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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in May

27/04/2021

Anew crop of Netflix releases is on its way. Rom-com fans can look forward to falling in love with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in their seminal 1999 flick, Notting Hill, at the start of the month. The throwbacks continue with The Sweetest Thing, The Whole Nine Yards, and all three Back to the Future movies. The streaming giant will also be dropping new original content next month, including Selena: the Series Part 2 and Season 3 of The Kominsky Method. Read on for the full list. MAY 1 Aliens Stole My Body Angelina Ballerina: Season 5…

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Bridgerton Has Been Renewed for Seasons 3 and 4

14/04/2021

Great news, dear reader: Bridgerton has been renewed for not one but two more seasons. Netflix announced today that the hit Shonda Rhimes–produced period drama will continue on through Seasons 3 and 4. The decision arrives before Season 2 has even premiered, showing the streamer’s confidence in the series. The creative team behind Bridgerton has “some exciting plans for the future,” Netflix’s VP of global TV, Bela Bajaria, said in a statement, per The Hollywood Reporter, “and we think audiences will continue to swoon for this show.…

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A Kanye West Documentary Could Be Coming to Netflix

08/04/2021

Mr. West is headed to Netflix. Billboard broke the news yesterday that the streaming giant acquired a multipart docuseries that spans more than 20 years of the rapper’s life and career, and is reportedly set to release later this year. Featuring never-before-seen footage of West, the doc will focus on his long-running music career, his endeavors in fashion, his failed presidential run, and the death of his mother, Donda West. Sources told the outlet that Netflix shelled out $30 million for…

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s First Netflix Series Will Document the Road to Invictus Games 2022

07/04/2021

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s landmark production deal with Netflix was announced only last fall, but they’re already sharing the fruits of their labor with the announcement of their first docuseries with the streamer. In partnership with the Duke of Sussexes’ Invictus Games Foundation, Heart of Invictus will follow a group of competitors—all service members or veterans—from around the world as they prepare for next year’s Invictus Games tournament in the Netherlands. Over several episodes, viewers will join the competitors as they train and,…

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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in April

27/03/2021

Whoever said podcasts are the new Netflix was seriously disturbed. Next month, the streaming giant will usher in a fresh slate of new titles, including generation-defining flicks like Legally Blonde. Royal fans still processing Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey are also in for a treat with the arrival of Diana: The Interview That Shook the World. And—if you needed a reminder that we’ve been quarantining for a year now—next month will also see the premiere of the second season…

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Netflix Is Making Its Own Britney Spears Documentary

17/02/2021

Demand for more information surrounding pop star Britney Spears’s long-standing conservatorship is growing. According to Bloomberg News, another documentary surrounding the iconic pop star and her battle for freedom from the constraints of her conservatorship and father will be the subject of a new Netflix documentary. The upcoming project will reportedly be helmed by filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, who is known for her true-crime documentary work. News of the Netflix film follows the success of the recently released Hulu and New York Times–produced project, Framing…

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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in February

21/01/2021

Anew month means a new slate of Netflix releases. Get ready to see Zendaya and John David Washington star opposite each other in the highly anticipated Malcolm & Marie, a movie filmed entirely during quarantine. Also forthcoming is To All the Boys: Always and Forever, the third installment of the popular movie series based on the YA books by Jenny Han. If you’re craving something a bit less indulgent on the romance factor, you’ll be able to queue up Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Inception or get your spook…

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Selena: The Series Part 2 Arrives In May

18/01/2021

Minor spoilers ahead. Selena: The Series arrived on Netflix in December, but Selena Quintanilla’s journey is not yet finished onscreen. The first installment of the series was wildly popular—it was viewed by 23 million households since its release, according to the streaming platform. Luckily for viewers, this is a two-part story, and another installment is already confirmed to arrive this year. The first nine episodes retrace the superstar’s rise to fame, starting with her very early days performing with the family band, Selena y…

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How To Get The Bridgerton Fashion Look

13/01/2021

If you haven’t heard about Bridgerton yet, it is time you dedicate a bit of your spare time to watching the new TV series on Netflix. Bridgerton came at a perfect timing, exactly on Christmas day and it certainly was an amusement for us all. One might wonder what is so special about this melodrama that fascinated over 60 million households. The only thing we can tell you without spoiling anything is that it is set in the 18th century…

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Emily In Paris Season 2: Everything We Know

12/11/2020

It doesn’t take long to realize that Emily in Paris (Lily Collins) has no clue what she’s doing. The Netflix show follows a clueless young American woman who walks into a culture with which she’s made no effort to familiarize herself; when she first meets her downstairs neighbor, Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), he tells her he’s from Normandy, and this woman straight-up says, “Oh, I know that beach; Saving Private Ryan, right?” Do you really want French people thinking you’re an ignorant American who…

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