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New Amazon Prime Video Shows and Movies: The Best New Movies and Shows on Prime Video in November

Amazon Prime Video still doesn’t add as many new shows and movies as Netflix (no one can keep up with that! ), but it’s been putting more focus on quality than quantity lately. The English, The Peripheral, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power are all good shows, and Prime Video hopes that two movies coming out in the second half of November will keep this trend going.

The People We Hate at the Wedding is the next comedy. Kristen Bell, Allison Janney, and Ben Pratt all play people at a wedding that you would hate. Goodnight Oppy, which just won five major awards at the Critics Choice Documentary Awards, including Best Documentary Feature, will be available to stream right before Thanksgiving.

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Here are our picks for the best shows and movies to watch on Amazon Prime Video in November, as well as a full list of everything coming to Prime Video and Freevee, a free service that you can access through Prime Video but doesn’t require a Prime membership.

The Best New Movies and Shows on Prime Video in November

My Policeman (Nov. 4, Prime Video)

The British movie My Policeman just came out in theatres, and critics and audience members have a lot of different things to say about it. But don’t let that stop you from digging through this period romance for clues about Harry Styles’s relationship with Olivia Wilde and who might have spat on who at the Don’t Worry Darling movie premiere.


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Styles plays a British cop who is at the pointy end of a love triangle with his soon-to-be wife (Emma Corrin) and a museum curator (David Dawson). Their messy love stuff is played out over two timelines as they try to fix the past much later in life (with different actors).

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Critics say that the secret homosexual relationship at a time when society wasn’t very open-minded should be what drives this movie, but the actors and sad tone make it harder to watch than your average sad love story.

The English (Nov. 11, Prime Video)

With this series, Emily Blunt joins the Western trend. Prime Video calls it a “chase Western,” which I think means it has a lot of chases. Blunt plays an English aristocrat whose revenge plans bring her together with a Pawnee scout, who she might start to like. This one looks more stylish than the cowboy dad shows that have come out recently, with dark humor and beautiful scenery balanced out by violence.

The People We Hate at the Wedding (Nov. 18, Prime Video)

In this movie, Kristen Bell, Allison Janney, and Ben Platt play three family members who go to London for the wedding of their daughter/half-sister and end up being those people, you know, the ones we hate at weddings.

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And in this case, that means being rude to people from any country, not just Americans. The comedy has to make Bell and Janney seem like bad people. Have a good time with that.


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Good Night Oppy (Nov. 23, Prime Video)

The Mars rover Opportunity is the closest thing we have to a real-life Wall-E. It landed on Mars in 2004 for a 90-day mission, but it kept going for almost 15 years.


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This documentary film tells its story and shows how it became close to the people who worked at NASA. By the end, you’ll wonder why you’re crying over a robot. It has a good chance of being nominated for an Oscar in 2023.

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