Biggest Movies on US Streaming Services in November 2023

There are some great movies coming to US streaming services this month, including David Fincher’s The Killer on Netflix, family movie The Naughty Nine on Disney+, and the (hopefully) hilarious new comedy Quiz Lady on Hulu.

Below is a rundown of all the biggest movie releases that are available to stream this November.

Let us know which movies you will be watching in the comments below.


Nyad (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Netflix

In this inspirational true-life drama, Annette Bening takes on the role of Diane Nyad, the athlete who, at the age of 60, set out to achieve her lifelong dream: to swim the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.


Quiz Lady (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Hulu

Awkwafina, Holland Taylor, and Will Ferrell star in this promising new comedy about a game-show-obsessed woman who sets off on a cross country journey with her chaotic sister to get the money they need to pay off their mother’s gambling debts. 


Insidious: The Red Door (2023)

Release Date: November 4

Where To Watch: Netflix

It’s a surprise this latest installment in the Insidious franchise wasn’t made available on Netflix in time for Halloween! Still, if you have yet to see this sequel and you’re a fan of these movies, you now have the opportunity to find out what new horrors await the Lambert family.  


Fool’s Paradise (2023)

Release Date: November 10

Where To Watch: Hulu

Charlie Day’s directorial debut didn’t strike a chord with many critics but fans of the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star might appreciate it more than most. Ken Jeong, Kate Beckinsale, and Day himself star in this comedy about a down-on-his-luck publicist who gets his lucky break when he discovers a recently released mental patient who looks just like the temperamental method actor who is refusing to leave his trailer. 


The Killer (2023)

Release Date: November 10

Where To Watch: Netflix

In David Fincher’s new thriller, Michael Fassbender stars as a cold and methodical assassin who starts to think he is losing his mind while waiting for his next target.


Best. Christmas. Ever! (2023)

Release Date: November 16

Where To Watch: Netflix

Heather Graham, Jason Biggs, and Brandy Norwood star in this festive movie about a woman’s attempts to prove her boastful friend’s life isn’t as perfect as she makes it out to be in her holiday newsletters. 


Dashing Through the Snow (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Disney+

Teyonah Parris, Ludacris, Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Lil Rel Howery star in this early festive treat about a girl and her Christmas-hating father who meet a man who helps them understand the joy and magic of the festive season.


Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Peacock

In this new comedy movie, three childhood friends turned deadbeat co-workers set off to find a priceless treasure that is rumored to be buried in a nearby mountain. 


Rustin (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Netflix

Colman Domingo gives a powerful performance as gay civil rights activist Bernard Rustin in this rousing true-life drama. 


Leo (2023)

Release Date: November 21

Where To Watch: Netflix

Adam Sandler writes and voice acts in this animated movie about a 74-year-old lizard named Leo who decides to escape from the Florida classroom that he has been living in for decades. 


Good Burger 2 (2023)

Release Date: November 22

Where To Watch: Paramount+

The first Good Burger movie can in no way be considered a comedy classic but it has picked up a cult following over the years. That movie’s stars Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson reunite for this second serving of silly humor in which Dexter and Ed wind up working together at the titular fast food joint after many years. 


Evil Dead Rise (2023)

Release Date: November 23

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

This recent installment in the Evil Dead franchise doesn’t take place in a cabin in the woods. This time around, the setting is an apartment building where all hell breaks loose (quite literally), when the flesh-possessing demons known as the Deadites are unleashed back into our world.


The Naughty Nine (2023)

Release Date: November 23

Where To Watch: Disney+

Have your kids been misbehaving? If so, you might want to sit them down in front of this festive film about a group of young people who have been put on Santa’s naughty list. Here’s hoping the characters in this movie (and your own younglings) learn the error of their ways!


Family Switch (2023)

Release Date: November 30

Where To Watch: Netflix

Body switch comedies used to be all the rage back in the 80s and 90s but they seemed to go out of fashion…until now! Jennifer Garner and Emma Myers are the mom and daughter who switch bodies in this new comedy movie. 


Which movies are you most looking forward to in November? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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