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, including a new comedy special by Wanda Sykes and a new season of "Lucifer," plus new original movies, reality shows and more.
"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. Start watching May 3.
"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. Start watching May 3.
"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. Start watching May 3.
"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. Start watching May 3.
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. Start watching May 3.
"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. Start watching May 3.
"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. Start watching May 10.
"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. Start watching May 10.
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. Start watching May 10.
"Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" volume 3
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. Start watching new episodes on May 12.
"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. Start watching this Netflix film on May 17.
"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. Start watching May 17.
"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. Start watching May 21.
Netflix's anthology series "Slasher" that follows rampaging serial killers and their next victims is returning for a new chapter. Start watching May 23.
"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. Start watching May 24.
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. Start watching May 30.
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. Start watching May 24.
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.
"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. Start watching May 31.
"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 on May 31 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. Start watching May 31.
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. Start watching May 31.
"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. Start watching his most recent on April 30.
True to its title, this new Netflix series from the creators of "Chef's Table" explores street food in nine Asian countries. Available April 26.
"Cuckoo" season 5
This British sitcom, featuring "Twilight's" Taylor Lautner (not pictured) as a quirky American hippie, is back for season five. Start watching April 19.
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. Available April 19.
"No Good Nick"
LIer Melissa Joan Hart stars in this new Netflix sitcom as a hight-strung mom who unwittingly welcomes a teenage con artist into her home. Start watching April 15.
"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. Start watching April 12.
"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. Start watching April 12.
"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. Available April 5.
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. Start watching April 5.
"Kevin Hart: Irresponsible"
This new Kevin Hart stand-up special is his first one filmed especially for the streaming service. Start watching April 2.
"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. Start watching March 1.
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. Available March 1.
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. Start watching on March 5.
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. Start watching March 8.
"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. Start watching March 15.
"Queer Eye" season 3
The Fab Five will be making their way to Kansas City, Mo., for an all new season. Start watching March 15.
"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. Start watching on March 15.
"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. Start watching March 19.
"Santa Clarita Diet" season 3
This series, about married realtors Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore) whose lives take a sudden turn when Sheila suddenly becomes zombielike, returns for season 3 on March 29.
"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. Available March 29.
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. Available Feb. 1.
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. Available Feb. 1.
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. Available Feb. 1.
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. Start watching Feb 1.
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. Start watching Feb. 5.
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. Start watching Feb. 8.
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). Start watching Feb. 8.
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. Start watching Feb. 8.
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. Start watching volume two on Feb. 10.
"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. Start watching Feb. 14.
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. Start watching Feb. 14.
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. Start watching Feb. 15.
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. Start watching Feb. 15.
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. Available Feb. 22.
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. Start watching Feb. 22.
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. Start watching Feb. 27.
"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. Watch this epic duo on Jan. 29.
"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. Start watching on Jan. 25.
"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. Available on Jan. 18.
"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. Available Jan. 18.
"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. Start watching Jan. 11.
"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. Start watching season two on Jan. 11.
"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. Start watching Jan. 9.
"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.
"Tales by Light"
Netflix's travel docuseries "Tales by Light," which follows acclaimed photographers as they go on adventures that lead them to cultures, spaces and distinct imagery around the world, is returning for season three.
"Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable"
Comedian and talk show host Ellen is returning to stand-up comedy after a 15-year hiatus with her new Netflix comedy special, "Relatable."
"Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons"
This Netflix docuseries that follows investigative journalists as they become voluntary inmates in some of the world's most dangerous prisons in countries including Poland, Mexico and Ukraine, returns for season three.
This British sitcom, starring "Twilight's" Taylor Lautner -- as a quirky American hippie -- is back for season four.
"Full House" spinoff "Fuller House" is back for season four. Watch DJ, Stephanie and Kimmy tackle life problems together, from budding romances to raising a house full of kids.
Netflix's "The Ranch" starring Ashton Kutcher --a failed pro athlete who tries to readjust back to a life at his old family ranch -- is back for part six.
When a top-secret U.S.-Australian joint defense facility called Pine Gap is attacked, what was thought to be a tight-knit alliance between the two countries is being questioned by teams on both sides -- which is unfortunate for the lovers caught in the crossfire.
"Nailed It! Holiday!"
'Tis the season to watch amateur bakers attempt to recreate professional holiday desserts in this special holiday edition of "Nailed it!" Will they tease our taste buds or send us pulling down the Christmas lights? Tune in to find out.
Based on a true story, this new Netflix crime drama series follows the Rizzuto family and its associates, who were notoriously known for presiding over organized crime and corruption in Montreal for decades.
"Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle"
Much to the likes of Disney's "Tarzan" and "The Jungle Book," this new Netflix film follows the journey of an orphan boy raised by animals, who becomes torn between his new human identity and the animals who've always accepted him as their own.
Willowdean Dickson is tired of living in the shadow of her high maintenance former beauty queen mother (Jennifer Aniston). So in protest she signs up for her mother's pageant, inspiring other girls to challenge the status quo.
"The American Meme"
This Netflix documentary follows social media influencers like Paris Hilton, Josh Ostrovsky, Brittany Furlan, and more as they hustle to create online empires.
"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 and playing a game of Russian roulette. Will he succeed? Tune into Netflix to find out.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons"
In this new Netflix comedy special, John Leguizamo traces 3,000 years of Latin history and representation.
"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 toward holiday romance.
"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.
"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, 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.
"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).
"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.