Can't decide what to watch on Netflix?
The huge selection of movies and shows can be overwhelming. Here's a sampling of the site's latest offerings, from a Long Island-filmed limited series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill ("Maniac") to the second season of crime mockumentary "American Vandal," plus stand-up comedy specials, reality shows and more.
"Death by Magic"
In this new Netflix eight-part series, British magician Drummond Money-Coutts, pays homage to magicians who lost their lives attempting very dangerous stunts. But it doesn't stop there -- the series will follow DMC as he recreates these dangerous stunts that involve being buried alive under tons of wet concrete, to playing a game of Russian roulette, to escaping from a collision with a speeding steam train. Will he succeed? Watch the series starting Nov. 30.
"F is for Family"
Netflix's raunchy animated comedy starring the slightly dysfunctional Murphy family is returning for season three with guest star Vince Vaughn. Start watching Nov. 30.
"The Christmas Chronicles"
In this new Netflix film from the makers of "Harry Potter" and "Home Alone," two siblings team up with Santa to help him save Christmas before it's too late. Available Nov. 22.
"Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia"
"The Daily Show" host and witty comedian Trevor Noah, is back with another Netflix comedy special where he talks about topics ranging from racism, immigration and camping. Start watching Nov. 20.
"The Kominsky Method"
Friends Norman (Alan Arkin), left, and Sandy (Michael Douglas), right, may be older but that doesn't mean they have life all figured out. Watch this new Netflix series to see these two best friends navigate the ups and downs of getting older. Available on Nov. 16.
"Medal of Honor"
This new Netflix docudrama re-creates the stories of courageous soldiers who were awarded with the Medal of Honor, which is the highest award given to U.S Armed Services personnel. Available Nov. 9.
"John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons"
In this new Netflix comedy special, John Leguizamo traces 3,000 years of Latin history and representation. Available Nov. 5.
"The Holiday Calendar"
In this new Netflix film, a photographer inherits an antique Advent calendar that not only predicts the future, but seems to point her towards holiday romance. Available Nov. 2.
"House of Cards"
Netflix's "House of Cards" returns for season six. Now that Frank (Kevin Spacey) is out of the picture, Claire (Robin Wright) becomes the first woman president, but this new role doesn't come without its obstacles. Start watching Nov. 2.
"The Other Side of the Wind"
Netflix presents "The Other Side of the Wind," a film started by director, actor and writer Orson Welles before his death in 1985. The film is about a director who struggles to complete a new project before his death. "They'll Love Me When I'm Dead," a documentary that explores the making of the film will also be on Netflix. Watch both on Nov. 2.
"They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead"
This new Netflix documentary is about Orson Welles, far right, -- a writer, director and actor who was famously known for his revolutionary 1941 film "Citizen Kane." The documentary explores Welles' final, unfinished film, "The Other Side of the Wind" (also on Netflix). Start watching Nov. 2.
"Bram Stoker's Dracula"
When the centuries old Count Dracula sees a picture of a woman who looks exactly like his dead wife, he imprisons her husband and sets off to find her.
"Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"
In this new Netflix series -- based on the comic book series of the same name -- Sabrina who's half-human and half-witch, has to choose between her family's witch world and the human world with her friends before her 16th birthday.
It's not so much a great day for a TV news producer when she learns that her mother without boundaries, will be joining her news team as the station's newest intern. "Great News" is a NBC sitcom.
"Adam Sandler 100% Fresh"
Adam Sandler is back on the road and bringing his comedy and musical jesting to comedy clubs, concert halls and maybe even places in between.
"Making A Murderer: Part 2"
Netflix's popular "Making A Murderer" is back for part two. Part one followed the case of Steven Avery and his nephew, Brendan Dassey, who were both sentenced to life in prison for the 2005 slaying of Wisconsin photographer Teresa Halbach. Part two will follow their appeals.
In this Netflix original, catch Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), a blind lawyer and super hero daredevil, who's determined to protect New York City day and night no matter what.
This new Netflix series, follows a longtime married couple who decide to date other people in attempt to reignite sparks in their marriage.
"Remastered: Who Shot The Sheriff"
Cultural icon Bob Marley, known best for his contributions to reggae music and his social activism, survived an assassination attempt in 1976 during a time of extreme political uproar in Jamaica. This new Netflix music documentary, explores and probes for answers about that attempt on Marley's life.
"The Kindergarten Teacher"
This new Netflix film, is about a kindergarten teacher (left, Maggie Gyllenhaal) who becomes obsessed with one of her students (right, Parker Sevak) after hearing his poetry skills. And despite the objections of the student's father, she makes it her mission to nurture this young poet.
When the filthy-rich Rose family suddenly goes broke because of a corrupt business manager, they're forced to take refuge in Schitt's Creek -- an old town they once bought as a joke.
Based on a true event, this new Netflix movie re-enacts the Norway terrorist attacks that took place on July 22, 2011.
This new Netflix film, follows a married couple in their 40s who has struggled with almost every option available to have a baby. But with all failing, a sense of hope is brought back to their lives when their step-niece visits.
This edgy animated comedy, where teenage friends are just simply trying to survive puberty and all the emotional and physical dilemmas that come with it, is back for season two.
A writer takes his wife and psychic son with him to an isolated hotel in hopes of curing his writer's block, but instead, he turns into a violent killer when an evil presence takes over him. The movie is based on Stephen King's 1977 novel of the same name.
"The Neverending Story"
A young boy dives into a fantasy world hidden in an enchanted book that leads him to encounter mystical creatures including a rock eater, gnome and a furry white dragon.
"The Green Mile"
This 1999 classic film starring Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan and David Morse, is about a man sentenced to death row who the guards find out to have a mysterious gift.
In this new Netflix limited series partly filmed in Valley Stream and Oceanside, Jonah Hill and Emma Stone's characters take part in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial involving a doctor who has major issues of his own.
"The Good Cop"
Josh Groban, left, plays a straight-laced detective challenged when he's forced to live with his father, a corrupt cop played by Malverne High School grad Tony Danza, right, in this new Netflix series.
"Sierra Burgess Is A Loser"
A quirky teen is scared to reveal her true identity to a popular jock who mistakenly texts her, thinking she's a popular cheerleader, in this Netflix original film.
Marvel's "Black Panther," an instant hit that smashed box-office records when it landed in theaters in February, tells the tale of the highly advanced African nation of Wakanda, whose king, T'Challa, tries to protect it from foreign enemies.
"American Horror Story: Cult"
The seventh season of FX's "American Horror Story" anthology series, which begins with Donald Trump's election in 2016, is "creepy, over-the-top and scary," our TV critic, Verne Gay, said in his review.
"A Wrinkle in Time"
Disney's "A Wrinkle in Time," about a girl (Storm Reid, right, with Reese Witherspoon) on a journey through the universe to find her missing scientist father, is a film adaptation of the 1962 classic children's novel by Madeleine L'Engle.
"The Walking Dead"
Season eight of AMC's crowd-pleasing zombie series is now on Netflix.
"Nappily Ever After"
When her romantic life takes an unexpected turn, Violet Jones (Sanaa Lathan) sets out to find herself, beginning with an impulsive yet symbolic hair makeover, in this Netflix original film.
ABC's "Quantico" may have been canceled in 2018, but all three seasons live on, on Netflix. The show, starring Priyanka Chopra, follows the lives of a group of young FBI recruits in training.
"Call the Midwife"
Season 7 of PBS' "Call the Midwife" series is now on Netflix. Set in 1950s London, the show follows a group of midwives at a nursing convent.
Quincy Jones -- who has worn multiple hats, from jazz musician to film and TV producer, during a long career in entertainment -- is profiled by his daughter, "Parks and Recreation" actress Rashida Jones, in this new documentary about his personal and professional lives.
Netflix's comedy mockumentary about a high school vandalism incident has returned for season 2 with a whole new whodunit.
"D.L. Hughley Contrarian"
Comedian D.L. Hughley brings to Netflix his second stand-up comedy special, in which he talks about topics ranging from political issues to celebrity scandals and more.
"The Land of Steady Habits"
This Netflix original movie follows a financier trying to put his life back together after quitting his job and ditching his family in a quest for happiness. With Edie Falco, right, and Connie Britton, not pictured.
"City of Joy"
This new Netflix original documentary follows Congolese women who turn to City of Joy, a center where they come together to heal after surviving sexual violence in the war-torn country.
Netflix's Emmy-nominated docuseries profiles chefs around the world and their innovative culinary creations. Volume 5 is streaming now.
"Boca Juniors Confidential"
This new Netflix original documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Boca Juniors, the most successful soccer club in Argentina.
"Daniel Sloss: Live Shows"
In this two-part stand-up special, the Scottish comedian riffs on topics including the personal (his upbringing in a liberal family, attempts at teenage rebellion) and the dark (disability, death).
"The World's Most Extraordinary Homes"
Follow architect Piers Taylor and actress/property enthusiast Caroline Quentin as they tour stunning, unusual homes all over the world, in season two of this Netflix original.
Based on a true story, this Netflix original film tells the story of an Egyptian presidential aide who becomes a spy for Israel.
In this new Netflix dramedy, a woman learns from her father -- while he's on his deathbed -- that she has more than 100 brothers and two sisters.
"On My Skin"
Arrested in Rome on a drug charge, a man suffers a harrowing week in custody of Carabinieri police. This Netflix film is based on true events in the Stefano Cucchi case that grabbed headlines in Italy.
This new Netflix original sitcom centers around a group of eighth-century vikings and all the pillaging, plundering and power-struggling that ensues.
"Norm Macdonald Has a Show"
Former "SNL" comedian Norm Macdonald (center) hosts celebrity friends including David Letterman (left), Drew Barrymore and Jane Fonda for casual chats on his new Netflix talk show.
Another Netflix original series, this new military period piece follows a young boy who returns to Korea from the U.S. after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident, the first American military action in Korea.
This new Netflix series follows an undercover cop and a khon performer as they combine their fighting skills to take down a drug trafficking operation.
"Marvel's Iron Fist"
In Netflix's second season of "Marvel's Iron Fist," leading characters Colleen and Danny fight to keep New York City's Chinatown safe while fighting old and new enemies.
"Made in Mexico"
This new Netflix reality series follows the drama-filled lives of a group of wealthy Mexico City socialites.
This new Netflix medical drama takes place in a prominent Korean hospital where controversy arises when an ER doctor and the hospital's new CEO have clashing philosophies.
"Cathedral of the Sea"
In this new Netflix series set in 14th-century Barcelona, a father flees from abusive nobles with his infant son.
"Hold the Dark"
In this original Netflix film, a wolf expert becomes entangled in a mystery when he hunts down wolves assumed to have killed a boy in Alaska.
"Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father"
Comedian Jack Whitehall is back with season two of "Travels with My Father." This time Jack and his dad Michael, travel through Europe with stops in Germany, Romania, Moldova and more.
This Netflix original series that follows the first lady of Mexico as she tries to prove her innocence in her husband's murder is back for a second season.
"First and Last"
This new Netflix docu-series highlights the first and last days of inmates at Georgia's Gwinnett County Jail.
This Netflix original series about an ex-cop who goes undercover in a prison to solve a kidnapping case, has returned for a second season.
"Car Masters: Rust to Riches"
This new Netflix reality series follows the crew at California's Gotham Garage, who turn old broken-down cars and trucks into masterpieces worth as much as six figures.
"The Resistance Banker"
In this Netflix original film set in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, a man forms a secret bank to fund the resistance.
This Netflix original series -- which follows four female employees at a cable company in 1920s Madrid as they navigate the workplace, romance and friendships -- has returned for a third season.
"The Most Assassinated Woman in the World"
In this Netflix crime thriller, the lines between fantasy and reality blur for an actress famous for her death scenes at a theater in 1930s Paris.
This animated Netflix series starring a half-horse, half-man being (voiced by Will Arnett) who was once a beloved '90s sitcom actor and is now trying to make a Hollywood comeback, is back for Season 5.
This Netflix original dramedy, which follows the daily social life of Sam Gardner, a teen on the autism spectrum, has returned for Season 2. Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport play his parents.