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New to Netflix: Miles Morales swings onto the streaming service

Missed us last week? We gave Netflix recommendations a bit of a break last week to make way for some spooky Halloween flicks. However, we had to come back this week as it’s all about the exciting arrival on a certain webslinger.

We know it’s quite easy to find a big list of what’s new to Netflix on the internet but just seeing the names is quite obviously not good enough for helping you decide. 

With our list, we pick out the choices that catch our eye and give you an insight into why it may be worth checking out as well as if it’s suitable for kids as well as the odd trailer. Read on to find your next binge-watch and be sure to bookmark this page as we’ll be updating it each week.

Related: Check out our full Netflix review

What to watch on Netflix this week

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse (2018) (November 6)

An animated Spider-Man movie fronted by the guys behind 21 Jump Street is not necessarily something that would get the ol’ superhero juices flowing but sceptics were swiftly proved wrong come its cinematic release.

Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse introduces Mile Morales to the mainstream in a heart-pounding, heartstring-pulling, gorgeously animated thrill ride that, even in the midst of the MCU climax, arrived as one of the best superhero movies ever. Watch it, love it, watch it again.

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What Netflix series should I watch?

  • The End of the F***ing World Season 2 (November 4)

The End of the F***king World super fans will have likely already caught the second season of the show when it arrived on E4 and All 4 in the UK but we know many came to it when Season 1 cropped up on Netflix.

Now, the stellar Season 2 has made its way to the streaming service. The second installment offers a different flavour to the first and focuses a lot more on the sharp, complex and endlessly interesting Alyssa.

The show is unrelenting in its emotion, personality and comic book-like aesthetic, adding a cracking performance from Naomi Ackie (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) to really shake things up.

What to watch on Netflix for kids

  • The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run (November 5)

The first Spongebob movie came out way back in 2004, with the charismatic and clumsy Sponge now spanning more than one generation of nippers. 

Spongebob is back for 2020 and, this time, he’s on the run. Join Mr. Squarepants and all his usual buddies for some kid-friendly howls and an updated animation style that’s a true feast for the eyes.


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