6 new Netflix additions to get you through the weekend 2 months ago

6 new Netflix additions to get you through the weekend

Two popular shows are back and there's also a new true crime documentary and a new sports drama to stream.

Yes, the weather is lovely and temperatures are set to hit up to 22 degrees this weekend.


That said, people will always want more movies and TV shows to binge-watch in the comfort of their homes.

Here are six new additions to Netflix to spend your weekend watching.

Nail Bomber: Manhunt (Now on Netflix)

This documentary tells the story of how one man held London to ransom for 13 days in 1999. The far-right extremist detonated three bombs in Soho, Brixton and Brick Lane, hoping to start a race war.

Instead, as the documentary reveals, he inspired ordinary people to stand up and take action, helping to catch him and ultimately bring him to justice.

Baggio: The Divine Ponytail (Now on Netflix)


This drama retraces the 22-year-long career of legendary Italian footballer Roberto Baggio, including his difficult debut as a player and his deep rifts with some of his coaches.

Blue Miracle (Now on Netflix)

This drama tells the true story of Casa Hogar, the Mexican orphanage that entered the world's biggest fishing tournament to save their orphanage. Dennis Quaid and Jimmy Gonzales star.


The Kominsky Method: Season 3 (Now on Netflix)

Acting coach Sandy Kominsky (Oscar-winner Michael Douglas) has to navigate what aging looks like without his longtime friend by his side in the final season of The Kominsky Method.

Life only becomes more complicated with the arrival of Sandy's ex-wife (Kathleen Turner).


Lucifer: Season 5 Part 2 (Now on Netflix)

In the second part of the fifth season of fantasy superhero series Lucifer, God himself comes to Earth. Secrets will be revealed, heroic sacrifices will be made, and the world will never be the same.

High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America (Now on Netflix)


In this four-part docu-series, food writer Stephen Satterfield embarks on a vibrant and powerful culinary journey alongside chefs, historians, and activists that celebrates the courage, artistry, and resourcefulness of the African American people.

Clips via Netflix