Showtime has announced the movies, TV shows and sports programming coming to the service in November. The Showtime November 2022 lineup includes docuseries Spector, The L Word: Generation Q Season 3, The Circus Season 7, Ziwe Season 2, and much more.
A true crime nailbiter, four-part docuseries Spector examines the life of legendary music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector and the tragic murder of actress Lana Clarkson in his Los Angeles mansion. With each episode, the docuseries unravels what happened on the fateful night of Feb. 3, 2003, and how each characters’ destinies became intertwined.
Building on the drama and suspense of last season, The L Word: Generation Q is back with unexpected conflicts, old secrets, and new flames as this season’s characters continue their quest for love. Follow characters Bette Porter (Jennifer Beals), who is on the brink of a devastating letdown or startling confession after Tina (guest star Laurel Holloman) appears at her door.
Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) also returns from rehab and discovers news about Sophie (Rosanny Zayas) that threatens both her sobriety and their relationship.
Season seven of The Circus concludes with an hour-long finale on Nov. 13 as Democrats and Republicans battle for governorships, congressional seats and more in the midterm elections while former president Donald Trump faces serious investigations since leaving office.
As the GOP aims to control both chambers of Congress and backlash to the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe vs. Wade continues, The Circus dives in to capture this exhilarating and divisive moment in American history.
The Showtime November 2022 slate also includes Showtime Championship Boxing, which kicks off with a rousing skirmish between unbeaten Super Middleweight Champion, David Morrell Jr. and his undefeated challenger, Aidos Yerbossynuly in the main event from Minneapolis’ The Armory on Saturday, Nov. 5.
Later in the month on Friday, Nov. 18, Bellator MMA light heavyweight titlist Vadim Nemkov is back for round two against the No. 1-ranked Corey Anderson for a massive $1 million grand prize.
Throughout November, Showtime subscribers also have access to a handful of exceptional fall collections, including the “All Aboard the Thanksgiving Express, Nonstop to Dysfunction Junction!” collection and “The Sweltering Cinema: Deadly Passion” collection.
You can view the Showtime November 2022 originals, followed by the movie release schedule and streaming collections, below.
SHOWTIME NOVEMBER 2022 ORIGINALS
SPECTOR – Streaming Docuseries Premiere: Friday, November 4 | Finale: Sunday, November 27
Spector examines how the destinies of Phil Spector and Lana Clarkson became intertwined with the report of a fatal shooting of a woman at the eccentric French chateau style mansion in Los Angeles owned by the legendary music producer. The victim was Lana Clarkson, a charismatic and once prolific film actress whom he had met just that night.
Through the lens of this notorious crime and the infamous trial which followed, this four-part documentary series peels back the layers of what actually happened that night to tell the stories of both Clarkson and the man who was convicted of her murder.
In doing so, Spector re-examines the life and career of an important yet enigmatic cultural figure of the 20th century — a man responsible for countless hit records, including “Be My Baby,” “Da Do Run Run” and “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feeling” — and a bygone era of Hollywood and the music industry.
THE L WORD: GENERATION Q – Streaming Season Premiere: Friday, November 18
Picking up right where the dramatic season two cliffhanger left off, The L Word: Generation Q continues to follow the cast of characters as they struggle with secrets, old scars and new flames on their search for “the one.” Bette Porter (Jennifer Beals) is on the brink of a devastating letdown or startling confession after Tina (guest star Laurel Holloman) appears at her door; while they determine their future together, their daughter Angie (Jordan Hull) embraces her new freedom at college, finding love in all the wrong places.
At the bungalow, Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) returns from rehab and discovers news about Sophie (Rosanny Zayas) that threatens both her sobriety and their relationship. Meanwhile, Dani (Arienne Mandi) and Micah (Leo Sheng) both attempt to take major steps forward in their relationships, but Gigi’s (Sepideh Moafi) baggage and Maribel’s (guest star Jillian Mercado) temper put their plans to the test.
The drama heightens as Shane (Kate Moennig) and Tess (Jamie Clayton) grapple with secrets that could tear them apart for good, while Alice (Leisha Hailey) questions whether she’ll ever find her soulmate, or if she’s doomed to be alone forever. Rosie O’Donnell and Donald Faison also return to guest star in their roles of Carrie and Tom, respectively.
ZIWE SEASON 2 – Six new episodes premiere starting on Friday, November 18
The second installment of episodes from Season 2 will feature Ziwe’s signature sit-down interviews with guests including Michael Che, Julia Fox, Amber Riley, Blake Griffin, Joel Kim Booster, Bob The Drag Queen, DeRay Mckesson, Drew Barrymore and Wayne Brady.
Ziwe will also feature special guest appearances by Marie Faustin, Benito Skinner, Chloe Cherry, Aparna Nancherla, River L. Ramirez, AnnaSophia Robb, John Reynolds, Larry Owens, Amy Sedaris, Laura Benanti, Scott Adsit, Jackie Hoffman and Josh Sharpe along with musical performances by Ziwe, sketches and more.
THE CIRCUS: INSIDE THE GREATEST POLITICAL SHOW ON EARTH – Streaming Docuseries Finale: Sunday, November 13
Hosted by John Heilemann, Mark McKinnon, and Jennifer Palmieri, The Circus returns to capture the exhilarating eight-week sprint to Election Day, with Democrats and Republicans facing off in what may be the most consequential midterm election in modern history. With Biden’s approval ratings flagging amid economic headwinds, the GOP aims to seize control of both chambers of Congress and derail the administration’s agenda.
Signs of a potent backlash to the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe vs. Wade could bolster the Democratic defense, and while Republican kingmaker former President Donald Trump weighs a presidential run, multiple investigations are accelerating into his role in fomenting the January 6th insurrection, attempts to overturn the 2020 election, and his handling of classified documents since leaving office.
The Circus will pull back the curtain on this extraordinary and precarious moment for America.
SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING: MORELL VS. YERBOSSYNULY – Saturday, November 5, 9 p.m. ET /6 p.m. PT
Unbeaten Super Middleweight Champion David Morrell Jr. takes on undefeated challenger Aidos Yerbossynuly in the main event from The Armory in Minneapolis. Morrell has thrilled the crowd at this historic venue in his adopted hometown with vicious KOs in each of his last three fights.
Yerbossynuly earned a shot at Morrell after delivering a statement KO of Lennox Allen. Plus, former unified champion Jeison Rosario takes on veteran contender Brian Mendoza and unbeaten middleweight Fiodor Czerkaszyn vs. Nathaniel Gallimore.
BELLATOR 288: NEMKOV VS. ANDERSON 2 – Friday, November 18, 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT
Bellator MMA light heavyweight titlist Vadim Nemkov immediately rematches No. 1-ranked Corey Anderson in the Bellator Light Heavyweight World Grand Prix Final with the winner taking home the coveted $1 million grand prize.
Nemkov is perfect in eight Bellator fights while many believe Anderson was on his way to becoming the new champion before the first Nemkov fight was stopped due to an accidental headbutt. Plus, Patricky “Pitbull” defends his lightweight belt against undefeated, No. 1-ranked Usman Nurmagomedov.
A look at the movies that will be available as part of the Showtime November 2022 lineup.
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1
Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
A Night at the Roxbury
Before I Go to Sleep
Bridget Jones’s Diary
But I’m a Cheerleader
Daughter of the Wolf
Dead in Tombstone
Dead Again in Tombstone
Enemy at the Gates
Ernest Saves Christmas
Heaven Can Wait
Hello, My Name is Doris
How to be a Latin Lover
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Kramer vs. Kramer
Leap of Faith
Let the Right One In
Murder By Numbers
Out of the Blue
Rhapsody of Love
Ruby in Paradise
S.O.S. Survive or Sacrifice
Sense and Sensibility
Summer of Sam
The Blues Brothers
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Devil’s Advocate
The Frozen Ground
The Golden Child
The House of Mirth
The Ladies Man
The Mod Squad
The Nanny Diaries
The Social Network
The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2
Three Days of the Condor
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 4
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 13
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 21
Mr. Malcolm’s List
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 23
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 24
Jerry and Marge Go Large
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 25
Meet Me in the Bathroom
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 26
In addition to the Showtime November 2022 schedule, you can check out these collections on the streaming service next month.
ALL ABOARD THE THANKSGIVING EXPRESS, NONSTOP TO DYSFUNCTION JUNCTION!
20th Century Woman, August: Osage County, Birthmarked, C’mon C’mon, Hit the Road, How to be a Latin Lover, Lady Bird, Last Call, Mermaids, Ordinary People, Rachel Getting Married, Sense and Sensibility, The Birdcage, The Family, The Great Gilly Hopkins, The Humans, The Ice Storm, The In-Laws, The Nanny Diaries, and The War With Grandpa.
SWELTERING CINEMA: DEADLY PASSION
Barbarella, Before I Go to Sleep, Body Heat, Climax, Color of Night, Out of the Blue, and X.