The Final Table
Available 20th November
It’s the culinary battle you don’t want to miss. This new series features the world’s most talented chefs as they compete for a spot at the elite, Final Table. Twelve teams of two begin by cooking the national dishes of a range of countries and with each episode focusing on a different cuisine, the stakes are higher than ever. Which culinary icon will come out on top?
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
A year after Amber helped Richard secure the crown, the two are set to tie the knot in a royal Christmas wedding - but their plans are jeopardized when Amber finds herself second-guessing whether or not she's cut out to be queen, and Richard is faced with a political crisis that threatens to tarnish not only the holiday season, but the future of the kingdom.
House of Cards: Season 6
It’s been almost a year and a half since the season five release, but now the sixth and final instalment of the political drama is here. Golden Globe winner and Emmy Award nominee Robin Wright returns as the new President of the United States and has promised the ending will shock beyond belief.
Available from November 16th
The first three seasons explored the cocaine war in Colombia, following the rise of the notorious Pablo Escobar. Now, we are taken back to the very roots of modern drug war as this new series delves into the origins of Mexico's Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s. What will happen when DEA agent Kiki Camarena becomes entangled in the dangerous trade?
Available from November 9th
Based on a true but untold story, this ambitious Netflix original film revolves around Robert the Bruce; the underdog hero who transforms from defeated nobleman to outlaw champion during the oppressive occupation of medieval Scotland by Edward I of England. The movie reunites director David Mackenzie with the hugely talented Chris Pine.
The Sinner: Season Two
Available from 9th November
Every bit as dark and gripping as the first series, The Sinner returns for viewers to binge-watch this November. This time around, the story focusses on Ambrose (Bill Pullman) as he returns to his hometown to aid an old friend’s detective daughter in investigating the chilling murder of parents by their 11-year-old son…
Available from 16th November
This one’s sure to pull at the heartstrings. Celebrating the indescribable bond between humans and their four-legged friends, this documentary follows six emotional stories from all over the world, including Syria, Japan, Costa Rica, Italy and America.
Making A Murderer Part Two
The highly anticipated true crime documentary series is back for a second series after the global phenomenon gripped audiences in 2015. The story of Steven Avery, Brendan Dassey and the murder of Teresa Halbach continues to unfold and this time around Attorney Kathleen Zellner is determined to overturn the conviction.
The Haunting of Hill House
Halloween is fast approaching, so get yourself in the spooky spirit with this spine-tingling new horror series. The Haunting of Hill House is a modern reimagining of Shirley Jackson’s well-known novel, about five siblings who grew up in an infamous haunted house. When they reunite as adults after a tragic incident, the family are forced to revisit their traumatic past. Are you brave enough to find out what’s lurking in Hill House?
This period horror film sees prodigal son Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) return home to London, only to discover his sister has been has been kidnapped by a murderous religious cult. Determined to save his sibling, Thomas sets out to infiltrate the cult’s strange community. However, the truth he uncovers is far more sinister than he could have imagined…
Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father Season 2
Last time we left the boys, Jack had finally experienced the gap year he’d always wanted on a hilarious father-son trip around South-East Asia. It’s time for round two now, as the pair set off on their next tour across Europe. However, this year Michael will be in charge of the itinerary and he’ll be trading in the boozy antics for a more cultured approach. Whether Jack will play by the rules though is another story…
Bridget Jones’s Baby
With British treasure Emma Thompson joining the cast, the third instalment in the comedy film series finds Bridget fortysomething and single again. Having broken up Mark Darcy (Colin Firth), she decides to focus on her work and friends – but her new romance with dashing yank Jack Dempsey throws her back in turmoil when she finds herself unexpectedly expecting. But which out of these two strapping gents is the father?
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill star in this new dark dramedy as two strangers, Annie Landsberg and Owen Milgrim, who partake in the late stages of a mysterious pharmaceutical trial. Neither of their lives have turned out quite right with Owen struggling with a disputed diagnosis of schizophrenia, and Annie’s turbulent relationships with her mother and sister. Will the drug trial fix all their problems, or will it make things worse?
Get acquainted with the first season of this murky crime drama starring Jason Bateman before new episodes air next Friday. When financial advisor Marty Byrde gets in trouble with a dangerous drug cartel he secretly relocates his family to Missouri, but they soon become entangled with the local criminals. If you love Breaking Bad, then this is one for you.
Better Call Saul Season 4
The sneakiest solicitor in town is back for a new season, and if we’re to believe its creator Vince Gilligan, it’s only going to get darker from here on in (not surprising as the story draws nearer to closing the loop with the start of its legendary predecessor Breaking Bad). Expect fresh and familiar faces, explosive action and plenty of schmooz from a certain Mr. Goodman.
Brought to you from the brilliant mind Matt Groening, this fantasy-themed animation follows the medieval misadventures of a hard-drinking princess called Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo, and her personal demon Luci. The oddball trio will encounter many mythical creatures from ogres to imps and trolls as they embark on their journey. See if you can spot the Game of Thrones and Futurama parallels…