Hey, no need to feel any FOMO this season when you’ve got Netflix. After all, TV makes you smarter, right? This being autumn and all, it’s staying-in-and-out-of-the-cold season. What better way to do that than by snuggling on the couch and watching a movie or binge-watching an entire season of a TV show? With over 50 titles being released in the month of November, Netflix has options to keep you occupied. Since the holidaysare right around the corner, there are a few choices that make this month’s list that will get you into the festivities :)

Originals Coming to Netflix in November

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Making good on their promise to release a Netflix show every six months, Marvel is serving up season one of Jessica Jones (11/20), a new series starring Krysten Ritter as an ex-superhero with a past. Also, Aziz Ansari stars in the comedy Master of None: Season 1 (11/6) as a 30-year-old actor in New York trying to figure out his life.

Check out John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid (11/13), a comedy special, if you’re looking for a laugh (or 10.) Brand new sketch comedy series With Bob and David: Season 1 (11/13) also promises to be a riot. Another original called Seven Deadly Sins: Season 1 (11/1) that’s about a deposed princess, with the help of evil knights, fighting her way back to her throne — which sounds like Daenerys Targaryen if you ask me.

If you’re in the mood for thrillers and mystery, check out River (11/18) featuring the inimitable Stellan Skarsgård as a detective tormented by the deaths of his partner. Of course, there’s also a new kid’s option as well: Care Bears & Cousins: Season 1 (11/6) revisits the beloved bears and their adventures.

Movies Coming to Netflix in November

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It’s totally cuffing season, so let’s jump in with one of the greatest romances (and tragedies) of all time with Anna Karenina (11/12) with Keira Knightly as a the title character. Indie dramedy The Last Time You Had Fun (11/1) is about four dysfunctional adults trying to figure out love and their lives. There’s also straight comedy with People, Places, Things (11/15) starring Flight of the Conchords’ Joel Clement as a newly-single father.

Also dropping are couple of documentaries like Kurt Cobain documentary Soaked in Bleach (11/15), a behind-the-scenes look at Raf Simons’ turn as artistic director at Dior in Dior and I (11/14), Do I Sound Gay? (11/3) — a fascinating look at voice inflection and sexual orientation.

We know Halloween will be over in all, but in case you still want to spook yourself, consider The Midnight Swim (11/3). Holiday faves like Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure (11/1) are here to get you in the holiday mood.

Nicolas Cage stars in The Runner (11/5) as a politician disgraced by a sex scandal. On the subject of philandering, A Perfect Man (11/28) is about an unfaithful husband falling for his wife again when she pretends to be someone else on the phone. And see Geoffrey Rush in the thriller The Best Offer (11/28) about an heiress seducing the director of an auction house and stealing all his paintings. For some musical goodness, there’s Amapola (11/5) set during the 1982 war for the Falkland Islands.

For the kids, there’s The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (11/1), Thomas & Friends: The Christmas Engines (11/1) and if you want to see Rihanna’s cartoon-voicing effort, check out Home (11/25).

TV Shows Coming to Netflix in November

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Ah, TV marathons. Check out a new teenage comedy show with a self-explanatory title Worst Year of My Life, Again: Season 1 (11/1) which sounds like a combo of Groundhog and cult classic Freaks and Geeks.

Young & Hungry: Season 2 (11/13) about food blogger hired as a personal chef for a young tech tycoon is a show for the foodies and lovers.

Another new show to check out is Christela (11/16), a Mexican-American law student living the American dream. Canadian sci-fi thriller Continuum (11/15) returns with season four as does Ultimate Spider-Man: Season 3 (11/23), Gringolandia: Season 3 (11/25), and Liv and Maddie: Season 2 (11/23).

What will you be adding to your Netflix queue in November? Let us know in the comments.