It's Friday! Friday! Gotta get down on Friday! Ahem. Sorry. We're just a bit excited about all the new content coming to Netflix tonight and over the weekend.
Here's everything we'll be gleefully watching during the next 53 hours or so - from the Jessica Jones finale to An Inconvenient Sequel.
Tonight, Netflix will be dropping the third and final season of Marvel's Jessica Jones onto its servers. Sadly, it's highly unlikely we'll be getting any more episodes after this. Same goes for Daredevil, Luke Cage, The Punisher and Iron Fist. (Blame Disney Plus.) If you're a superhero fan, you owe it to your inner Marvel zombie to binge-watch this final adventure.
With Disney now owning the largest library of content in the world through a series of deals and acquisitions, the company has put together all the building blocks it needs to launch a massive streaming service. That service, Disney+, now has a release date and we have some idea about pricing and available content. Here's everything we know.
Other noteworthy shows landing on Friday include the Jennifer Aniston/Adam Sandler comedy Murder Mystery, cult kid's flick The Witches and the thought-provoking sequel to An Inconvenient Truth. There are also a handful of new Netflix Originals, spanning movies, TV shows, documentaries and anime.
Here's the full list of everything that will be appearing between June 14 and June 16. Click on the trailers to whet your appetite!
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New Netflix TV Shows
Charité at War (14 June)
During World War II, the patients and staff at Berlin's Charité hospital grapple with Nazis, eugenics and euthanasia.
Unité 42 (14 June)
A widowed cop tapped to lead a special cybercrimes unit teams up with a former hacker to hunt down tech-savvy criminals who are terrorizing Belgium..
Leila (14 June)
Leila, from writer and executive producer Urmi Juvekar, based on a book by Prayaag Akbar, tells the story of Shalini, a free-thinking woman in search of the daughter she lost upon her arrest 16 years earlier. Set in the near future, this inventive, boundary-breaking story centres around longing, faith and loss.
Awake: The Million Dollar Game (14 June)
Sleepless for 24 hours, contestants in this comedy game show stumble through challenges both eccentric and mundane for a chance at a $1 million prize.
Black Spot: Season 2 (14 June)
Major Weiss's recovery prompts residents to question the odd circumstances she was found in, and how she survived injuries that would kill anyone else.
Marvel's Jessica Jones (14 June)
Haunted by a traumatic past, Jessica Jones uses her gifts as a private eye to find her tormentor before he can harm anyone else in Hell's Kitchen.
Trinkets (June 14)
A grieving teen finds an unexpected connection with two classmates at her new high school after they all land in the same Shoplifters Anonymous group.
New Netflix Movies
Murder Mystery (14 June)
When a NYC cop finally takes his wife on a long promised European trip, a chance meeting on the flight gets them invited to an intimate family gathering on the super yacht of elderly billionaire Malcolm Quince. When Quince is murdered, they become the prime suspects in a modern day whodunit.
Cinderella Pop (14 June)
Distressed by her parents’ divorce, Cíntia Dorella does not believe in love anymore until she meets and falls in love with singer-songwriter Freddy Prince.
Crazy Rich Asians (14 June)
This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family.
The Witches (15 June)
A young boy stumbles onto a witch convention and must stop them, even after he has been turned into a mouse.
Netflix Documentary & Comedy
The Alcàsser Murders (14 June)
An analytical examination of the investigation into the 1992 murders of three teens from Alcàsser, Spain, a case that profoundly affected the nation.
Life Overtakes Me (14 June)
In the grip of trauma, hundreds of refugee children in Sweden withdraw from life’s uncertainties into a coma-like illness called Resignation Syndrome.
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (15 June)
A decade after An Inconvenient Truth (2006) brought climate change to the heart of popular culture, the follow-up shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.
Kids & Anime
Kakegurui xx (13 June)
Kirari dissolves the student board and proposes a school-wide gambling battle royal, ushering in a new era of chaos and competition for her seat.
Aggretsuko: Season 2 (14 June)
From her mother meddling in her personal affairs to a nightmarish new coworker, Retsuko's still got a lot to rage about in her karaoke sessions.