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04th Apr 2020

5 new additions to Netflix to spend your weekend watching

Keeley Ryan

Or to watch whenever, really.

Trying to choose what to watch on Netflix is one of the most difficult challenges for human beings these days.

You scroll and scroll, watch trailers, add stuff to ‘My List’ and keep browsing until it’s actually too late to watch something, it happens EVERY damn time.

Well, we’ve got some good news.

From crime thrillers to iconic films, there are plenty of new additions to Netflix that you won’t want to miss out on.

La Casa de Papel (Money Heist): Part 4 

Lives are on the line as the Professor’s plan begins to unravel and the thieves must fend off enemies from both inside and outside the Bank of Spain.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

High school student Ferris Bueller wants a day off from high school. And he’s come up with an incredibly elaborate plan to pull it off. After talking his friend Cameron into taking his father’s prized Ferrari, they pick up Ferris’ girlfriend Sloane – and the trio head into Chicago for the day.

And while they’re taking in what the city has to offer, the school principal Ed Rooney is convinced that Ferris is (not for the first time) playing hookey – and is determined to catch him out.


A former lawyer who attends a community college when it is discovered he faked his Bachelor’s degree. In an attempt to get with a student in his Spanish class, he forms a Spanish study group.

To his surprise, more people attend the study group and the group of misfits form an unlikely community.

Seriously, watch Community.

Dumb & Dumber

After a woman leaves a briefcase at the airport terminal, a dumb limo driver and his dumber friend set out on a hilarious cross-country road trip to Aspen, to return the briefcase to its owner.

Nailed It!: Season 4 

The hosts you love, the hot messes you crave. Welcome back to the Nailed It! kitchens, where anyone — like, literally, anyone — can win.

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