New movies and TV shows on Netflix:
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TV shows on Netflix have a wide range of movies. You can never run of content to watch on Netflix. There had been some announcements that are going to be released this month and we are here to tell you about them. There are many movies releasing this year with an amazing cast and great directors on board. Netflix is really pushing its edge to bring the best content for us in this pandemic to watch.
THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW:
The first movie on this list is The Woman In The Window which is going to be released on the 14th of May. This movie is filled with great stars like Jennifer Jason Leigh, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie, Gary Oldman, and none other than one of the best actresses in Hollywood right now, Amy Adams. She is playing the role of a woman who is agoraphobic in nature. It’s someone who is afraid of being embarrassed or feeling helpless among other things. And one day she started to spy on her neighbors and found out some pretty serious violence. It’s going to be a great thriller.
ARMY OF THE DEAD:
The second movie on the list is Army Of The Dead. Directed by none other than our visionary director Zack Snyder. This is going to be a post Apocalyptic zombie movie with a twist. It is Zack Snyder. He is not gonna give you the same old story. The stars of the movie include Omari Hardwick, Tig Notaro, Ana de la Reguera, and the great Dave Bautista. The movie at its core is an action movie with the heist in the backdrop. It’s going to be epic. This movie will be released on the 21st of May.
MASTER OF NONE:
The third is a TV series on our list. Master of None’s previous two seasons were some of the best things you could have watched on Netflix. You can still watch it. The third season was never anticipated by fans as Aziz Ansari had a false claim of sexual Harrasmment on him in the middle of mee too movement. But after watching the trailer, it looks like this season will focus on her friend rather than our main protagonist, Aziz. The release date is on 23rd of May.
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