Another month, another exciting new selection of TV shows and movies on Netflix and Hulu! Even as it gets warmer outside, the end of school means more time to hangout and binge watch your favorite Netflix and Hulu originals. To help kick off your summer vacay, check out these new additions to the Netflix and Hulu libraries.
Netflix’s newest selections, as always, are a mix of Netflix originals, international hits, docuseries, and classic movies, according to What’s On Netflix. Looking at classic movies, Notting Hill (1999), a romance drama starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, the 1980s hit Back to the Future trilogy, and Oscar-winning crime drama Mystic River (2003) are must-sees. If you’re into zombie movies, be sure to watch Zombieland (2009), the hit starring Abigail Breslin, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, and Jesse Eisenberg, and Netflix original, Army of the Dead (2021), a crime-centric spin on the traditional zombie gore. Plenty of great Netflix originals have been added to Netflix, as well, including season 1 of Law School, a Korean legal drama, season 2 of Selena: The Series about Selena Quintanilla, the docuseries The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness, season 2 of Girl from Nowhere, a Thai drama series about exposing secrets and lies, and season 5B of hit show, Lucifer.
Hulu, according to CNet.com, is also seriously expanding its collection, especially when it comes to reality tv. Be on the lookout for season 1 of Blind Date, seasons 4 and 6 of Are You The One? seasons 1-6 of Married to Medicine, seasons 1-6 of Shahs of Sunset, seasons 20 and 23 of The Bachelor, season 12 of The Bachelorette, and more. More than just binge worthy series have been added to Hulu, as well. (500) Days of Summer (2009), a hit indie romance starring Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, I Am Legend (2007), a horror action starring Will Smith, Train to Busan (2016), a truly terrifying zombie thriller from South Korea, and Reservoir Dogs (1992), a Tarantino classic, are all definitely worth checking out. Also, if you’re in the mood for a documentary, the award winning MLK/FBI (2021) will be added May 14 and uncovers the harassment of Martin Luther King Jr. by the FBI.