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What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in May 2019

A mustachioed Clooney, the determined women of 2018, the hilariously important Fleabag, and so much more coming up on your favorite streaming services.

May typically is one of those beautiful months on our part of Planet Earth, with the outdoors finally shaking off the last parts of winter and giving us a brief respite before summer sets in.

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Netflix in May 2019: Everything new coming next month, and everything leaving

That’s more like it. After a few slow months in a row, Netflix is back to being extremely busy throughout the month of May, with a great deal of high-profile original movies and series — both new and returning — hitting the service in the coming weeks. That includes the Ted Bundy biography Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, the Amy Poehler comedy Wine Country, and the fourth season of the Fox-turned-Netflix dramedy Lucifer.

If licensed content is more your speed, there’s plenty of that too. Some of the highlights include Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Scarface, Snowpiercer, and the entire Matrix trilogy. Unfortunately, we’re also losing [...]

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Everything new coming to Netflix this week, and everything leaving (week of Apr. 21)

There has been a lot of complaining on my part in a few of these weekly Netflix release posts recently, but with The Hateful Eight being added to the streaming library this week, I’ve got nothing to complain about. While it’s not Quentin Tarantino’s best movie, it is still incredibly compelling, with a typical star-studded cast (and Samuel L. Jackson in one of his best roles in recent memory). Make time for it if you missed it in theaters in 2015.

That’s the real highlight of the week, but for the kids (and all of the kids at heart), the second season of the critically acclaimed She-Ra reboot lands on Friday. And I’ll probably give I Think You [...]

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Hear me out: This ‘random episode’ feature Netflix is testing could be a good idea

You don’t have to be a power user of Netflix to know that as time goes by, there’s a massive and ever-changing inventory of content on the service that it’s near-impossible to keep track of — with dozens and dozens of Netflix original TV shows and movies, not to mention the pile of third-party content the streamer licenses. Then there’s the constant content churn from one month to the next, the ebb and flow of shows and movies getting taken away and new titles taking their place. For a normal user, someone who doesn’t have time to keep up with all the changes and who’s maybe lucky to squeeze in an episode or two of a show on Netflix [...]

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