Master of None, Jessica Jones and what else to watch on Netflix coming up.
We've already let you know the best stuff leaving Netflix in November.
You can check that out at cnet.com/netpicks.
Today let's talk about the biggest stuff being added in November.
The first three are Netflix originals so you're not going to see them elsewhere for a while.
First up, Marvel's Jessica Jones, season one, will be available on November 20th.
This is part of Marvel's larger Avengers universe and you might see familiar faces pop up in the series.
Netflix released a trailer and this show looks really dark and gritty.
Don't expect too many quips between depths on Jessica Jones.
On November 6th season one of Aziz Ansari's new show, Master of None, arrives on Netflix.
Ansari stars, as a 30 something year old actor trying to figure out what to do with his life.
Marriage, kids, you know, that kind of thing.
I'd imagine there'd be a lot more jokes in this show compared to Jessica Jones.
Then, there's a new Netflix orignal comedy special, John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid.
Streaming on November 13th.
You might have seen Mulaney on the hideously unfunny Fox sitcom, Mulaney.
However after watching a bunch of John Mulaney stand up comedy, I'm betting this special will blow away his TV show, because Mulaney is funny.
I don't know what happened on that TV show but don't judge a stand up on that.
What about non originals?
We went through every title and checked its metacritic score, known as a metascore.
Metacritic comes up with the score out of 100 based on a whole bunch of critical reviews.
Here are the top five highest rated movies hitting Netflix in November.
Number five, Dior and I, with a metascore of 70.
It's a documentary about the fashion business.
Number four, Blue Caprice.
Based on a true story, a man trains his teenager to become a sniper Number three, another documentary, Best of Enemies.
It focuses on the 1968 debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley Jr.
Number two with a metascore of 81, Twinsters.
Two women believe that they are twin sisters, separated at birth.
It's also a documentary.
And the highest rated movie being added to Netflix in November, with a metascore of 86 Is the last days in Vietnam.
This documentary covers the US evacuation of Saigon.
For a full list of everything coming and going online, check out cnet.com/netpicks.
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