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Castle, Cuba, and Capitalism: 7 Picks From Netflix PH’s November Lineup
We sort through Netflix Philippines’ new offerings this month.
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We’re barely even through the daze from our Stranger Things 2 binge and already Netflix is throwing in some new shows and movies to keep us planted on the couch. There are over 30 new premieres on Netflix this November—more than enough to find something worth watching. Here are the seven titles that we’re most excited for, and when to catch them:

The Punisher
November 17
A former Marine out to punish the criminals responsible for his family's murder finds himself ensnared in a military conspiracy.
We’re looking forward to: Seeing Jon Bernthal live up to the popular opinion that he’s the best Frank Castle casting decision so far.

Mudbound
November 17
In racially divided post-World War II Mississippi, two men—one black and one white—forge a friendship based on their shared war experiences.
We’re looking forward to: What may well become Netflix’s first Oscars contender. And Carey Mulligan!

Shot In The Dark
November 17
Three rival freelance stringers scour the streets at night to film crime scenes, fires, accidents—and anything else they can sell to news outlets.
We’re looking forward to: Nightcrawler in series form.



Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond
November 17
Through footage from the set of "Man on the Moon" and a present-day interview, Jim Carrey ruminates on life, identity and becoming Andy Kaufman.
We’re looking forward to: Forgiving Jim Carrey for Batman Forever.

Saving Capitalism
November 21
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich shares his thoughts on capitalism and income inequality while speaking with Americans from all walks of life.
We’re looking forward to: A timely reiteration of everything we learned from Inequality For All

Godless
November 22
Frank Griffin's gang terrorizes the West as they hunt Roy Goode. The chase leads to the quiet town of La Belle, made up entirely of women.
We’re looking forward to: Gunslinging action, the cast of Newsroom, that weird kid from Game of Thrones, and filling the Westworld void.

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Cuba And The Cameraman
November 24
This revealing portrait of Cuba follows the lives of Fidel Castro and three Cuban families affected by his policies over the last four decades.

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