Can't decide what to watch on Netflix?
The huge selection of movies and shows can be overwhelming. Here's a sampling of some of the site's latest offerings, including the highly anticipated "Breaking Bad Movie," a film starring Meryl Streep, a documentary sharing the stories of undocumented families, plus comedy specials and more.
"Nikki Glaser: Bangin’"
In her first hour long Netflix special, Nikki Glaser doesn't hold back on talking about the popular taboo topic of sex. Start watching on Oct. 1.
This new Netflix docuseries follows eight undocumented immigrant families who share their story of living undocumented in America at great personal risk. Selena Gomez serves as an executive producer on the series. Start watching on Oct. 2.
"Rotten" season 2
Netflix's docuseries "Rotten," which reveals some of the hidden unsavory truths about the food industry is back for season two. This time exposing secrets behind the manufacturing of sugar and chocolate, avocados, bottled water, wine and marijuana edibles. Start watching on Oct. 2.
Raising a young son alone is one thing but raising a young son with supernatural powers is another, so when a widowed mother learns that her son has special abilties she must fight to protect him from those who want to exploit him for it. Michael B. Jordan ("Black Panther") executive produced the series. Start watching on Oct. 4.
"Big Mouth" season 3
Seventh grade is winding down but puberty isn't. See what it's like facing puberty in the modern world in season three of Big Mouth. Start watching on Oct. 4.
"In the Tall Grass"
Based on the novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill, this new film follows a group that ventures off into a field of grass after hearing the cries of a young boy -- but their rescue mission quickly becomes dangerous when they find themselves disoriented, separated and trapped by a sinister force. And they soon learn that getting lost isn't their biggest problem, being found is. Start watching on Oct. 4.
"Deon Cole: Cole Hearted"
In his first hour-long Netflix comedy special, comedian-actor Deon Cole ("Black-ish" and "Grown-ish") jokes about everything from the black experience to talking with strangers. Start watching on Oct. 8.
"Rhythm + Flow"
Hosted by Tip "T.I.," Cardi B and Chance the Rapper comes "Rhythm + Flow," a music competition where these three rap stars will set out to find the next generation of rap superstars. Top hip hop names like Snoop Dogg, Quavo, DJ Khaled, Anderson .Paak and the late Nipsey Hussle will make appearances along the way. Start watching on Oct. 9.
"El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie"
From the creator of the "Breaking Bad" series (Vince Gilligan) comes the very anticipated "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie." The movie picks up with crystal meth cooker and dealer Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) who's escaped captivity and is trying is to leave his past behind, which isn't so easy when the cops are on his tail. Start watching on Oct. 11.
"Haunted" season 2
Using dramatic reenactments, "Haunted" shows real people telling unsettling stories from their past that include encounters with ghost, demons and more terrifying things. Start watching on Oct. 11.
"Insatiable" season 2
Once bullied and overlooked by her classmates for being overweight, Patty (Debby Ryan) slims down and is ready to change the narrative -- but she isn't ready to become besties with the people who made her life a living hell, instead she wants revenge. But will her hunger for revenge go too far? Start watching on Oct. 11.
During a tense holiday weekend with his in-laws, Ray Monroe (Sam Worthington), is rushed to an emergency room by his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter Peri (Lucy Capri). But after a few hospital tests Monroe learns that his wife and daughter are missing and that all records of the family's visit has been erased. Now concerned and desperate Monroe must race to see what happened to his family. Start watching on Oct. 11.
Three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep stars in this new Netflix film as a widow investigating insurance fraud, which leads her to a pair of Panama City lawyers (Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas) who are exploiting the world's financial system. Start watching on Oct. 18.
"Living with Yourself"
Life for Miles (Paul Rudd) is tough, so when he sees a spa that promises a treatment that will make him a better person it's a no brainer to have it done. But when the treatment literally clones Miles -- indeed creating a better and improved version of him -- he must now contend with a double identity. But can these two versions of Miles coexist? Start watching on Oct. 18.
"Tell Me Who I Am"
This documentary follows the life of twin brothers Marcus and Alex; and Alex having lost his memory at 18 relies on Marcus to teach him who he was -- but decades later the twins must face a traumatic family secret that Marcus hid while helping his brother rebuild his life. Start watching on Oct. 18.
"Jenny Slate: Stage Fright"
In her first Netflix special, comedian-actress Jenny Slate ("Zootopia," "The Secret Life of Pets") gives viewers a comedic inside look at her life, bringing up everything from her haunted childhood home to overcoming stage fright. Start watching on Oct. 22.
If the world of Mad Max Fury clashed with a post-apocalyptic zombie world, Netflix's "Daybreak" would maybe be the result. This new drama series follows a group of teen outcasts as they navigate their post apocalyptic town to help one of the teens find his missing girlfriend. Start watching on Oct. 24.
"Dolemite Is My Name"
Starring comedic veteran Eddie Murphy, this new Netflix film tells the story of the late Rudy Ray Moore, a multitalented pioneer who proved the naysayers wrong when he created his 1975 film "Dolemite," a 1970s Blaxploitation phenomenon. The film features an all-star comedic cast including Craig Robinson, Keegan-Michael Key, Tituss Burgess, Mike Epps, Wesley Snipes and more. Start watching on Oct. 25.
"My Next Guest with David Letterman and Shah Rukh Khan"
The next featured guest on David Letterman's Netflix talk show is Shah Rukh Khan, a famous Indian actor also dubbed The King of Bollywood, who has starred in a string of Bollywood's biggest hits. Start watching on Oct. 25.
Hosted by "Stranger Things" Gaten Matarazzo, this new Netflix prank show takes two complete strangers on a terrifying supernatural surprise ride -- tossing them straight into a real life horror movie. Start watching on Oct. 25.
"The Kominsky Method" season 2
Friends Norman Sandy (Michael Douglas), left, and Norman (Alan Arkin), right, may be older but that doesn't mean they have life all figured out. Watch season two to see these two best friends continue to navigate the ups and downs of getting older in the city of Los Angeles. Start watching on Oct. 25.
While Katrina (Carmen Ejogo) is changing a tire on her car in the middle of nowhere during a cross country trip to start a new life, her daughter Clara (Apollonia Pratt) wanders off and is bitten by a venomous rattlesnake. Fortunately for the two a mysterious woman comes to their aid and miraculously heals Clara, but it comes with a price. To repay the woman Katrina must kill a stranger by sundown in exchange for her daughter's life, leaving her morals and Clara's life at stake. Which will she chose? Start watching on Oct. 25.
"A 3 Minute Hug"
This new Netflix doc follows families as they experience the bittersweet joy and heartbreak of reunions at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2018. Start watching on Oct. 28.
"Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy"
Comedian, actor and talk show host Arsenio Hall, known for "Coming to America," his self titular talk show, and many more comedic acts, is making his Netflix comedy special debut with his new special "Smart & Classy." Start watching on Oct. 29.
"Flavorful Origins: Yunnan Cuisine"
This food series explores various culinary traditions of China while telling the stories of the people behind creating and cherishing these dishes. Season one explored Chaoshan cusine and season two will explore Yunnan cuisine. Start watching on Oct. 30.
"Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father" season 3
Comedian Jack Whitehall is back with season three of "Travels with My Father." Watch this hilarious father-son duo (who couldn't be more different) take amusing trips around the world in attempt to strengthen their bond. After travels throughout Asia and Europe, this season Jack and his father Michael will travel through America.
"Hip-Hop Evolution" season 3
Netflix's critically-acclaimed documentary series that delves in the world of hip-hop from the 1970s through the 1990s is back for season three. Watch "Hip-Hop Evolution" to see how the genre evolved and learn how some of the most iconic rappers from Tupac to Jay-Z, and more left their mark.
"The Chef Show" volume 2
Follow actor-director-producer John Favreau (who has produced a handful of Marvel films) as he reunites with award-winning chef Roy Choi to go on another food adventure. The two cook together while experimenting with new recipes, techniques while also collaborating with some of the biggest names in the entertainment and culinary industry.
"Hello, Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea"
In this new Netflix documentary, actress-comedian-writer Chelsea Handler explores white privilege and how it has impacted American culture and benefited her life and career. Special guests such as Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish also join her to talk bluntly about racial bias.
"The Ranch" part 7
Netflix's "The Ranch" starring Ashton Kutcher as a failed pro athlete who tries to readjust back to a life at his old family ranch, is back for part seven.
For the last 16 years of her life Jodi has always been the tallest girl in school and always felt very insecure about it. So when a new foreign exchange student named Stig comes to school and is even taller than her, Jodi develops a crush and finds solace in him -- or so she believes.
"Between Two Ferns: The Movie"
Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell star in this new mockumentary based off Galifianakis' former talk show of the same name. The movie follows Galifianakis as he sets out on a road trip conducting celebrity interviews in effort to restore his reputation after being humiliated by Ferrell. Start watching on Sept. 20.
"Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates"
This new in-depth Netflix documentary series gives us an unprecedented close and personal look at tech mastermind and philanthropist Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft and the current second richest person in the world. Start watching on Sept. 20.
"Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself"
Stand-up comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is back with another Netflix original special. In this second one, Dunham talks parenting, pink eye, political correctness and more - but not without his trusty sidekicks. Start watching on Sept. 24.
"Abstract: The Art of Design" season 2
From sneaker designers, automobile designers, interior designers, photographers and more, Netflix's "Abstract: The Art of Design," gives us an up close and personal look inside the minds of some of the world's greatest designers and visionaries across a range of disciplines. Start watching on Sept. 25.
"Explained" season 2
This Netflix documentary from Vox, which explores a range of current topics from cryptocurrency to dieting and K-pop to the billionaire boom, is back for season two. Start watching on Sept. 26.
Starring Ben Platt, "The Politician," follows a student who is determined to become president - but first he must overcome his high school's political landscape. Also starring is Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange and Zoey Deutch. Start watching on Sept. 27.
"Mo Gilligan: Momentum"
Watch English stand-up comedian Mo Gilligan in his first Netflix special where he talks about humble beginnings, family dynamics and the complex art of dancing in the club. Start watching on Sept. 30.
Patricia Arquette, left, Felicity Huffman and Angela Bassett star in this new Netflix film as three best friends and mothers who are feeling forgotten on Mother's Day. And so, to remedy the feeling, they decide to spontaneously visit their adult sons -- which may not turn out as good of an idea as they thought.
"Dear White People" volume 3
Netflix's "Dear White People," which is based on the film of the same name, is back. Watch as the students of color at Winchester University navigate the obstacles of studying at a predominantly white Ivy League school -- including issues of cultural bias, misguided activism, slippery politics, social injustice and so much more.
"Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" volume 4
Tune in to "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj," where the former "Daily Show" senior correspondent delivers comedic and nuanced perspectives on topics ranging from global news, politics and culture on his Peabody Award-winning series.
"Enter the Anime"
This new Netflix documentary takes a deep dive into the world of anime by interviewing notable anime masterminds to better understand this popular Japanese animation style.
"No Good Nick" part 2
A young teen whose dad is in jail, cons her way into a family under the pretense she's a distant relative -- but how long can she keep the lie up? Watch part two to find out.
Rising San Francisco chef Kai finds that he has much bigger fish to fry when he learns that he's the next 'Chosen One' of a long line of assassins whose mission is to safeguard an ancient Chinese mystery. Can Kai live up to the test?
"GLOW" season 3
Created by the same team behind Netflix's now ended "Orange Is the New Black," this comedy follows a group of misfits in 1980s LA who call themselves the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. In season three, the ladies are heading to Las Vegas for more shows where they face struggles that test their friendship.
"Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling"
Netflix is bringing back 90s cartoon "Rocko's Modern Life" as a 45-minute reboot special. And in this fresh new take, Rocko and the gang return to Earth after being stranded in space for 20 years -- but returning to the 21st century comes with a set of new obstacles that gang didn't imagine. Can they adjust or will they pack their bags and head back to the 90's?
In this new Netflix documentary, investigative journalists expose a conservative Christian group called The Family -- a group that seemingly has had obscure, powerful holds in Washington, D.C, for a long time.
"Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready"
This new comedy special produced and hosted by Tiffany Haddish features six of Haddish's favorite comedians, including Chaunté Wayans (Wild n' Out), April Macie (Last Comic Standing), Tracey Ashley (The Last O.G.), Aida Rodriguez (Comedy Central's This Week at the Comedy Cellar), Flame Monroe (Def Comedy Jam), and Marlo Williams (BET's Comicview).
Based on Dr. Lisa Sanders' hugely popular column in The New York Times Magazine, "Diagnosis" is a documentary that follows individuals who have mysterious undiagnosed illnesses. And by using tools such as crowdsourcing and social media the hope is that these patients can get answers about their symptoms.
'MINDHUNTER' season 2
This Netflix series, which follows two FBI agents in the 1970s as they try to delve into the minds of criminals is back for season two.
'Million Pound Menu' season 2
Set in the U.K., this competition series features aspiring restaurateurs who get the chance to open their own pop-up restaurants -- but they must impress the paying public and most importantly, a couple of investors.
Workin' Moms, season 3
The gang is back for season 3 -- they're still learning to balance work and personal life, but this time with toddlers, aging and relationships.
Follow stylist and interior designer Jason Bolden and husband Adair Curtis of JSN Studio as they work with their celebrity A-list clientele.
"Stranger Things" season 3
Netflix's "Stranger Things" is back for its long-awaited season three. Based in a small Indiana town in the 1980's, a group of friends are challenged not just by the ordinary pains of growing up but by an old evolving evil force that was deemed to be long gone. To survive they have to put the fear aside and lean on their friendship, but can it stand the test once again?
Watch this new mouthwatering Netflix documentary to learn all about tacos -- their history, significance in Mexico, global appeal and much more.
"Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein"
In this new Netflix mockumentary, watch "Stranger Things" actor David Harbour dig deep into family secrets after finding lost footage from his father's disastrous televised stage play, "Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein."
"Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" season 11
Jerry Seinfeld is back again for another round of vintage cars and caffeine-fueled adventures with some of the best comedians around. This season's guests include fellow LIer Eddie Murphy, Matthew Broderick, Bridget Everett, Jamie Foxx, Ricky Gervais and more. (It's the sixth season available on Netflix, after moving there from Sony Crackle.)
"Queer Eye" season 4
The Fab Five --- from left, Tan, Jonathan, Karamo, Antoni, Bobby -- are back in Kansas City, Missouri, delivering their signature inspirational, fun and sometimes jaw-dropping makeovers.
"Workin' Moms" season 2
The gang is back for season 2 -- they're still learning to balance work and personal life, but this time with toddlers, aging and relationships.
"Orange Is the New Black" season 7
Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" (one of the streaming service's first original programs) is coming back for its final season. After six emotion-packed seasons, see what lies ahead for Piper, Suzanne, Nicky, Red and the rest of the gang.
"The Letdown" season 2
A new mother joins a much-needed new parents support group, where she finds others struggling with the same quirky challenges.
"When They See Us"
Created by Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay, this new four part limited Netflix series explores the criminal justice system by bringing back to light the true story of the Central Park Five -- 5 young teenagers who were wrongfully accused and convicted of rape in 1989.
"My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman" season 2
David Letterman's Netflix talk show, which has featured notable figures from Barack Obama to Howard Stern for in-depth conversations, is back for season two. Start watching the latest season, features stars such as Ellen DeGeneres and Kanye West.
"Black Mirror" season 5
"Black Mirror," one of Netflix's most talked-about series is back for season five. The drama is known for its stand-alone satirical tales that explore techno-paranoia. Season five stars actors such as Anthony Mackie, left, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, right, Miley Cyrus and Topher Grace.
"I Am Mother"
A teenage girl's bond with a maternal droid is tested when she encounters another human though she was raised to believe that humanity was extinct.
"Tales of the City"
Based off Armistead Maupin's novel series of the same name, this Netflix film follows the colorful LGBTQ community at San Francisco's 28 Barbary Lane and one character who makes a comeback after a long absence.
"The Black Godfather"
This documentary follows the life of music executive Clarence Avant, above, also known as the "The Black Godfather," who is considered one of the most influential figures in the business -- from mentoring big names to working behind the scenes in music, film, TV and politics. Watch to see figures from ex-presidents to actors and musicians pay tribute to this music magnate.
"Designated Survivor" season 3
Netflix's "Designated Survivor," which follows a lower-level cabinet member, played by Kiefer Sutherland, right, who is suddenly promoted to president of the United States after an attack during the State of the Union address, is back for season three on Netflix.
"Jo Koy: Comin' In Hot"
Following the success of his first Netflix special, "Jo Koy: Live from Seattle" in 2018, comedian Jo Koy is back with another one "Comin' In Hot," where he talks about raising a millennial, the intricacies of Filipino traditions, and more.
"Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese"
In this documentary filmmaker Martin Scorse takes a look back at Bob Dylan's 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour.
A NYC cop, played by Adam Sandler, finally takes his hairdresser wife, played by Jennifer Aniston, on a long-awaited European trip, but events quickly take a turn after they get invited on a billionaire's lavish yacht and are soon blamed for his murder. Now they must solve the murder on their own or go down for the crime.
"Marvel's Jessica Jones"
"Jessica Jones," which follows the titular character as she navigates past traumas and uses her gifts to haunt down her past tormentor, is back for season three, which will be its last.
"Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives"
Comedian-actor Adam Devine is delivering his first Netflix comedy special. In his special "Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives," he will talk about the worst parts of growing up including puberty, parental judgment, and almost dying on his 21st birthday.
A high school security guard who is a music manager by night, sees great potential in a student who is a hip-hop prodigy but struggles with crippling anxiety. The two form an unlikely bond in hopes of breaking into Chicago's music scene while fighting a myriad of issues along the way.
Stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias stars in this Netflix sitcom as a high school teacher trying to make a difference in the lives of his gifted misfit students.
"The Confession Tapes" season 2
Netflix's true crime documentary that investigates cases of people who confessed to crimes they didn't commit is back for season two.
"The Casketeers" season 2
"The Casketeers," which follows husband and wife funeral home directors Francis and Kaiora, as they run their funeral home business in Polynesia is back for season two.
"Mike Epps: Only One Mike"
After his first Netflix comedy special in 2015, comedian-actor Mike Epps returns with his appropriately inappropriate comedic style. In his latest special he'll talk about overcoming childhood dyslexia, the mysterious infinite wisdom of old people and raising four daughters.
"Knock Down The House"
This film from Rachel Lears looks at four groundbreaking and recent congressional campaigns -- those of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela (Nevada's 4th District), Cori Bush (Missouri's 1st District), and Paula Jean Swearengin (who ran against Joe Manchin in the 2018 primary in West Virginia, but was defeated).
"All In My Family"
Chinese-American filmmaker Hao Wu documents his journey of introducing his same-sex partner and their children to his deeply traditional parents and relatives in China in this new Netflix documentary.
"The Last Summer"
This new coming of age film, follows several high school friends as they grapple with the realities of their dreams, relationships and identities during their last summer together before college.
"Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile"
This new Netflix film tells the story of real-life serial killer Ted Bundy (played by Zac Efron) but from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Liz (played by Lily Collins) -- who refused to believe the truth about his crimes for years.
"Tuca & Bertie"
Toucan Tuca (voiced by Tiffany Haddish) and song thrush Bertie (voiced by Ali Wong) -- star in this new Netflix adult animated series as the two bird best friends you didn't know you needed. One carefree, the other anxious, the series follows them as they experience the craziness of life together.
This new Netflix comedy game show follows contestants as they navigate frightening and uncomfortable events. But the real test is trying not to flinch -- or else suffer painful consequences.
"Dead to Me"
Linda Cardellini, left, and Christina Applegate star in this new Netflix film as new friends -- one a hothead, the other an eccentric optimist -- who bond over the death of their partners. But events take a turn, when it's discovered that there's more to the optimist's life than she lets on.
"Lucifer" season 4
Fox drama "Lucifer," which was canceled by Fox and then revived by Netflix, is returning for season four on May 8. The series follows heaven's fallen angel Lucifer, who gets bored in hell and decides to resort to Angeles.
Directed by Amy Poehler, who stars in it alongside Emily Spivey and "SNL" alums Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer and Paula Pell, this film follows a group of longtime friends who reunite for one of the lady's 50th birthday at Napa Valley. But with an abundance of wine and a thrown out itinerary, anything could go wrong -- or maybe right.
"Easy" season 3
Netflix's anthology "Easy," which follows different characters as they navigate a maze of love, sex and technology in Chicago, returns for its final season.
In this new Netflix series, a group of teenagers from a wealthy New England town, suddenly get to make their own rules when their parents all mysteriously vanish. No parents mean more freedom -- that is until things become dangerous and alliances must be established to survive.
"Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" volume 4
Tune in to "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj," where the former "Daily Show" senior correspondent delivers comedic and nuanced perspectives on topics ranging from global news, politics and culture on his Peabody Award-winning series.
"See You Yesterday"
Two Brooklyn teenagers C.J, left, and Sebastian, right, who are aspiring scientists, build a time machine in order to go back in time and save C.J's brother from being wrongfully killed by a police officer.
"Nailed It!" season 3
Netflix's hilarious bake-off show that follows amateur bakers as they attempt to recreate professional sweet treats is back for season three.
"Wanda Sykes: Not Normal"
Wanda Sykes, a 30-year comedy veteran, takes on the current state of the world with her sharp-witted comedic perspective, in her first ever Netflix special.
Netflix's anthology series "Slasher" that follows rampaging serial killers and their next victims is returning for a new chapter.
"She's Gotta Have It" season 2
"She's Gotta Have It," a Spike Lee spinoff series of his first feature film of the same name -- is returning for season two. The series follows Nola Darling (DeWanda Wise) as she navigates a gentrified Brooklyn, her artistry, friends, job and three lovers.
In this new Netflix film, an under-confident girl and enigmatic con join forces to retrieve her stolen phone from a goat-loving crazy gangster, and in the process she happens to find her confidence.
When troubled cello prodigy, right, (Allison Williams of "Get Out") returns to school after a long hiatus to find new student, left, (Logan Browning of "Dear White People") in her spotlight, she resorts to dire actions to reclaim her position in this twisted thriller film.
Netflix's "After Maria" follows the stories of several families from Puerto Rico as they deal with the aftermath of hurricane Maria that destroyed the island in 2017.
"Always Be My Maybe"
In this Netflix film, estranged childhood friends Marcus (Randall Park) and Sasha (Ali Wong) reconnect after 15 years -- but will their friendship finally evolve beyond just being friends? Start watching to find out.
"Bad Blood" season 2
Based on a true story, this Netflix crime drama, which follows a mob boss, his family and associates as they preside over organized crime and corruption in Montreal, is back for season 2. This time with the mob boss dead, powers shift -- but not without a fight.
How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)
Based on real events -- a nerdy teen from Germany builds an online drug empire from his bedroom to impress his ex-girlfriend.
"Anthony Jeselnik: Fire in the Maternity Ward"
After his first Netflix comedy special in 2015, Anthony Jeselnik returns with his critical and biting comedic style.
True to its title, this new Netflix series from the creators of "Chef's Table" explores street food in nine Asian countries.
"Cuckoo" season 5
This British sitcom, featuring "Twilight's" Taylor Lautner (not pictured) as a quirky American hippie, is back for season five.
This Netflix film stars "Jane the Virgin's" Gina Rodriguez (pictured center) as a NYC music journalist, Jenny, whose long-term boyfriend breaks up with her after she lands her dream job in San Francisco. To cope with this sudden heartbreak, Jenny calls up her two best friends (played by DeWanda Wise, left, of Netflix's 2017 "She's Gotta Have It" series remake, and Brittany Snow "Pitch Perfect") for one last outrageous adventure before moving away.
"No Good Nick"
LIer Melissa Joan Hart stars in this new Netflix sitcom as a high-strung mom who unwittingly welcomes a teenage con artist into her home.
"Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?"
In this Spanish drama, four longtime roommates' lives are changed when a secret is revealed as they party on their last night together.
"The Perfect Date"
Noah Centineo, who achieved heartthrob status in 2018 with back-to-back Netflix romcoms "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" and "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser," is back with another Netflix film, this time as a paid stand-in boyfriend to save up for college. Featuring "Riverdale" actress Camila Mendes.
"Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" part 2
In part two of this Netflix series, Sabrina (played by Kiernan Shipka of "Mad Men") -- a half-witch, half-human -- is stuck exploring her darker side, maintaining her mortal friendships and being in an unholy love triangle between a warlock and a mortal.
Brie Larson stars in her directorial debut, playing a 20-something dreamer who receives an invitation to fulfill her childhood dreams. Samuel L. Jackson, who also appeared in 2019's "Captain Marvel" with Larson, also has a role.
"Kevin Hart: Irresponsible"
This new Kevin Hart stand-up special is his first one filmed especially for the streaming service.
"Saving Mr. Banks"
"Saving Mr. Banks" tells the true story of Walt Disney's quest to turn P.L. Travers' novel "Mary Poppins" into what became one of the most beloved Disney movies.
This 2004 adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel, starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling star as a young Southern couple from completely different worlds who fall in love during the World War II era, has become a modern classic.
This new take on the Winnie the Pooh world created by author A.A. Milne sees an adult Christopher Robin reunite with his childhood bear, Pooh, who needs helping finding the rest of the gang: Tigger, Eeyore, Owl, Piglet, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo.
Comedian Ricky Gervais stars in this new Netflix series as a new widower who decides that the best way to cope with his loss is to say and do whatever he wants. Unfortunately for those around him, he becomes extremely blunt and couldn't care less about being the nice guy.
"Turn Up Charlie"
Idris Elba (who's also a real-life DJ) stars in this new Netflix series as a struggling DJ who is trying to rebuild his career as he becomes a "manny" to his famous best friend's troublesome child.
"Queer Eye" season 3
The Fab Five will be making their way to Kansas City, Mo., for an all new season.
"Arrested Development" Season 5 B
The dysfunctional Bluth family continues to run their life into the ground as they return for the second part of season 5.
"Amy Schumer Growing"
Rockville Centre-raised comedian Amy Schumer is back with her second Netflix comedy special. In this one, filmed in Chicago, she covers topics ranging from politics to pregnancy.
"Santa Clarita Diet" season 3
Season 3 of this series about married realtors Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore) whose lives take a sudden turn when Sheila suddenly becomes zombielike is on Netflix.
"The Legend of Cocaine Island"
This new Netflix documentary follows businessman Rodney Hyden's journey to find a rumored hidden $2 million stash of cocaine in the Caribbean.
When a blunt critic (Jake Gyllenhaal), his ambitious assistant (Zawe Ashton) and a gallery owner (Rene Russo), come across a deceased artist's stash of paintings, events take a literal threatening turn as they discover there's more to his paintings than the mere images.
In this new Netflix series Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) repeatedly dies horrendously, only to wake up and relive her 36th birthday party. Follow her as she tries to escape this time warp to the right side of reality.
Dance-loving teenager Tracy Turnblad -- played by Great Neck's Nikki Blonsky -- becomes an overnight teen sensation after winning a spot on "The Corny Collins Show," which paves a way for integration in 1962 Baltimore.
The Edge of Seventeen
Being a teenager going through high school is already tough -- but things get more unbearable for Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) when her best friend Krista (Haley Lu Richardson) starts dating her older brother.
Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner
Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian Ray Romano, who is popularly known for the sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," debuts his first Netflix comedy special this month. This is the comedian's first stand-up special in 23 years.
Kevin Hart's Guide to Black History
Join Kevin Hart in this new comedy and educational special that highlights the contributions of black history's unsung heroes.
One Day at a Time
Netflix's "One Day at a Time" is back for season three. Sculpted from the 90s sitcom of the same name, a newly single Latina mother Penelope (Justina Machado) raises her teen children with help from her old-school mother Lydia (Rita Moreno).
ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke
Netflix's crime docuseries "ReMastered" is back with another episode -- this one featuring Sam Cooke, who was one of the most influential black musicians of the Civil Rights Movement. The documentary explores the investigation into the circumstances, controversy and theories surrounding his death.
Nailed It! Mexico
"Nailed it!" is making its way to Mexico. Watch amateur bakers hilariously attempt to recreate professional sweet treats for a cash prize.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj
Tune in to "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj," where the former "Daily Show" senior correspondent delivers comedic and nuanced perspectives on topics ranging from global news, politics and culture. New episodes stream every Sunday.
"Dating Around" shows the complications of dating in today's world while following singles as they navigate five awkward dates in hopes of finding one person worth a second date.
Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho
Actor comedian Ken Jeong -- popularly known for the "The Hangover" film series -- has his first-ever stand-up comedy special coming to Netflix. In his special, Jeong pays tribute to his wife who battled breast cancer and shares stories about his Hollywood experiences.
The Umbrella Academy
Based on Gerard Way's comics, "The Umbrella Academy" series follow several superhero siblings who reunite following the passing of their dad -- only to find that they have much bigger problems than their father's death to tackle.
Larry Charles' Dangerous World of Comedy
Writer and director Larry Charles, known for writing on "Seinfeld," is traveling the world in this new Netflix docuseries to find humor in the most unusual, unexpected and dangerous places.
Starring Ray Romano and Mark Duplass, this new Netflix movie follows the emotional journey of two men after one finds out he has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and asks his friend to help him leave the world on his own terms.
This new comedy series is about four moms fresh off maternity leave and back to work -- follow them as they navigate kids, bosses, love and life.
Unsolved: Tupac & Biggie
USA Network's scripted true crime series based on the murder investigations of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls is coming to Netflix.
"The Incredibles 2"
Disney's "The Incredibles 2" is coming to Netflix on Jan. 30. Watch this superhero family face new obstacles and villains in this long-awaited sequel.
"Ant-Man and the Wasp"
An urgent mission forces Scott Lang to once again don the Ant-Man suit, but this time alongside another powerful superhero called the Wasp.
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
From being a part of an apocalypse cult for 15 years to adjusting to a normal life in NYC, Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt " is back for its final run. Watch what shenanigans Kimmy and the gang get into, while they explore what their lives may have been like without Kimmy.
"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, part B of this Netflix original.
"Grace and Frankie"
When Grace and Frankie's husbands leave them for each other, these longtime rivals have no choice but to become the best of friends. See what new adventures they stir up in season five.
"The Last Laugh"
When Al, a restless talent manager runs into Buddy, a former client, as they move into the same retirement home -- the two pair up again and decide to bring Buddy's old dream of becoming a comedian to life again.
"Friends from College"
When a group of tight-knit college friends are all back to living in NYC, reconnecting as adults is harder than they thought -- as secrets and sticky situations become harder to hide and things get very messy.
"Solo: A Star Wars Story"
Young Han Solo joins forces with galactic smugglers and a 190-year-old Wookie named Chewbacca, to travel to the mining planet of Kessel to steal starship fuel in order to repay his debt to a gangster.
"Comedians of the World"
Netflix is kicking off the new year with a comedy special featuring comedians from countries around the globe, including the U.S., Brazil, India, Germany, Mexico and more.
"A Series of Unfortunate Events"
Netflix's series adaptation of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" returns for season three with the start of the new year. See what trials and tribulations the Baudelaire orphans face in their quest to uncover family secrets.
"Avengers: Infinity War"
Watch the Avengers as they all team up to fight Thanos, who's plotting on collecting all the six Infinity Stones so he can have full control of the universe. Despite all the Avenger forces coming together, will they be able to stop him and save the planet and its very existence before it's too late? Tune into Netflix to find out.
Syfy's third season of "The Magicians" is coming to Netflix. The show follows a group of students who discover that the magic they read about as children is far from imaginary.