New on Netflix: These films and series were released last week | NOW



Every week, Netflix expands its range with new series and films. This week include a sitcom by Jamie Foxx, Charlize Theron as action boss and the documentary about the life of rapper Snelle.

Series

My Love: Six Stories of True Love (season 1)

Netflix is ​​diving for the documentary series My Love: Six Stories of True Love in the world of six couples from different parts of the world. We see tender portraits of their long-lasting love, filmed over a year.

The Circle (season 2)

The Circle is a mix of a social experiment and tough competition. It’s all about online participants who happily flirt, fake and bond – all for a cash prize of $ 100,000.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (season 1)

Jamie Foxx stars in his own sitcom, in which he plays a single father and cosmetics company owner who has to get used to when his stubborn daughter suddenly moves in with him.

Why Are You Like This (season 1)

In this Australian sitcom, Mia, Penny and Austin in their twenties grapple with all the challenges surrounding their jobs, relationships and friendships. This goes completely wrong in almost all areas, because the three are not (yet) exactly responsible adults.

Hello, Me! (season 1)

This South Korean romantic series, based on a book, suddenly confronts the protagonist – a woman who feels miserable and unsuccessful – with her much spicier younger self. It demands change, and now.

Fast & Furious Spy Racers (season 4)

This week DreamWorks Animations returned Fast & Furiousanimated series returns with the fourth season. In it, Tony Toretto (Dominic’s nephew, played by Vin Diesel) and his crew take on criminals who have made them pay for a crime. Can they clear their name?

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (season 3 and 4)

Next The Circle you can also add even more reality TV to your binge list: there are episodes of it The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ready. And don’t worry, seasons 3 and 4 are full of more drama than you can keep up with.

These series also appeared on Netflix this week:

– Sisyphus (season 1)
– Seraph of the End (season 1 and 2)
– Mighty Express (season 3)

Movies

Fast: go out without a jacket

The career of rapper and singer Snelle has skyrocketed in recent years. In his own Netflix documentary we get to see more of his creative process and we get to know the most important people from his private life.

Cancer sufferers

The moving and comical Dutch film Cancer sufferers follows a couple of (literally) deathly ill teenagers who are in a hospital in the pediatric oncology department. The arrival of Gina gives the depressing hospital life of patients Nick, Iwan, Olivier and Pepijn a big boost.

Love and Monsters

Seven years after a devastating apocalypse – the world is now inhabited by all kinds of monster mutations – the lovable but unfortunate Joel (Dylan O’Brien) decides to leave his underground survival bunker. He goes looking for his ex (Jessica Henwick), with all the dire consequences.

Atomic Blonde

Deadpool 2– and John Wickdirector David Leitch came up with a rock-hard action topper in 2017: Atomic Blonde. In it, Charlize Theron, as an undercover MI6 agent in Berlin, investigates the murder of a colleague during the Cold War. List, cheating, using your heels as a murder weapon: a must watch for every action fanatic.

Why Did You Kill Me?

Netflix also brings us a true crime documentary this week. Why Did You Kill Me? focuses on the murder of a young woman, Crystal Theobald. That murder was apparently quite random, leaving detectives with their hands in the hair. Meanwhile, mother Belinda Lane took a completely different approach: she created a fake Myspace profile to get in touch with possible suspects.

These films also appeared on Netflix last week:

– Lizzie
– Men from Mars
– The Soul
– Gantz: O
– Self / less
– Uppena
– Two Distant Strangers
– New Gods: Nezha Reborn
– Ajeeb Daastaans
– Arlo the alligator boy
– Into the Beat
– Six Minutes to Midnight
– Ride or Die
– Furry Vengeance
– Heart Beat
– The Children of Truus (documentary)

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