The best November movies, TV shows, books and music

The best November movies, TV shows, books and music
The best November movies, TV shows, books and music

welcome to culture dogInsideHook’s deep dive into the most important cultural events of the month, pop and otherwise.

The sequel to Rian Johnson’s entertaining murder mystery (starring Daniel Craig) gets a star-studded sequel, now also starring Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom and more. This one involves a murder on a private Greek island. (November 23 in theaters; December 23 on Netflix)

More new movies coming to the big and small screen: Bizarre: the story of Al Yankovic (November 4, The Roku Channel); Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11, cinemas); Fiery (November 11, Apple TV+); The Fabelmans (Nov. 11, cinemas); White noise (Nov. 25, theaters)

This Rob McElhenney comedy about wildly dysfunctional video game developers enters season three with a clash between two competing companies and a dive into the metaverse, which is pretty much designed for satire as it is. (November 11, Apple TV+)

More returning TV shows: The crown (November 9, Netflix); Yellowstone (November 13, Paramount+); dead to me (November 17, Netflix); London Gangs (November 17, AMC+); The Kingdom: Exodus (November 27, MUBI)

Why hasn’t anyone ever done a brunch-centric reality/cooking show? Dan Levy takes on the task, although this competition seems much friendlier and supported by candidate chefs who are serious about helping their own communities. Consider this the antithesis of Gordon Ramsay, fueled by mimosa and wellness. (November 10, HBO Max)

More new series: blockbuster (November 3, Netflix); king of tulsa (November 13, Paramount+); Pitch Perfect: Bumpers in Berlin (November 23, Peacock); echo 3 (November 23, Apple TV+); willow (November 30, Disney+)

“The Philosophy of Modern Song” by Bob Dylan

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Bob Dylan – who has won a Nobel Prize for Literature – returns with his first new book since 2004. Here, he actually talks about the music of other legendary artists in 60 essays, dissecting everyone from Nina Simone to Hank Williams and more by Elvis Costello. (November, 1st)

More new books: Barkley: A Biography (November, 1st); we are the light by Matthew Quick (November 1); Surrender: 40 songs, one story by Bono (November 1); dickens and prince by Nick Hornby (November 15); Cocktail hour! The Ultimate Guide to Adult Pleasure by Paul Feig (November 15);

On Only the strong survive, the iconic New Jersey rocker tackles an array of classic R&B, soul and early rock. Do we need a Springsteen cover album? Maybe, maybe not, but it will make dads (granddads?) everywhere happy (and the first single is a pretty heavy-hitting version of “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)”).

More new music: Billy Joel (live album, November 4); Morris Day (November 11); Guns ‘N Roses (box set, November 11); Neil Young with Crazy Horse (November 18); Tom Petty (live album, November 25)

A four-part documentary series about music producer Phil Spector, but which mainly focuses on what happened the night of February 3, 2003, when actress Lana Clarkson was shot dead in her mansion. (November 4, Showtime)

More new documentaries and specials: good night Oppy (theatres Nov. 4, Prime Video Nov. 23); Meet me in the bathroom (Nov. 4, cinemas); master of light (November 16, HBO); Mickey: the story of a mouse (November 18, Disney+)

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