Movies and Shows coming to Sky/Now TV in November 2023

Renfield, Beau Is Afraid, and Magic Mike’s Last Dance are among the big movies premiering on Sky Cinema and Now TV this month, details of which can be found in our streaming preview. Also streaming this month is the second season of Sky’s time-bending sci-fi thriller, The Lazarus Project. 

Check out our highlights below and then keep scrolling to check out the other titles being released on Sky/Now TV in November.

Please note: To the best of our knowledge, this list is correct at the time of writing but the Sky/Now TV schedule may be subject to change. We will update this article over the next few days when more information is known.

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Magic Mike’s Last Dance (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Channing Tatum bumps and grinds once more in this third (and presumably final) movie featuring the big-hearted male stripper.


” “Magic” Mike Lane (Tatum) takes to the stage again after a lengthy hiatus, following a business deal that went bust, leaving him broke and taking bartender gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurrah, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Hayek Pinault) who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse…and an agenda all her own. With everything on the line, once Mike discovers what she truly has in mind, will he and the roster of hot new dancers he’ll have to whip into shape able to pull it off?” (source)

The Lazarus Project – Season 2 (Sky Max)

Release Date: November 15

“The world will keep being destroyed for, in theory, infinity.” So says one character in the trailer for the second season of this twisty-turny time travel thriller. Let’s hope this show is purely fiction!


“When the world locks into a never-ending time loop that will ultimately end with the planet’s complete extinction, the Lazarus team must race against time to find a solution before humanity is wiped out forever. Among their number is resolute Lazarus agent, George (Paapa Essiedu), who’s been left in disgrace after betraying the organisation in the name of love.

“George is determined to redeem himself and win back the trust of his friends, colleagues, and the love of his life. But when he discovers that the cause he’s fighting is more sinister than it appears, George begins to suspect that the only person he can really trust is himself.” (source)

Renfield (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Nicholas Hoult stars as Renfield, Dracula’s long-suffering henchman, in this spooky comedy that was a recent hit with audiences. Nicolas Cage stars as the preening Prince of Darkness who isn’t ready to let go of his formerly loyal servant.


“In this modern monster tale of Dracula’s loyal servant, Renfield, the tortured aide to history’s most narcissistic boss is forced to procure his master’s prey and do his every bidding, no matter how debased. But now, after centuries of servitude, Renfield is ready to see if there’s a life outside the shadow of The Prince of Darkness. If only he can figure out how to end his codependency.” (source)

Violent Night (2022)

Release Date: November 24

We hope you’re not on Santa’s naughty list because if this movie is anything to go by, you might be in big trouble if you rile up the red-suited one over the Christmas season! David Harbour stars in this fun (but very bloody) comedy thriller from Dead Snow director Tommy Wirkola. 


“When a team of mercenaries breaks into a wealthy family compound on Christmas Eve, taking everyone inside hostage, the team isn’t prepared for a surprise combatant: Santa Claus is on the grounds, and he’s about to show why this Nick is no saint.” (source)

Beau Is Afraid (2023)

Release Date: November 25

Ari Aster’s latest movie confounded critics and audiences at the time of its release. Some hailed it a surrealist masterpiece while others criticized the confusing nature of the moment-to-moment loopiness. Have you seen the movie? If so, let us know your thoughts on it in the comments below.


“Following the sudden death of his mother, a mild-mannered but anxiety-ridden man confronts his darkest fears as he embarks on an epic, Kafkaesque odyssey back home.” (source)

Love Again (2023)

Release Date: November 26

What if a random text message led you to the love of your life? That’s the premise of this romantic comedy-drama starring Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Sam Heughan.


“A young woman tries to ease the pain of her fiancé’s death by sending romantic texts to his old cell phone number, and forms a connection with the man the number has been reassigned to.” (source)

Notable Additions

November 4

 Section 8 (2022)

Ryan Kwanten and Dolph Lundgren star in this action thriller about a former soldier who is recruited by a shadowy government agency.

November 5

The Last Rifleman (2023)

Pierce Brosnan stars as a WWII veteran who breaks out of his care home to embark on a journey to France to attend the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. 

November 10

Big George Foreman (2023)

The remarkable true story of George Foreman, the oldest world heavyweight boxing champion.

November 11

She Came To Me (2023)

Comedy drama about a composer (Peter Dinklage) who rediscovers his passion after a one-night stand.

November 12

Palm Trees and Power Lines (2022)

Powerful drama about a teenage girl who enters into a relationship with a man twice her age. 

November 18

Little Dixie (2023)

Frank Grillo stars as an ex-Special Forces Operative who has to take down a drug cartel in order to protect his family. 

November 25

Intrusion: Stasi FC (Sky Documentaries)

A gripping documentary telling the story of how, in the late 70s, the Stasi tried to subvert the last remaining oasis of free speech – football – in East Germany.

Also Streaming…

November 12

Six Silent Killings: Ireland’s Vanishing Triangle

November 19

The 12 Days of Christmas Eve (2022)


Evil Genius with Russell Kane

Greatest Guitar Riffs


Tell Them You Love Me 

The Murder of Lyn Dawson: The Teacher, The Groomer, The Killer

What will you be watching on Sky and Now TV this month? Let us know in the comments below. 


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