Expect fan-favourites like Army Daze and more this November on Netflix.
Netflix’s new offerings for November look set to entertain you through to the end of the year.
Highlights include the hilarious Army Daze, supernatural encounters in the long running local horror series, Incredible Tales, and a new Spongebob movie going straight to the streaming service instead of cinemas.
Here’s our list of six new shows to catch on the streaming service this November.
Based on the 1987 theatre play, Army Daze explores the lives of bumbling recruits doing their Basic Military Training and forming comradery with each other in the process.
Fondly remembered for its humour, Army Daze is a trip down memory lane to anyone who went through National Service and, an interesting insight into Basic Military Training for everyone else.
Don’t miss the hilarious scene where the recruits are learning to camouflage themselves in the jungle using leaves!
A series about supernatural encounters in Singapore and around the region, Incredible Tales has sent a chill down the spines of many Singaporeans since it started in 2004.
Featuring material submitted by viewers of the show, legends as well as stories written by authors like Russell Lee, Netflix features some of the best episodes from the series.
The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the run was originally due to be released in cinemas this year but that plan was shelved due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The third film in the Spongebob franchise, Sponge on the Run is the first to be fully animated with CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery) instead of 2D animation.
The movie talks about Spongebob’s pet snail, Gary, being snatched away. This leads Spongebob and his best friend, Patrick Star, to rescue the pet in an adventure which takes them both far beyond the comforts of Bikini Bottom.
Keanu Reeves even appears as a magic tumbleweed, in line with the Spongebob movies tradition of having a celebrity cameo.
Dive into the lives of dedicated Singaporean police inspectors who crack cases involving rape, drunk driving and, organ sales among others.
First released in 1998, starring Lim Yu Beng and Chong Chia Suan and featuring many two-parter episodes, Triple Nine’s third season can now be enjoyed by a new generation of Singaporeans.
A drama about a wealthy shipping family and sibling rivalry, Masters of the Sea is a local classic notable for being the first full-length English drama series to be produced in Singapore. Released in 1994, it is a forerunner to today’s Mediacorp dramas.
Series star, Ng Chin Han would later go on to roles in Hollywood movies including The Dark Knight and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Olivia Colman returns to the role of Queen Elizabeth II, (also after coincidentally portraying Queen Elizabeth’s mum in 2012’s Hyde Park on Hudson) as the hit series documenting the Queen’s life continues.
Season 4 covers events such as Margaret Thatcher’s premiership and introduces Princess Diana of Wales into the series.
For the full listing of titles available on Netflix Singapore in November, click here.
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