Now that nearly all the summer blockbusters have dropped, you may be looking for something new to watch with your loved ones (or alone after they’ve all gone to sleep). Luckily, Netflix has you covered.
Since we already covered what’s leaving the streaming platform in August, here are the shows and movies that need to be on your radar right now.
Once in a Lifetime Sessions with Moby
If you love electronic dance music, you’ll enjoy this exclusive recording session with Moby. Other musical acts featured on upcoming episodes include TLC, Nile Rogers and Noel Gallagher, a former member of English rock band Oasis.
When a workaholic bride (Kristen Bell) gets left at the altar, she takes her honeymoon cruise with her estranged father (Kelsey Grammer), who’s also a workaholic. Both Bell and Grammer are hilarious and will likely have great comedic chemistry on-screen.
The Originals (season 5)
In the fifth and final season of this hit series, many secrets are revealed by the group of thousand-year-old vampires you’ve grown to know and love.
Meet Patty, a fat high school girl who has her jaw wired shut after an accident and loses weight over the summer. When she returns to school as a “hottie,” she’s out for revenge in the worst, most criminal way possible. If you’ve ever been bullied, this new series is the revenge fantasy you’ve been dreaming about.
From the creators of Workaholics and Tropic Thunder, this movie follows a group of awkward teens who go on an impromptu camping trip — what could go wrong? Plenty, it turns out, especially when they party so hard, they end up in the hospital. This movie sounds like a perfectly mindless summer flick.
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All About the Washingtons
Real-life rapper Rev Run, Joseph Simmons, plays Joey Washington, who’s about to retire from his music career. But can his wife, Justine (Justine Simmons), really support her husband and kids with her oddball inventions? Tune in to find out.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
In London in 1946, Juliet Ashton (played by Lily James) is an adventurous author who writes about an unusual book club formed during the Nazi occupation of Guernsey, an island in the English Channel, during World War II.
The 100 (season 5)
When Clarke (Eliza Taylor) discovers a green valley not affected by the death wave, she begins to have hope that things will get better. But everything changes when she learns there are others ready to wage war to rule the last safe piece of land on Earth.
This animated show from Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, tells the not-so-enchanting tale of Princess Bean (Abbi Jacobson) and what it’s really like to be a woman in the Dark Ages. Her sidekicks include an elf and a personal demon.
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I Am a Killer
In this 10-episode documentary, the filmmakers interview 10 men on death row about the events that led to their dire situation as they wait for either a legal miracle or the abrupt end of their lives.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
When a high school girl’s (Lana Condor) secret love letters are mysteriously delivered to her five crushes, she turns to an unlikely friend to help her through the situation. Though it’s awkward and embarrassing, this cautious, guarded teen begins to discover her true self.
The Investigator: A British Crime Story (season 2)
If you love true crime stories about missing persons, this is the show for you, with completely real testimony. It’s absolutely fascinating what a documentary filmmaker can uncover that local law enforcement cannot. If you felt spellbound by season one, you’ll love all the twists and turns this season.
This supernatural body-change drama revolves around June’s (Sorcha Groundsell) attempt to start a new life in London, only to discover that her identity, both physically and psychologically, begins to change. As she looks for answers, things get curiouser and curiouser.
The Good Place (season 2)
Starring Ted Danson and Kristen Bell, this clever comedy explores the differences and surprising similarities between the constructs of heaven and hell. It’s always pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for a network sitcom.
Ozark (season 2)
All families have secrets, but for the Byrde family, their secrets are deadly. Starring Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and Julia Garner, this dark show illuminates how far some people will go to protect their family.