New on Netflix: Latest releases and what to watch this week – The Sun

NETFLIX is keeping the nation entertained over the next week with more new releases coming out all the time.

The streaming giant will be dropping different movies and TV shows on their site.

What's new on Netflix? Latest releases for May 15 to May 21, 2022

May 20

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman – Season 4

David Letterman returns to the host seat with My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, combining humor, curiosity and in-depth conversations with extraordinary people.

The 6-episode fourth season of the Netflix talk show series will welcome another round of guests, including Cardi B, Kevin Durant, Billie Eilish, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ryan Reynolds, and Will Smith.

May 19

A Perfect Pairing

When Lola (Victoria Justice), a hard-driving LA wine company sales exec, quits her job in hopes of starting her own wine distribution company, she eagerly books herself a plane ticket to rural Australia to chase her first potential client, Vaughn Family Wines.

Unfortunately for Lola, the Vaughn Family is not interested in doing business with a fledgling company.

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Eager to prove herself, Lola volunteers to fill a vacant position on the Vaughn sheep farm as a farmhand.

At first, Lola doesn’t seem cut out for the tough work of mending fences and wrangling sheep, but she and the dashing station manager Max (Adam Demos) strike up a friendship as he trains her.

And, as they open up to one another, Lola discovers that Australia has introduced her to much more than just a love for entrepreneurship with a newfound love for Max.

But will Max’s secrets prevent Lola from reaping what she romantically sows?

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The G Word with Adam Conover – Limited Series

The G Word with Adam Conover is a hybrid comedy-documentary series that pulls back the curtain on the surprising ways the US government impacts our everyday lives, from the mundane to the life changing.

With his signature blend of irreverence and insight, Conover explores the government’s triumphs, failures, and what we might be able to do to change it.

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The Photographer: Murder in Pinamar

In the summer of 1997, the murder of photojournalist José Luis Cabezas shocked Argentina.

It ultimately revealed an organized crime network which appeared to involve the country’s political and financial elite.

The consequences would be almost as dramatic as the crime itself, not only for the perpetrator but for the whole country.

May 18

Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror

In this feature-length documentary, Director Choi Jin-seong tells the story of two female college students, a group of journalists and the cybercrime police officers who chased down the “Nth Room”, an online criminal network of sexual exploitation.

Crafted from interviews, archives, animation and reenactments, the film reveals how women and girls were coerced into uploading explicit materials of themselves to Telegram chat rooms, which ringleaders charged fees in cryptocurrency for tens of thousands of users to access.

This is the story of one of the most devastating digital crimes that gripped the region, the age of digital anonymity that allowed it to thrive, and the victims who spoke out to help bring it down.

Who Killed Sara – Season 3

Just when we thought it was Marifer who killed Sara by cutting the ropes of the parachute, everything was flipped on its head at the end of season 2.

In an unexpected and mysterious scene, Nicandro reveals that Marifer was not the one who committed the crime, but rather that “it was really us” who did it. Who? Why? At last, all those questions asked throughout the series will be answered in this third and final season – the most surprising and explosive yet! And most importantly – what really happened with Sara?

Love on the Spectrum US

Love on the Spectrum is an insightful and warm-hearted docu-reality series following people on the autism spectrum as they navigate the world of dating and relationships.

Following the success of the multi award winning Australian series, this US based series tells the stories of a unique and diverse cast of characters searching for something we all hope to find, love.

May 16

Katt Williams: World War III

In the war between truth and lies, there is only one man you can trust.

Comedy legend & Emmy Award winner, Katt Williams, returns to deliver the unfiltered truth and hilariously breaks down conspiracy theories in his new comedy special World War III.

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May 13

  • Bling Empire – Season 2
  • Senior Year
  • New Heights – Season 1
  • The Lincoln Lawyer – Season 1

May 11

  • Savage Beauty – Season 1
  • 42 Days Of Darkness
  • Our Father

May 8

  • Mom Genes

May 6

  • Along For the Ride
  • The Takedown

May 5

  • Clark – Limited series
  • The Pentaverate

May 4

  • Summertime – Season 3
  • El marginal – Season 5
  • The Circle – Season 4

April 28

  • The 7 Lives of Lea – Season 1

April 27

  • The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes
  • 365 Days: This Day
  • Bullsh*t The Gameshow – Season 1
  • Silverton Siege

April 26

  • David Spade: Nothing Personal

April 22

  • Selling Sunset – Season 5
  • Oprah + Viola: A Netflix Special Event

April 20

  • Russian Doll – Season 2
  • Yakamoz S-245 – Season 1

April 15

  • Anatomy of a Scandal

April 13

  • Smother-in-Law
  • Our Great national Parks

April 12

  • Hard Cell

April 8

  • The In Between
  • Dirty Lines – Season 1
  • Metal Lords.
  • Dancing on Glass

April 7

  • Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star
  • Return To Space

April 6

  • Michela Giraud: The Truth, I Swear!
  • The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On

April 1

  • Get Organized with The Home Edit – Season 2

  • The last Bus

March 25

  • Bridgerton – Season 2
  • 800 Meters

March 22

  • Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days
  • Principles of Pleasure – Limited Season

March 18

  • Without Saying Goodbye

March 17

  • Rescued by Ruby

March 16

  • Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives
  • The Great Robbery of Brazil's Central Bank – Season 1

March 15

  • Adam by Eve: A live in Animation
  • Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous

March 11

  • The Adam Project
  • Life After Death With Tyler Henry – Season 1

March 10

  • Love, Life & Everything in Between – Season 1

March 9

  • The Andy Warhol Diaries – Limited Series

March 8

  • An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts – Season 2
  • Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You
  • Last One Standing – Season 1

March 4

  • Pieces of Her – Season 1
  • Nightride

March 3

  • The Weekend Away

March 1

  • Worst Roommate Ever – Limited Series

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