Get comfortable—you've got a lot of streaming to catch up on! If there's one thing that's been coming out at lightning speed lately, it's new shows and movies on Netflix. Over the past month, the platform has debuted a huge selection of original content for its users, and some of the options have been receiving killer ratings so far.\nAs per usual, the app has kept it's content diverse lately with everything from family-friendly animated films to hilarious teen romantic comedies that will have you laughing (and maybe even crying) non-stop.\nEverything on this list has been added to Netflix within the last month and scored over 80% on Rotten Tomatoes. Since they've fared so well with audiences, hopefully you'll enjoy them too!\nNever Have I Ever\nRating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes\nNever Have I Ever is a teen comedy about a first-generation Indian-American high school student named Dev, who is trying to balance her complicated family life, her studies, her friendships, and most importantly, her crush.\nHollywood\nRating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIn Hollywood, a group of bold young actors and filmmakers will do whatever it takes to make a name for themselves in post-World War II Tinseltown.\nOuter Banks\nRating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis original series combines action, romance, and drama to tell the story of a group of teens from the wrong side of the tracks as they attempt to uncover buried treasure that will change their lives forever.\nThe Last Dance\nRating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis docuseries chronicles the Chicago Bulls, with a main focus on their 1997-98 season when NBA star Michael Jordan helped lead them to great victory.\nA Secret Love\nRating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA Secret Love is a heartwarming documentary that tells the story of Pat Henschel and Terry Donahue, a lesbian couple who spent decades hiding their romance from the prejudiced world around them.\nInto the Night\nRating: 82% on Rotten Tomatoes\nInto the Night is a thriller series that follows a group of passengers aboard a plane whose only way to stay alive is to fly east into the darkness to escape the sun, which has begun killing everyone in its path.\nThe Half of It\nRating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIn this teen romantic comedy, a shy, nerdy student befriends a jock when he commissions her to help him write love letters to his crush. Along the way, they realize that they've both fallen for the same girl, making things complicated.