Cancel Your Weekend Plans, Here’s What’s New On Netflix

Just in time for an uber cosy weekend.

Look, the weather isn’t the best out there. One second the sun is shining and we get all excited, the next it’s literally pouring rain. Yet, it’s kind of sticky warm, along with that annoying rain that sits on top of your hair and makes everything frizzy. We can’t win. So a weekend catching up on the latest Netflix offerings is warmly welcomed. Just add cosy pjs, a blanket and a whole lot of comfort food: now that’s a win.

The Rain: Season 3

The Rain season 3 will pick up where the second season left off. Years after the rain decimated the population of Scandinavia, Simone and Rasmus find themselves at odds on how to save humanity. Rasmus wants to infect everyone with the same beta version of the virus that turned him into a superhuman, while Simone insists that there must be a cure.

Selling Sunset: Season 3

Here it is, the one we’ve all been waiting for. Big changes come to The Oppenheim Group as a major sale closes, the agents consider career moves, and one broker faces a very public breakup. Luxe real estate. Major drama. The top real estate brokers at The Oppenheim Group are back! Selling Sunset, a Netflix reality series set in the world of LA’s high-end real estate, follows seven of the city’s most successful female realtors who all work under the same roof at the #1 agency in the Hollywood Hills and the Sunset Strip.

Tiny Creatures

Love nature documentaries? You’re gonna be all over this. Little animals embark on big adventures across the U.S. in a dramatic nature series that explores their hidden worlds and epic survival stories.

Anelka: Misunderstood

The bad boy of French football, arrogant, precocious, misunderstood, scorer, unclassifiable, genius, unmanageable… Despite having a career of almost 20 years at the highest level, Nicolas Anelka is still hard to define. From sporting feats to controversies, he remains a mysterious persona for many observers. It’s an image that Anelka himself has cultivated.

Immigration Nation

In the ground-breaking six-part documentary series Immigration Nation, acclaimed filmmaking team Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau (2017’s Trophy) offer an unprecedented look at the processes, pitfalls and pain of immigration in America. Shot over the course of three years, Schwarz and Clusiau capture the daily workings of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, activists, lawmakers, attorneys and a wide swath of undocumented immigrants, from desperate recent arrivals to long-time residents to deported U.S. military combat veterans.


In Netflix’s new documentary series Connected, science reporter and host Latif Nasser hopscotches around the planet to tease out the subtle and surprising ways that we are all inextricably linked to one another and our world.  He discovers how everything from the air we breathe, the selfies we post, and even the poop we poop can be traced back to catastrophic shipwrecks, fraudulent elections, and even distant galaxies.

World’s Most Wanted

Heinous criminals have avoided capture despite massive rewards and global investigations. This docuseries profiles five of the world’s most wanted.

Work It

When Quinn Ackermann’s admission to the college of her dreams depends on her performance at a dance competition, she forms a ragtag group of dancers to take on the best squad in school…now she just needs to learn how to dance.

As well as these absolute gems, there’s also (deep breath) American History X, American Pie Presents: Band Camp, Bad Grandpa .5, Child’s Play 2, Deep Impact, Don’t Tell The Bride Season 1, Duplicity, Flipped, Friday Night Dinner: Season 5, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Jackass 2.5, Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie, Jackass: Number Two, Open Season, Out of Sight, Rumor Has It…, Seed of Chucky, Serial Killer with Piers Morgan: Season 1, Sex and the City 2, The Fall: Series 1-3, The Imitation Game, The Judge, The Mask, The Peanut Butter Falcon, The Saint, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Twilight.

Now, the only decision is, where to start?

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