Pictured: South Paw, Wednesday, The Noel Diary

It’s time to go over the new Netflix releases planned for the penultimate week of November 2022. We’ll take a look at our top three most anticipated titles on Netflix this week and the preview list of all titles hitting the streamer over the next 7 days.

For a full look at what’s yet to come to Netflix in November, visit our preview; if not, take a look at what’s to come in December 2022.

This week, you can also watch Rian Johnson’s great Netflix movie, Crystal Onion: A Knives Out MysteryIn select theaters beginning November 23.

The most anticipated Netflix releases this week


Coming to Netflix: WHEN YOU THINK!?

Netflix’s big new Thanksgiving release arrives this week in the form of Wednesday (either Wednesday Addams as labeled in some places).

The title is based on The Addams Family, which has become a Halloween staple over the years.

According to Netflix, this is what you can expect from the new series starring Jenna Ortega:

“The series is a supernaturally infused detective mystery that charts Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy. Wednesday’s attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous murder wave that has terrorized the local town, and solve the supernatural mystery that engulfed her parents 25 years ago, all while navigating her highly tangled new relationships in Nevermore. .

noel’s diary

Coming to Netflix: Friday

Netflix’s Christmas list is now in full swing following a couple of additions last week and a couple more this week.

The big new title this week is the new romantic comedy movie starring Justin Hartley and Barrett Does. It is about a novelist who returns home for Christmas to clean out his childhood home, but while there he encounters a scheming young woman looking for his biological mother.

The movie comes from director Charles Shyer, who is behind some great rom-coms of the last few decades, including alfie, Father of the Bridge, and a fan favourite, The parent trap.

south paw (2014)

Coming to Netflix: Friday

Several major licensed movies are coming to Netflix throughout the week and the one that ranks high on our list is South Paw, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

Comes from Sons of Anarchy writer Kurt Sutter (who also has a Netflix project called The Abandonments in the works) and is about world junior middleweight boxing champion Billy «The Great» Hope. He tells the story of him as he struggles to become a contender again and win back his loved ones after an incident that caused him to lose everything.

Full list of new releases coming to Netflix this week

Arrives on Netflix on November 21

  • My Little Pony: Winter Wishday (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • StoryBots: Response Time (Season 1) Netflix Original

Arrives on Netflix on November 22

  • LEGO: City Adventures (Season 4)
  • Our Universe (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Trevor Noah: I Wish You Would (2022) Netflix Original

Arrives on Netflix on November 23

  • Blood, Sex and Royalty (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Christmas at the Mistletoe Farm (2022) Netflix Original
  • Lesson Plan (2022) Netflix Original
  • Taco Chronicles: Cross the Border (2022) Netflix Original
  • The Box Trolls (2014)
  • The Swimmers (2022) Netflix Original
  • The Intact Voice (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • time for two
  • Wednesday (2022) Netflix Original
  • who is a good boy? (2022)Netflix-Original

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 24

  • First Love (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Lefty (2015)
  • The Last Dolphin King (2022) Netflix Original
  • Noel’s Diary (2022) Netflix Original
  • The Disappearance (2018)
  • The Temptation of Tyler Perry: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor (2013)

What’s Coming to Netflix on November 25

  • Blood and Water (Season 3) Netflix Original
  • Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich (2022) Netflix Original
  • Khakee: The Bihar Chapter (Season 1) Netflix Original

You can keep track of all the new releases on Netflix this week through our What’s New on Netflix hub.

What are you going to watch on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments.