Not sure what to watch on Netflix tonight? We’ve got you covered – here’s everything that will be appearing on the servers this Friday and over the weekend. We’ve also included the very best TV shows and movies that you may have missed previously. That’s you binge list sorted!
Read on for everything coming to the service this Friday and over the weekend.
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New Netflix TV Shows
Avlu: Part 2 (15 November)
Shocking truths surface as Deniz reckons with intrigue, Kudret tightens the screws and Ecem confronts a growing threat.
I’m with the Band: Nasty Cherry (15 November)
In this unfiltered and intimate docuseries, pop star mentor Charli XCX finds out what it takes to make – and break – a badass all-girl rock band.
The Club (15 November)
A band of misfit rich kids in Mexico strike out on their own selling ecstasy and quickly run into trouble with other narcos, the law and their families.
The Toys That Made Us: Season 3 (15 November)
Take a deep dive into the origins – and creative battles – behind Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers, My Little Pony and wrestling figures.
The Crown: Season 3 (17 November)
While England in the Swinging Sixties confronts an economic downturn and fierce nationalism, the royals are scrutinized as aristocratic freeloaders.
New Netflix Movies
House Arrest (15 November)
A man trapped in his own fears locks himself in his home to keep out the onslaught of modern life. Starring Ali Fazal, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Jim Sarbh.
Klaus (15 November)
When Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) distinguishes himself as the postal academy’s worst student, he is stationed on a frozen island above the Arctic Circle, where the feuding locals hardly exchange words let alone letters. Jesper is about to give up when he finds an ally in local teacher Alva (Rashida Jones), and discovers Klaus (Oscar® winner J.K. Simmons), a mysterious carpenter who lives alone in a cabin full of handmade toys. These unlikely friendships return laughter to Smeerensburg, forging a new legacy of generous neighbors, magical lore and stockings hung by the chimney with care. An animated holiday comedy directed by Despicable Me co-creator Sergio Pablos, KLAUS co-stars Joan Cusack, Will Sasso and Norm Macdonald.
Earthquake Bird (15 November)
In 1980s Tokyo, an enigmatic expat is suspected of killing her friend, who’s gone missing in the wake of their love triangle with a local photographer.
Blockers (Streaming now)
Three parents try to stop their daughters from losing their virginity on prom night.
Seven (15 November)
Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his motives.
Jonah Hex (15 November)
The U.S. military makes a scarred bounty hunter with warrants on his own head an offer he cannot refuse: in exchange for his freedom, he must stop a terrorist who is ready to unleash Hell on Earth.
Joe Versus the Volcano (15 November)
When a hypochondriac learns that he is dying, he accepts an offer to throw himself in a volcano at a tropical island, and along the way there, learns to truly live.
Kids & Anime
GO!: The Unforgettable Party (15 November)
Mía’s vacation with her dad is disrupted by the surprise arrival of Lupe, Mercedes, Juanma and Álvaro as their school drama moves lakeside.
Llama Llama: Season 2 (15 November)
New lessons, new adventures and new friends living right down the street! Join Llama Llama and his pals for another season of sweet fun and learning.
None of the above take your fancy? Here are some previously recommended titles you may have missed or not got around to watching.
Set in a future where consciousness is digitized and stored, a prisoner returns to live in a new body and must solve a mind-bending murder to win his freedom.
Frank Griffin, an outlaw terrorizing the 1880s American West, hunts down Roy Goode, his partner turned enemy. Roy hides out at a ranch as Frank’s chase leads him to La Belle, New Mexico – a town mysteriously made up almost entirely of women.
Better Than Us
Set in Moscow in a not-so-distant future where human beings coexist with robots, a man finds himself entangled in the first murder committed by an experimental humanoid.
Hal (Timothée Chalamet), wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his back on royal life and is living among the people. But when his tyrannical father dies, Hal is crowned King Henry V and is forced to embrace the life he had previously tried to escape. Now the young king must navigate the palace politics, chaos and war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life — including his relationship with his closest friend and mentor, the ageing alcoholic knight, John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton). Directed by David Michôd and co-written by Michôd and Edgerton, THE KING co-stars Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn, Robert Pattinson, and Lily-Rose Depp.
Synopsis: A family saga with a supernatural twist, set in a German town, where the disappearance of two young children exposes the relationships among four families.
300: Rise of an Empire (15 July)
Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.
Love, Death + Robots (13 March)
An animated anthology series presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher.
Happy Death Day (17 July)
A college student must relive the day of her murder over and over again, in a loop that will end only when she discovers her killer’s identity.
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