Are you suffering from the post-turkey day blues? Have no fear, and we’re here to reverse that frown. As we do every week, below we are sharing all the new Netflix movies and shows that premieres the week of November 29, 2021.
The content is abundant like every week. However, we’re also factoring in that December hits us at the end of the week, and we’re on the full tilt towards even more content slipping right now. So we do our best to keep you up to date with what’s new on Netflix.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow; instead of the little white things flying from the sky, Netflix is sprinkling a magical holiday spirit this week on their platform in a big way.
I won’t lie when I saw the title Single until the end. I was hoping it would be a sequel to the classic Jingle All the Way, and unfortunately this is not the case. Instead, a man convinces his best friend to join him on his family festivities, so he has to stop answering the question of why he’s single.
The one who has my eye this week is 14 summits: nothing is impossible. The film follows Nirmal Purja, who decided he would climb the world’s 14 8,000-meter mountains in just seven months, breaking the previous record of seven years. I’ve had enough of reading and writing this, but this man could be my new hero.
One man climbs a trillion meters, one man is lying and we have another holiday cooking falling this week.
Let’s move on to the new Netflix movies and shows to stream this week.
New Netflix Movies and Shows to Watch
- 14 summits: nothing is impossible, 29 november
- Charlie’s Colorforms City: Classic Tales With A Twist, November 30
- Charlie’s Colorforms City: Snowy Stories, November 30
- Charlie’s Colorforms City: The Lost Valentines Musical, November 30
- Lost in space, 1st December
- Single until the end, 1st December
- The Great British Baking Show holidays, 1st December
- Mixing, December 3
Based on our suggestions, what are you going to watch? Are you going to check out the latest Christmas content? Or will you check out the nature 14 summits Documentary? Let us know.