Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in November 2021

Just as you’ve gotten settled into spooky season, Netflix is preparing for the holidays, even though I don’t remember 2021 actually happening. 

Netflix just released everything coming to the streaming service in November 2021, and it includes so much holiday content. The third Princess Switch movie, The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star, is coming, and it will absolutely win Vanessa Hudgens an Oscar. There’s also a confirmed return date for season four of Selling Sunset, one of the best reality TV shows ever made. And if Selling Sunset is simply not enough reality TV for you, Netflix is also dropping old seasons of America’s Next Top Model and Survivor this month, too. 

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in November 2021:

Available November 2

Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis (Netflix Documentary)

Ridley Jones, season 2 (Netflix Series)

Available November 3

The Harder They Fall (Netflix Film)

Lords of Scam (Netflix Series)

Available November 4

Catching Killers (Netflix Documentary)

Available November 5

A Cop Movie (Netflix Documentary)

Big Mouth, season 5 (Netflix Series)

The Club (Netflix Series)

Glória (Netflix Series)

Love Hard (Netflix Film)

Meenakshi Sundareshwar (Netflix Film)

Narcos: Mexico, season 3 (Netflix Series)

The Unlikely Murderer (Netflix Series)

We Couldn’t Become Adults (Netflix Film)

Yara (Netflix Film)

Zero to Hero (Netflix Film)

Available November 6

Arcane (Netflix Series)

Available November 7

Father Christmas is Back (Netflix Film)

Available November 9

Swap Shop (Netflix Series)

Your Life Is a Joke (Netflix Comedy)

Available November 10

Animal (Netflix Documentary)

Gentefied, season 2 (Netflix Series)

Passing (Netflix Film)

Available November 11

Love Never Lies (Netflix Series)

Red Notice (Netflix Film)

Available November 12

Legacies, season 3 (New episodes)

Available November 13

Arcane (Netflix Series, New Episodes)

Available November 14

Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You

Available November 15

America’s Next Top Model, season 21

America’s Next Top Model, season 22

Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game

Lies and Deceit (Netflix Series)

Snowbound for Christmas

Survivor, season 16

Survivor, season 37

Available November 16

Johnny Test’s Ultimate Meatloaf Quest (Netflix Family)

StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing (Netflix Family)

Available November 17

Christmas Flow (Netflix Series)

Prayers for the Stolen (Netflix Film)

The Queen of Flow, season 2 (Netflix Series)

Supergirl, season 6 (new episodes)

Tear Along the Dotted Line (Netflix Series)

Tiger King 2 (Netflix Documentary)

Available November 18

Carlos Ballarta: False Prophet (Netflix Comedy)

Dogs in Space (Netflix Family)

Lead Me Home (Netflix Documentary)

The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star (Netflix Film)

Available November 19

Blown Away: Christmas (Netflix Series)

Cowboy Bebop (Netflix Series)

Dhamaka (Netflix Film)

Extinct (Netflix Family)

Hellbound (Netflix Series)

Love Me Instead (Netflix Film)

29 Makeup Gift Sets Perfect for Everyone on Your List

While giving beauty products as a gift can be a bit of a gamble, makeup gift sets win every time. They’re a great way to try tons of products, there’s no guesswork in picking the perfect shade, and you’re guaranteed to get a better deal on a set than you would if you were buying everything separately. Plus, they often come in beautiful boxes that don’t require gift wrap, so it’s one less thing for you to check off your list.

This year especially, a set of gorgeously curated mascaras, tinted moisturizer, or eye makeup seems like a nice way to lift someone’s spirits, introduce them to new products, and add a little sparkle back into their life. (Plus, the mini sizes are more likely to get used up in a year when we’re just easing back into makeup).

Whether the lucky recipient is a mascara-only kind of girl or loves a full glam, there’s a set out there to match their style. We rounded up the 29 best makeup gift sets of the year, from limited-edition, multi-piece sets to single-product showcases. We won’t judge if you end up picking up a few of these beauty gift ideas for yourself, too.

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45 Thanksgiving Songs You Never Knew You Needed

Yes, you need a playlist of Thanksgiving songs! Regardless of what the holiday looks like for you this year, there are still ways to feel gratitude for all the blessings in your life over wine, cornbread, and pumpkin pie. Maybe you’re flying solo this year, planning a virtual dinner party over Zoom, or hosting a gathering with all of your loved ones—however you’re celebrating, there’s no better way to get into the spirit than with a good soundtrack of Thanksgiving music.

Curious just how many songs actually exist about turkey and mashed potatoes? Turns out not a whole lot. While songs about Thanksgiving are few and far between, there are plenty of tunes with lyrics about giving thanks and expressing gratitude for those who make the world, and our lives in it, a better place. And isn’t that what the holiday is all about?

So we rounded up 45 of the best Thanksgiving songs, below, to help you get into the mood. (And after the big meal, you can wind down with our picks of the best Thanksgiving movies.) 

From radio hits that’ll make you want to get up and dance to lesser-known tracks that might make you tear up, these songs will be the soundtrack to your Turkey Day celebrations for years to come.

1. “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge

If you can’t get enough of your sisters—they’re simply the best, right?—throw on this anthem by legendary disco group Sister Sledge. The upbeat tempo and empowering lyrics proudly proclaiming the unbreakable bond of sisterhood never fail to get us up and moving.

2. “I Want To Thank You” by Otis Redding

This romantic tune by Redding is all about letting your beau know just how much they mean to you. Sometimes the best way to show your appreciation for the one who puts a smile on your face everyday is to say (or sing) a simple thank you. 

3. “Give Thanks and Praises” by Bob Marley and the Wailers

This laid-back song by Bob Marley and the Wailers puts our minds at ease and sweetly calls on us to remember that even when things get tough, there is always one (or many) that we can turn to for comfort. It’s the perfect Thanksgiving dinner music.

4. “The Thanksgiving Song” by Adam Sandler

A parody? Perhaps, but little did Sandler know that his lighthearted song about loving to eat turkey “because it’s good” would become a holiday classic that we return to year after year. You can’t have a Thanksgiving playlist without this one.

5. “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” by Vince Guaraldi Sextet

Ah, the sound of childhood. Charlie Brown always had a lesson or two about coming together and being there for your friends, and the Thanksgiving special was no different. Play the theme song to get a dose of feel-good nostalgia.

6. “I Could Not Ask for More” by Sara Evans

Thanksgiving is about feeling grateful for the things we have that really matter, like family and friends. Evans reminds us that those are the moments that leave behind memories that last a lifetime.

7. “Stuffy Turkey” by Thelonious Monk

This jazzy, colorful melody by Monk makes you feel as good as a stuffed turkey tastes on an evening night shared with your closest loved ones.  

8. “Mashed Potato Time” by Dee Dee Sharp

While Sharp is technically talking about a new dance, her lyrics “it’s the latest, it’s the greatest” perfectly express how we feel about our favorite starch for the holidays. If you want to bring back the moves Sharp immortalized and potentially kickstart the latest dance craze on TikTok, be our guest.

9. “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

You couldn’t go anywhere in 2009 without catching a case of homesickness thanks to Sharpe’s single “Home,” which was a constant feature on the airwaves. Feel free to blast this track as you make your way back to your loved ones as soon as you’re able. 

10. “Thank You Friends” by Big Star

Family looks different for everyone, and sometimes your fam is your best group of friends who have your back no matter what. Dedicate this track by Big Star to your ride-or-dies this Friendsgiving.

11. “Cooking Up Something Good” by Mac DeMarco

Leave it to DeMarco to create the chillest track for that moment when you catch the first whiff of food coming out of the kitchen while prepping for Thanksgiving dinner. You can’t see or taste it yet, but you know it’s going to be real good. 

12. “Pass The Peas” by The JB’s

Sometimes you have to politely nudge those family members who like to hog the good stuff to pass it along, à la the James Brown band in this funky track. 

13. “Autumn in New York” by Billie Holiday

There’s nothing like a New York autumn—the leaves begin to turn as the city slows down in preparation for shorter days and brisk nights. It “lifts you up when you’re let down,” Holiday croons, and makes you pause to appreciate and give thanks for what you have. 

14. “Thank You” by Dido

Dido can’t keep the small off of her face in one of her greatest hits, “Thank You.” Funny how love works. Whether it’s a romantic partner or your family, knowing that you have someone waiting for you on the other side makes even the hardest moments feel not so bad. 

15. “Ode to My Family” by The Cranberries

For the mothers and fathers who raised, supported, and continue to uplift us even through these trying times, this song by The Cranberries is the perfect song to dedicate when the time comes for the family to gather around. 

16. “Thursday Girl” by Mitski

For many, Thanksgiving dinner with our family and friends is a moment for us to reflect on who we are and where we come from. “Thursday Girl” by Mitski perfectly encapsulates that moment of returning to your true self. 

17. “Thank U” by Alanis Morissette

Might not seem as bold a gesture as standing naked in the middle of the streets like Morissette, but thanking the good and the bad experiences for helping to shape us can feel like it. It’s liberating and a great reminder during a time where we have to try to see the positives, even in the mess. 

18. “Harvest Moon” by Neil Young

Young’s “Harvest Moon” is for that special someone you want to spend the night dancing away with, long after the family has gone to bed full and happy. 

19. “Home” by Michael Bublé

In what might be Bublé’s breakout hit, “Home” is about longing for your loved ones when you can’t easily see them. It’s okay to feel a little sad about how Thanksgiving will look this year but, as the last lyrics, “it’ll all be all right” remind us, soon you’ll be able to return home. 

20. “Thankful” by Kelly Clarkson

“Thankful” by Clarkson is the track for those who want to show gratitude to the people who know them as well as they know themselves through pop music. They create the home we need where we don’t have to explain anything and can just be.

21. “It’s Thanksgiving” by Nicole Westbrook

A teenage Westbrook gave us the euro-pop Thanksgiving crossover we are forever grateful for. This is one of those songs that get stuck on loop in your head—you’ve been warned.

22. “Be Thankful for What You Got” by Williams DeVaughn

It’s okay to want it all, but do you really need it? DeVaughn knew that the material possessions don’t define the person—it’s what you already have, like the family and friends that come together to support and appreciate each other, that money can’t buy.

23. “Coming Home” by Leon Bridges

This is for that moment when you’ve set the table for your Thanksgiving gathering, and you can’t help but celebrate that you’ll soon get to see all your loved ones’ faces. Bridges’ deep vocals make us want to turn the record player on in anticipation.

24. “Tom Turkey” by Bob Dylan

This unreleased instrumental by Bob Dylan immediately calls to mind all the turkey chase videos that seem to pop up on our feeds as we near Thanksgiving Day. No complaints here, as they offer a very welcomed distraction. 

25. “Thankful n’ Thoughtful” by Sly & the Family Stone

“You gotta be thankful and thoughtful,” Sly tells us, and truer words can’t be said. Even if you can’t celebrate Thanksgiving with closed ones this year, it’s a blessing to be able to connect in new and innovative ways.

26. “Nicotine & Gravy” by Beck

We definitely wouldn’t advise mixing nicotine with your dressing, but this quirky song by Beck is one way to mix up your Thanksgiving soundtrack. 

27. “Thanksgiving Song” by Mary Chapin Carpenter

The “Thanksgiving Song” may be featured on a Christmas album, but the values Carpenter sings about couldn’t be a better fit for a holiday that is all about coming together to eat delicious food prepared with love. 

28. “Happy” by Pharrell

Sometimes you have to listen to the right song to get you into the mood to celebrate. “Happy” by Pharrell is a full-on rallying call to start experiencing joy.

29. “Gratitude” by Earth, Wind & Fire

We can always count on Earth, Wind & Fire to bring the good jams with an endearing message. “Gratitude” asks for peace of mind and the opening our hearts up to love—let’s all tap into this energy as we near the 26th (and hold on to it through the new year).

30. “Mama, I’m Coming Home” by Ozzy Osbourne

Osbourne wrote this song about giving up the drugs and alcohol for his partner, Sharon. Like home, your significant other is there when you’ve lost your way.

31. “That’s What Friends Are For” by Dionne Warwick 

Some of the greatest musicians of our time—Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight, and Stevie Wonder—came together to make this powerhouse cover about the deep bonds of friendship to raise funds for AIDS research. It’s the perfect song for a remote karaoke party with the people who pick you up at your lowest moments.

32. “Family Reunion” by the O’Jays

Not only is Thanksgiving a time to reflect on ourselves, it’s also prime time to digest what is going on in the world. The O’Jays know that it can be easy to get quickly swept up in the madness and forget to take a break and process. This Thanksgiving, let’s take all the time we need to unpack in the comfort of those who make us feel seen and heard.

33. “Home Sweet Home” by Mötley Crüe

The crew came through with a very different sound for “Home Sweet Home.” Humming and sweet piano melodies come together for a slowed-down song that celebrates the journey back to the home where you belong.

34. “My Hometown” by Bruce Springsteen

Home isn’t always perfect, which Springsteen reminds us, but it’s still the place where we come from. There’s a history and legacy there that have played a part in building our identities, one we can’t discard, and it’s up to us to make it into the best version we know it can be.

35. “Thankful” by Josh Groban

This is another Christmas-meets-Thanksgiving track, and it’s courtesy of Josh Groban. He beautifully sings about looking for the truth and light even on the days when it’s hard to feel optimistic.

36. “Thank You” by Kehlani

Nobody’s perfect, and we all have our moments when we could have be a better daughter, a better friend, and a better partner. That’s just being human. This season is all about acknowledging our growth, and this 2017 track by Kehlani has all the right words for thanking those who are more than happy to stay along for the ride.

37. “Home” by Phillip Phillips

“Home” became a best-selling single for the American Idol winner, and it’s not hard to tell why. Phillips, who won season 11, sings about not losing hope despite the uncertainty of what lies ahead. We’ll definitely be playing this on repeat as we unite with family.

38. “Thanksgiving Day” by Ray Davies

With Thanksgiving being one of the few holidays where the whole family is able to unite, traditions and long-standing routines run heavy. There’s something beautiful about knowing what to expect—knowing who will take care of the greens, and who is strictly relegated to cranberry sauce duty—in a time where we have way more questions than ever. 

39. “I Can’t Help Myself” by Four Tops

You’re literally stuffed, but that doesn’t stop you from grabbing another slice of pecan pie. This is your time to indulge, so hum along to this Four Tops hit as you add pie onto the plate and shimmy back to your spot on the couch. 

40. “Fortunate” by Maxwell

The world truly does seem magical when you’re spending time with the ones you love. This Thanksgiving, we’ll make sure all those we hold dear know that “just as sure as the sky is blue,” we feel eternally blessed for having them in our lives.

41. “Like Sugar” by Matchbox Twenty

“I’m starting to want you, more than I want to. This ain’t my finest hour. There’s something about you, that I could get into.” Okay, Matchbox Twenty completely nailed down our feeling about that apple crumble sitting on the kitchen counter. 

42. “Wild Honey Pie” by the Beatles

If we could confess our feelings for pie, it would sound a lot like “I love you.” Yes, our feelings for the dessert are truly as simple as this track from the White Album.

43. “Dessert” by Darwin ft. Silentó

Turkey gets a lot of attention on Thanksgiving, but the true MVPs are the desserts lined up on the table once the main course is wrapped. There’s just something special about the sugary sweets that are warm and a little crumbly, and seem to multiply throughout the night.  

44. “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie” by Jay & The Techniques

As we wrap this list of songs of Thanksgiving, we have to nod to Thanksgiving’s signature dessert: the pumpkin pie. These cheery track from Jay & The Techniques will leave everyone in the best of moods as they dig into their dessert. 

45. “Thank You Too!” by My Morning Jacket

“I don’t know what you were doing, I know I just want to thank you for thinking of me.” While this was likely written for a romantic love, it’s nice to remember everyone in your life who has supported you this past year. 

21 Thanksgiving Movies on Disney Plus to Watch in Between Meals

A time of togetherness. A time for family. A time to stress about cooking, get in an argument, and decide to silently watch Thanksgiving movies on Disney Plus

Not to be over dramatic, but these movies just might save the day. From food-centric favorites like Ratatouille to crowd-pleasers like The Greatest Showman to historically relevant hits like Hamilton, the streaming behemoth has a ton of options so you’re sure to find one that your family can agree on. Well, maybe not agree on…but at least no one will have any major objections. If they do, maybe try just listening to Thanksgiving music instead?

But if you’re not a Turkey Day person, you might find your next favorite flick in our roundup of scary movies for Halloween, our collection of the best movies on Netflix, or bundle up and turn on one of our picks for the greatest winter movies.

And remember, Disney Plus doesn’t just have Disney movies—it has all kinds of family-friendly fare. So click through to see our top picks for Thanksgiving movies on Disney Plus, and enjoy the big meal! (And if you still need more options, we have a guide to Thanksgiving movies for families available across all streaming platforms as well as the best Thanksgiving shows.)

Host a Party That’s Unforgettable In 5 Easy (and Fun) Steps

Some people make it look so easy to host a party. Is there some gene for this? As a child, did you have to live in “the cool house” where all the kids congregated and the snack shelf held truly tasty food, not just mini boxes of raisins? Maybe. But also? It’s actually very easy to host a party. Just think of it as hanging with friends—leveled-up a few times. The best way to host a party “isn’t just good food and good music,” says Jamésa S. Alexander, of Jayne Heir Weddings & Events. “It’s creating a unique element of celebration that guests haven’t experienced before.” To make your own party unique, Alexander shares her five best, funnest hosting tips.

Step 1: Find your inspiration

The earliest stage of planning a party is the most free-wheeling: Get in a positive, reflective mindset and “find the inspiration behind your celebration. Whether it’s a milestone, a major accomplishment, or business launch, think about what inspires you and what elements you want to incorporate,” Alexander says. “Creating a mood board or vision board is incredibly helpful and can provide you with a simple way to express your vision,” she adds. Even if you’re hosting a party “just because,” inspiration should still be part of your planning: “Embrace your uniqueness and entwine it with the base of the celebration,” Alexander says. “You are the special sauce.”

Step 2: Get the money, honey

You want your friends to have fun. Your friends certainly don’t want you to go broke. A budget will help enable both these things. Before you get too entrenched in wine selection or decor, set yourself a reasonable budget: “Understanding your budget and affordability of your vision is key.” Alexander says. After all, you can absolutely throw an excellent party but you might still need cash for rent, food, and all those other pesky (womp-womp) essentials.

Step 3: Find the perfect day

Not everyone is going to be able to be there. Don’t fall into the trap of rescheduling (and re-re-rescheduling around various friends’ availability). Pick a date that works best for your core people … and work from there without worry that some people can’t make it. Be aware, too, that if some of your guests have to travel to make the party, you may need to pick the date, time, and venue well in advance. For those guests who have come a long way, play host to them even before the party starts: “Provide welcome bags to make them feel comfortable while they’re in town. Include local artisan items in the bags as a thoughtful touch,” she says.

Step 4: Whittle down that guest list

For many of us, a guest list is the closest we get to an Oscar acceptance speech—and you do not want to hold back! Of course, your budget may not allow for errbody, so trim as needed. You also want to choose the best kind of invitation: “Electronic invite platforms like Paperless Post or Punchbowl are useful, but you may decide that traditional invitations are the best option and end up working with a stationer or graphic designer,” Alexander says. If you’re planning a party that has plenty of people in attendance—good on you, you popular thing!—it can become a logistical hassle. In which case, Alexander says that “for optimal RSVP tracking, use an app like RSVPify.”

Step 5: Adorn yourself

With all the fuss going into every other element—from invitations to tablescapes—you want to put a little fuss into your hostess look. Treating yourself to a cute little ’fit is a nice reward for reaching the finish line, and helps you flip that switch from brass-tacks party planning to good-vibes-only party hosting. “Rent The Runway is a popular option for fun and affordable designer attire. Wear something for your celebration that will make you stand out,” Alexander says.

Salma Hayek Made a Rare Red Carpet Appearance With Her Daughter, Valentina

How’s this for a family movie night? Salma Hayek brought her daughter, Valentina, as her date to the premiere of Marvel’s Eternals in Los Angeles on October 18.

Hayek wore a black and gold gown for the occasion, while her daughter opted for a polka-dot dress and black tights. Adorable!

Hayek keeps her family mostly out of the spotlight, but she recently posted a sweet mother-daughter picture to Instagram to celebrate Valentina’s birthday. “My precious girl, you are everything to me. Blessed be the day you came into my life to shine your radiant light Happy Birthday 🎂🎈Valentina!!!!!” she wrote.

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“Thank you for being YOU,” Hayek added, before posting the same message in Spanish: “Mi niña preciosa, eres todo para mi. Bendito el día que llegaste a mi vida a iluminarla con tu radiante luz. Feliz cumpleaños Valentina !!! Gracias 🙏 por ser TU 💋” Hayek is Mexican-American and her husband, François-Henri Pinault, is French. Valentina Paloma Pinault is her only child.

Salma Hayek celebrated her own birthday in September with her Eternals costar Angelina Jolie, who was kind enough to shove Hayek’s face into a cake for the occasion (it’s tradition!). Absolutely here for the friendship between these two women, moms, costars, and badasses.

Jolie, too, made the movie’s L.A premiere a family affair, with five of her children accompanying her on the red carpet: Maddox, Vivienne, Knox, Shiloh, and Zahara. (The only person missing was Jolie’s son, Pax). Jolie even lent her daughter, Zahara, the Ellie Saab gown she wore to the Oscars in 2014. They both rocked the look, of course. (Which reminds me: My mom’s closet is due for a raid.)

Eternals hits theaters on November 5. Directed by Chloé Zhao, it also features Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden, and Kit Harington. Mark your calendars.

57 Best Gifts for Mother-in-Laws That Are Anything But Boring

Search “best gifts for mother-in-law” on Google and you’re bound to find options that feel…well, a little lackluster. Add a layer of will-you-or-won’t-you visit your significant other’s family over yours for the holidays, and the pressure can feel on.

But no matter how close you are (or aren’t) to your mother-in-law (or MIL), you still want your gift to feel special—something that shows her how much she means to you and your partner.

Start with some basic questions to help you narrow the field: Are you getting her a gift alone, or are you splurging on something with your partner? Has she recently gotten into a hobby, or does she just need some TLC? Whatever kind of MIL you’re shopping for, we found options for all sorts of personalities and budgets. Oh, and if you’re short on inspiration, some of these mother-in-law gifts could double as presents for your own mom. Ahead, shop 57 of the best gifts for mother-in-law that are guaranteed to please.

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57 Best Gifts for Mothers-in-Law That Are Anything But Borinb

Search “best gifts for mother-in-law” on Google and you’re bound to find options that feel…well, a little lackluster. Add a layer of will-you-or-won’t-you visit your significant other’s family over yours for the holidays, and the pressure can feel on.

But no matter how close you are (or aren’t) to your mother-in-law (or MIL), you still want your gift to feel special—something that shows her how much she means to you and your partner.

Start with some basic questions to help you narrow the field: Are you getting her a gift alone, or are you splurging on something with your partner? Has she recently gotten into a hobby, or does she just need some TLC? Whatever kind of MIL you’re shopping for, we found options for all sorts of personalities and budgets. Oh, and if you’re short on inspiration, some of these mother-in-law gifts could double as presents for your own mom. Ahead, shop 57 of the best gifts for mother-in-law that are guaranteed to please.

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

57 Best Gifts for Mothers-in-Law That Are Anything but Boring

Search “best gifts for mother-in-law” on Google, and you’re bound to find options that feel…well, a little lackluster. Add a layer of will-you-or-won’t-you visit your significant other’s family over yours for the holidays, and the pressure can feel on.

But no matter how close you are (or aren’t) to your mother-in-law, you still want your gift to feel special—something that shows her how much she means to you and your partner.

Start with some basic questions to help you narrow the field: Are you getting your MIL a gift alone, or are you splurging on something with your partner? Has she recently gotten into a hobby, or does she just need some TLC? Whatever kind of MIL you’re shopping for, we found options for all sorts of personalities and budgets. Oh, and if you’re short on inspiration, some of these mother-in-law gifts could double as presents for your own mom. Ahead, shop 57 of the best gifts for mother-in-law that are guaranteed to please.

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Selena Gomez Now Has a Sharp Bob Haircut

Selena Gomez just debuted a dramatic new look to promote the finale of her Hulu show Only Murders in the Building. In a TikTok announcing a watch party for the season one finale, the actor and singer sports a sleek bob, quite the departure from the long locks she’s had all year.

Looking comfy in a Disneyland sweatshirt, the “Wolves” singer attracted plaudits from fans, one of whom commented, “YOU LOOK SO GOOD WITH SHORT HAIR SELENA.”

Selena Gomez was spotted just last month with mermaid-style hair down to her waist, so this is definitely a switch-up. Was it time to trim split ends, or is her new look for a role? Only time will tell.

Meanwhile, all episodes from season one of Only Murders are now available on Hulu, and season two is coming

“Everyone in our amazing Building worked with such love and expertise through extraordinary times—and with incredible support from Disney, Hulu, and 20th TV—to create a first season that might live up to our legendary cast, our beloved New York City, and to make a show about connection,” series cocreator and executive producer John Hoffman told Variety. “To feel we’ve connected with our audience and hit the mark enough already to have the chance to continue— and to carry on our show’s wild ride of mystery-comedy-empathy—is too exciting for words. So I’ll shut up now—and just say a huge thanks to all and I can’t wait for more!”

“There has been something about this project that felt almost fated from the start; from Dan’s first lunch with Steve in which Steve happened to mention he had an idea for a series, to John jumping aboard to co-create it, to Steve’s agreeing to star but only if Marty joined him, to the inspired addition of Selena,” 20th Television president Karey Burke told Variety. “The comedy this team delivered has been the obsession of every executive at this studio, and our friends at Hulu have treated it like the crown jewel that it is. And now, thanks to the incredible audience response, we are so happy to say there will be more murders in the building—which is great news for everyone, except perhaps the residents of the Arconia.”