What's new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in November

"Death By Magic" explores the magicians who gave their all for their art. It's on Netflix in November.

"Death By Magic" explores the magicians who gave their all for their art. It's on Netflix in November.

Between holidays and cooler weekends, November is prime time for hanging at home and catching up on new shows and movies. And November is proving to be one hell of a month on the Big Three streaming services — that's Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.

We've got the final season of House of Cards. We've got the first season of Homecoming with Julia Roberts on Amazon Prime Video. Hulu has — wait for it — the entire series of the late-'80s and '90s classic Married ... With Children.

So, basically, there's no need to leave the house for the next month or so. We've got the full lists over at CordCutters.com, so hit the links below and give things a once-over.

What's coming to Netflix in November

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What's coming to Hulu in November

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