There are a slew of great shows coming to streaming in November, so you're in luck -- Screener is here to cut through the noise and point you toward the six best new streaming offerings.
'Lucky Romance' Season 1, Hulu, Nov. 1
South Korea has been exporting some excellent TV in recent years and "Lucky Romance" is just the latest offering. This rom-com chronicles the relationship of Shim Bo-nui (Hwang Jung-eum), a free spirit into superstitious and fortune-telling, and Je Soo-ho (Ryu Jun-yeol), a straight-laced CEO, and it looks utterly adorable.
'The Crown' Season 1, Netflix, Nov. 4
Queen Elizabeth II is Britain's longest-lived and the world's oldest reigning monarch and "The Crown" tells her epic story, beginning with her wedding in 1947. The Netflix show is expected to span her life right up to present day, with Claire Foy playing the queen in the early part of her reign.
'Red Oaks' Season 2, Amazon, Nov. 11
If you didn't watch Amazon's cute '80s comedy when it first debuted on Amazon, now is the time to get caught up and jump in on Season 2. It's a gem, highlighted by '80s stars Jennifer Grey and Paul Reiser in supporting roles.
'The 100' Season 3, Netflix, Nov. 16
The CW's "100" has quietly become one of TV's best dramas. Season 4 is debuting midseason in 2017 and it is completely worth your while to watch the first three seasons on Netflix.
'Lovesick' Season 2, Netflix, Nov. 17
Formerly known as "Scrotal Recall," this British import follows Dylan (Johnny Flynn) as he is diagnosed with chlamydia and must track down previous sexual partners to inform them of his diagnosis.
'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,' Netflix, Nov. 25
It is not an exaggeration to call the "Gilmore Girls" revival the most highly-anticipated show of 2016. Here's hoping it doesn't disappoint fans, who have been waiting for nearly 10 years for an update on their favorite Stars Hollow residents.