May is just around the corner and that means tons of new movies and TV shows will soon be new on Netflix.
At the beginning of (and throughout) every month, there are tons of new great additions to the Netflix catalog. May is no different, and it looks like we’re getting some really special content this month. Our overly full queues say “gee, thanks!”
This month, there’s a lot of great content that will be new on Netflix. Check out the gallery for the official list we’ve received from Netflix, and read our thoughts on some of the great new additions below.
The crown jewel of this month’s new on Netflix additions is clearly Inglourious Basterds. You’re right, Quentin Tarantino, this is your masterpiece. Many of Tarantino’s other titles are available on Netflix, and it’s about time that this one was too.
Between is an interesting addition to the American Netflix catalog. A new episode of the Jenette McCurdy drama will hit the streaming service every week at 8:30 PT to coincide with its broadcast in Canada.
Fruitvale Station, a movie based on the true story of Oscar Grant, a young father who was killed by BART police officer Johannes Mehserle at the Fruitvale Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Station in Oakland, California, has a timely Netflix release given the events that have been transpiring in Baltimore.
Finally, Zombeavers is on Netflix. This is a movie about zombie beavers. What more could you possibly want?
What movies and TV shows that are new on Netflix will you be watching this month?
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