New to Netflix in May

  

Original Series

Sense8: Season 2 (5/5/2017)

Scandals and celebrations deepen the Sensates’ bond as they rebuild their lives and try to outsmart Whispers.

Master of None: Season 2 (12/5/2017)

Dev pursues a new passion in Italy, dives back into the New York dating scene and wrestles with big questions as he seeks to reboot his life.

Anne With an E: Season 1 (12/5/2017)

Based on the classic novels, this new series revolves around the fiery Anne, an imaginative orphan, and the effect she has on her small town.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 3 (19/5/2017)

Change is afoot as Kimmy saves up for college, Titus searches for a new job, Jacqueline takes the next step with Russ, and Lillian runs for office.

Bloodline: Season 3 (26/5/2017)

Desperation leads Kevin to a deeper involvement with Roy Gilbert and his dark dealings. John finds himself torn between silencing and protecting Eric.

F is for Family: Season 2 (30/5/2017)

Follow the Murphy family back to the 1970s, when kids roamed wild, beer flowed freely and nothing came between a man and his TV.

House of Cards: Season 5 (30/5/2017)

With the stakes higher than ever, Frank and Claire work together to consolidate their power and win the White House by any means possible.

Original Film

In the Shadow of Iris (1/5/2017)

The sudden disappearance of a wealthy banker’s wife cracks open a dizzying world of secret fetishes, desperate acts and elaborate deceptions.

Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie (5/5/2017)

A Columbo-style mystery comedy film. Homicide detective Gene Handsome tries to make sense of his life and solve crime. He’s very good at one of those.

Mindhorn (12/5/2017)

A has-been actor famous for playing a British TV detective with a bionic eye winds up back in action when a killer insists on negotiating with him.

Sahara (12/5/2017)

Ajar, a desert snake, goes on a wild adventure with his scorpion sidekick to rescue his true love, Eva, from the evil snake charmer who kidnapped her.

BLAME! (20/5/2017)

In this original anime film, a mysterious loner with a powerful weapon wanders through a dystopian labyrinth. His mission? Save humanity.

War Machine (26/5/2017)

A rock star general bent on winning the “impossible” war in Afghanistan takes us inside the complex machinery of modern war. Inspired by a true story.

Original Comedy

Maria Bamford: Old Baby (2/5/2017)

Comedian Maria Bamford performs for intimate crowds at park benches, bowling alleys and LA theaters in this roving, out-of-the-box stand-up special.

Simplemente Manu NNa (5/5/2017)

Eclectic stand-up comic Manu NNa relays everyday tales about the struggles of being gay in Mexico and shares his love of telenovelas and mezcal.

Norm Macdonald: Hitler’s Dog, Gossip & Trickery (9/5/2017)

Comedy star Norm Macdonald brings his trademark dry humour to this all-new stand-up set filmed live at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre.

Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive (16/5/2017)

Eccentric comic Tracy Morgan makes his stand-up return with a set that deals with his Brooklyn roots and his recovery from a serious car accident.

Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King (23/5/2017)

An expert on growing up Muslim in America, The Daily Show comic Hasan Minhaj riffs on race, immigrant parents, awful prom nights and sweet revenge.

Sarah Silverman A Speck of Dust (30/5/2017)

Comedian Sarah Silverman takes the stage in LA and discusses laser hair removal, the stress of getting a new dog, her sisters and much more.

Original Documentary

The Mars Generation (5/5/2017)

Interviewing both experts and teens who hope to travel to Mars, this film explores the history and likely future impact of a trip to the Red Planet.

Get Me Roger Stone (12/5/2017)

Delve deep into the rise of political consultant Roger Stone, a master in the dark arts of politics who’s been with Donald Trump for three decades.

The Keepers: Season 1 (19/5/2017)

Amateur detectives in Baltimore attempt to solve the nearly 50-year-old murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik. The mystery unfolds in this docuseries.

Laerte-se (19/5/2017)

After transitioning to female following nearly 60 years as a man, Brazilian cartoonist Laerte Coutinho contemplates what it means to be a woman.

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower (26/5/2017)

When the Chinese Communist Party threatens Hong Kong’s autonomy, teenager Joshua Wong rallies to save his homeland in this inspiring documentary.

Original Children’s Series

Spirit: Riding Free: Season 1 (5/5/2017)

Spirit the stallion and a courageous girl named Lucky discover friends, freedom and endless rides in a series inspired by the Oscar-nominated film.

All Hail King Julien: Exiled: Season 1 (12/5/2017)

As the Emmy-winning series continues, King Julien rounds up an army of friends and fights to save his people from the evil Koto’s clutches.

TV Highlights

Moving Art: Season 2 (1/5/2017)

Schitt’s Creek (4/5/2017)

Peaky Blinders: Season 3 (31/5/2017)

Movie Highlights

Behind Enemy Lines (1/5/2017)

The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (5/5/2017)

Into the Wild (5/5/2017)

Disney’s The BFG (7/5/2017)

Stephen King’s A Good Marriage (15/5/2017)

Fantastic Mr. Fox (16/5/2017)

Trainspotting (24/5/2017)

Batman (28/5/2017)

All About Steve (1/5/2017)

Decanted (1/5/2017)

Diving Into the Unknown (1/5/2017)

Heritage Falls (1/5/2017)

Out of Time (1/5/2017)

The Tribe (1/5/2017)

Fire in the Blood (1/5/2017)

Batman: The Killing Joke (3/5/2017)

The Fugitive (7/5/2017)

Revolutionary Road (12/5/2017)

Untraceable (12/5/2017)

The Devil’s Advocate (14/5/2017)

A Little Help (15/5/2017)

After the Ball (15/5/2017)

Born to Win (15/5/2017)

Cold in July (15/5/2017)

The Perfect Man (19/5/2017)

I am Jane Doe (26/5/2017).

Barefoot in the Park (26/5/2017)

Forever Pure (29/5/2017)

Max (31/5/2017)

The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (31/5/2017).

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3 Responses to “New to Netflix in May”

  1. Looking forward to Norm Macdonald: Hitler’s Dog, Gossip & Trickery! Loved his sitcom Norm several years ago.

  2. I see Finding Dory has been taken off Netflix and people aren’t happy, I guess the curse of Sky has struck again 🙁

  3. I’m looking forward to the new season of Schitt’s Creek and F is for Family and my wife and daughter are looking forward to the remake of Anne of Green Gables (Anne with an E).

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