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By Randee Dawn

Netflix has more great programming than anyone could possibly consume in their lifetime. So how do you know where to start? Here's TODAY's special list of recommendations for November that you won't want to miss — from new releases to classics. So get ready to settle into your sofa, and chill inside while it's getting chillier outside!

All New

Robin Wright takes over in the final season of "House of Cards."
Robin Wright takes over in the final season of "House of Cards."Courtesy of Netflix

"House of Cards"

Francis Underwood is out; long live President Claire Underwood. Here's hoping the country can survive her, as the sixth and final season of the series that got us to seriously binge kicks off. (Nov. 2)

John Leguizamo puts on his teaching hat "Latin History for Morons."
John Leguizamo puts on his teaching hat "Latin History for Morons."Courtesy of Netflix

"John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons"

Leguizamo brings his one-man Broadway show to the small screen as he examines 3,000 years of Latino history, from the Aztecs to Latin patriots of the American Civil War. (Nov. 4)

Can we have one of each? "The Great British Baking Show" is back!
Can we have one of each? "The Great British Baking Show" is back!Courtesy of Netflix

"The Great British Baking Show"

On your marks, get set — binge! That's right, the greatest of all the baking shows returns for another season with 12 new bakers and a low-drama, highly satisfying production that should be the model for all reality programs going forward. (Nov. 9)

Michael Douglas returns to the screen as an acting coach in "The Kominsky Method."
Michael Douglas returns to the screen as an acting coach in "The Kominsky Method."Courtesy of Netflix

"The Kominsky Method"

If you're a fan of Chuck Lorre and have been wondering what Michael Douglas is up to lately, here's the show for you, in which Douglas stars as an actor-turned-acting coach. (Bonus: Alan Arkin is also featured!) (Nov. 16)

"A Christmas Prince" should get you fully in the mood for the upcoming holidays.
"A Christmas Prince" should get you fully in the mood for the upcoming holidays.Courtesy of Netflix

Also add to the queue: "Angela's Christmas" (Nov. 1); "Outlaw King" (Nov. 9); "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" (Nov. 16); "The Final Table" (Nov. 18); "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet" (Nov. 22); "1983" (Nov. 30); "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding" (Nov. 30)

Certified Classics

Matt Damon shows off his smarts in "Good Will Hunting."
Matt Damon shows off his smarts in "Good Will Hunting."Courtesy of Netflix

"Good Will Hunting" (1998)

How do you like them apples? Matt Damon's breakout role (which he wrote with pal Ben Affleck, who also makes a brief appearance) does the math for us, and the solution is to watch this classic all over again. (Nov. 1)

Let's make magic in the kitchen with Meryl Streep in "Julie and Julia."
Let's make magic in the kitchen with Meryl Streep in "Julie and Julia."Columbia Pictures

"Julie & Julia" (2009)

Amy Adams and Meryl Streep never share a scene in this film, but we can't get enough of their aspirational kitchen dreams — particularly when Streep so perfectly channels the late Julia Child. (Nov. 1)

"The English Patient" is romantic and tragic. Get out your hankies!
"The English Patient" is romantic and tragic. Get out your hankies!Alamy

"The English Patient" (1996)

One of the more romantic weepies of the past few decades, watch the love triangle of Colin Firth, Ralph Fiennes and Kristen Scott Thomas, with bonus meddling from Willem Dafoe. (Nov. 1)

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN : AT WORLD'S END 2007 Walt Disney Pictures film with Johnny Depp at left and Orlando Bloom. Image shot 2007. Exact date unknown.
Johnny Depp steals hearts and gold in "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End."Alamy

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" (2007)

Pirates ahoy! Get ready for more adventures with Captain Jack Sparrow and his not-so-hearty band of fellow seafarers in this this third film in the franchise. And guess what? It's not even rated Arrrrr. (Nov. 4)

Also add to the queue: "Children of Men" (2007) (Nov. 1); "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" (1977) (Nov. 1); "Sixteen Candles" (Nov. 1); "The Pixar Story" (2007) (Nov. 18)

Going, Going ... Gone!

CRUEL INTENTIONS 1999 Columbia film with Sarah Michelle Gellar at top, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon are full of "Cruel Intentions."Alamy

"Cruel Intentions" (1999) (Nov. 1); "Jurassic Park" (1993) (Nov. 1); "Steel Magnolias" (1989) (Nov. 1); "Anna Karenina" (2012) (Nov. 12); "Paddington" (2015) (Nov. 16).

Don't be remote! Be sure to check back right here in December to see what Netflix has coming up next.