November brings the national premieres of 33 new series, seasons, specials, and films from the UK, plus the local broadcast premieres of 9 British, Irish, and Canadian programs.
For updates about shows from the UK, Canada, and Ireland added to US linear TV and streaming channels throughout the month, see the British TV Viewing Guide.
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Autumnwatch 2022 (UK)
This popular series brings back the “Watch” team to document wildlife stories from across the UK amid seasonal transitions. Join Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Gillian Burke, and Megan McCubbin as they live broadcast the beautiful wildlife throughout autumn. Autumnwatch 2022 premieres in North America on Tuesday, November 1, exclusively on BritBox. (Video is from 2021)
The Capture: Season 2 (UK)
In the new season of this crime thriller, Britain is under siege: hacked news feeds, manipulated media, interference in politics. DCI Rachel Carey (Holliday Grainger, C.B. Strike) of the UK’s “Correction” unit finds herself in the middle of a new conspiracy with a new target. With invisible assassins, the rise of deep-fake technology, the growing tension between government and Big Tech, and corruption at the heart of the British media, how can Rachel solve this case when she can’t even trust her closest colleagues? The Capture: Season 2, a Peacock Original, premieres in the US in its six-episode entirety on Thursday, November 3, exclusively on Peacock.
The Suspect (UK)
Based on the best-selling first crime novel in Michael Robotham‘s “Joe O’Loughlin” series, this thriller follows clinical psychologist Dr Joe O’Loughlin (Aidan Turner, Poldark), whose perfect life gets turned upside down when he is suspected in the suspicious death of a former patient. (For further details, read this article.) The Suspect premieres in the US in its five-episode entirety on Thursday, November 3, exclusively on Sundance Now and AMC+.
Enola Holmes 2 (UK)
In this sequel, Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things) follows in the footsteps of her famous brother, Sherlock (Henry Cavill, The Witcher), and opens her own agency, only to find that life as a female detective-for-hire isn’t easy. What saves her from closing up shop is her first official job: to find the missing sister of a penniless matchstick girl. But the case throws Enola into a dangerous new world, and as the sparks of a deadly conspiracy ignite, Enola must call upon the help of friends and Sherlock himself to unravel the mystery. Enola Holmes 2, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, November 4, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Mock the Week: Season 21 (UK)
Fans of Mock the Week are weeping, as Season 21 of this hilarious show is the final season. Combining the best elements of a panel show, stand-up, and improvised games, it returns with its final seven episodes featuring Britain’s top comics taking a satirical swipe at the news and current events. Mock the Week: Season 21 premieres in North America on Friday, November 4, exclusively on BritBox. (Video is from an earlier season)
My Policeman (UK-US)
Based on the eponymous novel by Bethan Roberts, this drama follows three young people — policeman Tom (Harry Styles, Don’t Worry Darling), teacher Marion (Emma Corrin, The Crown), and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson, The Last Kingdom) — as they embark on an emotional journey in 1950s Britain. In the 1990s, Tom (Linus Roache, Homeland), Marion (Gina McKee, The Rook), and Patrick (Rupert Everett, Adult Material) are still reeling with longing and regret, but now they have one last chance to repair the damage of the past. My Policeman, an Amazon Original, premieres globally on Friday, November 4, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)
This drama follows Sasha Clayton (Nicôle Lecky), a young woman who dreams of becoming a major recording artist but ends up homeless and couch-surfing after a mad, drunken act. Things seems to change after she meets and moves in with IG influencer and party girl Carly (Lara Peake, Brave New World), but Sasha soon struggles to escape the dark and complex influencer world. (For further details, read this article.) Mood premieres in the US on Sunday, November 6, at 10:00 PM ET, on BBC America and AMC+.
Dangerous Liaisons (US-UK)
This prelude to the classic 18th-century novel Dangerous Liaisons by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos focuses on the origin story of how the Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont met as young lovers in pre-revolution Paris. The survival of the young couple, Camille (Alice Englert, Top of the Lake) and Pascal (Nicholas Denton, Glitch), depends on their skills of manipulation and seduction, not only of the French nobility but also of each other. Starring Lesley Manville (The Crown) and Carice van Houten (Game of Thrones), Dangerous Liaisons, a Starz Original, premieres in the US on Sunday, November 6, exclusively on Starz.
The Curse (UK)
The comedy-crime drama is a fictionalized tale inspired by the true events of the Brink’s-Matt robbery of 1983, where six armed men raided a depot near Heathrow Airport expecting to find £100,000 in cash, only to stumble across gold worth £26 million. Starring series co-writer Tom Davis (Murder in Successville), People Just Do Nothing alums Allan Mustafa, Steve Stamp and Hugo Chegwin, and Emer Kenney (Karen Pirie), The Curse premieres in North America on Monday, November 7, exclusively on BritBox. (Pictured: Hugo Chegwin as Phil, Allan Mustafa as Albert, Emer Kenny as Natasha, Tom Davis as Mick — Photo courtesy of BritBox)
Inside The Heist (UK)
This true-crime docuseries looks at six of the most brazen heists of the past 25 years: the 1997 Dunbar Armored robbery, 2000 Millennium Dome attempted robbery, 2015 Hatton Garden heist, 2003 Antwerp Diamond heist, 2009 Stockholm helicopter robbery, and 2006 Rio Banco heist. Inside The Heist premieres globally on Monday, November 7, exclusively on Discovery+.
The Crown: Season 5 (UK)
The new season of this “fictional dramatisation” “inspired by real events” in the story of Queen Elizabeth II sees the British royal family face what may be their biggest challenge yet: proving their continued relevance in 1990s Britain. The new cast includes Imelda Staunton (A Confession) as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce (Game of Thrones) as Prince Philip, Dominic West (The Affair) as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki (Tenet) as Princess Diana, Lesley Manville (Magpie Murders) as Princess Margaret, Claudia Harrison (Delicious) as Princess Anne, Olivia Williams (The Nevers) as Camilla Parker Bowles, and Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary) as Prime Minister John Major. The Crown: Season 5, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 9, exclusively on Netflix.
Save Our Squad with David Beckham (UK)
This documentary follows David Beckham as he goes home to East London, where his football journey began, to help Westward Boys, an under 14s grassroots side who are in desperate need of help, as they haven’t won a game all season and face being relegated to a lower-level league. Save Our Squad with David Beckham, a Disney+ Original, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 9, exclusively on Disney+.
This horror film follows probation officer Cathy Madden (Deirdre Mullins, The Drowning), who is tasked with rehabilitating notorious killer “Bloody” Mary Laidlaw (Derbhle Crotty, Hidden Assets) back into society after twenty years of jail. Cathy has always believed that every client deserves a shot at redemption, but her beliefs are firmly tested when two children disappear near Mary’s farm. Mandrake, a Shudder Original, premieres in the US on Thursday, November 10, exclusively on Shudder and AMC+.
Ancient Apocalypse (UK)
This docuseries follows journalist Graham Hancock as he travels the globe hunting for evidence of mysterious, lost civilizations dating back to the last Ice Age. Ancient Apocalypse, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, November 11, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The English (UK-US)
Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place) and Chaske Spencer (The Twilight Saga) star in this 1890-set Western as aristocratic Englishwoman Lady Cornelia Locke and Pawnee ex-cavalry scout Eli Whipp, who come together to cross a violent landscape built on dreams and blood. Both of them have a clear sense of their destiny, but neither is aware that it is rooted in a shared past. (For further details, read this article.) The English, an Amazon Original, premieres in the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the Nordics on Friday, November 11, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)
James Corden (Gavin & Stacey) stars in this comedy-drama series as Jamie, a Michelin-starred chef whose world implodes when he discovers shocking secrets about his pregnant wife. Cracks in the marriage of Jamie’s sister and brother-in-law also begin to show. When the consequences of all of their actions come to light, the revelations send shock waves through both families. (For further details, read this article.) Mammals, an Amazon Original, premieres globally in its six-episode entirety on Friday, November 11, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)
Rogue Heroes (UK)
Based on Ben Macintyre’s best-seller, and created and written by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders), this war series dramatizes how Britain’s Special Air Service (SAS) was formed under extraordinary circumstances during WWII. (For further details, read this article.) Rogue Heroes, an Epix Original, premieres in the US on Sunday, November 13, exclusively on Epix.
In this action thriller, a group of revengeful gunmen take a hotel hostage, forcing guests to make monumental life or death decisions with enormous consequences. From the makers of The Salisbury Poisonings and The Responder, this three-part drama is the first original series by best-selling novelist Louise Doughty (Apple Tree Yard), executive produced by and starring Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, Honour). Crossfire, a BritBox Original, premieres in North America on Tuesday, November 15, exclusively on BritBox.
Once Upon a Time in Londongrad (UK)
Based on the book From Russia with Blood by Heidi Blake, a senior investigative reporter for BuzzFeed News, this docuseries explores fourteen mysterious deaths in the UK with alleged connections to Russia over two decades. Once Upon a Time in Londongrad premieres in the US on Tuesday, November 15, exclusively on Peacock.
The Wonder (UK)
Adapted from Emma Donoghue‘s novel, this 1862-set film follows Lib Wright (Florence Pugh, Don’t Worry Darling), a nurse who is hired to conduct an examination of Anna O’Donnell (Kíla Lord Cassidy, Viewpoint), an 11-year-old girl who is said to have not eaten for four months, surviving only on what she claims is manna from heaven. (For further details, read this article.) The Wonder, a Netflix Film, launches on Netflix on Wednesday, November 16. (You can set a reminder for it now.) (In select US cinemas starting Nov 2.)
The Dry (UK-IE)
This comedy-drama stars Roisin Gallagher (The Fall) as Shiv Sheridan, a newly-sober woman who returns to Dublin for a funeral, and finds being home with her family makes staying on “the dry” much harder than she expected. (For further details, read this article.) The Dry premieres in the US in its eight-episode entirety on Thursday, November 17, exclusively on Sundance Now and AMC+. (Photo Credit: Peter Rowen/Sundance Now)
Gangs of London: Season 2 (UK)
In Season 2 of this crime drama, the surviving members of the Wallace clan are scattered, the Dumanis are broken and estranged, and ex-undercover cop Elliot Finch (Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, Humans) is being forced to work for the Investors, who bring in reinforcements to restore control in London. (For further details, read this article.) Gangs of London: Season 2 premieres in the US with its first two episodes on Thursday, November 17, exclusively on AMC+. New episodes of the eight-part new season will debut singly through December 29.
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 5 (UK)
In the latest season of the hit competition series’ holiday edition, special guests and familiar faces stir up sweet holiday magic as judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood name the best Yuletide bakers. The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Season 5, a Netflix Series, premieres in the US on Friday, November 18, exclusively on Netflix. (Photo courtesy of Netflix © 2022)
Jamie’s One-Pan Wonders (UK)
The latest series from celeb chef Jamie Oliver, which top-lines the BritBox Cooking Collection (see below), is the ultimate guide to making brilliantly easy and delicious meals — all cooked in just one pan, pot, or dish. (The show ha a companion cookbook, too.) Jamie’s One-Pan Wonders premieres in the US on Friday, November 18, exclusively on BritBox. (Photo courtesy of BritBox)
Vardy vs Rooney: The Wagatha Trial (UK)
Ripped straight from UK headlines, this drama centers on the real-life High Court libel case involving Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney (wives of well-known British footballers), betrayal, social media, and tabloid newspaper The Sun. It stars Chanel Cresswell (The Bay) as Rooney, Natalia Tena (Game of Thrones) as Vardy, and Michael Sheen (Good Omens) as barrister David Sherborne. Vardy vs Rooney: The Wagatha Trial premieres in the US on Saturday, November 19, exclusively on Discovery+.
Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland: Season 2 (IE-UK)
In the new season of this travel series, actor Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty, Blood) continues reconnecting with his roots as he travels the wild and rugged coast of Ireland. Covering over 600 miles, Adrian visits breathtaking locations, drives beautiful coastal roads, sees fantastic feats of engineering, and tastes Ireland’s amazing cuisine. Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland: Season 2 premieres in the US on Monday, November 21, on Acorn TV. (Video is from Season 1)
Blood, Sex & Royalty (UK)
This steamy docuseries offers up a modern take on the British royal drama, opening a window into the lives of history’s deadliest, sexiest, and most iconic monarchs. Blood, Sex & Royalty, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.) (Photo courtesy of Netflix © 2022)
Christmas on Mistletoe Farm (UK)
In this holiday family film, a widowed father (Scott Garnham, Pompidou) inherits a farm at Christmas time. While he makes a bumpy adjustment to village life, his kids hatch a plan to stay there forever. Christmas on Mistletoe Farm, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.) (Photo courtesy of Netflix © 2022)
The Swimmers (UK-US)
This biopic-historical drama tells the story of sisters Sarah and Yusra Mardini (played by Manal and Nathalie Issa), whose swimming skills helped them to escape war-torn Syria and embark on a risky voyage that eventually brought them to the 2016 Rio Olympics. Also starring Matthias Schweighöfer (Army of Thieves), The Swimmers, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Hope Street: Season 2 (UK)
The new season of this crime drama opens six months after the Season 1 finale, with the Port Devine police joined by a new detective, who must balance his devotion to the force with protecting his daughter. (For further details, read this article.) Hope Street: Season 2, a BritBox Original, premieres in North America on Monday, November 28, exclusively on BritBox.
Whitstable Pearl: Season 2 (UK)
Opening six months after the Season 1 finale, Season 2 of this mystery-crime drama series finds Pearl (Kerry Godliman, After Life) prioritizing her detective work. As her cases overlap with Mike’s (Howard Charles, Top Boy) police investigations, their relationship gets charged by their mutual determination to outdo each other. (For further details, read this article.) Whitstable Pearl, an Acorn TV Original, premieres in the US with its first two episodes on Monday, November 28, exclusively on Acorn TV. New episodes will debut in pairs through December 12.
Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne (US-UK)
In this new docuseries, actress, model, and LGBTQ+ icon Cara Delevingne goes on an immersive journey in which she puts her mind and body on the line while searching for answers regarding human sexuality, its joys, mysteries, and constantly-changing nature. Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne, a Hulu Original, premieres in the US on Tuesday, November 29, exclusively on Hulu.
Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic (UK)
Actor and comedian Romesh Ranganathan (The Ranganation, Avoidance) returns to his hometown of Crawley, England, in this comedy special, in which he riffs on veganism and his kids and offers a peek into the making of his show. Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic, a Netflix Comedy Special, premieres globally on Tuesday, November 29, exclusively on Netflix. (Photo courtesy of Netflix © 2022)
Select public TV stations and regional networks will begin airing the programs below on or after November 1, unless otherwise noted. Check you local listings or contact the station that serves your area for air dates and times. To request the shows, contact your public TV station or American Public Television.
48 Hours to Victory (UK)
In this three-episode docuseries, military history enthusiast Dermott O’Leary, ex-Royal Marine Arthur Williams, and historian and battlefield guide Lucy Betteridge-Dyson examine the final 48 hours of three of the most famous battles in history: Dunkirk, The Somme, and Waterloo. 48 Hours to Victory is confirmed for airing on Idaho Public Television, KENW, KRSU, KSPS, KTCA, KUED, Louisiana Public Broadcasting, Maryland Public Television, Montana PBS, PBS North Carolina, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Vermont Public, WBGU, WDSE, WLRN, WNED, WPSU, WSBE, and WyomingPBS.
Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland: Season 1 (IE-UK)
In the first season of this travel series, actor Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty, Blood) reconnects with his Irish roots as he travels the rugged coasts of Ireland. Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland is confirmed for airing on Idaho Public Television, KCPT, KRSU, KUAT, Maryland Public Television, New Hampshire PB, Oregon Public Broadcasting, WEDU, WGBH, WNED, WPTO, and WSKG.
Britain’s Scenic Railways (UK)
Narrated by actor Greg McHugh (Guilt, The A Word), this five-episode travel docuseries takes viewers on train journeys through the Yorkshire moors, on the route of the Hogwarts Express, and other locations across the UK, while introducing us to the dedicated people who maintain the tracks of Britain’s railways. Britain’s Scenic Railways is confirmed for airing on Idaho Public Television, KCPT, KSPS, KTCA, KUED, KUEN, Montana PBS, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS North Carolina, WETA, WLVT, WNED, WPBS, WPTO, WQPT, and WSBE.
The Herriot Way (US)
This hour-long documentary is about the Herriot Way, a 52-mile circular walk that is associated with James Herriot, the pen name of the world-famous veterinarian and author Alf Wight (All Creatures Great and Small). Beginning and ending in Aysgarth in the Yorkshire Dales, the path of the Herriot Way is based on a walking holiday that Alf took with his son, Jim, who shares personal stories in the program. The Herriot Way is confirmed for airing on Georgia Public Broadcasting, Idaho Public Television, Iowa PBS, KEET, KETC, KMOS, KQEH, KRSU, KSPS, KTWU, KUAT, KVIE, Maine Public Television, Maryland Public Television, Montana PBS, Nebraska Public Media, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS Hawai’i, PBS Wisconsin, Vermont Public, WCET, WDSE, WGBH, WNED, WNEO, WOSU, WPBS, WPSU, WQPT, WSKG, and WyomingPBS.
How to Paint the Mona Lisa (UK)
This documentary reveals the secrets of the Mona Lisa, Da Vinci’s iconic masterpiece, with artist Aderbanji Alade recreating Da Vinci’s groundbreaking painting techniques from scratch to unlock the genius of the world’s most famous painting. How to Paint the Mona Lisa is confirmed for airing on KCET, Kentucky Educational Television, KENW, KLRU, KMOS, KRSU, KTWU, KUAT, KUEN, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS North Carolina, PBS Wisconsin, WBGU, WDSE, WHUT, WNEO, and WXXI.
Kids vs. Screens (CA)
In this hour-long documentary, biologist, science journalist and author Dan Riskin explores the latest research to discover how smartphones and other screens can affect children’s development, learning abilities, and mental health. Kids vs. Screens is confirmed for airing on Idaho Public Television, KEET, Kentucky Educational Television, KSPS, KUAT, KUEN, Maryland Public Television, Montana PBS, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Vermont Public, WBGU, WHUT, WIPB, and WNEO.
Music Videos That Shaped the 80s (UK)
This hour-long documentary explores the top ’80s videos that influenced the music video industry today, as seen from the perspective of the directors and the artists who created them, including, Bob Geldof, Trevor Horn, Gary Kemp, Herbie Hancock, Richie Sambora, and Matt Sorum. It also features clips from some of the most iconic music videos of the era. Music Videos That Shaped the 80s is confirmed for airing on KERA, KRSU, KTCA, KTWU, KUAT, WBGU, WDSC, WDSE, WFWA, WFYI, WSBE, and WTTW.
The Queen Mother’s Blitz (UK)
This one-off documentary looks at Queen Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon’s inspirational efforts to improve the morale of the British people during World War II. With the constant threat of air raids, her insistence that the Royal Family remain in London was a reassuring move for the public, and she became a national symbol of the Blitz spirit. The Queen Mother’s Blitz is confirmed for airing on Georgia Public Broadcasting, Kentucky Educational Television, KERA, KMOS, KRSU, KSPS, KTCA, KUED, PBS Wisconsin, Oregon Public Broadcasting, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Vermont Public, WCET, WETA, WLIW, WLRN, WNED, WNEO, WPBS, WSBE, and WyomingPBS.
Walking Victorian England (UK)
In this six-part docuseries, historian Dr. Onyeka Nubia examines Victorian Britain from the perspective of different regions throughout the nation. What he unearths is a society riddled with inequality and injustice, while in London, Liverpool, Edinburgh and beyond, he discovers a world expanding and changing like never before, filled with cutting-edge medicine, technological advancements, and no shortage of intriguing characters. Walking Victorian England is confirmed for airing on KPBS, KUED, Maryland Public Television, NJ PBS, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS North Carolina, WDSC, WETA, WFYI, WNED, and WPTO.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO STREAMING SERVICES
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.
Made in Belfast (UK/NI)
Ciarán McMenamin (Hope Street) stars in this drama as Jack Kelly, whose best-selling novel exposes the private lives of his closest friends and family. Eight years later he returns home to put right some of the wrongs, like breaking up his best friend’s marriage, but those he hurt and embarrassed won’t forget what happened or forgive him. Made in Belfast begins streaming Monday, November 7.
Innocent: Season 1 (UK)
This mystery miniseries follows David Collins (Lee Ingleby, The A Word, George Gently), now a free man after serving seven years for the murder of his wife, due to the overturning of the initial judgment on a technicality. But David soon finds himself facing a new investigation, and as a web of lies unmasks new potential suspects and rips apart fragile relationships, one question remains: Is David Collins truly innocent? Innocent: Season 1 begins streaming Monday, November 14.
Short Film Showcase (IE)
This collection of ten short films from Ireland includes The Attendant (starring Adrian Dunbar), Love at First Sight (starring John Hurt and Phyllida Law), The Silent Child, Joey, The Phone Call, Roy, Little Bird, A Glimpse, Break (also starring John Hurt), and Don V. Lighting. The Short Film Showcase begins streaming Monday, November 21.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on BritBox and its digital channels, including BritBox on Amazon.
BritBox Cooking Collection (UK)
This collection of cookery shows features series from celebrated personalities of British cuisine and TV chefs, including Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay, Nigella Lawson, Marco Pierre White, and Nadiya Hussain, as well as select episodes from Come Dine with Me. (For further details, read this updated article.) The BritBox Cooking Collection begins streaming Friday, November 18.
Utopia: Seasons 1-2 (UK)
If you’ve only seen the US remake of this show, where conspiracy theory turns terrifyingly real, then treat yourself to the UK original. It’s awesome. When an unconnected group of people find themselves in possession of the manuscript for the legendary graphic novel “Utopia,” their lives are set to change forever, as they are forced to run from The Network, a shadowy, murderous, all-pervasive government organization that will stop at nothing to get Utopia. Utopia begins streaming Wednesday, November 23.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Disney+ and the Disney streaming bundle.
Locked Up Abroad: Seasons 3, 4, 9 & 10 (select episodes), Seasons 5-8 & 11 (entire season) (UK)
This long-running docuseries features travelers who share their true stories of being arrested in foreign countries. Select seasons and episodes of Locked Up Abroad begin streaming Friday, November 4.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted Showdown (UK)
In this competition series, celebrity chef, restaurateur, and reality series front man Gordon Ramsay travels to England’s Jurassic Coast, Wales, and Costa Rica to battle it out with former protégés Paul Ainsworth and Matt Waldron, as well as his daughter Tilly, to win the locals’ favor in three high-stakes cook-offs. Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted Showdown begins streaming Wednesday, November 9.
The Lion Ranger (UK-US)
This docuseries offers insight into the life and work of lion whisperer Kevin Richardson, as well as his lion park, which he struggles to keep running when funding dries up. The Lion Ranger begins streaming Wednesday, November 9.
Eyewitness: D-Day (UK)
Using rarely-seen archival footage, dramatic reconstructions, and written accounts from eyewitnesses, this documentary tells the story of five key turning points that changed the course of WWII during the D-Day landings, as told through the personal testimony of five heroes. Eyewitness: D-Day begins streaming Friday, November 11.
Ice Road Rescue: Season 6 (UK)
This reality series follows brave rescue workers as they help stranded people stuck in the snow and clear the roads in some of the most dangerous areas in the mountains of Norway. Ice Road Rescue: Season 6 begins streaming Wednesday, November 16.
Egypt with the World’s Greatest Explorer (UK)
In this three part series, award winning actor Joseph Fiennes (Shakespeare in Love) and his cousin, legendary explorer Ranulph, embark on an odyssey following the course of the Nile. Egypt with the World’s Greatest Explorer begins streaming Wednesday, November 23.
Last of the Giants: Wild Fish (CA)
This documentary follows host Cyril Chauquet and his team while they are on a mission: to find the last endangered giant fish species and take precious samples that will aid in their conversation. Last of the Giants: Wild Fish begins streaming Wednesday, November 23.
Witness to Disaster (UK)
Featuring extreme footage and eyewitness accounts of survivors, this six-part docuseries brings to life the terrifying reality of what it is like to experience outright disaster. Episodes cover a tornado in Alabama, a mine collapse in Chile, a mudslide in California, a wildfire in Portugal, an avalanche at Mount Everest, and a hurricane in the Bermuda Triangle. Witness to Disaster begins streaming Wednesday, November 23.
Buried Secrets of WWII (UK)
This documentary sees military historian Martin K.A. Morgan and technology wiz Pete Kelsey exploring the hidden secrets of WWII, using 21st century gadgets to peel away the present so they can study the past. Buried Secrets of WWII begins streaming Wednesday, November 30.
The Witch Doctor Will See You Now (UK)
In this four-part docuseries, explorer and author Piers Gibbon (Tribe) travels the globe to try to uncover the science and secrets behind traditional healing and the world’s most ancient forms of health-care. The Witch Doctor Will See You Now begins streaming Wednesday, November 30.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Hulu and the Disney streaming bundle.
My Old School (UK/Scotland)
In this humor-filled documentary, filmmaker Jono McLeod returns to his old school in Glasgow, Scotland, for a nostalgic look at the strange but true story of his former classmate, Brandon Lee. Utilizing playful, period-specific animation, a pitch-perfect soundtrack, the memories of students and teachers, and the talents of Alan Cumming to bring the tale to life, the film offers more than one surprise along the way. My Old School begins streaming Thursday, November 17.
The Forgiven (UK-US-CA)
Ralph Fiennes (The King’s Man) and Jessica Chastain (The Eyes of Tammy Faye) star in this drama as a wealthy London couple who, while speeding hrough the Moroccan desert to attend an old friend’s lavish weekend party, are involved in a tragic accident with a local boy. When they attempt to cover up the incident, the boy’s father arrives seeking justice, setting the stage for a culture clash with life-altering repercussions for all. The Forgiven begins streaming Friday, November 18.
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For details about the November premieres of shows from Australia and New Zealand, visit The Down Under TV Place. For info about the debuts of original-language, English-subtitled programs from Europe, visit The Euro TV Place. And for that of a select list of titles from other countries, visit The Global TV Place.