ITV November 2023 monthly highlights

Published Mon 11 Sep 2023


ITV November 2023 monthly highlights

  • Archie, the drama covering the life of Hollywood’s greatest leading man - Cary Grant - and starring Jason Isaacs launching at the end of the month
  • Films on ITVX from 1st November include There Will Be Blood, The Social Network, Apocalypto, Mamma Mia: Here we Go Again! and many more. Jonathan Ross: Much Watch Films launching on 2nd November
  • The ‘Cons and Swindles’ strand of documentaries continues with In Search of Instagram’s Worst Con Artist streaming from 2nd November
  • Cons and Swindles - The Great Erection Deception: The Stiff Nights Story and Cons and Swindles: The Football Fraudster launching on 9th November
  • JFK: The Home Movie that Changed the World launching on 16th November
  • ITVX Kids titles launching this month include Agent 203, DC Superhero Girls, Teen Titans Go, Gamers 2037, Lego Friends, Teletubbies Let’s Go, Polly Pocket Series 4 and Barbie: A Perfect Christmas



1st November 

Feature films:

Contemporary dramas added to ITVX this month include The Social Network (2010) starring Jesse Eisenberg, There Will Be Blood (2007) starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Whale Rider (2002) starring Keisha Castle-Hughes. Thrillers Apocalypto (2006), starring Rudy Youngblood, Escape Plan 2 (2018) starring Sylvester Stallone and Priest (2011) starring Paul Bettany will also be available to view. Lastly, for lighter viewing, users can enjoy musicals Cadillac Records (2008) starring Beyonce or Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! (2018) featuring Meryl Streep, or comedies Paul Blart Mall Cop (2009) and Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 (2015) both starring Kevin James.

2nd November 


Jonathan Ross: Must Watch Films

Jonathan Ross’ monthly film recommendations cover a selection of the best films available on the service including JFK (1991), Dunkirk (1958), Capricorn One (1977), The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976), Dr. Strangelove (1964), Charade (1963) and more.

In Search of Instagram’s Worst Con Artist (part of ‘Cons and Swindles’ season)