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What’s Coming to Netflix Canada in November 2019

What’s Coming to Netflix Canada in November 2019

By Simon Hung

There are only two months remaining in 2019 and the two biggest sales of the year are fast-approaching, so fire up Netflix to pass the time while you wait.

Over 100 new titles are coming to Netflix Canada this month, including several holiday movies ahead of Christmas, but the biggest elephant(s) in the room aren't about Netflix at all, as Apple TV+ and Disney+ are set to launch in Canada on November 1 and 12 (respectively), adding two more streaming options to a landscape once solely dominated by Netflix.

Here's what's streaming on Netflix Canada in November, along with this month's RFD Staff Pick.

November 1

  • A Christmas Special: Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir
  • American Son (Netflix Television Event)
  • Apache Warrior
  • Atypical, Season 3 (Netflix Original)
  • Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Go Team Roberts, Season 1
  • Christmas Break-In
  • Christmas with a View
  • Cleo & Cuquin, Season 1
  • Drive (Netflix Film)
  • Ferdinand
  • Fire in Paradise (Netflix Documentary)
  • Hache (Netflix Original)
  • Hello Ninja (Netflix Family)
  • Holiday in the Wild (Netflix Film)
  • Holiday Joy
  • Lawrence of Arabia: Restored Version
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Seasons 1-2
  • Murder on the Orient Express
  • Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! (Netflix Original)
  • Santa Girl
  • Spitfire: The Plane that Saved the World
  • The Christmas Trap
  • The King (Netflix Film)
  • The Man Without Gravity (Netflix Film)
  • The Public
  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • We Are the Wave (Netflix Original)
  • Zero Dark Thirty

November 4

  • A Christmas Crush
  • A Holiday Engagement
  • Dear Santa
  • The Devil Next Door (Netflix Documentary)

November 5

  • Giants of Africa
  • Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby (Netflix Original)
  • She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Season 4 (Netflix Original)
  • The End of the F***ing World, Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Tune in for Love (Netflix Film)

November 6

  • Burning Cane
  • Erin Brockovich
  • Honey
  • Patch Adams
  • SCAMS (Netflix Original)
  • Shadow
  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

November 8

  • Busted!, Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Green Eggs and Ham (Netflix Original)
  • Let It Snow (Netflix Original)
  • Paradise Beach (Netflix Film)
  • Wild District, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

November 9

  • Little Things, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

November 10

  • Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, Volume 5 (Netflix Original)

November 11

  • Chief of Staff, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

November 12

  • Harvey Girls Forever!, Season 3 (Netflix Family)
  • Jeff Garlin: Our Man in Chicago (Netflix Original)

November 13

  • Maradona in Mexico (Netflix Documentary)

November 14

  • The Stranded (Netflix Original)

November 15

  • Avlu, Part 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Earthquake Bird (Netflix Original)
  • Go!: The Unforgettable Party (Netflix Family)
  • House Arrest (Netflix Film)
  • I’m with the Band: Nasty Cherry (Netflix Original)
  • Klaus (Netflix Film)
  • Llama Llama, Season 2 (Netflix Family)
  • Paw Patrol: Ready, Race, Rescue
  • The Club (Netflix Original)
  • The Fanatic
  • The Toys That Made Us, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

November 17

  • The Crown, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

November 19

  • Iliza: Unveiled (Netflix Original)
  • No hay tiempo para la verguenza (Netflix Documentary)

November 20

  • Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator (Netflix Original)
  • Dream/Killer
  • Lorena, la de pies ligeros (Netflix Documentary)

November 21

  • Mortel (Netflix Original)
  • The Knight Before Christmas (Netflix Film)

November 22

  • Dino Girl Gauko (Netflix Family)
  • Dolly Parton’s Heartstring (Netflix Original)
  • High Seas, Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Mon Frère (Netflix Film)
  • Nailed It! Holiday!, Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Narcoworld: Dope Stories (Netflix Original)
  • Nobody’s Looking (Netflix Original)
  • Singapore Social (Netflix Original)
  • The Dragon Prince, Season 3 (Netflix Family)
  • Trolls: The Beat Goes On!, Season 8 (Netflix Family)

November 23

  • Frontier, Season 3

November 24

  • Final Space, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

November 25

  • Florence Foster Jenkins

November 26

  • Mike Birbiglia: The New One (Netflix Original)
  • Super Monsters Save Christmas (Netflix Family)

November 27

  • Broken (Netflix Documentary)
  • The Irishman (Netflix Film)

November 28

  • Holiday Rush (Netflix Film)
  • John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin for That (Netflix Original)
  • Merry Happy Whatever (Netflix Original)
  • Mytheo (Netflix Original)

November 29

  • Atlantics (Netflix Film)
  • I Lost My Body (Netflix Film)
  • Masterminds
  • Sugar Rush Christmas (Netflix Original)
  • The Movies That Made Us (Netflix Original)

RFD Staff Pick -- The Irishman

Robert De Niro stars in The Irishman, streaming on Netflix November 27.

Robert De Niro and Al Pacino star in The Irishman, Martin Scorsese's long-awaited crime drama that tells the story of mob hitman Frank Sheeran and his involvement in the mysterious disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa in the 1970s. The film has received widespread acclaim after originally screening at the 2019 New York Film Festival and comes to Netflix November 27.

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Source: Netflix via MobileSyrup

39 Comments

    • I haven't seen Joe in a long long time, and all of the mentioned actors are in my top list.
      Maybe previous directors who have brought some of them together haven't taken advantage of the power these guys bring to the silver screen.
      I'm sure Scorsese won't let us down.
      Would love to see that movie.
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    • I haven't seen Joe in a long long time, and all of the mentioned actors are in my top list.
      Maybe previous directors who have brought some of them together haven't taken advantage of the power these guys bring to the silver screen.
      I'm sure Scorsese won't let us down.
      Would love to see that movie.
      Joe Pesci retired a while back. Martin Scorscese had to convince him to return to acting for this movie.
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    • This looks really good. Can't wait to see this. Too bad no Jack in it. Would have been awesome to get all those stars in it.
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    • Didn't see this on the TIFF schedule, so no theatrical release for Canada (or at least Toronto) I guess. I think this is going to set records for being Scorsese's highest budgeted film and for earning the least at the box office. (I realize Netflix doesn't give a shite about box office or cinephiles who still enjoy the theatrical experience, but I'm old school and think it's a crime that a major Scorsese film isn't getting a proper theatrical release.)
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    • Didn't see this on the TIFF schedule, so no theatrical release for Canada (or at least Toronto) I guess. I think this is going to set records for being Scorsese's highest budgeted film and for earning the least at the box office. (I realize Netflix doesn't give a shite about box office or cinephiles who still enjoy the theatrical experience, but I'm old school and think it's a crime that a major Scorsese film isn't getting a proper theatrical release.)
      It'll get a limited release, like Roma last year. Wouldn't be surprised if the Lightbox gets to show it.
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    • The Kingsway's screen looks tiny.
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    • The length of the movie is too long for me to watch it in theaters, especially if there is no intermission.

      I will watch it on Netflix when it releases Nov 27th
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    • The length of the movie is too long for me to watch it in theaters, especially if there is no intermission.

      I will watch it on Netflix when it releases Nov 27th
      Agreed.
      I feel that it could have also been divided as a limited mini-series. Perhaps Netflix is just trying to recoup the HUGE anti-aging budget that ILM charged?
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    • The Kingsway's screen looks tiny.
      What's funny is the Kingsway is one of four theatres in Toronto still capable of playing 70mm movies. It's just wrong to have small screens for 70mm films. Here is the list of theatres that can still show 70mm here.

      1. Kingsway (small screen)

      2. TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 1 (small screen)

      3. Varsity Cinema 8 (medium screen)

      4. Cinesphere (hugh screen)

      Both Cineplex in Vaughan and Mississauga can show 70mm IMAX, but they are not in Toronto. in the summer of 2020, these theatres will be great demand again when Christopher Nolan's new movie "Tenet" comes out in 70mm IMAX.
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    • I watched Irishman yesterday morning at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.

      The movie is a book adaptation. The characters well developed, and the majority of the action took place in the 1950s. The movie was very straight forward. It did not look like a movie that cost $160 million to make. It was good and held my attention for the 3.5 hours, but I will not be watching it again.
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    • I watched Irishman yesterday morning at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
      Just curious which auditorium was it playing in? At the Lightbox, I will only see movies in Cinema 1 or 2. The other rooms the picture and sound quality are crap in comparison.
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    • It did not look like a movie that cost $160 million to make.
      Huge amount of the budget went to ILM for the de-aging tech (+ under Scorsese's high-standards of the process).
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    • Just curious which auditorium was it playing in? At the Lightbox, I will only see movies in Cinema 1 or 2. The other rooms the picture and sound quality are crap in comparison.
      was in 1, sold out screening when i went.
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    • @Mr_Fanta
      Just curious which auditorium was it playing in? At the Lightbox, I will only see movies in Cinema 1 or 2. The other rooms the picture and sound quality are crap in comparison.
      was in 1, sold out screening when i went.
      I went to TIFF Lightbox for the 3:50PM screening yesterday, we were in Cinema 2. Pretty busy, I'd say about 1/2 full. Mercifully nobody touched their phones once the movie began, so refreshing.
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    • is it good like casino and goodfellas?
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    • is it good like casino and goodfellas?
      Oh hell yeah! Ending is a little depressing though.
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    • Oh hell yeah! Ending is a little depressing though.
      was he buried under Giants Stadium?
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    • Didn't Mythbusters do an episode where they debunk that theory of Hoffa being buried under the stadium?
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    • Theatre nearby gets movies right after they finish playing in regular theatres. They have The Irishman for only $2 (Tuesday deal), surprising. Theatre has an average size screen but I think they play only digital versions of movies and their projector system is mediocre. I find most movies look better on my TV.

      Will definitely be watching this movie on Netflix.
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    • 3:02 AM Toronto time and it is finally released! 😃 Looks like Netflix release time is 12:01AM PST according to my Google research!
      So will be on torrents by 3:30 am lol
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    • lol, no need for torrents. I got Netflix at turkey prices like 4 bucks and change a month. 😎
      For $6.25 per month I can have any movie, tv series and music I could want. Not limited or tied to one service. 😉
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    • In for 3 hours of old men yelling at clouds. Awesome old men.
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    • Good movie and a good history lesson. It's scary when you think about the amount of power organized crime had in the US back in the 50s and 60s that they could help elect a president and then murder him as well as the president of the biggest labor union in the country and conspire with the CIA to try to remove Castro from power in Cuba.
      Not sure if serious. Good history lesson? Forget about Pacino/Hoffa's last scene, the mob assassinating JFK is historically accurate?
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    • Movie of the year for me. Almost like I teleported back in time and re-watched Goodfellas and Casino for the first time.

      Pesci and Pacino absolutely killed it. Gotta be some Oscar nominations in the works.

      My only small complaint - de-aging did not work that well in the beginning. They looked mid-50 when they were supposed to look 20-30. Also Frank and Jimmy were both Irish in real life. Movie made them too Italian but it's no big deal.

      SPOILER:

      Didn't understand why they made Frank kill Jimmy. It looked like Frank finally came to grips accepting that Jimmy will die, then they go and do a switch last minute making him kill Jimmy himself.
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      Movie of the year for me. Almost like I teleported back in time and re-watched Goodfellas and Casino for the first time.

      Pesci and Pacino absolutely killed it. Gotta be some Oscar nominations in the works.

      My only small complaint - de-aging did not work that well in the beginning. They looked mid-50 when they were supposed to look 20-30. Also Frank and Jimmy were both Irish in real life. Movie made them too Italian but it's no big deal.

      SPOILER:

      Didn't understand why they made Frank kill Jimmy. It looked like Frank finally came to grips accepting that Jimmy will die, then they go and do a switch last minute making him kill Jimmy himself.

      SPOILER

      Didn't Pesci's character say the pwrs that be wanted Frank to go down w Hoffa, but the former arranged this plan so Frank can live? Pretty ingenuous if so, Frank can't take revenge if he ever got the itch cuz he did it.
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      Didn't Pesci's character say the pwrs that be wanted Frank to go down w Hoffa, but the former arranged this plan so Frank can live? Pretty ingenuous if so, Frank can't take revenge if he ever got the itch cuz he did it.
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      I must have missed that. I heard him say after instructing Frank to go to Detroit that "you and your wife will be safe because you're with me". I thought before that, Pesci told him you're not going anywhere, forget it, Hoffa will be dealt with - do not call/stay out of it, then he changed his mind arranging Frank to go to Detroit. I kept thinking why he did that? What does sending Frank to the meeting accomplish? Really did not see Frank killing Hoffa himself up until they entered that empty house.
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      I must have missed that. I heard him say after instructing Frank to go to Detroit that "you and your wife will be safe because you're with me". I thought before that, Pesci told him you're not going anywhere, forget it, Hoffa will be dealt with - do not call/stay out of it, then he changed his mind arranging Frank to go to Detroit. I kept thinking why he did that? What does sending Frank to the meeting accomplish? Really did not see Frank killing Hoffa himself up until they entered that empty house.
      SPOILER

      You're lucky you didn't know Frank was the killer, I was too curious and wiki'd him lol.

      You're right about the sequence of events, frankly I didn't follow in detail so guessing here but maybe the higher ups changed their plan and wanted Frank gone too and when McGee realized, he thought of this 'way out' for Frank.

      Kinda ironic for Frank, at first he wanted to be there as protection for Hoffa and he ended up being the killer.

      edit:
      this video seems to confirm my guess @7:10
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJ-6hdYGJKs
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    • Good movie and a good history lesson. It's scary when you think about the amount of power organized crime had in the US back in the 50s and 60s that they could help elect a president and then murder him as well as the president of the biggest labor union in the country and conspire with the CIA to try to remove Castro from power in Cuba.
      Just remember, it is fiction/entertainment and not history. While it may be based on fact, there remains much conjecture about some of the "links" highlighted in the movie.

      The Lies of the Irishman
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    • So will be on torrents by 3:30 am lol
      It was available on torrents almost immediately. Hundreds of feeds today!
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    • Saw this last night, it's a masterpiece, the acting, the story, characters, attention to detail, so impressed, haven't watched a 3.5 hour film in a long time but this 1 holds your attention. I'm not sure if this film gets made today without Netflix taking the risk and paying the $150 mill, well all the $ is on the screen, Netflix is finally going to win their coveted best picture Oscar, DeNiro best lead, Scorsese best director and Pesci best supporting actor, Pesci was a revelation in this, so much more grounded than Goodfellas or Casino Pesci, he's key to making it work so well.
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    • SPOILERS

      Just remember, it is fiction/entertainment and not history. While it may be based on fact, there remains much conjecture about some of the "links" highlighted in the movie.

      The Lies of the Irishman
      Bwhahaha, what a good read. I especially liked these lol:
      Frank Sheeran said he killed Jimmy Hoffa.

      He said he killed Joey Gallo, too.

      And he said he did some other really bad things nearly as incredible.

      Most amazingly, Sheeran did all that without ever being arrested, charged, or even suspected of those crimes by any law enforcement agency, even though officials were presumably watching him for most of his adult life. To call him the Forrest Gump of organized crime scarcely does him justice. In all the history of the mafia in America or anywhere else, really, nobody even comes close.
      m telling you, he’s full of shit!” This is a retired contemporary of Sheeran’s, a fellow Irishman from Philadelphia named John Carlyle Berkery, who allegedly headed the city’s Irish mob for 20 years and had many close mafia connections. Berkery is a local legend, one of the few figures of that era still alive, not incarcerated, and in full possession of his wits. “Frank Sheeran never killed a fly,” he says. “The only things he ever killed were countless jugs of red wine. You could tell how drunk he was by the color of his teeth: pink, just started; dark purple, stiff.”
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    • It was a very long move but didn't seem like it was that long because of the storyline. I feel like this movie should have been made 15 years ago.


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      That scene where Frank beats up the store clerk was sad to watch, especially the slow kicks :) way too old to be beating big dudes up.
      It was great to see Artie Bucco's wife
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