From festive movies to classics, to Netflix originals, to new seasons of hit shows — November is a happening month for Netflix Canada. With the holidays fast approaching and a million things on your to-do list, sometimes you need to slow it all down with a cozy night in to relax and recoup. Catch tons of new releases ready to stream right at your fingertips. These new Netflix Canada TV shows & movies releasing this weekend are ones you don't want to miss.
Frontier Season 3
There's a whole new season of Frontier to binge-watch on Netflix this weekend, starring Jason Momoa of course!
Whether you've seen it before already, or now have three whole seasons to enjoy, this historical drama series takes you back to the late 1700's during the North American fur-trading days in Canada.
Dolly Parton's Heartstrings
Get ready to go country! Dolly Parton's Heartstrings just released on Netflix Canada with eight episodes to enjoy. The new series features popular songs by Dolly Parton and shares a look inside the stories behind the music.
Oh Dolly, you sure know how to pull on all our heartstrings!
The Knight Before Christmas
If you're in the mood for a cheesy festive flick this weekend, be sure to check out The Knight Before Christmas.
Filmed in Canada and starring Vanessa Hudgens, this new Netflix film is all things Christmas. When a medieval knight magically shows up in present-day Ohio, he meets and falls for a local high school teacher named Brooke prooving that fairytales really do still exist.
High Seas Season 2
Travel back in time with a whole new season of High Seas released on Netflix Canada.
Set in the 1940's, this Spanish mystery series follows two sisters travelling on a cruise ship from Spain to Brazil. Nothing is what it seems when strange and mysterious deaths keep occurring on board.
Narcoworld: Dope Stories Season 1
If docu-series are your thing, be sure to catch Narcoworld: Dope Stories which just released its first season on Netflix with four new episodes.
Follow along as you witness first hand the classic battle between drug dealers on the streets and the police officers trying to stop them.