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Shows To Watch This November On Hulu and Amazon Prime Video

Shows To Watch This November On Hulu and Amazon Prime Video

Both Amazon Prime and Hulu have disclosed their November delights in cheering up their winter fans. Let’s check what is available at these comprehensive platforms this November 2018.

Homecoming, Available on Amazon Prime from November 2nd:

Amazon’s November treat, Homecoming, would enthrall its viewers. The good news is that Julia Roberts is now playing Heidi Bergman. The series is a directorial showcase of Mr. Robot’s Sam Esmail. Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg have penned the script for this podcast adaptation. The series is the podcast version of the same name, aired in 2016, and ran for almost a year.

The story surrounds Heidi Bergman, a psychologist who previously facilitated veterans to adapt to their civilian life. However, the present-day Heidi is working as a waitress. The intertwining of flashbacks with present-day settings is the real essence of this mystery drama. The conventional saga sparks up when there is an inquiry about Heidi’s former career and why she quit. The suspense blooms when it appears that Heidi can’t recall anything. Is Heidi intentionally hiding the facts, or has she forgotten her past? The jigsaw puzzle awaits a resolution this November on Amazon Prime.

Michael Clayton, available on Amazon Prime from November 9th:

Michael Clayton (George Clooney) works as a fixer at a law firm. In the last days of his career, Michael Clayton was called to deal with his colleague’s (Wilkinson) problem. The fellow attorney was defending a multimillion-dollar suit; consequently, the sufferer turned into a psychologically challenged being. This Tony Gilroy 2007- thriller will be available on Amazon Prime on November 9th.

Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams, available on Amazon Prime from November 16th:

The band ‘Cold play’ has announced a new documentary, A Head Full of Dreams, exhibiting Coldplay’s vibrant 20-year history. The film will stream on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, November 16th, in the UK, US, Australia, and New Zealand. The local language versions will soon be available globally after the U.K. release. A Head Full of Dreams showcases a comprehensive description of the band’s outstanding success. The band that emerged from the dark backdrops of Camden pubs is now ruling the global arenas. It will be interesting to watch this doc on Amazon Prime.

Big Hero 6, available on Hulu from November 10:

Big Hero 6 is the first Disney animated movie featuring Marvel characters. Additionally, Walt Disney Animation Studios developed all-new software technology to craft the 3D animated scenes in this forthcoming movie. The animated tale is about Hiro, a robot freak, in San Fransokyo. Moreover, in the movie, the boy will combat a masked devil. The film will show the boys as he exploits all his tech intellect to stop the bad guy. Hiro, along with his few fellow genius kids, will fight for good. Later, Hiro and his robot will mate with Baymax, eventually taking the Avatars of high-tech crusaders and saving the world. Big hero six will be available on Hulu on November 10th.

Dietland, available on Hulu from November 2:

Dietland is an American dark comedy television series by Marti Noxon. The series is based on the novel of the same name by Sarai Walker. Firstly, the series defines current multidimensional chaotic issues faced by females. The plot also highlights several miseries associated with plus-sized women, including unjustified beauty standards, body shaming, misogyny, and rape. Furthermore, the ghostwriter for New York’s hottest fashion magazines is sourcing Plum Kettle’s, striving for self-awakening. Plum has to pick her part to play in these unwarranted and perplexing surroundings. The series is available on Hulu from November 2.

eXistenZ, available on Hulu from November 9:

This Sci-Fi drama has presented us with a new concept of technology. The tale narrates the future story where video games invade the human spine. The plot reveals the story of Video game designer Allegra Geller (Jennifer Jason Leigh). The designer had invented a virtual reality game called eXistenZ. However, after some life-threatening incidents, Allegra hired Ted (Jude Law) as her bodyguard. In an attempt to save her game from some evil felons, Allegra, thus, implants the video game into Ted’s body. Unfortunately, the game pod carries a damaged copy of eXistenZ. Later, Allegra and Ted have to handle a complicated series of consequences. The whole series broadcasts an exclusive show hanging between reality and virtual displays. The series will be available on Hulu from November 9th.