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Alex Rodriguez sends good vibes to Jennifer Lopez after marrying Ben Affleck

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Netflix throws so much content at us from one week to the next that, sometimes, our regular curated preview of upcoming Netflix releases can feel a little like that fan-favorite bit on Saturday Night Live — the one where Stefon was always talking up New York’s hottest new clubs. With apologies to Bill Hader’s overly enthusiastic regular guest on Weekend Update, though, next week’s slate of releases coming to the streaming giant really does have everything (you can’t see it, but I’m covering my face with my hands right now, Stefon-style).

Danny Ocean Would Be Proud! George Clooney's Net Worth In 2022 Is a 'Ticket to Paradise'

  Danny Ocean Would Be Proud! George Clooney's Net Worth In 2022 Is a 'Ticket to Paradise' You just know George Clooney’s net worth has to be insanely impressive. He is one of the most famous people on the planet and has been for decades. The handsome and charming actor is constantly in the headlines for his movies and his personal life. Known as a modern day Cary Grant, Clooney has made his own mark on Hollywood history. He is undoubtedly one of the best success stories after making the transition from television, specifically the hit series ER, to movies, like Ocean’s Eleven, Michael Clayton and the upcoming Ticket to Paradise.

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Enola Holmes 2

If you’re ready for a new family-friendly Netflix original film, for example, the sequel to 2020’s Enola Holmes has you covered there.

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In one of the few instances that I can recall of a massive star of a Netflix original series hopping over to lead a Netflix original movie, Enola Holmes (and Enola Holmes 2, coming on November 4, although it’s in select US theaters now) stars Millie Bobby Brown of Strangers Things fame as the younger sister of the most famous detective in all of fiction.

The Watcher's Season 1 Ending, Explained

  The Watcher's Season 1 Ending, Explained The Watcher might lack closure in its first season but it ends on a haunting note that'll leave fans quite perturbed over Dean and Nora's marriage.Netflix's new series The Watcher focuses on Bobby Cannavale's Dean and Naomi Watt's Nora Brannock at their Westfield mansion in New Jersey. Based on a true story, The couple is antagonized by a mysterious stalker who sends malicious, intrusive letters to them, and even sneaking in at times. These events cause the family a lot of psychological torment, though thankfully, Dean hires Theodora to help investigate.

In this follow-up to the original film, Sherlock’s sis has now opened a detective agency of her own, in an attempt to follow in the footsteps of the elder Holmes. Eventually, a penniless matchstick girl comes to Enola with a job, asking for her help in finding the girl’s missing sister. That single case takes Enola from London’s factories to its music halls, to elite corners of high society — and even to 221B Baker Street. In other words, the game is once again afoot.

Blockbuster + more Netflix releases

Next up, it really doesn’t get much more simultaneously ironic and nostalgic than Netflix making a half-hour comedy set in a Blockbuster store. That’s the very same video rental chain that Netflix … oh, who am I kidding, I don’t really need to finish that sentence.

Blockbuster, which hits Netflix on November 3, has so much going for it, I actually don’t even know where to begin. I mentioned the irony and nostalgia inherent in a comedy like this, but it’s also got sweetness in spades, too.

Australian state investigates 40 years of unsolved anti-gay hate killings

  Australian state investigates 40 years of unsolved anti-gay hate killings A government inquiry in Australia's most populous state has begun hearing evidence of unsolved killings attributed to anti-gay hate over four decades.The Special Commission of Inquiry into LGBTIQ Hate Crimes in New South Wales is the “first of its kind anywhere in the world,” a lawyer assisting the inquiry, Peter Gray, said at the hearing’s outset in Sydney.

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Randall Park plays Timmy Yoon, a wide-eyed dreamer who comes to learn that he’s operating the very last Blockbuster video store in the US. Commence an us-against-them fight to stay relevant, led by Timmy and his employees (who include his long-time crush Eliza, played by Melissa Fumero).

And if all this wasn’t enough, the timeline continues bending in on itself, with Netflix’s Blockbuster press material adding one final feel-good thought about the story at the heart of this series: “The only way to succeed is to remind their community that they provide something big corporations can’t: Human connection.”

When you couple the inherent nostalgia for a simpler albeit more analog time in all our lives with the presence of cast members like Park and Fumero — and the fact that the Blockbuster series comes from the writers of comedy classics like Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine — the new show would seem to have all the makings of a comedic TV gem that just might fill the Office-sized hole in hearts like mine.

Women who made the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

  Women who made the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio has been operating since 1983. The foundation awards membership based on musicians' achievements over the entire course of their careers, so they are usually inducted later in life. However, there has been a lot of controversy over there being a very low proportion of women inducted compared to men. Dolly Parton asked the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to remove her from the running once she found out she was nominated because, as she said in a statement on social media, "Even though I am extremely flattered and grateful to be nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, I don't feel that I have earned that right. I really do not want votes to be split because of me, so I must respectfully bow out." Regardless, the beloved country music legend was voted in, and finally inducted on November 5, where she was also a headliner of the ceremony. "I'm a rock star now!" she shouted as she accepted the honor. "This is a very, very, very special night." Parton added that she would have to retroactively earn her spot, which she kicked off by donning a lot of black leather. Other women who made the cut include Pat Benatar, who was inducted alongside her longtime musical partner and husband Neil Giraldo, and performed 1983's 'Love is a Battlefield.

The Fabulous

For those of us who can’t get enough of the streamer’s expansive library of Korean content, meanwhile, next week’s Netflix releases will also add another title on that front: The Fabulous, an 8-episode K-drama about the dreams and the romances among a group of friends who dedicate themselves to the fashion industry.

Coming on November 4, definitely put this one on your list if you loved the 2017 K-drama I Am Not a Robot. The ridiculously likable lead actress in that one, Chae Soo-bin, is one of the friends here in The Fabulous.

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Additional titles

For fans of Netflix’s documentary-style releases, next week will also include a few new titles along those lines, too:

Killer Sally: This 3-episode docuseries unpacks the story of one of the most notorious crimes in the world of bodybuilding. The crime, a deadly shooting, happened on Valentine’s Day in 1995. Ray McNeil was a national bodybuilding champion, shot dead by his wife Sally (also a bodybuilder) as he was choking her. Sally claimed it was in self-defense, and pointed to a history of domestic abuse. Prosecutors argued that it was pre-meditated murder, calling Sally a “bully” while the media chimed in, dubbing her a “brawny bride.” Release date: November 2.

Dave Chappelle tackles Ye, antisemitism on 'SNL': 'I don't think Kanye is crazy at all'

  Dave Chappelle tackles Ye, antisemitism on 'SNL': 'I don't think Kanye is crazy at all' Dave Chappelle spent most of his "Saturday Night Live" monologue discussing Kanye West and antisemitism, and sent up Herschel Walker and Donald Trump."I denounce antisemitism in all its forms. I stand with my friends in the Jewish community," said Chappelle, before turning to the camera and adding, "And that, Kanye, is how you buy yourself some time.

Buying Beverly Hills: From Netflix’s official description: “Buying Beverly Hills is a new real estate docu-soap following the agents and clients within Mauricio Umansky’s The Agency in Beverly Hills, California. Mauricio, his daughters Farrah and Alexia, and the talented group of agents highlight the high-stakes world of luxury real estate in Los Angeles.” Release date: November 4.

One more new Netflix release (that fans have been waiting so long for)

Finally, we’re just days away from the return flight, pun absolutely intended, of the canceled-and-now-resurrected sci-fi series Manifest, with Part 1 of its fourth season debuting on Netflix on November 4.

For a quick catch-up, here’s what the streamer says you need to know about the forthcoming new episodes:

“Two years after the brutal murder of Grace turned their lives upside down, the Stone family is in shambles as a devastated Ben continues to mourn his wife and search for his kidnapped daughter, Eden. Consumed by his grief, Ben has stepped down from his role as co-captain of the lifeboat, leaving Michaela to captain it alone, a near-impossible feat with the passengers’ every move now being monitored by a government registry. As the Death Date draws closer and the passengers grow desperate for a path to survival, a mysterious passenger arrives with a package for Cal that changes everything they know about Flight 828 and will prove to be the key to unlocking the secret of the Callings in this compelling, mind-bending, and deeply emotional journey.”

Aaron Carter: Death certificate revealed as disturbing details come to light

  Aaron Carter: Death certificate revealed as disturbing details come to light Aaron Carter died at the age of 34, and now, his official death certificate and details surrounding the scene at his home have been revealed.The pop star passed away on November 5 in Lancaster, California, when his housekeeper found him in the bathtub. Now, more details have been revealed in the aftermath.

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I’ve said it before, but one of my favorite entertainment storylines to watch unfold last year was the way the fandom around Manifest pulled together to engineer one of the most grassroots un-cancellations in recent TV history. Part of what made it so much fun to watch was also that fans didn’t simply beg Netflix to bring back Manifest.

The fans got organized. And they re-watched the absolute heck out of this drama — which unceremoniously had the rug pulled out from under it by NBC before creator Jeff Rake could finish telling the story he wanted to tell.

Thanks to all the re-watching, Manifest die-hards kept the show at the top of Netflix’s TV charts for so long that the streamer really had no choice. Fans made Manifest — still in its canceled state — the #1 show on Netflix for weeks. The #SaveManifest hashtag dominated social media, leaving Netflix with pretty much no choice but to say: Okay, people, we get it. We’ll un-cancel your dang show.

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Entire internet tells Lauren Boebert to sit the f*ck down after she tweets about Colorado Springs shooting .
The gay-hating, gun-loving congresswoman was quickly told her "thoughts and prayers" weren't wanted.The attack happened at Club Q in Colorado Springs. 911 calls started rolling in shortly before midnight, and officers and ambulances arrived at the scene within minutes.

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