Just like that, Halloween is over, the days are getting shorter, Thanksgiving and the holiday season are here, and you need new content to stream.
- “Doctor Who”: The series will be having its 60th anniversary, along with that, some specials debuting the 14th Doctor played by David Tennant and bringing back his former companion Catherine Tate. The first special will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on Saturday, November 25. Additionally, the rebooted show’s 13 previous seasons are available to stream on MAX. “Classic Doctor Who” can be streamed on Britbox, as well as the special “An Adventure in Time and Space,” which is a TV special all about how the show was created can also be streamed on Britbox.
- “Rick & Morty”: New episodes for its seventh season currently premiere Sunday nights at 11 p.m. ET on Adult Swim. The previous seasons of the show can be streamed on MAX and Hulu.
- “Friends”: In tribute to the recently passed away Matthew Perry, “Friends” is a series many can and should be streaming right now. It can be streamed on MAX.
- “Go On” and “The Odd Couple” (2015 series): Again, both these shows starred Matthew Perry and could be good to stream right now. “Go On” can be streamed on Vudu and XUMO TV, and the 2015 version of “The Odd Couple” can be streamed on Paramount+ for free with ads on Pluto TV.
- “The Crown” (Season 6, Part 1): The first part of the newest season of this show premieres on Netflix on Thursday, November 16.
- “Stuck in Love”: With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, this film has not one, but THREE Thanksgiving dinners in it. It can be streamed on Peacock and with ads on Tubi, Pluto TV, and Amazon Freevee.
- “Instant Family”: Once again, a film where one of the major aspects about it is the Thanksgiving dinner. The film stars Mark Wahlberg and can be streamed on Paramount+.
- “17 Again”: With the recent death of Matthew Perry, this movie could use a good watch. It is available to stream on Prime Video.
- “The Ron Clark Story”: It’s not a very well-known film out there, but it does star Matthew Perry and that is just enough of a reason to stream this movie. It can be streamed on Peacock and with ads on Tubi, PLEX, and Amazon Freevee.
- “Catch Me If You Can”: It’s a great film to watch this time of the year, especially with the cooler weather coming and holiday season. It is available to stream on Netflix and Paramount+.
- “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”: This is a classic to rewatch every year and perfect when it comes to being a family-friendly special. It can be streamed on Apple TV+ and there will be dates later this month that will allow fans to stream it for completely free.
- 2023 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: As much as we love Charlie Brown, the Thanksgiving Day Parade is always something good, fun, and casual to stream on Thanksgiving morning. It will air live at 8:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, November 23, on NBC and streaming live on Peacock. The parade is also said to start airing at 9 a.m. on CBS and being live-streamed on Paramount+ too.
- Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs (NFL): Both teams are having good seasons here, and to make the game more interesting, it is being played in Frankfurt, Germany. The game will be played at 9:30 a.m. ET, Sunday, November 5, on NFL Network and NFL+.
- LSU vs. Alabama (College Football): This is a major SEC conference matchup and will be played on the national stage at 7:45 p.m. ET, Saturday, November 4, on CBS and streaming live on Paramount+.
- NASCAR Cup Series Championship: It will be raced at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Arizona and will be the finale to the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season. It will begin at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 5, on NBC and streaming live on Peacock.
- Packers vs. Lions (NFL): It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without watching the Detroit Lions. The game will be played at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, November 23, on FOX.
- Ohio State vs. Michigan (College Football): It’s not only arguable the biggest rivalry in the Big 10 Conference but also in college football overall. The game will be played at 12 p.m. ET, Saturday, November 25, on FOX.