 5.

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‘Narcos: Mexico’: Season 3

Netflix’s drug cartel saga Narcos: Mexico returns to Netflix for season 3, the final season. The series, originally planned as the fourth season of Narcos but given the go-ahead for the premiere of his own spin-off series, examines the rise of the Guadalajara cartel, led by Gellardo, while US DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena learns the danger of targeting narcotics in Mexico. In the final 10-episode season, which premieres on Friday, a new generation of cartel leaders will compete for power as journalists search for the truth. Meanwhile, government agents will walk a fine line between justice and corruption.

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What else will be added this weekend?

available. 11/5/21:
A Police Movie – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
The Club – NETFLIX SERIES
Glory – NETFLIX SERIES
Meenakshi Sundareshwar – NETFLIX MOVIE
The Unlikely Killer – NETFLIX SERIES
We Couldn’t Grow Up – NETFLIX MOVIE
Yara – NETFLIX MOVIE
Zero to Hero – NETFLIX MOVIE

available. 11/6/21:
Arcane – NETFLIX SERIES (New Episodes Weekly)

available. 21-11-21:
Santa is back – NETFLIX MOVIE

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What’s this weekend about?

Netflix is ​​saying goodbye to two titles this weekend. On Friday the movie The late bloomer endings, followed by Sleepless on Sunday. The two titles are part of a longer list of titles that will be leaving the streaming library this month.

Departure 11/10/21:
A single man

Departure 21/11/21:
Fruitvale Station

Departure 14/11/21:
America’s Next Top Model: Season 19
America’s Next Top Model: Season 20
K-up! the film
K-On!: Seasons 1-2
Survivor: Season 20: Heroes vs Villains
Survivor: Season 28: Cagayan

Departure 15/11/21:
safe house

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What’s been added this week?

available. 1/11:
The Claus Family – NETFLIX MOVIE
21 Jump Street
60 Days In: Season 6
A river flows through it
Addams Family Values
american gangster
The Story of an Elf: The Elf on the Shelf
Angry Birds: Season 4 – Slingshot Stories
Bella and the Bulldogs: Season 2
The big wedding
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Eleven Pets: Santa’s St. Bernards Red Christmas
First Knight
Forged in Fire: Season 7
get together
The General’s Daughter
It follows
Johnny Mnemonic
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
Hero of the last action
money ball
Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher
My Dad’s Christmas Appointment
The Nightingale (2018)
Total Recall (2012)
Snakes in an airplane
Stripes
Tagged
in Ata
Texas Rangers

available. 11/2/21:
Confidential Camp: America’s Secret Nazis – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Ridley Jones: Season 2 – NETFLIX FAMILY

available. 11/3/21:
The Harder They Fall – NETFLIX MOVIE
Lords of Scam – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY

available. 21/11/21:
Catching Killers – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY

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