Prepare your martini — shaken, not stirred, of course — because a slew of classic James Bond movies are headed to Hulu in November. They’ll join the original horror film Run, starring Sarah Paulson as a mother with a very singular — and terrifying — bond to her daughter, and Greta Thunberg documentary I Am Greta as the biggest film releases on the streaming service this month.
Original series include No Man’s Land, a story about the Syrian civil war told through the eyes of a young French man searching for his presumed dead sister; Eater’s Guide to the World, a travel series narrated by Maya Rudolph about the most unexpected places to score an epic meal; the rebooted version of Animaniacs; and the original FX on Hulu limited series A Teacher.
Other additions include more fall TV premieres hitting ABC and NBC this month. Read on to find out what else is headed to the streamer and what’s leaving in November.
Rick and Morty: Season 4 (2019)
Description: Mad scientist Rick Sanchez moves in with his daughter’s family after disappearing for 20 years and involves them in his wacky adventures in this animated comedy.
Critics Consensus: Rick and Morty’s fourth season is both an exciting progression and a delightful return to form that proves more than worth the two-year wait.
Premiere Date: November 1
A Teacher: Miniseries (2020)
Description: Claire Wilson (Kate Mara), a young teacher at a suburban Texas high school, has an affair with her student, Eric Walker (Nick Robinson) as they navigate the complexities and consequences of a predatory relationship.
Premiere Date: November 10
I Am Greta (2020)
Description: In August of 2018, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old student in Sweden, starts a school strike for the climate. Her question for adults: if you don’t care about her future on earth, why should she care about her future in school? Within months, her strike evolves into a global movement. Greta, a quiet Swedish girl on the autism spectrum, is now a world famous activist. The team behind I Am Greta has been following the young activist from her very first day of school strike.
Premiere Date: November 13
Animaniacs: Season 1 (2020)
Description: They’re back! Warner brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and the Warner sister Dot, have a great time wreaking havoc and mayhem in the lives of everyone they meet. After returning to their beloved home, the Warner Bros. water tower, the Animaniacs waste no time in causing chaos and comic confusion as they run loose through the studio, turning the world into their personal playground. Joining Yakko, Wakko and Dot, fan-favorite characters Pinky and the Brain will also return to continue their quest for world domination.
Premiere Date: November 20
Description: They say you can never escape a mother’s love… but for Chloe, that’s not a comfort — it’s a threat. There’s something unnatural, even sinister about the relationship between Chloe (newcomer Kiera Allen) and her mom, Diane (Sarah Paulson). Diane has raised her daughter in total isolation, controlling every move she’s made since birth, and there are secrets that Chloe’s only beginning to grasp. From the visionary writers, producers and director of the breakout film Searching, comes a suspense thriller that shows that when mom gets a little too close, you need to RUN.
Premiere Date: November 20
Christmas Cookie Challenge: Complete Season 1 (Food Network)
Flip or Flop Fort Worth: Complete Season 1 (HGTV)
Giada’s Holiday Handbook: Complete Seasons 1 – 4 (Food Network)
Holiday Gingerbread Showdown: Complete Season 1 (Food Network)
Kids Halloween Baking Championship: Special (Food Network)
Macy’s Thanksgiving Cake Spectacular: Special (Food Network)
Malaysia Kitchen: Special (Cooking Channel)
Tia Mowry at Home: Complete Seasons 1 – 3 (Cooking Channel)
Ultimate Thanksgiving Challenge: Complete Season 1 (Food Network)
The Christmas Tale (2005)
General Commander (2019)
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Complete Season 10 (Bravo)
Vik the Viking (2020)
12 Pups of Christmas (2019)
A Christmas Movie Christmas (2019)
Christmas Crush (2019)
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