Each month, Netflix subscribers have the opportunity to discover new films and TV series in the catalog. For this month of April, with the good weather returning, the sVoD platform offers a most tempting program, for young and old.
If there is one thing that subscribers Netflix appreciate is that the platform spoils them every month. So what can we watch to spend this month of May in front of his screen? Without further ado, here are the series and films that will arrive later this month. The list is not exhaustive, and that’s not counting the surprise announcements.
As usual, there will still be something for everyone. Original series, original films and new entries from other studios. And as always, documentaries and other content dedicated to young people. No time to get bored. Especially since some cult titles are appearing in the catalog this month. Here is a small selection of new content that we will be happy to watch on the streaming platform.
New Netflix original series
Selena: The Series (Part 2) – 05/04
Jupiter’s Legacy (Volume 1) – 07/05
They’re the first generation of superheroes, but as they pass the baton on to their children, the tension builds and the rules of yesteryear are forgotten.
The Upshaw Family (Season 1) – 05/12
Castlevania (Saison 4) – 13/05
The shadow of Dracula becomes omnipresent as Belmont and Sypha investigate plans for the notorious vampire’s resurrection. Alucard struggles to accept his humanity.
Move to Heaven (Saison 1) – 14/05
Love, Death & Robots (Volume 2) – 14/05
The unreal: Incredible testimonies (Season 3) – 05/14
Who killed Sara? (Season 2) – 05/19
To get revenge, Álex will have to shed light on his sister’s dark side and come to terms with the fact that he never knew the real Sara.
Eden – 27/05
In this series created by Justin Leach (“Ghost in the Shell 2”) and directed by Yasuhiro Irie (“Fullmetal Alchemist”), robots raise the last human child.
Ragnarok (Season 2) – 05/27
The Kominsky Method (Season 3) – 05/28
Lucifer (Season 5 Part 2) – 05/28
Lucifer makes a smashing comeback to the living world and hopes to make things right with Chloe. But why does the devil always have to get involved?
Halston (Season 1) – COMING SOON
Master of None – COMING SOON
New Netflix movies
The Monster – 05/07
A talented teenager embroiled in a heist that ended in murder struggles to prove his innocence and integrity to a system that has already doomed him.
Oxygen – 05/12
A woman wakes up in a cryogenic unit. Amnesiac and soon short of oxygen, she must remember who she is at all costs in order to survive.
The 41 ball – 05/12
I’m all the girls – 05/14
The wrong side – 05/14
The woman at the window – 05/14
An agoraphobic psychologist living cloistered at home becomes obsessed with her new neighbors across the street, and by the appalling crime she witnesses from her window.
Army of the dead – 21/05
After a zombie attack in Las Vegas, mercenaries take the gamble of venturing into the quarantine zone to attempt the most spectacular heist of all time.
Il Divino Codino: L’art du but par Roberto Baggio – 26/05
Blue Miracle – 27/05
New original series for children
Nico Nickel the Garbage Truck (Season 2) – 04/05
Jurassic World: The Cretaceous Camp (Season 3) – 05/21
Netflix original documentaries
Sam’s Sons: Endless Horror (Miniseries – 05/05
Money at a Glance (Mini-Series) – 05/11
Nail Bomber: The terrorist who made London tremble – 05/26
The Lion’s Share: How African American Cuisine Changed the United States (Mini-Series) – 05/26
The films joining the catalog this month
Carlos – 01/05
This biopic features the life of Illich Ramírez Sánchez alias Carlos, a true myth, at the heart of the history of international terrorism of the 1970s and 1980s.
Associates Against Crime: L’oeuf d’Ambroise – 05/01
Prudence and Bélisaire Beresford are enjoying a well-deserved retirement. But she is very quickly disturbed by the disappearance of a rich Russian heiress. They find themselves investigating and stumble upon the mysterious traces of the secret of eternal youth.
Lou! Tiny Diary – 05/01
Piranha 3D – 01/05
Mutafukaz – 24/05
The Red Turtle – 05/27
Collection Bergman, 01/05
Autumn Sonata (1978)
Eva invites her mother, Charlotte, a former internationally renowned pianist, to spend a few days with her. What was to be a quiet stay, quickly turns into a settling of scores between the mother, accused of having sacrificed her family life for her career, and the daughter, marked by the loss of a dead child.
Scenes from Married Life (1974) – 05/01
The Seventh Seal (1957) – 05/01
Tati collection, 01/05
American tourists choose a travel formula that allows them to visit one capital per day. But they realize at Orly that the airport is identical to all the previous ones and that Paris strangely resembles other capitals.
My Uncle (1958) – 05/01
Mr. Hulot’s vacation (1953) – 05/01
Collection Delon, 01/05
Full Sun (1960)
Mr. Greenleaf instructs Tom Ripley to bring his fills Philippe back to San Francisco, who is spending too long a vacation in Italy alongside his mistress Marge. Tom quickly becomes Philippe’s handyman, who despises him.
M. Klein (1976) – 01/05
A Cop (1972) – 05/01
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