Netflix added a number of new things to watch over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Oscar winners The King’s Speech and Hugo are now available.
As usual there are some new horror offerings: Silent House, The Hole, Strippers vs. Werewolves, Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader, Rites of Passage, and Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption. If you’re finished with Twilight and missing Robert Pattinson, you can always try Bel Ami.
To bridge the gap between horror and television, the first season of American Horror Story is now available as is the fourth season of U.K.’s Being Human.
Vintage television got a huge boost with The Jack Benny Show, Suspense, One Step Beyond, Abbott & Costello Colgate Comedy Hour, Date with the Angels (Betty White), Bob Hope: The Comedy Hour, Life with Elizabeth (Betty White), Make Room for Daddy, Man with a Camera (Charles Bronson), My Hero, Private Secretary, Red Skelton: America’s Funniest Man, Roy Rogers with Dale Evans, Spike Jones: The Legend, Studio One: The Defender, The Cisco Kid, The Goldbergs, The Life of Riley / Our Miss Brooks, Ozzie and Harriet, You Bet Your Life, and Bonanza.
Some of the vintage television series only have a handful of episodes but I’d be surprised if that didn’t expand soon.
We also got a few documentaries: The Invisible War, Forks Over Knives: The Extended Interviews, and They Call it Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain.
The rest of the offerings: Snowman’s Land, Alter Egos, Measure of a Man, and A Little Bit of Faith.