Hello, couch potato weekend! You'll be perfectly content to spend the next few nights indoors with these new arrivals on Netflix and Amazon Prime. A mix of enticing movies and binge-able series will give your must-watch list on both streaming platforms a much-needed upgrade.
This week, you can look forward to the final seasons of a beloved teen drama and family sitcom, sci-fi and thriller series to keep you on the edge of your seat, and a brand new adventure-crime film you'll want to tell all your friends about.
Plus, Netflix really came through with the throwbacks this week! On June 1, classic movies including Jurassic Park, Breakfast at Tiffany's, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Goon, National Lampoon's Van Wilder, Schindler's List, and The Last Airbender among tons more were added to the platform.
If you're in the mood for something fresh, these 12 shows and movies will give you and your Netflix and chill partner tons to choose from.
Fuller House: The Farewell Season
It's time to say goodbye to the Tanner family for the second time! Sisters D.J. and Stephanie and their BFF Kimmy are all in the midst of planning a triple wedding in the second part of season five that wraps up their love stories.
Garth Brooks: The Road I'm On (Season 1)
Two 85-minute long episodes follow the true story of artist Garth Brooks as he recalls his journey from playing small gigs to world tours.
Fast & Furious Franchise
Buckle up because seven movies in the streetcar racing franchise hit the streaming platform this week. That means you have hours and hours worth of binge-watching fun featuring lead characters Dominic Toretto and Brian O'Conner.
The 100 (Season 7)
The seventh season in this sci-fi series continues the story that follows 100 delinquents who are sent back to earth to repopulate it after civilization gets wiped out.
13 Reasons Why (Season 4)
The thrilling and emotional ride following students at Liberty High School comes to an end as they prepare to graduate and say goodbye. In season 4, Bryce's murder risks being exposed when Monty, who was framed for his death, has an alibi clearing him of the crime.
Hannibal (Seasons 1-3)
All three seasons of this psychological horror series arrive this week and follow the story of an FBI profiler that strikes up an unlikely and sympathetic relationship with Dr. Hannibal Lecter, who he has no idea is actually a cannibal.
The Last Days of American Crime
Netflix's brand new Original film will take you on a two-and-a-half hour-long ride that's set in the future. It follows a team planning the ultimate heist who face a setback when the government makes crimes impossible to commit.
Queer Eye (Season 5)
This fifth season of this reality series will continue following a group of gay men that offer advice to straight men in areas including fashion, food, and culture.
Spelling the Dream
This documentary film follows four young genius hopefuls battling it out for the crown in one of the biggest spelling competitions hosted in the United States.
Good Will Hunting
Time for a throwback! This 1997 drama stars Matt Damon and Robin Williams, who play a mathematics genius and psychiatrist that become friends when Damon's character must start seeing a therapist as part of his bail agreement.
Liar (Season 2)
The second season of the thriller series continues following a schoolteacher and surgeon who are set up on a date but end up in a spiralizing relationship after rape accusations surface.
El Presidente (Season 1)
This brand new Amazon Prime Original series stars How to Get Away with Murder's Karla Souza in a story about a Chilean football club leader that got caught up in the FIFA corruption scandal of 2015.