With this cold november nor do you feel like going out, better stay at home and check what Netflix has prepared for you between series and film premieres, as well as documentaries that address various genres.
The streaming platform It also comes loaded with a pre-Christmas atmosphere so you can start celebrating the holidays.
On November 22 it opens Dolly Parton: Christmas in the Plaza. The joy of the holiday season ends when a woman tries to sell her village land. Can music, magic and memories make her give up?
The story of Regina Fuller, the meanest woman in town, and a dazzling angel (played by singer Dolly Parton) who will help her become a better person through music. It is a film directed by Debbie Allen with Dolly Parton, Christine Baranski, Treat Williams, Jenifer Lewis, Josh Segarra.
Hillbilly: A Country Elegy it also opens on the 22nd. A Yale student receives a call that takes him back to his hometown of Ohio, where he reflects on three generations of family history and his future.
Arrives on Netflix Xtraterrestrial Christmas this November 20. A young elf mistakes a little alien for a Christmas present, but his new toy has plans: destroy Earth’s gravity and steal the presents. So the only thing that can save the world is the generosity of the Christmas spirit … and a little alien named X.
Also premiered are Scott Pilgrim vs. the exes of his dream girl and King Kong, both on November 22.
Voices of Fire United for the Gospel. In this spiritual docuseries, Virginia State Bishop Ezekiel Williams creates an uplifting choir of non-traditional gospel music with the help of his nephew, Superstar Pharrell Williams, while trying to find the perfect choir for the Hampton Roads church.
On the first day the casting begins, the singers who choose to join the choir give their chest C to Bishop Ezekiel Williams and three expert musicians. On the second day, the nerves are on the surface and the judges and Pharrel Williams They are looking for exceptional vocalists who know how to convey primarily emotion and energy.
You can not miss the premiere of We Are The Champions (We are the champions). Explore a selection of world-class competitions – from quirky to bizarre – and meet their fiery communities in this docuseries.
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