Not stirring this weekend?
No problem, Netflix have got you sorted.
These new titles are just perfect for a lazy weekend.
BoJack Horseman: Season 5 (Available 14 September)
BoJack’s back on screen as the star of “Philbert,” a new detective series produced by Princess Carolyn. But his demons are out in full force.
Ingobernable: Season 2 (Available 14 September)
Emilia Urquiza has lost everything to forces above the government. But she has not given up and will fight the system to save her daughter and face those who killed her husband.
American Vandal: Season 2 (Available 14 September)
Milk, milk, lemonade…around the corner, justice is made.
Filmmakers Peter Maldonado and Sam Ecklund point their investigative lens at St. Bernardine, a private high school recently terrorized by a vandal known only as The Turd Burglar.
Norm MacDonald has a Show (Available 14 September)
Anything goes when Norm Macdonald and his trust sidekick, Adam Eget, dive into hilarious and unexpected conversations with celebrity guests.
The premiere season of Norm Macdonald has a Show welcomes guests Drew Barrymore, David Spade, Judge Judy, David Letterman, Jane Fonda, Chevy Chase, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Keaton, Billy Joe Shaver and Lorne Michaels.
Car Masters: Rust to Riches (Available 14 September)
The colorful crew at Gotham Garage overhauls an eclectic collection of cars, trading their way up to a showstopper they can sell for big bucks.
Shooter: Season 3 (New Episodes Fridays)
When an archenemy reveals information about Bob Lee’s father, the veteran sniper is drawn into a conspiracy that strikes too close to home.
Better Call Saul: Season 4 (New Episodes Tuesdays)
In “Better Call Saul’s” fourth season, Chuck’s death catalyses Jimmy McGill’s (Bob Odenkirk) transformation into Saul Goodman.
In the wake of his loss, Jimmy takes steps into the criminal world that will put his future as a lawyer – and his relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn) – in jeopardy. Chuck’s (Michael McKean) death deeply affects former colleagues Howard (Patrick Fabian) and Kim as well, putting the two of them once again on opposite sides of a battle sparked by the Brothers McGill.
The critically acclaimed drama is executive produced by Peter Gould, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Thomas Schnauz and Gennifer Hutchison.
The Angel (Now Streaming)
The Angel, directed by Ariel Vromen, is the true story of Ashraf Marwan, who was Egyptian President Nasser’s son-in-law, and special advisor and confidant to his successor Anwar Sadat, while simultaneously one of Israeli Intelligence’s most precious assets of the 20th century.
The Resistance Banker (Now Streaming)
In the occupied Netherlands during World War II, banker Walraven van Hall (Barry Atsma) is asked to use his financial contacts to help the Dutch resistance. He doesn’t have to think about it for long.
On My Skin (Now Streaming)
The incredible true story behind the most controversial Italian court cases in recent years. Stefano Cucchi was arrested for a minor crime and mysteriously found dead during his detention. In one week’s time, a family is changed forever.
Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool (Available 11 September)
What starts as a vibrant affair between a legendary femme fatale and her young lover quickly grows into a deeper relationship, with Turner being the person Gloria turns to for comfort. Their passion and lust for life is tested to the limits by events beyond their control.
The Land of Steady Habits (Available 14 September)
Feeling trapped in the stifling, wealthy enclave of Westport, Connecticut, Anders Hill (Ben Mendelsohn) retires from his job in finance and leaves his wife (Edie Falco) in the hopes that it will renew his lust for life. However, he’s quickly faced with the startling reality of his choices; he spends his days looking for things to decorate his empty shelves, sleeping with strangers and feeling terribly lost.
The Square (Now Streaming)
Christian is the respected curator of a contemporary art museum, a divorced but devoted father of two who drives an electric car and supports good causes. His next show is “The Square”, an installation which invites passersby to altruism, reminding them of their role as responsible fellow human beings. But sometimes, it is difficult to live up to your own ideals.
Megan Leavey (Now Streaming)
The true life story of Megan Leavey, a young Marine corporal whose unique discipline and bond with a military combat dog saved many lives during her deployment in Iraq.
Assigned to clean up the K-9 unit after a disciplinary hearing, Leavey starts to identify with Rex, a particularly aggressive dog that she trains. Over the course of their service, Megan and Rex complete more than 100 missions until an improvised explosive device injures both, putting their fates in jeopardy.
COMEDIES & DOCUMENTARIES
Daniel Sloss: Live Shows (Now Streaming)
The dark mind of Daniel Sloss is back, and he’s ready to find the funny in some very taboo topics, from the deeply personal to the highly irreverent.
Boca Juniors Confidential (Available 14 September)
This docuseries profiles Argentine soccer power Boca Juniors, highlighting the relationships between coaches and players as they contend for trophies.
JANE (Now Streaming)
Using a trove of never-before-seen footage, the film tells the story of Jane’s early explorations and research in Tanzania, focusing on her groundbreaking field work, her relationship with her cameraman and husband Hugo van Lawick, and the chimpanzees that were the subject of her study.
NETFLIX KIDS & FAMILY
The Dragon Prince (Available 14 September)
Two human princes forge an unlikely bond with the elven assassin sent to kill them, embarking on an epic quest to bring peace to their warring lands.
Super Monsters Monster Party: Songs (Available 14 September)
Sing along and move to this groovy collection of music videos featuring monster friends Katya, Lobo, Zoe, Drac, Cleo and Frankie!