With May around the corner and the feeling of having watched everything Netflix has to offer, the upcoming arrival of a new month and therefore new additions to Netflix makes us count down the days as if it was Christmas. And fortunately for you, we have gathered a handful of the titles we are truly looking forward to binge-watch.
A comedy series starring among other Ken Jeong, Mike Myers, Keegan-Michael Key, Lydia West and Debi Mazar. About a secret society of five men that has been working to influence world events for the greater good since the Black Plague of 1347 while one unlikely Canadian journalist finds himself embroiled in a mission to uncover the truth and save the world himself.
Swedish release date: May 5th
A woman that tried out an at-home DNA test in hopes of finding out more about her heritage, discovered she had more siblings than she could have imagined, and all of them have a connection to the same fertility doctor. As the woman and her newfound siblings realized they’ve barely begun to untangle what was a dark web of deceit, their pursuit of justice lies at the heart of this profoundly unsettling story about an unimaginable breach of trust.
Swedish release date: May 11th
When Verónica disappears, her sister begins a race against time to find her. In her search, Cecilia will have to fight against the authorities’ negligence, society’s prejudices, and harassment from the media.
Swedish release date: May 11th
A South African thriller that promises drama and suspense, the series of six episodes revolves around Zinhle Manzini who is out to seek revenge for injustices done to her by Don and Grace Bhengu in her past. Zinhle becomes the invisible force that exposes family secrets, leading the Bhengus down a path of destruction. Innocent people get hurt along the way, while Zinhle’s own darkness threatens to consume her and Zinhle has to decide whether she wants justice or pure, cold revenge.
Swedish release date: May 12th
Based on the series of bestselling novels by renowned author Michael Connelly. The first season of is based on the second book in The Lincoln Lawyer series, The Brass Verdict where Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), an iconoclastic idealist, runs his law practice out of the back seat of his Lincoln, as he takes on cases big and small across the expansive city of Los Angeles.
Swedish release date: May 13th
In this feature-length documentary, Director Choi Jin-seong tells the story of two female college students, a group of journalists and the cybercrime police officers who chased down the “Nth Room”, an online criminal network of sexual exploitation. Crafted from interviews, archives, animation and reenactments, the film reveals how women and girls were coerced into uploading explicit materials of themselves to Telegram chat rooms, which ringleaders charged fees in cryptocurrency for tens of thousands of users to access. This is the story of one of the most devastating digital crimes that gripped the region, the age of digital anonymity that allowed it to thrive, and the victims who spoke out to help bring it down.
Swedish release date: May 18th