What to see on Netflix Prime 10 Rankings on November 19th

The Netflix Top 10 list doesn't show how many people watch a program, but it does show which shows the most people watch. The top 10 list for Thursday, November 19, has hardly changed since yesterday. Crown season 4 is still at # 1 – it's one of Netflix's biggest shows and will likely stay on top for a long time – followed by the new stand-up special Kevin Hart: Zero F ** ks Given at No. 2 and The Queen & # 39; s Gambit at # 3. The only new addition to the list is a fairly random appearance by Survivor.

But of the Netflix Top 10, which of these shows and movies are really worth watching? We break down the entire Netflix top 10 list and walk you through what to do and what to skip.

The best TV shows and movies on Netflix in November 2020

Based on Netflix's Top 10 as of Thursday, November 19th

1. The crown

For fans of: Palace intrigue, the royals | It is good?: It's the best season so far

The ambitious, decade-long drama series about Queen Elizabeth II is back in season two with Olivia Colman at the helm and season four overall, adding two major characters to the mix: Margaret Thatcher (the great Gillian Anderson) and Princess Diana (Emma Corrin ), both of which clash with the queen. Your addition breathes new life into the series that remains one of the greatest on television. (Rank yesterday: 1)

2. Kevin Hart: given zero f ** ks

For fans of: Lifestyles of the rich and famous | It is good?: Not particularly, but it's not terrible either

Kevin Hart filmed his latest special in his own living room during the pandemic. Netflix built him a stage and a masked and detached audience came over to watch him tell jokes in his fancy pajamas. His living room is big enough for a comedy show. He's got a very unusual life, and that's what this special is about. (Rank yesterday: 2)

3. The Queen's Game

For fans of: Chess, drugs and character drama | It is good?: It's one of the best shows of the year

Budding superstar Anya Taylor-Joy (she was cast as Young Furiosa in the next Mad Max movie) stars in this literary adaptation as Beth Harmon, a brilliant but troubled chess master in Kentucky in the 1950s. She was an orphan who developed an incredible skill for gaming in her teens, but also a debilitating addiction to pills that calmed her obsessed mind. It's a detailed character study of brilliance and madness that is usually reserved for male characters. It comes from one of Netflix's limited series producers, Godless & # 39; Scott Frank. (Rank yesterday: 3)

4. Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2

For fans of: Children's book adaptations, Bill Hader | Is it Well?: Not as good as the first cloudy, but still pretty good

The mythology of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is too complicated to simply jump in and see this without seeing the first. You won't understand how food falls from the sky because of … science. Just kidding, this movie is fun for the whole family, no explanation required. (Rank yesterday: 4)

5. Boss Baby: Back in business

For fans of: Dreamworks face | Is it Well?: Children want to see the boss who is a baby

The Boss Baby is now the CEO of the baby company and competes with another baby company. Capitalism! (Rank yesterday: 5)

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6. Survivor

For fans of: Reality competition shows | Is it Well?: Good enough to be on TV for 20 years

There are currently two seasons of Survivor on Netflix, Cagayan (season 28) and Heroes & Villains (season 20), both of which are considered one of the best of the 40 seasons of the groundbreaking reality show. So if you've never seen Jeff Probst's show, these might be the ones to get you there. (Rank yesterday: n / a)

7th Cocomelon

For fans of: Singalongs, nursery rhymes | Is it Well?: Small children love the Coco

Cocomelon, a multi-platform children's television phenomenon, is consistently in the Netflix top 10 as new content is added all the time. Preschoolers can't get enough of these, and parents hear the songs in their sleep. (Rank yesterday: 7)

8. The Grinch

For fans of: Spoilsport | It is good?: It's good

Benedict Cumberbatch speaks to Dr. Seuss & # 39; legendary green man who learns to love Christmas. You know the story and this CG customization doesn't add much to it. But it doesn't distract from it either. It's better than the Jim Carrey version, but not as good as the original version. (Rank yesterday: 8)

9. Jingle Jangle: A Christmas journey

For fans of: Christmas, musicals, Christmas musicals | Is it Well?: It's pretty adorable

Legendary toy maker Jeronicus Jangle (Forest Whitaker) loses everything after being betrayed by his friend (Keegan-Michael Key) who steals his most precious creation. Jangle's granddaughter (Madalen Mills) sets off on a vacation adventure with the help of a long-forgotten invention to get her back. There's music, dancing, roughly a million celebrity cameos, and loads of Christmas cheer when you get in the market for it. (Rank yesterday: 6)

10. American horror story

For fans of: Ryan Murphy, frequent pop culture references | It is good?: Some seasons are better than others

Season 9 of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series was recently released on Netflix. 1984 is set in a summer camp and pays homage to the slasher films of the 80s. If you're already a fan of American horror history, you'll be delighted to hear that the nostalgic backdrop "was the perfect setup for the signature one-liners and pop culture references" the show became known for. If you're not a fan yet, 1984 might not be the best season, but it's still fun. (Rank yesterday: 10)

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