10 Best TV Shows To Watch On Paramount+ For November 2021
The streaming service Paramount+ has lined up a spectacular array of content that it plans to release throughout the month of November.
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Though it is relatively new to the streaming game, Paramount+ has already shown that it is ready, willing, and able to distribute a wide variety of content, from reality series to science fiction dramas. Throughout the month of November, the streamer will be releasing a host of television shows, most of which are continuations of existing properties, though there are some newbies also set to premiere.
Regardless of anyone’s particular viewing tastes, there’s sure to be something in their new catalog to satisfy.
Love & Hip Hop Miami, Seasons 1–2 (November 3)
The streamer hits the ground running in the first part of the month, with a release of the first two seasons of the reality series Love & Hip Hop Miami. The series focuses on the lives of several people in Miami who are involved in the hip-hop industry.
Even though it is a reality series with lots of great couples and their drama, it still manages to tackle some significant issues, including misogynoir, as well as thorny questions about the presence of colorism and Eurocentrism within the Latinx community.
Awkward, Seasons 1–5 (November 3)
There are many teenage dramas that have occupied a lot of space on television, many of which are quite rewatchable, and Awkward falls into that category.
Throughout its five seasons, it garnered praise for the way that it depicted the teenage struggles of its central character, Jenna, who endures an accident that is then mistaken for a suicide attempt. What’s more, as the series progresses she continues to grow and develop, becoming not just a caricature but a fully-drawn character, which is sometimes very rare in teenage dramas.
Teen Mom Season 8 (November 3)
On the reality front, Paramount+ will begin streaming the eighth season of the long-running series Teen Mom. As its title suggests, the series focuses on the lives of young mothers, particularly the struggles that they face as they navigate their new family lives.
During its run, it has had a variety of different cast members, some of whom were famous even before they came on the series, most notably Bristol Palin. Beneath its sensationalist appearance, the series does address issues of particular interest to young women.
My Super Sweet 16 Seasons 1-2, 4-10 (November 10)
Part of the pleasure of reality TV is watching very wealthy people engage in the sort of excesses that only people with an absurd amount of money can afford to splurge on. That is a key appeal of My Super Sweet 16, several seasons of which will begin streaming on the service in the middle of the month.
Unsurprisingly, the series also involves the sorts of histrionics familiar to anyone who watches reality TV of this sort, including tantrums on the part of the young people who are celebrating the titular birthdays.
Air Warriors Season 8 (November 10)
Those who are more technically minded should find much to enjoy about the series Air Warriors, now going into its eighth season, which will begin streaming on Paramount+ toward the middle of the month.
Each episode of the series focuses on a particular aircraft–many of which have become iconic in their own rights–guiding viewers into the fascinating stories that led to their creation, as well as giving the stories of those involved in their invention and maintenance.
The Game, Series Premiere (November 11)
The series The Game has had a long and interesting journey in terms of network location, for while it began as a sitcom for the CW, it has subsequently appeared on BET and now, with its new iteration, specifically and exclusively on Paramount+.
Though it began its life as a straightforward sports sitcom, it slowly became more of a drama addressing serious issues, and that trend continues in the revival, which manages to capture what made the original series so popular while also charting its own path.
The Challenge: All Stars, Season 2 (Paramount+ Original) (November 11)
The Challenge, like many other reality series, succeeds in part because it has an established formula that keeps it going from one season to the next.
Those who were fans of the original show will also find much to enjoy about this version, which features a group of twenty-two contestants of previous seasons, all of whom will be competing for a prize of $500,000. It will begin streaming toward the middle of the month, giving fans some competition-fueled viewing headed into the holiday season.
Mayor of Kingstown (November 14)
While most of the streamer’s offerings during the month of November focus on reality television and existing programs, they will be introducing a new thriller series, Mayor of Kingstown, toward the middle of the month. The series boasts a strong cast, headlined by Jeremy Renner and Dianne Wiest (famous for her work on the long-running Law & Order).
Though it is a thriller, it will also address a number of contemporary social issues, particularly those surrounding incarceration and systemic racism as these issues affect the McClusky family.
Star Trek: Discovery, Season 4 (November 18)
There are few science fiction television franchises as beloved as Star Trek, which has spawned numerous television series, movies, and books.
This iteration, which is set before the original, focuses on the character of Michael Burnham and the adventures of the Discovery. It has been highly regarded by critics and is seen as one of the best entries in the series, and it has currently earned four seasons, the most recent which is slated to appear toward the end of the month of November.
Texas 6 Season 2 (November 18)
The sports documentary is another genre that has a long history in the medium, and one of the most recent entries is the series Texas 6, with a second season that will appear on Paramount+ during the last part of the month of November.
Football is the focus of the series, as the team attempts to win a championship, but the story is also very much about the role that the sport plays in a small town and the way the town engages with the players and their struggles.