Recently, Netflix has been losing more big-name movies than it's been adding. Remember how many shows jumped ship for Hulu? So the additions to Netflix this November are rather ho-hum, but Amazon Prime has been doing the exact opposite.
Already boasting one of the largest entertainment catalogs on the Web with over 40,000 choices, Amazon Prime Instant Video will be adding some gems in November, including "Seven Years in Tibet" starring Brad Pitt, Chris Rock's latest comedy special "Top Five," the History Channel's hit "Vikings" and season seven of the MTVs heavily popular "Teen Wolf."
There's also a brand new original series on the way. "Man in the High Castle" takes places after World War II and explores what the world would be like if the Nazis won. It's generating a lot of buzz, so be sure to check it out! (Available now)
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Here's the full list of what's coming:
Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights
The Enemy Below
The Newton Boys
The Adventures of Milo and Otis
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
The Mask of Zorro
Seven Years in Tibet
The Yes Men Are Revolting
Outrageous Sophie Tucker
The Joe Show
Catch Me Daddy
Mr. Selfridge (Season 3)
Dying of The Light
Vikings (Season 3)
Only God Forgives
Teen Wolf (Season 5)
Kate & Leopold
Falling Skies (Season 5)