Many of us might be stuck back in some form of stay-at-home lockdown but the good news is there’s plenty of new TV to watch.
November sees the arrival of delayed series on network TV, as well as many prestige offerings on such networks as HBO, FX, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
And starting to be sprinkled into schedules is an array of holiday programming as the long countdown to Christmas begins.
Nov. 5: CBS’ B Positive (series premiere)
Nov. 9: HBO’s Industry
Nov. 10: FX on Hulu’s A Teacher (10-episode limited series)
Nov. 11: Netflix’s The Liberator (series premiere)
Nov. 12: ABC’s Station 19 (fourth-season premiere) and Grey’s Anatomy (17th-season premiere)
Nov. 15: Netflix’s The Crown (fourth-season premiere)
Nov. 16: HBO’s His Dark Materials (second-season premiere)
Nov. 17: ABC’s Big Sky (series premiere)
Nov. 20: Amazon Prime Video’s Small Axe Anthology (limited-series premiere)
Nov. 21: HBO’s Between the World and Me (original film)
Nov. 23: FX’s Black Narcissus (three-part one-night event)
Nov. 26: HBO Max’s The Flight Attendant