Cancel Your Weekend Plans: Netflix Shows Are Cool Again

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Netflix is adding some great original content tonight, including the highly anticipated second season of Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. There's also the star-studded drama Unicorn Store, the historical epic Roman Empire: Caligula and a spiritual successor to David Attenborough's Planet Earth series; Our Planet. (And that's just the cream of the crop!)

Truly, your main conundrum this Friday night will be deciding which show to watch first - do you catch up with Sabrina and the gang at Gravestone Heights? Or indulge your senses in the amazing nature documentary Our Planet? Or perhaps you're keen to see more of Brie Larson in Unicorn Store alongside her Captain Marvel co-star Samuel L. Jackson?

They all drop tonight, alongside plenty of others. (History buffs and pervos will probably want to check out the Caligula biopic too.) Read on for everything coming to the service for the weekend of April 5 to April 7.

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New Netflix TV Shows

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2 (5 April)

Part 2 finds Sabrina exploring her darker side, curious to learn more about her heritage, while struggling to maintain her friendships in the mortal world.

Roman Empire: Caligula: The Mad Emperor (5 April)

Once beloved by the troops and people alike, Caligula shocks Rome by ruling with the cruel depravity and debauchery that make him infamous.

Tijuana (5 April)

When a prominent politician is murdered in cold blood, intrepid local journalists risk their lives to uncover the truth.

Persona: Collection (5 April)

An eclectic exploration of different personas in a collection of four short films directed by critically acclaimed Korean directors.

Star Trek: Discovery (5 April)

Mysterious events in different regions of the galaxy launch Discovery on a new mission with a temporary captain: Christopher Pike of the Enterprise.

New Netflix Movies

Unicorn Store (5 April)

Kit (Brie Larson), a twenty-something dreamer, receives an invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams.

The Big Short (7 April)

A group of wily opportunists make a fortune off of the U.S. economic crash by sniffing out the situation in advance and betting against the banks.

Netflix Documentaries / Stand Up Comedy

Our Planet (5 April)

Exhilarating visuals and stunning footage of rarely-seen animals mix with somber truths about humanity's impact on the planet's habitats and species.

Netflix Kids & Family

Spirit Riding Free: Season 8 (5 April)

Big changes lie ahead for Lucky and her friends in an eventful final season — from new babies at home to a faraway boarding school.

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Comments

    How do I watch Star Trek: Discovery on Netflix? I think maybe you mixed something up.

    Nothing at all COOL relating to Netflix, also a weak, incorrect descriptive word, correct factual use is for the weather.
    Netflix scriptwriters and associates are pathetic and inadequately educated due to the endless use of the 'sexual intercourse' slang word, this would be due to the lack of knowledge of a plethora of great descriptive words in the English language (which they would spell incorrectly -- as they describe a plough as a 'plow').
    To make the movies more annoying are the woeful, amateur, D-grade meaningless songs played randomly in the movie.
    Proof of all this is evident when trying to understand the muffled, closed-mouth talking which forces the use of subtitles.
    Complete obsession with the continuous use of 'F******KING' words proves the low-grade education factor in each of their brains.

    Last edited 10/04/19 12:00 pm

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