Most Anticipated Series Coming In November 2023, According To Rotten Tomatoes
What will people buzz about in the coming weeks?
As usual, time flies and we are already wrapping up the first week of November. To help ease the fall blues, the final month of fall brings many highly anticipated premieres, such as Netflix's Blue Eye Samurai and Paramount+'s Lawmen: Bass Reeves.
But these are not what the Internet will be buzzing about in the coming weeks, if Rotten Tomatoes users are to be believed. The platform conducted polls on its social media accounts to find out which TV and streaming shows premiering in November its followers are most excited about.
Here's what to keep an eye on.
5. Thursday, November 16: The Crown (Season 6)
Naturally, the final season of Netflix's flagship series is grabbing viewers' attention. The historical drama follows the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II, and the sixth installment promises to be action-packed and eventful.
Tony Blair's premiership, Diana's tragic accident that took her life, followed by the deaths of Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother, two royal weddings, the beginning of Prince William and Kate Middleton's relationship - it all makes for compelling viewing.
Season 6 is split into two parts, with the second premiering on Netflix on December 14.
4. Tuesday, November 21: Fargo (Season 5)
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It's been a long time since we last visited the black comedy crime universe created by Noah Hawley. The new season, starring Juno Temple and Jon Hamm as a housewife harboring dark secrets and a sheriff investigating her, will pick up the fan-favorite themes of mysterious crimes and twisted human nature, set in a contemporary western-style narrative.
The first two episodes will land on FX on November 21, with eight more to follow each Tuesday. Each episode will start streaming on Hulu the day after its broadcast debut.
3. Friday, November 17: Scott Pilgrim Takes Off
The creator of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels, Bryan Lee O'Malley, has teamed up with BenDavid Grabinski to create this new anime series.
The hype surrounding the new adaptation of the story of a part-time musician who gains superhuman powers to be with a girl is based in part on the fact that the characters are voiced by the stars of the 2010 romcom Scott Pilgrim vs. the World loved by many viewers
2. Friday, November 17: Monarch: Legacy of Monsters
The new installment of the MonsterVerse franchise starring Kurt and Wyatt Russell as one character? Yes, please. The sixth entry in the franchise will explore the world of Godzilla, MUTOs and other monsters through the lens of the past and present of the secretive organization Monarch.
The series begins with the release of two episodes, followed by eight episodes each week through January 12.
1. Friday, November 3: Invincible (Season 2)
The most anticipated show among Rotten Tomatoes users is the second installment of Invincible, the animated superhero show about a teenager whose life has never been ordinary. He is the son of the powerful superhero Omni-Man and is developing superhuman abilities of his own.
Season 2 is set to delve deeper into the father-son relationship and reveal some dark truths about Omni-Man. The season will be split into two parts, with the first four episodes premiering on November 3 and the remaining four landing on Prime Video in early 2024.
Source: Rotten Tomatoes.