"What's new on Australian streaming in November"
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What's new on Australian streaming in November
November is a month for crime fans on Australian streaming services.
With everything from gritty true crime and vigilantes, and downtrodden cops, we have nothing to do.
First up is the new US version of the Stan original No Activity, coming to Stan on November 20.
The original Aussie series has been remade with an awesome US cast including Will Ferrell, Amy Sedaris, and Parks and Recs alum Jason Mantzoukas.
It can be a risk when the Yanks try to remake Aussie or British comedies, but this one looks like a great twist on the original.
And if you're keen for another new series, Stan also has SMILF.
A show with a real indie vibe about a single mum living in South Boston.
It's based on a short film that picked up a Jury Prize at Sundance, and it lands on November 13th.
On Netflix, the big one to watch this month is Marvel's The Punisher, landing on November 17th.
Living in the same universe as Daredevil, this one is a gritty take on the life of Frank Castle, a former military man turned vigilante.
For gritty of a different kind, Netflix has the new six-part miniseries Alias Grace from November 3. Like the Handmaid's Tale, it's based on a Margaret Atwood book and tells the story of an Irish immigrant and servant accused of murdering her master in 1843.
The book is fantastic and the series looks just as good.
And for murders of a different kind, Jessica Biel lands The Sinner on Netflix landing November 7th, playing a young women who inexplicably kills a stranger on a beach.
We're expecting plenty of twists from this one.
And finally for film buffs Fox Tail has a bunch of new releases coming this month.
Our top pick is Logan, and the third song Wolverine film from the X Men franchise.
Landing on November 30, Jackman is back at his old and grizzled best.
Think of it kind of like no country for old mutants And finally speaking of people getting old T2 Trainspotting is coming November 1.
The sequel to Danny Boyle's 1996 cult hit proves that even needle drugs can't kill the ruffs lives in Scotland.
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