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Vehicular Viewing: New on Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu for November 2019

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Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu new releases

November ushers in a diverse lineup of new releases on the three major streaming sites. If you’re into cars, here are the movies and TV shows you’ll want to catch next month on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.

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Drive (11/1)

As you might guess from the title, this new heist flick from Bollywood will feature plenty of vehicular action, most of it involving car chases and street racing.

Grease (11/1)

High school romance, 1950s nostalgia, memorable tunes, and vintage rides — “Grease” has it all. While you’re watching this beloved 1978 musical, feast your eyes on classic cars like the 1949 Mercury Custom, the 1949 Dodge Wayfarer, and, of course, the 1948 Ford De Luxe “Greased Lightning.”

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Training Day (11/1)

This 2001 cop thriller is the one where Denzel Washington plays the bad guy. He drives a customized 1979 Chevy Monte Carlo muscle car, too, and it looks really cool.

Kingpin (11/1)

The Farrelly brothers followed up “Dumb and Dumber” with this uproarious 1996 bowling comedy starring Woody Harrelson, Randy Quaid, and a 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible. (This movie is also coming to Hulu in November.)


Booksmart (11/18)

Now is the perfect time to catch up with this Olivia Wilde-directed film, which tanked at the box office earlier this year despite its funny, raunchy twist on the traditional teen comedy. The movie’s cars of note include a sticker-plastered Volvo wagon and a flame-decorated Pontiac, and a pair of key scenes feature a creepy pizza delivery driver and a Lyft-moonlighting high school principal.

Framing John DeLorean (11/5)

This fascinating new documentary explores the strange-but-true life story of the notorious entrepreneur best known for manufacturing the time-traveling car in “Back to the Future.”

NOS4A2: Season 1 (11/26)

In this TV adaptation of the acclaimed horror novel by Joe Hill, the supernatural baddie lures children into his black 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith and feeds on their souls.