OK, you've re-watched Hocus Pocus and Rocky Horror and, hell, even the "Thriller" video one too many times. Get back to non-Halloween reality with some choice movies and shows streaming this month.

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“master of none” (season 1)

A Netflix original seriesMaster of None is basically a mirror of Aziz Ansari's very funny and very documented social life. And it's already garnering Louie-level buzz. (Available November 6)

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“dior and i”

In light of his recent resignation, revisit Raf Simons's debut couture collection for Dior in this insanely beautiful documentary. Fashion lovers will not be disappointed. (Available November 14)

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“anna karenina”

Ball gowns! Drama! Keira Knightley! (Available November 12)

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“john mulaney: the comeback kid”

So, his Fox sitcom was a bust. But the former Saturday Night Live writer (who, ahem, created Stefon...) is still well worth an hourlong standup special. (Available November 13)

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“marvel’s jessica jones” (season 1)

Introducing the Netflix original series--about a former hero with super strength and a dark past--that the comic world can't stop talking about. The main hype: that Breaking Bad's Krysten Ritter is the perfect badass for the role. (Available November 20)

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“mandela, my dad and me”

An Idris Elba-created documentary starring Idris Elba. Need we say more? (Available November 1)

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“home”

With characters voiced by the likes of Rihanna, Steve Martin and J.Lo, this cute kids' flick is something to consider if you simply can't muster yourself out from under the covers. (Available November 25)

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“girlfriends’ guide to divorce” (season 1)

No cable? No access to the secret gem that is Bravo's first scripted series...until now. (Available November 1)

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“electric boogaloo: the wild, untold story of cannon films”

You've probably never heard of this Australian documentary about the indie film studio that launched a number of notable careers. But after just three years it's already achieved a cult status. (Available November 29)

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