What’s New on Netflix & Top 10: November 18, 2022

What’s New on Netflix & Top 10: November 18, 2022


Jason Momoa in Slumberland is now streaming – Photo: Netflix.

Happy Friday and welcome to your latest daily recap of the new releases on Netflix. Below we show you all 15 new movies and series that will be on the air at the end of the week and the top 10 trending movies and series for November 18, 2022.

On the elimination front, rush all binge eating Lilyhammer because it leaves early next week. We also recommend giving the 2018 movie Ben is back a watch starring Julia Roberts.


While nothing is scheduled to release this weekend, there’s still a lot to happen over the rest of November 2022. Highlights include Wednesday, The Noel Diaryand Christmas at Mistletoe Farm.

Best new movies and series on Netflix from November 18

Slumberland (2022)

Rating: PG
Language: English
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
Director: Francis Lawrence
Form: Jason Momoa, Kyle Chandler, Chris O’Dowd
Author: Michael Handelman, Winsor McCay, David Guion
Duration: 117 minutes / 1 hour 57 minutes

In what will be Jason Momoa’s fourth Netflix Original title, comes a new fantasy film from the director of The hunger Games.

Here’s the official synopsis for the new fantasy movie that’s Netflix’s big new movie of the week:

“Accompanied by a larger-than-life outlaw, a daring young orphan travels through a land of dreams to find a precious pearl that will fulfill her greatest wish.”

The Great British Baking Show + The Great British Baking Show: Holidays

Rating: TV-14
Language: English
Genre: Reality TV
Form: Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Noel Fielding

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays

Ready for a weekend full of baking? Well, Netflix has the solution with the full final season of The Great British Baking Show (which wrapped in the UK this week) now available, plus last year’s two holiday specials.

Little boy (2015)

Rating: PG-13
Language: English
Genre: Drama, history, war
Director: Alejandro Monteverde
Form: Jacob Salvati, Emily Watson, David Henrie
Author: Alejandro Monteverde, Pepe Portillo
Duration: 106 minutes / 1 hour 46 minutes

On the licensed side comes today Little boy from Open Road Films, making its first Netflix debut.

Here’s what to expect if you decide to watch the movie on Netflix:

“When his devoted father is called to war, a friendless young outcast turns to God to get his father back home in one piece.”

This title divided critics and audiences, with critics universally panning the film. In contrast, the public seems to love it, so don’t necessarily let the reviews of this one put you off.

Full list of new releases on Netflix for November 18, 2022

8 new movies added today

  • Deception – Round D Corner (2022) – TV-MA – Hindi – A terrorist breaks into a married couple’s home and takes the woman hostage, sparking a tense standoff that exposes secrets and lies.
  • Kumari (2022) – TV-14 – Malayalam – After marrying into a wealthy family, Kumari moves to her husband’s ancestral home, where darkness lurks amid superstitions, beliefs and folklore.
  • Little Boy (2015) – PG-13 – English
  • ATHENS (2022) Making Netflix Original – TV-MA – French – Go behind the scenes with Romain Gavras and his team in this exclusive look at the production process of his technically stunning modern tragedy.
  • Nafsi (2021) – TV-MA – Dutch – After she and her husband struggle to conceive, a woman asks her best friend to be her surrogate – which ends up jeopardizing their friendship.
  • Slumberland (2022) – PG – English – Along with a larger than life outlaw, a daring young orphan travels through a land of dreams to find a precious pearl that will fulfill her greatest wish.
  • The Griot (2021) – TV-PG – English – A talented yet shy storyteller faces betrayal after his best friend steals his stories to impress the woman they both love.
  • The Violence Action (2022) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Japanese – During the day she is just an ordinary, sweet-looking student. But by night, she’s a part-time assassin – and she’s about to face her toughest target yet.

7 new TV series added today

  • Elite (Season 6) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Spanish – When three working-class teenagers enroll in an exclusive private school in Spain, the clash between them and the wealthy students leads to murder.
  • Inside Job (Season 2) Netflix Original – TV-PG – English – Lizard People? For real. The moon landing? Fake. Managing the conspiracies of the world is a full-time job for a clumsy genius and her dysfunctional colleagues.
  • Reign Supreme (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-MA – French – From the projects to the biggest stages in Paris, this series follows two lifelong teenage friends as they forge the birth and rise of French hip-hop.
  • Someone (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Korean – When a software developer creates a dating app that uses a serial killer to find his next target, she is drawn into a dark world of romance and murder.
  • The Cuphead Show! (Season 3) Netflix Original – TV-Y7 – English – Follow the misadventures of the impulsive Cuphead and his easily influenced brother Mugman in this animated series based on the hit video game.
  • The Good Detective (Season 2) – TV-MA – Korean – When doubts arise over a five-year-old murder conviction, a veteran detective teams up with a young hotshot to uncover the hidden truths of the case.
  • The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (Season 5) Netflix Original – TV-14 – Dutch – Decorate the hallways with sugar, butter and chocolate as contestants from past seasons bake Christmas sweet treats for judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.

Top 10s on Netflix for November 18, 2022

Top 10 series on Netflix USA

  1. Dead to me
  2. 1899
  3. The crown
  4. Love is blind
  5. Manifesto
  6. Ancient Apocalypse
  7. Pepsi, where’s my jet?
  8. From Scratch
  9. Warrior nun
  10. Little angel

Top 10 Movies on Netflix USA

  1. Where the crawfish sing
  2. RIPD 2: Rise of the Damned
  3. I’m Venessa Guillen
  4. Fall for Christmas
  5. Christmas with you
  6. The bad guys
  7. The miracle
  8. Sing 2
  9. Enola Holmes2
  10. Hotel Transylvania 2


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