November is right around the corner, and Netflix is all set to keep the entertainment flowing with a diverse range of shows and movies. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming to your screens:
1. Onimusha – The Anime Series
Starting November 2, anime enthusiasts will be in for a treat with the release of “Onimusha.” This anime is based on the renowned video game franchise of the same name, which was inspired by the 2006 CG film “Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams.”
What’s even more exciting for film fans is that the central character, Musashi Miyamoto, will be modeled after the legendary Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune. Adding to the anticipation, the supervising director of the anime is none other than the prolific Takashi Miike, known for his work on anime classics like “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable.”
2. “All the Light We Cannot See” Miniseries
Also arriving on November 2 is the four-part miniseries “All the Light We Cannot See,” adapted from Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name. The story is set during World War II in occupied France and follows the journey of a blind French girl, Marie-Laure, and a German soldier, Werner, whose paths intersect in the most unexpected way.
3. “Daily Dose of Sunshine” – A South Korean Delight
On November 3, the South Korean series “Daily Dose of Sunshine” will make its debut. This show is based on the Kakao webtoon of the same name, written by Lee Ra-ha, a former nurse.
It brilliantly portrays her real-life experiences through the fictional character Jung Da-Eun, a skilled nurse in the Department of Psychiatry. The series offers a captivating look into her interactions with the patients under her care, making for a compelling and heartwarming watch.
Additional November Releases
The entertainment doesn’t stop there. Netflix has more in store for you in the coming week. You can look forward to:
- Ralph Barbosa: Cowabunga (October 31)
- Mysteries of the Faith Season 1 (November 1)
- Ferry: The Series Season 1 (November 3)
- The Tailor Season 3 (November 3)
- Selling Sunset Season 7 (November 3)
- Blue Eye Samurai Season 1 (November 3)
So, mark your calendars and get ready for a month filled with exciting new content, ranging from anime adventures and historical dramas to heart-touching real-life narratives. Netflix continues to keep the entertainment world spinning, and there’s something for everyone this November.