What’s New on Netflix & Top 10s: November 14, 2022

What’s New on Netflix & Top 10s: November 14, 2022

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Where The Crawdads Sing was added to Netflix on Saturday – Photo: Sony Pictures

Welcome to your first daily roundup of what’s new on Netflix (in the United States) for November 14, where we summarize today’s new additions, plus the new titles coming to the service this weekend. We’ll also see what’s trending in the Netflix top 10 for November 14, 2022.

Lots to look forward to on Netflix this week. You have the new season of Dead to methe debut of 1899, and of course the new Jason Momoa movie, slumberland.

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Today is your last day to watch the Netflix Original Series The Yard, which departs in full tomorrow. We will also see reality series America’s next top model and Survivor leave the service.


Best new releases on Netflix for November 14, 2022

Where the crayfish sing (2022)

Rating: PG-13
Language: English
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director: Olivia Newman
Form: Daisy Edgar-Jones, Taylor John Smith, Harris Dickinson
Author: Delia Owens, Lucy Alibar
Duration: 125 min / 2h 5m

Coming to Netflix as part of the Sony first window deal on Saturday (which we first reported on at the end of October) was Where the crayfish singthe new romantic drama adaptation set to hit theaters over the summer.

The film was a “controversial” release, according to many with most noting the huge gap in opinion between audiences and critics. RottenTomatoes puts the film on only 35% with critics while it has an audience of 97%.

Since its Saturday addition, it has skyrocketed in the US Netflix charts, beating out every competition from Netflix’s range of original movies.


stutz (2022)

Rating: R
Language: English
Genre: Documentary
Director: Jonah Hill
Form: Jonah Hill, Phil Stutz
Duration: 96 min / 1h 36m

Directed and starring Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill, this film documentary is about a renowned psychiatrist who investigates Hill’s mind by exploring his early life experiences to give you a unique insight into Dr. Stutz’s Tools for life to get real, get personal, and get better.


Full list of new releases added to Netflix (November 12-14)

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4 new movies added

  • 11:11 (2022) – TV-14 – Arabic – When a troubled lawyer attempts to commit suicide in his car, the stray bullet sets off a series of events that intertwine the lives of three strangers.
  • Stutz (2022) Netflix Original – R – English – In candid conversations with actor Jonah Hill, leading psychiatrist Phil Stutz explores his early life experiences and his unique, visual model of therapy.
  • The Order of Myths (2008) – TV-14 – English – Mobile, Alabama’s Mardi Gras celebration, dating back to the 18th century, is the oldest in the country – and still going strong today.
  • Where the Crayfish Sing (2022) – PG-13 – English – A woman who grew up alone in the wild swamps of North Carolina is accused of murdering a wealthy young man from the nearby town.

1 new TV series added

  • Teletubbies (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-Y – English – Join friends Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po on wondrous adventures as they learn and grow in this colorful refresh of the classic series.

Top 10s on Netflix for November 14, 2022

For more daily multi-region top 10s plus the daily global top 50, check out our popular on Netflix hub.

# TV shows Movies Children
1 The crown Where the crayfish sing the bad guys
2 Love is blind Fall for Christmas Minions & more 2
3 Ancient Apocalypse the bad guys Hotel Transylvania 2
4 Manifesto Enola Holmes 2 Little angel
5 warrior nun Catching the Killing Nurse Down to Earth with Zac Efron
6 from scratch Lost bullet 2 Sing 2
7 The viewer Minions & more 2 CoComelon
8 Inside man Hotel Transylvania 2 The little rascals
9 The Great British Bake Off Captain Phillips family reunion
10 Guillermo del Toro .’s Cabinet of Curiosities The good nurse Gabby’s dollhouse

What are you currently watching on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below.

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