The Dirtiest Movies & TV Shows Coming To Netflix In November
October is quickly coming to a close, which means it's time for another Netflix turnover. Now, before you start freaking out about whether your favorite shows are leaving Netflix for good, keep in mind that we only say goodbye to the old in order to to say hello to the new. In other words, don't be sad, because Netflix is adding a whole bunch of fun things for you to marathon in November — including a handful of Netflix Originals, like a new season of Lovesick and the highly anticipated Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life revival. If those shows aren't your thing, though, don't worry: There's something for everyone. For instance, if you're looking for something a little more...risqué, there are also a ton of dirty movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this November.
As always, what makes a movie or TV show dirty varies depending on one's definition of the word and opinion on content. For the sake of this list, I'll say that dirty means anything that errs on the side of crude humor, pushes the envelope in sexual content, or, really, is just plain sexy. Here are the dirtiest movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in November.
Alfie (2004) — Nov. 1
Remember when Jude Law was the Hollywood heartthrob? Alfie was Law in his prime.
Ravenous (1999) — Nov. 1
Ravenous doesn't seem so much dirty as it does dark, but we'll call it dirty because of how gross the whole cannibal subplot is.
Just Friends (2005) — Nov. 4
Pre-Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds was just a hot guy trying to win over the girl of his dreams in this R-rated comedy.
Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie — Nov. 16
It's a Jackass movie, so, yeah, it's pretty dirty.
Lovesick, Season 2 — Nov. 17
Previously titled Scrotal Recall, Lovesick is back for Season 2! Expect more sex, awkward dates, and hilarity.
Ghost Team (2016) — Nov. 30
It's unclear how dirty this ghosthunters horror/comedy really is, but I'll put it on the list just to add some variety. If you want something slightly dirty, but still low enough on the dirty-scale you could watch with your parents, Ghost Team is probably your safest bet.
Now, go forth and stream!
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