This week, you'll be able to catch your breath and not feel as if your streaming life is spinning out of control as Netflix takes it easy with its list of new titles coming to the platform between 18-24 May. From the latest season of Dynasty to a new series based on a hacker messing about with the secrets of high school students, here's everything new to the service this week.
Netflix Original Series
The Big Flower Fight (8-Part Series/May 18)
Ten pairs of florists, sculptors and garden designers face off in a friendly floral fight to see who can build the biggest, boldest garden sculptures.
Sweet Magnolias (Season 1/May 18)
Lifelong friends Maddie, Helen and Dana Sue lift each other up as they juggle relationships, family and careers in the small, Southern town of Serenity.
History 101 (May 22)
A series of bite-size history lessons about scientific breakthroughs and social movements.
Selling Sunset (Season 2/May 22)
The elite real estate brokers at The Oppenheim Group sell the luxe life to affluent buyers in LA. The drama ramps up when a new agent joins the team.
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series (Season 2/May 22)
Nova Scotia’s favorite miscreants have always been super sketchy. Now, carrying on from the Season 12 finale, the boys have become complete cartoons.
Control Z (Season 1/May 22)
When a hacker begins releasing students' secrets to the entire high school, the socially isolated but observant Sofía works to uncover his/her identity.
Dynasty (Season 3/May 23)
The Carringtons and the Colbys feud for control over their fortune — and their children — in this updated reboot of the classic prime-time soap.
Rebelión de los Godinez (May 20)
Spanish film starring Gustavo Egelhaaf.
Original Comedy Specials
Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything: Collection (May 18)
Turning 50. Remarrying. Buying a new house. Experiencing existential dread at Denny's. Life comes at Patton Oswalt fast in his latest stand-up special.
Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall (May 20)
Actor and singer-songwriter Ben Platt performs music from his album, "Sing to Me Instead," and shares his personal journey in this concert special.
There's no better list to keep a track of than our enormous compilation of what's coming this May to your favourite streaming services. From new series, returning shows and a whole bunch of movies and documentaries to choose from, Netflix, Stan, Foxtel, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime Video are pulling out all the stops to make next month really entertaining for you.