There’s much to watch this November starting with HBO Max series, The Flight Attendant (No. 1). When a flight attendant (Kaley Cuoco) wakes up in her hotel room lying next to a dead body with no memory of what happened, she tries to carry on as usual … until the FBI starts asking questions. The Flight Attendant lands on November 26th.
The mysteries continue with ABC’s Big Sky (No. 2) on the 17th. Private detectives team up with an ex-cop in search of two kidnapped sisters in Montana, but they soon discover that this case includes a string of disappearances. The team must then try to crack the case before another woman goes missing.
FX drama A Teacher earns the No. 3 position. The miniseries explores the story behind a female high school teacher caught in an affair with her male student, and the problems and consequences their relationship creates. A Teacher arrives on November 10th.
Lastly, HBO has more to offer with Industry (No. 4) and HBO Europe’s 30 Coins (No. 5). British drama Industry follows a group of young graduates competing for a limited set of positions at a top investment bank in London. The series will debut on both HBO in the United States and BBC Two in the United Kingdom on Monday, November 9th. Meanwhile, November 29th brings mystery thriller 30 Coins, which follows an exiled priest trying to escape his demons in a remote village in Spain. *30 Coins will debut in the U.S. in 2021 on HBO Max.
ABC kicks off our returning series with medical dramas! Grey’s Anatomy (No. 1) returns for its 17th season on November 12th with the doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital pivoting to take on COVID-19 in addition to the interpersonal drama fans love. Meanwhile, The Good Doctor (No. 3) also plans to tackle the current pandemic. For Season 4’s first two episodes, the series will cover the coronavirus, then pick up on storylines from the previous season.
Next, a new chapter of The Crown (No. 2) arrives on the 15th. Beginning in 1979 and ending around 1990, Season 4 covers the Queen’s relationship with new Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer (including their “fairytale wedding”), and the divisions that arise between the Royal family. Netflix brings another November returning series with Season 2 of Virgin River (No. 4). Although little has been revealed about the upcoming season, the romance drama will pick up right from Season 1’s dramatic cliffhanger – Mel wanting to leave town after Jack confessed his feelings towards her.
Finally, His Dark Materials (No. 5) rounds out our returning category. The second season will depict the events from Pullman’s sequel book, The Subtle Knife. Following the death of Lyra’s best friend at the hands of her father, she follows Asriel into the unknown where she meets a boy who is also running from a troubled past. The series returns to BBC One on November 8th, and HBO in the U.S. on November 16th.
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