Top 10 Things to Read, Watch & Listen to from November 13-19

1. Elite, Season 6 (Netflix) (November 18)


After the chaotic and dark events of season 5, the gang faces another rocky term at Las Encinas High. In anticipation, make sure to revisit our old interview with actor Andre Lamoglia, discussing his romantic scenes with Manu Rios. 

YEM Exclusive Interview: André Lamoglia explains what it was like creating those intimate scenes with Manu Ríos on Elite in celebration of pride month

2. Disenchanted (Disney+) (November 18)


A decade after finding her happily ever after, Giselle (Amy Adams) starts to question her life of bliss, upending the lives of those in Andalasia and the real world as a result. Needing more magic in your life? Check out our list of the ten best fictional places to live in film and television. 

Top 10 Best Places to Live from Film & TV

3. The Do-Over by Lynn Painter (November 15)

The Do-Over

A horrendous Valentine’s Day leaves Emilie Hornby going to grandma’s house for comfort. However, she wakes up in her own home, and discovers that it’s Valentine’s Day all over again. Forced to repeatedly relive the mortifying events thereof, Emilie must decide whether or not she wants to remain such a passive viewer to her life. While you’re at it, peruse this week’s New Book Tuesday listicle. 

New Book Tuesday: November 8th

4. The Santa Clauses, Episodes 1 & 2 (Disney+)

The Santa Clauses

In the first two chapters of this heartwarming new series, Scott Calvin, aka Santa Claus (Tim Allen) begins losing his magic, leading him to question who should uphold his legacy at the North Pole.

5. YEM Exclusive Interview/with the cast of ‘One of Us is Lying’

One of Us is Lying

YEM recently had the opportunity to sit down with the cast of the new series ‘One of Us is Lying’, and boy, was it an exciting one! You can read our full interview right here. 

YEM Exclusive Interview | with the cast of “One of Us is Lying”

6. Slumberland (Netflix) (November 18)


This fantastical adventure follows Nemo (Marlow Barkley), a girl who finds a secret gateway to the world of Slumberland, and with the help of an outlaw (Jason Momoa), seeks to be reunited with her father (Kyle Chandler).

7. A Means to an End by Olivia O’Brien (November 18)

A Means to an End

In this micro-album from the pop sensation, she talks all about heartbreak, isolation and betrayal, with the tracks ‘Gone Girl’, ‘Never Be the One’, and ‘What Are We?” While you’re jamming out to this, look over our recent article on Joshua Bassett’s single ‘She Said He Said She Said’. 

She Said He Said She Said

8. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery/Official Trailer/Netflix (YouTube)

Glass Onion

If you loved Knives Out, you’ll adore this sensational followup to the 2019 hit whodunit, with a whole new supporting cast, including Outer Banks, Season 3 star Madelyn Cline, who plays Whiskey Cody, the devious wife of Duke Cody (Dave Bautista). In the trailer for this latest installment, detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is taken to Greece for his latest case, a private murder mystery party that becomes all too real.

Outer Banks Season 3 Teaser

9. Girl of My Dreams by Fletcher (Music album) (November 18)

Girl of My Dreams

In this totally honest new album from Fletcher, she takes you on a lyrical, rhythmic journey of heartbreak, healing, and self-love, with tracks like ‘Guess We Lied’, ‘Better Versions’, and ‘Birthday Girl’. On the subject of new music to check out, take a look at last week’s New Music Friday article. 

New Music Friday: Anti-Bullying

10. Margot Mertz for the Win by Carrie McCrossen & Ian McWethy (November 15)

Margot Mertz for the Win

After class president candidate Margot Mertz is taken out of the running by a mysterious blackmail scheme, she decides to volunteer for Shep Green’s state senate. While discovering she actually likes being part of a team, Margot ends up aiding another campaign from Roosevelt High. When asked to investigate an anonymous email threatening Shep’s campaign, she falls back into her old ways.