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You might have already burned through season two of “Stranger Things, ” but there’s still plenty to watch on Netflix in November. 

Netflix has 15 brand-new original shows, documentaries, stand-up comedy specials, and films arriving in November, just in time for you to have a good excuse to avoid your family on Thanksgiving weekend. 

From another adaptation of a Margaret Atwood novel, to a documentary starring Jim Carrey, and a female dominated western from Steven Soderbergh, these are all the Netflix originals coming to your way this November.

Here are all the Netflix originals to watch this month:

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“Alias Grace,” Season 1 — available November 3

Netflix description: The story follows Grace Marks (Sarah Gadon), a poor, young Irish immigrant and domestic servant in Upper Canada who, along with stable hand James McDermott (Kerr Logan), was convicted of the brutal murders of their employer, Thomas Kinnear, and his housekeeper, Nancy Montgomery (Anna Paquin), in 1843. 

“Project Mc2,” Season 1 — available November 7

Netflix description: Project Mc2 follows four super smart and science-skilled girls as they are recruited to join the spy organization, NOV8 (“Innovate”), working together to save the day and prove that Smart is the New Cool™.

 

“Glitter Force Doki Doki,” Season 2 — available November 10

Netflix description: When the magical kingdom of Jubiland is invaded by an evil emperor and his band of fairytale villains, a tiny pixie named Candy recruits five preteen girls to form the powerful team of the Glitter Force to help defend Earth from becoming the next target. These fabulous friends transform from ordinary school girls into super powered cool girls. Defending the Earth from fairytale villains isn’t an easy job, but the Glitter Force proves that nothing is more powerful than friendship.

 

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