7 new family movies and TV shows streaming in November

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1. Home Sweet Home Alone (Disney Plus)

This is the last opus of the Alone at home franchise and follows the story of Max Mercer, a young boy who accidentally left home while his family is visiting Japan for vacation. (Of course, you probably already knew the plot, right?) Disney is promoting it as a “reimagining” of classic movies. This new edition has the burlesque violence that we expect, but remains in family territory. Rated PG for slapstick violence, coarse material and some language.

2. Animal (Netflix)

This Netflix documentary series reveals stunning footage of some of the world’s most elusive animals, including marsupials, octopuses and big cats. Bryan Cranston, Rebel Wilson, Rashida Jones and Pedro Pascal recount it. Season 1 is only four episodes long, but Netflix has already ordered a season 2. Netflix’s nature documentaries aren’t as impressive as the BBC’s, but they’re still worth watching for lovers of the movies. animals. TV-PG.

3. Simply Christmas by Mark Lowry (On demand)

Lowry celebrates the 30th anniversary of his most famous song, Mary did you know, in this special two-hour concert. The show will feature the story behind the song – which was written in 1984 and released in 1991 – as well as a lot of Christmas fun. “It still moves me today when I sing it,” Lowry told Crosswalk. It will air on December 1 on 7 Central on Demand. Visit MarkLowryChristmas.com.

4. Boz the bear (Minno)

A happy green bear joins the neighborhood children on fun adventures to learn about the world and the Word of God. Topics include sharing, helping each other, and resorting to the love of God. This is the latest excellent series from Minno, the Christian children’s streaming service. Season 1 has 15 episodes. Visit GoMinno.com.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox

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