8 New Series & Movies On Netflix For You To Binge-Watch All Week
Drama, comedy, and documentaries are in store!
All hail weekend relaxation! These new Netflix movies and series will keep you occupied while you spend your weekend inside. There's hours worth of content to keep you and your cuddle buddy entertained.
As we head into the month of April,is dropping on Netflix that will give you tons to add to your must-watch list.
If you're subscribed to other services including, , and , there are also tons in store for the new month on those platforms too.
While you wait for all that fresh content to drop, get your watch on with these eight brand new movies and TV shows that just premiered on Netflix this week.
Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes
Executive produced by Barack and Michelle Obama, this nearly two-hour-long documentary follows the lives of disabled teenagers working together to create a more inclusive future for their community.
Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes
This four-part German series follows a girl from a Jewish family who flees from her arranged marriage to a new life in Berlin. There, she meets a group of musicians who bring up her past and change her life.
Rating: 7.1/10 on IMDb
Get your adrenaline pumping with this thriller that focuses on a training camp who prepare themselves for apocalyptic events but end up suffering a fatal accident that they never expected.
The four episodes of this comedy series from Netflix India follow female comedians telling their own life stories in the most hilarious ways possible.
Mark Of The Devil
A modern-day twist on The Exorcist comes from this international thriller about two girls who bring an ancient book into their home but get more than they bargain for when it ends up bringing a demon with it.
Ozark: Season 3
Rating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes
Jason Bateman stars as the patriarch of the Byrde family who moves to the Ozarks in an attempt to escape the drug cartel. They're back with a third season as they continue their money-laundering operation.
There's Something In The Water
Rating: 78% on Rotten Tomatoes
Ellen Page directed this documentary that had its premiere at the 2019 TIFF. Page made the horrifying discovery of environmental racism going on in Nova Scotia that's putting its residents in unsafe conditions leading to cancer and diseases.
Rating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes
This drama follows the story of a man with the dream to go to school to become a master wine connoisseur. But that's much to the dismay of his father who wants him to take over the family barbeque joint business.