Check out these five new TV arrivals that are sure to keep you entertained all throughout November.
The Crown, which chronicles the ups and downs of the British royal family, will finally tell the story of Princess Diana in its fourth season.
Emma Corrin (Pennyworth), who plays a young Diana, says the role is an exciting one because "this is the Diana no one knows about," she tells Variety. "We all know what she was like when she was older, there’s so much, too much footage of her."
And it seems the later part of the Princess Of Wales' life will also be told in great detail as Elizabeth Debicki (Tenet) has been cast to play the older Diana for Seasons Five and Six.
The Crown Season Four premieres Nov 15 on Netflix.
The Flight Attendant
Cassie leads a carefree, high-flying life as a flight attendant. Her world turns upside down when she wakes up in a hotel to find that her one night stand dead.
Cassie doesn't remember what happened. Afraid, she leaves the dead body behind and rushes off to her job as if nothing had happened.
But her past soon comes back to haunt her when the police begins asking questions. The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco leads the cast.
The Flight Attendant premieres Nov 26 on HBO Go.
This K-drama is set to become the next big thing, what with its hefty production budget (RM2.4mil per episode) and juicy storyline.
Set in a 100-storey luxury apartment building, Penthouse follows the lives of its wealthy inhabitants who will do anything to outdo each other.
In walks Oh Yoon-hee, a woman from a family of little means, who fights tooth and nail to join the upper class and give her daughter a better life. Starring Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-yeon and Eugene.
Penthouse is available on Astro Go.
We Are The Champions
How far can your pet frog jump? How fast can you get to the finish line while rolling a wheel of cheese?
Unconventional as they may sound, these are real competitions which draws ardent contestants and spectators every year.
We Are The Champions discover quirky, unusual contests you've never heard of around the world.
We Are The Champions premieres Nov 17 on Netflix.
The Last Promise
Ornrapee (Aff Taksaorn) thought she'd never loved again after her husband passed away while she was expecting their first child.
Deep in her heart, the single mum still yearns to be reunited with her deceased husband. One day, she finds out that her husband has been reborn as Tichong (Tor Thanapob).
However, Tichong is 24, the same age as Ornrapee’s son.
The Last Promise is available on Dimsum Entertainment.
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