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New on Netflix May 2020

For once, there may actually be people in the world who have worked through their entire Netflix queues. With people staying home around the world and Netflix releasing bingeable reality television featuring hot people overcoming their weaknesses, the company is busier than ever. Cue: The Big Netflix Purge. When the list of “To-Watch” shows has run dry, Netflix introduces a whole new lot. Out with the old, in with the new.

This month, it’s a combination of brand new films and television, some classic favorites, and a legitimate 2019 Oscar contender. Curious if Adam Sandler was reallythat good in Uncut Gems? Well, this is the chance to confirm it. There’s a new season of Dead to Me dropping, along with a new Steve Carrell show called Space Force. In short, if everyone has to remain indoors, at least Netflix is keeping America in the business of good streamable content.

Back to the Future (May 1)

The story of Marty McFly and Doc Brown is, in a word, legendary. The decade-defining sci-fi film from the ‘80s is a big crowd pleaser. There’s a Delorean, two beloved decades, oh… and a plot that involves going back in time to make sure your parents fall in love so that you don’t, you know, cease to exist. If you really love the first, the sequel will also be available May 1.

District 9 (May 15)

Another banger of a sci-fi flick, District 9 is the South African film that is probably one of the best commentaries on immigration that we’ve had in years. Released over a decade ago, this film involves a near future where humans have corralled alien refugees into an area called District 9—and it continues to be relevant to this day.

Trumbo (May 19)

There was a time during the “Red Scare” that some of the most prominent names in Hollywood were “blacklisted” for fear that they were attached to the Communist movement. Trumbo tells the story of Dalton Trumbo, a Hollywood screenwriter who subverted the populist fear mongering by writing under a pseudonym in 1947.

The Lovebirds (May 22)

This Paramount Pictures release made the jump to Netflix, meaning that this isn’t something to get caught up on. This is a brand spankin’ new release. Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani play a couple who find themselves in quite the predicament when the two of them witness a murder and become the prime suspects. But don’t mistake this for a drama: this is comedy from start to finish.

Uncut Gems (May 25)

A24’s Oscars contender should have landed Adam Sandler his first Academy Award nomination (for real!). Uncut Gems follows a jeweler who takes a massive risk to make bank for himself and his family, but the bet he makes might be too big for him to pull off effectively. Come for Sandler. Stay for the golden Furby medallion.

Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (May 26)

Hannah Gadsby made all kinds of headlines with her initial Netflix special called Nanette. Her smart, thoughtful take on social commentary mixed with insightful humor took the world by storm. Her follow up, due out on May 26, sticks with the same one-name title mechanism, and if it’s anything like Nanette, it’s bound to be as eye-opening as it will be hilarious.

Space Force (May 29)

There’s not been any footage released on Space Force yet, but the new series from Netflix follows Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers and Tawny Newsome as they set off to establish the new American Space Force. It should be as absurd as the reality it’s based off of.

What’s Coming to Netflix in May 2020

May 1

All Day and a Night

Almost Happy

The Half Of It

Hollywood

Into the Night

Medici: The Magnificent: Part 2

Mrs. Serial Killer

Reckoning: Season 1

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cracked Up, The Darrell Hammond Story

Den of Thieves

For Colored Girls

Fun with Dick & Jane

I Am Divine

Jarhead

Jarhead 2: Field of Fire

Jarhead 3: The Siege

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Masha and the Bear: Season 4

Material

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki Kun: Season 1

Sinister

Song of the Sea

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Heartbreak Kid

The Patriot

Thomas & Friends: Marvelous Machinery: A New Arrival

Thomas & Friends: Marvelous Machinery: World of Tomorrow

Thomas & Friends: Thomas and the Royal Engine

Underworld

Underworld: Evolution

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

Urban Cowboy

What a Girl Wants

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

May 4

Arctic Dogs

May 5

Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill

May 6

Workin’ Moms: Season 4

May 7

Scissor Seven: Season 2

May 8

18 regali

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt

Dead to Me: Season 2

The Eddy

The Hollow: Season 2

House at the End of the Street

Restaurants on the Edge: Season 2

Rust Valley Restorers: Season 2

Valeria

May 9

Charmed: Season 2

Grey’s Anatomy: Season 16

May 11

Bordertown: Season 3

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics

Trial By Media

May 12

True: Terrific Tales

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Vs. the Reverend

May 13

The Wrong Missy

May 14

Riverdale: Season 4

May 15

Chichipatos

District 9

I Love You, Stupid

Inhuman Resources

Magic for Humans: Season 3

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 5

White Lines

May 16

La reina de Indias y el conquistador

Public Enemies

United 93

May 17

Soul Surfer

May 18

The Big Flower Fight

May 19

Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything

Sweet Magnolias

Trumbo

May 20

Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall

The Flash: Season 6

Rebelión de los Godinez

May 22

Control Z

History 101

Just Go With It

The Lovebirds

Selling Sunset: Season 2

Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series: Season 2

May 23

Dynasty: Season 3

May 25

Ne Zha

Norm of the North: Family Vacation

Uncut Gems

May 26

Hannah Gadsby: Douglas

May 27

I’m No Longer Here

The Lincoln Lawyer

May 28

Dorohedoro

La corazonada

May 29

Space Force

Somebody Feed Phil: Season 3

May 30

High Strung Free Dance

Justin Kirkland is a writer for Esquire, where he focuses on entertainment, television, and pop culture.

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