There's no denying it, winter is here. The temperature has dropped dramatically and it's time to get the scarves out and that heating on. As grim as that may sound, it does also mean cosy evenings in front of the fire watching the telly, so how bad?
Netflix have a load of great content coming to the streaming service this month, including the much anticipated Gilmore Girls revival series on November 25th. While we are counting down the days until then, here's what you can be watching in between times...
From Dusk Till Dawn: Season 3 (New Episodes Weekly)
In season three of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, the Gecko brothers find themselves in the vortex of the culebra world forcing them to assemble an unlikely crew to take on the forces of Hell, and the new set of enemies determined to take them down.
The Expanse: Season 1 (3 November)
Far in the future, humans on Earth and Mars are on the brink of war. Meanwhile, a detective and a ship's captain search for a missing woman.
The Crown: Season 1 (4 November)
The Crown tells the inside story of two of the most famous addresses in the world -- Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street - and the intrigues, love lives and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
Tales by Light: Season 1 (11 November)
Follow renowned photographers as they explore far-flung locales, capturing extraordinary images that present nature and culture in a new light.
Roman Empire: Reign of Blood: Season 1 (11 November)
This stylish mix of documentary and historical epic chronicles the reign of Commodus, the emperor whose rule marked the beginning of Rome's fall.
Estocolmo: Season 1 (11 November)
An undercover agent, a prosecutor and a journalist try to bring down a human trafficking ring, but nothing is as straightforward as it seems.
Shooter: Season 1 (16 November)
Based on the 2007 feature film, John Lee Swagger is a retired military marksman who is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the President. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he goes on the run to find the real killer and the reason he was set up.
Lovesick: Season 2 (Scrotal Recall) 17 November
The second season of Lovesick, the series formerly known as Scrotal Recall, stars Johnny Flynn, Antonia Thomas and Daniel Ings, all returning for more fun in this delightful, romantic comedy. Season two will consist of eight episodes. Series creator Tom Edge returns as writer for season two and serves as Executive Producer along with Murray Ferguson, Andy Baker and Ed Macdonald.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (25 November)
Unfolding in four 90-minute instalments, each set in a different season, this follow-up to the "Gilmore Girls" finds Lorelai, Rory and Emily all dealing with the complications of life and family in their sleepy little Connecticut town.
3%: Season 1 (25 November)
In a post-apocalyptic world cruelly divided between progress and devastation, you only get one chance to improve your lot -- and only 3% will succeed.
Dana Carvey: Straight White Male, 60 (4 November)
Emmy Award-winning comedian and "SNL" star Dana Carvey makes quite the impression with his distinctive brand of comedy in his new, outrageously funny stand-up special filmed at the The Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA.
Dieter Nuhr: Nuhr in Berlin (15 November)
Germany’s top comedian Dieter Nuhr presents an up-to-date stand-up special exclusively for Netflix, taped live in the legendary former silent film theater Delphi in Berlin at the beginning of October of 2016.
Colin Quinn: The New York Story (18 November)
“SNL” veteran Colin Quinn delivers a taping of his sold out off-Broadway show to Netflix for his second stand-up special. In front of a crowd of fellow locals, Quinn presents the history of New York and the different groups who shape the personality of the city. Quinn's show was filmed at the Schimmel Center in New York City and is directed by Jerry Seinfeld.
Michael Che Matters (25 November)
“SNL” Weekend Update co-anchor and former “Daily Show” correspondent, Michael Che brings down the house with his laid-back style as he tackles society’s most controversial actions through his hilarious prism at the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York.
True Memoirs of An International Assassin (11 November)
The action comedy stars Kevin James as Sam Larson, a mild-mannered would-be author who gets mistaken for a killer-for-hire when his fictional novel about an international assassin is published as a true story. When the book is a huge success, he is suddenly kidnapped, taken out of the country, and forced into an assassination plot.
Skiptrace (17 November)
To capture a crime lord who killed his partner and kidnapped his partner's daughter, a Hong Kong detective teams with a smart aleck American gambler.
Divines (18 November)
In a ghetto near Paris where drugs and religion reign supreme, Dounia is hungry for her share of power and success. Enlisting the help of her best friend, Maimouna, she decides to follow the footsteps of a respected dealer. When Dounia meets a young sensuous dancer, another window opens for her through which she glimpses the promise of a very different kind of life
Mercy (22 November)
Four estranged brothers return to their childhood home to be with their dying mother - a substantial inheritance is tied to her fate. Loyalties and true intentions are called into question when a gang of mysterious
masked men descend upon the family.
The Ivory Game (4 November)
The Ivory Game is an epic documentary feature that goes undercover into the dark and sinister underbelly of ivory trafficking. Award-winning director Richard Ladkani and Academy Award®–nominated director Kief Davidson filmed undercover for 16 months with a crack team of intelligence operatives, undercover activists, passionate frontline rangers and tough-as-nails conservationists, to infiltrate the corrupt global network of ivory trafficking. A production from Terra Mater Film Studios and Vulcan Productions, the film follows poachers in pursuit of the 'white gold' of ivory. Time is running out for the African elephants, dangerously nearing closer and closer to extinction.
ORIGINAL SERIES FOR KIDS
World of Winx: Season 1 (4 November)
The reality show "WOW!" engages the Winx in their mission, starting an undercover, worldly journey in order to make talented kids' dreams come true.
All Hail King Julien: Season 4 (11 November)
King Julien and his trusty advisers race to save the kingdom from secret agents, stampeding clones and more -- while keeping the party going strong.
Beat Bugs: Season 2 (18 November)
With songs made famous by the Beatles, five friendly bugs learn big lessons about the world around them -- all from the safety of their own backyard.