8 Amazon Originals to check out in November 2019

Jack Ryan -- Photo credit: Jonny Cournoyer/Amazon Studios
Jack Ryan -- Photo credit: Jonny Cournoyer/Amazon Studios /

Amazon brings a mixed slate of programming next month. Here’s a look at all eight Amazon Originals making their way to Prime Video in November 2019.

Like every other month, Amazon has a mixture of original and third-party content hitting the streamer next month. Whether you’re ready for action, the end of a saga, or a feel-good movie, you’re covered with eight great Amazon Originals on Amazon Prime Video in November 2019.

It’s worth delving into each of the Originals. After all, there is something for everyone, including something for the children. The list includes three TV shows, three movies, and two specials for children to get excited about. Here are the eight Amazon Originals to look out for in November 2019.

Jack Ryan Season 2

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There are a couple of highly anticipated TV shows heading to Amazon Prime Video next month. The first is Jack Ryan Season 2, which lands on the streamer on Nov. 1. There isn’t much longer to wait for the next part of the story.

Jack Ryan will head to South America to the Venezuelan jungle after tracking a suspicious shipment of what could be illegal arms. However, he soon threatens to uncover a conspiracy that lands him back with his original team.

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The Man in the High Castle Season 4

The second highly anticipated series has to be The Man in the High Castle Season 4. It’s time to see how it all ends. America is rebelling against the Nazis, while Juliana learns what happens in the various worlds that she’s been a part of.

Meanwhile, Kido will need to face demons of the past and the Smiths will need to see if they can reconcile after Helen’s recent actions. Is there a way to stop the Nazis or will they win this war?

The Man in the High Castle Season 4 drops on Nov. 15.

The Feed — Photo Credit: Matt Squire — Acquired via EPL.TV
The Feed — Photo Credit: Matt Squire — Acquired via EPL.TV /

The Feed Season 1

Just recently, Amazon released the trailer for new series The Feed. This is one of those Amazon Originals that comes from the UK and has already aired over there, but now U.S. audiences get a chance to see it.

The Feed is named for the tech used in the series. Based on the book of the same name, we follow the Hatfield family. Lawrence created a new technology that could be implanted into everyone’s brain. It should be good to share information and emotions, but what happens when people become murderous? Soon, the family is driven apart to protect and control.

The Feed is released on Nov. 22.

One Child Nation

The first of the movies on Amazon Prime Video in November 2019 is One Child Nation. It’s a documentary, following China’s enforced one-child policy for 35 years. Filmmakers Nafu Wang and Jialing Zhang spend time with various members of the population, both victims and perpetrators, to look at the propaganda, the consequences for going against the policy, and more.

You’ve heard of the news that could be reported from the outside. Now it’s time to understand more about it from the inside. You can watch One Child Nation on Nov. 8.

The Report

After a short release in the theaters, Adam Driver’s The Report will come to Prime Video later in the month. Based on a true story, the movie follows Daniel J. Jones, who is given the task to investigate the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, created after 9/11.

Jones is relentless to uncover the truth. Is it delivering the results it needs or is this a brutal secret that the American public needs warning about? Released in theaters on Nov. 15, you’ll be able to watch the second of the three Amazon Originals movies on Nov. 28.

Brittany Runs A Marathon — Photo Credit: Courtesy of Amazon Studios
Brittany Runs A Marathon — Photo Credit: Courtesy of Amazon Studios /

Brittany Runs a Marathon

For those who need a feel-good movie in November, you’ll want to turn your attention to Brittany Runs a Marathon. The movie follows Brittany, who loves partying and drinking. however, her relationships are toxic and she’s constantly underemployed. When her new doctor advises her to make a few changes rather than give her the Adderall she’s trying to score.

Brit decides it’s time to get healthy. What starts as running a block or two becomes a goal to run the New York City Marathon. This is one of those movies about an underdog and about someone who wants to positively change her life.

Brittany Runs a Marathon will be on Amazon Prime Video on Nov. 22.

Costume Quest: Christmas Special

Now it’s time to turn to the releases for the families. The first of the Amazon Originals is the Costume Quest special. It’s Christmas in Auburn Hollow but that isn’t going to stop something from turning up to cause problems. Monster hunter Silvia Razer is looking for paranormal activity.

Soon, Wren and her group of friends need to use their magic costumes to face their new foe. Can they do it in time for the Christmas Festival of Cheer?

You’ll be able to watch Costume Quest: Christmas Special on Nov. 22.

L.O.L Surprise: Winter Disco Movie

Finally, it’s all about the L.O.L. Surprise: Winter Disco Movie. The L.O.L. Surprise Unboxed set has been hit by snow, leaving Tahani and Mykal-Michelle snowed in with no power. What’s even worse, they have no WiFi! All the girls can do is tell a story, which leads to this animated world of adventure at the most epic party of the year.

Children will love spending time exploring the world of L.O.L. You can start watching it on Nov. 1.

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What are you watching on Amazon Prime Video next month? Which Amazon Originals stand out for you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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