Here are all the new titles coming to Netflix in May
Derry Girls, Baby Driver, and more. Plenty to get stuck into.
Wise up because Season 1 of Derry Girls is coming to Netflix. Yes, we know that you've seen every cracker episode before but in the month of May, Lisa McGee's beloved comedy will be landing on the online streaming giant.
Here's what else is in store.
Derry Girls: Season 1 (8 May)
You may have heard of it?
The Fate of the Furious (14 May)
The Rock, Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, cars. Shit explodes.
Baby Driver (27 May)
After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.
The Society (10 May)
When everyone else mysteriously vanishes from their wealthy town, the teen residents of West Ham must forge their own society to survive.
When They See Us (31 May)
A four-part limited series from director Ava Duverney that continues themes from her documentary 13th, her exploration of the criminal justice system through the true case of the Central Park Five - 5 young teenagers who were wrongfully accused and convicted of rape.
The Great Gatsby (1 May)
Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Baz Luhrmann's lavish adaptation of the iconic book.
Snowpiercer (1 May)
In a future where a failed climate-change experiment has killed all life except for the lucky few who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, a new class system emerges.
People Just Do Nothing: Season 4 (5 May)
It's time to head back and see what the lads at Kurupt FM are up to.
Shaun of the Dead (16 May)
You've got reed on you.
Netflix Original Series
Undercover (May 3)
A major ecstasy producer living in luxury on the Dutch-Belgian border faces big changes with two undercover agents begin moving in on his operation.
Flinch (May 3)
Faced with various frightening and uncomfortable events, contestants in this game show had better not flinch -- or they’ll suffer painful consequences.
Dead to Me (May 3)
A dark single camera comedy about a powerful friendship that blossoms between a tightly wound widow and a free spirit with a shocking secret.
Tuca & Bertie (May 3)
Two bird women - a carefree toucan and anxious songbird - live in the same apartment building and share their lives in this animated comedy.
Abyss (6 May)
A prosecutor discovers that she’s been reincarnated into a different person after getting into an accident - and also learns she’s not the only one.
Lucifer: Season 4 (8 May)
As Chloe struggles to come to terms with Lucifer's disturbing revelation, a rogue priest sets out to stop a long-rumoured prophecy.
Tiny House Nation (9 May)
There's a trend in the US housing market, albeit a very small one. Drawn to the prospect of financial freedom, a simpler lifestyle, and limiting one's environmental footprint, more buyers are opting to downsize - in some cases, to spaces no larger than 300 square feet - and this series celebrates the "tiny house" movement.
Hosts and renovation professionals John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin travel across America to show ingenious small dwellings and their creative inhabitants. They also help families design and construct their own dream homes.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 3 (12 May)
Hasan Minhaj returns with new episodes, bringing his unexpected comedic perspective to current global events and pop culture
The Mechanism: Season 2 (TBC)
Despite changes at home and work, Ruffo resumes his fight, following a corrupt new target and a trail of kickbacks into the upper reaches of politics
Easy: Season 3 (10 May)
Diverse characters fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture in Chicago.
Jailbirds (10 May)
At the Sacramento County Jail, incarcerated women fight the power and one another as they try to make the best of life - and love - on the inside.
Well Intended Love (17 May)
A third-rate actress with leukemia becomes entangled with Ling Yi Zhou because she needs him for treatment. In order to receive bone marrow transplant sooner and to continue her career as an actress, Xia Lin enters into a secret marriage with Ling Yi Zhou, the CEO of a company. Despite the conspiracies and misunderstandings they encounter, the two find true love.
The Rain: Season 2 (17 May)
Trapped in the Zone, Simone and her friends must find a cure for the virus Rasmus is carrying before it kills him - and the rest of humanity.
It's Bruno (17 May)
A digital series that follows a man and his beloved dog Bruno strolling around his neighbourhood
Nailed It!: Season 3 (17 May)
Nicole and Jacques are back to judge the chaos in the kitchen, from half-baked doll cakes to delightfully creepy edible clowns.
High Seas (Alta Mar) (24 May)
Mysterious deaths aboard a luxurious ship traveling from Spain to Rio de Janeiro in the 1940s reveal secrets surrounding two sisters traveling together.
She's Gotta Have It: Season 2 (24 May)
Romantic turmoil, artistic challenges and an eye-opening trip to Puerto Rico set Nola Darling on a new course.
One Spring Night (22 May)
When Lee Jeong-in and Yu Ji-ho meet, something unexpected happens. Or it just may be that spring is in the air -- and anything is possible.
What/If (2 May)
A raw, voyeuristic examination of acceptable people doing unacceptable things-- A conflict driven series of high stakes morality plays with a first season narrative focusing on two struggling newlyweds who accept a powerful woman’s ethically perilous proposition to secure a badly needed financial windfall.
How to Sell Drugs Online (31 May)
24 pg treatment What if a teenager built up a drugs empire from his bedroom in Leipzig? Inspired by real events.
Bad Blood: Season 2 (31 May)
Five years after the death of mob boss, there's a new king of the Montreal drug trade - until a new breed of mafiosos arrive from Italy to wrestle the city from his grasp.
Good Girls: Season 2 (31 May)
In their second season, the women come face-to-face with the consequences of their criminal behaviour.
Black Spot: Season 2 (31 May)
Major Weiss's recovery prompts residents to question the odd circumstances she was found in, and how she survived injuries that would kill anyone else.
Munafik 2 (1 May)
Two years after the events in the first movie, the ocean of Ustaz Adam (Syamsul Yusof) was restored after being helped by the death of his wife and son. He started to become a freelance preacher and continued his responsibility to help the people affected by magic / jin disorders everywhere.
Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage (3 May)
On the run from a dogged internal affairs agent, a corrupt cop reluctantly teams up with a defiant teen to unravel a conspiracy - before it's too late
Despite Everything (3 May)
After their mother's death, four sisters learn a shocking family secret and embark on an adventure to discover the truth about their genealogy.
The Last Summer (3 May)
Standing on the precipice of adulthood, a group of friends navigate new relationships, while re-examining others, during their final summer before college.
Shéhérazade (10 May)
Fresh out of prison and forced to fend for himself on the streets of Marseille, 17-year-old Zac falls in love with young prostitute Shéhérazade.
Dry Martina (10 May)
An odd encounter with a fan and a tryst with that fan's ex-boyfriend leads a sexually adventurous singer on an escapade in Chile.
Gente que viene y bah (10 May)
After her partner cheats on her, an architect returns to her hometown to reassess her life with the help of her eccentric family. Based on the novel.
Wine Country (10 May)
During a vacation to Napa Valley, a group of long time friends reunite and revisit past choices in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy from director Amy Poehler.
Good Sam (16 May)
When a mysterious good samaritan, aka “Good Sam,” leaves $100,000 cash on seemingly random doorsteps, New York City TV news reporter Kate Bradley (Tiya Sircar) sets out discover Good Sam’s true identity and motive, turning her personal life upside down.
Morir para contar (17 May)
Seeking answers after a life-changing incident in 2012, filmmaker Hernán Zin interviews other war reporters about the personal toll of their work.
Maria (17 May)
A woman whose parents were killed by the gang when she was a child grows up to be a hired assassin. Unfortunately, trying to leave that past behind is proving to be more difficult than it seems.
See You Yesterday (17 May)
Two Brooklyn teenage prodigies, C.J. Walker and Sebastian Thomas, build makeshift time machines to save C.J.'s brother, Calvin, from being wrongfully killed by a police officer.
Furie (22 May)
When traffickers kidnap her daughter from their village, vengeful Hai Phuong returns to Saigon - and her outlaw roots - to take down the abductors.
Rim of the World (24 May)
Four misfit campers must band together and conquer their fears in order to save the world during an alien invasion.
Joy (24 May)
Joy is a young Nigerian woman, caught in the vicious cycle of sex trafficking. She works in this merciless system of exploitation to pay off debts to her exploiter Madame and supporting her family in Nigeria.
The Perfection (24 May)
A troubled musical prodigy (Allison Williams) seeks out the new star pupil (Logan Browning) of her former school with shocking consequences in this elegant and terrifying suspense ride, the most buzzed-about movie at last year's Fantastic Fest.
Chopsticks (30 May)
An under-confident but talented girl, who is side stepped at every stage of her life, seeks out an enigmatic con to help recover her stolen car from a goat - loving crazy Mumbai gangster and in the process finds her confidence and place in the sun.
Svaha: The Sixth Finger (30 May)
A minister who researches religious cults turns to his Buddhist monk friend for help investigating a new group with mysterious origins.
Always Be My Maybe (31 May)
Everyone assumed Sasha and Marcus would wind up together except for Sasha and Marcus. Reconnecting after 15 years, the two start to wonder... maybe?
Netflix Original Comedy
Still LAUGH-IN: The Stars Celebrate (14 May)
A special honouring "Laugh-In" to be hosted by Goldie Hawn and Lily Tomlin.
Saverio Raimondo: Il Satiro Parlante (17 May)
Comic and satirist Saverio Raimondo regales a Milan crowd with tales of naughty online antics, awkward injuries, white-knuckle flights and more.
Wanda Sykes: Not Normal (21 May)
Political scandals. Racism. Reality TV. Hot flashes. Wanda Sykes tackles issues big and small in this rollicking, no-holds-barred stand-up special.
Historical Roasts (27 May)
From Jeff Ross, a series of roasts featuring famous historical figures played by modern day comedians.
Netflix Original Documentaries
Knock Down The House (1 May)
This rousing documentary follows four extraordinary women—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin—who take on the congressional establishment by mounting grassroots campaigns and building a movement during a time of historic volatility in American politics.
All In My Family (3 May)
From documentarian Hao Wu comes a heartfelt portrait of how he created a thoroughly modern family in America, only to face the dilemma of introducing his same-sex partner and their children to his deeply traditional parents and relatives in China.
ReMastered: The Lion's Share (10 May)
ReMastered: A long form documentary series of high profile, in-depth stories about music's impact on society, as told by critically acclaimed directors, with each episode revealing surprising insight beyond the expected or commonly known.
1994: Limited Series (17 May)
1994 is an hour-long 5 episode investigative documentary series that will tell the story of one of the most critical years in Mexico's history.
A Tale of Two Kitchens (22 May)
Two countries, two restaurants, one vision. At Gabriela Cámara's acclaimed Contramar in Mexico City, the welcoming, uniformed waiters are as beloved by diners as the menu featuring fresh, local seafood caught within 24 hours. The entire staff sees themselves as part of an extended family. Meanwhile at Cala in San Francisco, Cámara hires staff from different backgrounds and cultures, including ex-felons and ex-addicts, who view the work as an important opportunity to grow as individuals.
After Maria (24 May)
Short following families in Puerto Rico who are currently living in FEMA hotels around New York City. Their stories will unfold observationally over the course of the next month as they face the extreme situation of getting kicked out of the hotel or are forced to go back to Puerto Rico. Many people see these families as illegal immigrants and don’t want them here. We follow these families as they try to maintain their Puerto Rican identity, but assert their American citizenship.
Killer Ratings (31 May)
The true-life story of a Brazilian TV host who literally killed for ratings -- and used his crime TV show to cover up the grizzly truth.