Oct 22, 2020 03:00 PM EDT By Annie Dee

Netflix USA: 4 Most Anticipated Films and Series This November

After the scare season, Netflix USA will be dropping a lot more movies and series that subscribers should not miss.

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  • Dawson's Creek

    Every season of this infamous teenage show is coming to Netflix USA, and we cannot wait to delve right into it. Plus, a lot of Netflix users right now haven’t had the privilege of watching this OG show. So if you are part of that group, you are in for a treat.

    The teen drama series is the one that propelled Katie Holmes to fame, FYI.

    This show focuses on a group of friends in high school as they deal with all sorts of issues that teenage people deal with. What makes this show different from the teen dramas now, of course, is the lack of damning technologies and social media, but they still encounter the same drama.

    Netflix confirmed the news on their Twitter account just recently, on October 19, and it certainly got us excited. The only thing that got us scratching our heads is that it would not be using the original theme song by Paula Cole, "I Don’t Want to Wait." Even non-Dawson Creek watchers should have heard this somewhere! It’s iconic.

    “Dawson’s Creek— ne of television’s most beloved coming-of-age stories—is coming to Netflix in The US on November 1 …and before you ask, the episodes won’t have the original theme song (sorry).”

    While we are one of the fans that got a bit angsty about that news, we still cannot wait for November 1.
  • Carmel

    After the success of many crime shows and crime documentaries on Netflix, to say that we are hooked is an understatement. We do not like we are seeing, but we cannot stop watching them, that's for sure.

    Here's another crime documentary that is likely to have people hooked this November 5. It's in Spanish, but that's the beauty of Netflix anyway, having access to so many foreign shows.

    Netflix announced the premiere of "Carmel: Who killed María Marta?"--an original Argentine documentary series about one of the most media-covered crimes of recent years in the country--in early October and since then, many people's interest has been piqued.

    On October 27, 2002, María Marta García Belsunce, a sociologist that belongs to the country's upper class, was found dead in the bathtub of her own house. What's shocking about the case is that the house is located in a gated community in the Buenos Aires of Pilar. The people who would have had access to her in order for the crime to be committed should have been limited, and yet, it was so hard to pinpoint.

    It will be an eight-part documentary series that will show the exhaustive investigation done on the case just to come at the conclusion of who Carmel's murderer is. The details of the crime are still being talked about so much in the country up to today.
  • Undercover Season 2

    This is another International offering that we are quite excited about to be part of Netflix USA. After all, "Undercover" Season 1 was quite an eyeful.

    Now, Season 2 will be covering events that transpired six months after the end of Season 1. If you have not watched the first installment, then you should do that now.
  • America's Next Top Model Season 19 and 20

    We are sure cycles 1-18 of America's Next Top Model are not part of Netflix USA, so we are quite shocked to see Season 19 and 20 coming in November.

    The series is one of the successful pioneers of reality competition shows and is one of the most watched. It has undergone so much drama, causing it to be updated not more than once. Tyra Banks is an exclusive producer of the show, although for the first seasons, she was part of the roster of judges.
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