The month of May promises to be an interesting one in terms of movies coming to Netflix USA.
Below, you’ll find a licensed list of titles on the way combined with Netflix originals coming up next month.
Full list below
- Aliens Stole My Body (2020) – Kids superhero adventure movie akin to Netflix’s We Can Be Heroes.
- Angelina Ballerina (Seasons 5-6) – Animated kids series.
- Back to the Future Trilogy – Great Scott! All three of the Back to the Future movies return to Netflix for a limited time.
- Barney and Friends (Seasons 13-14) – Kids series.
- Best of the Best (1989) – Tae Kwon Do sports drama starring Eric Roberts.
- Dead Again in Tombstone (2017) – Western starring Danny Trejo about an outlaw returning from the dead.
- Due Date (2010) – Robert Downey Jr and Zach Galifianakis team in this buddy comedy.
- Fun with Dick and Jane (2005) – Comedy starring Jim Carrey.
- G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) – Live-action adaptation of the toy franchise.
- Green Zone (2010) – Paul Greengrass directs this war thriller starring Matt Damon. Follows events in US-occupied Baghdad.
- Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009) – Richard Gere features in this touching movie about a college professor adopting an abandoned dog.
- J.T. LeRoy (2019) – Laura Dern and Kristen Stewart headline this trans movie about a writer pretending to be a literary persona.
- Mystic River (2003) – Sean Penn, Kevin Bacon, and Tim Robbins star in this two-time Oscar-winning feature directed by Clint Eastwood.
- Love Happens (2009) – Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart headline this romantic film about a doctor who cannot get over the death of his late wife until…
- Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (2012) – The third entry in the Dreamworks animated series where the animals join a European circus in the hopes of returning home. Screenplay by Noah Baumbach.
- Never Back Down (2008) – A teenager joins an underground fight club. Stars Sean Faris.
- Notting Hill (1999) – Roger Mitchell directs this Hugh Grant rom-com classic.
- Open Season (2006) – Animated mischief with a grizzly bear finding himself stranded before hunting season begins.
- Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) – Alice continues fighting the Umbrella Corporation in this 2010 entry in the Sony Resident Evil movies.
- Resident Evil: Extinction (2007) – Survivors of the Racoon City incident travel to Nevada.
- Scarface (1983) – The drug cartel classic starring Al Pacino.
- Sitting in Limbo (2020) – British drama about a man trying to gain citizenship during the Windrush scandal.
- S.M.A.R.T Chase (2017) – Chinese/English thriller starring Orlando Bloom.
- Stargate (1994) – The first movie of the Stargate franchise starring Kurt Russell.
- State of Play (2009) – Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, Helen Mirren, and Rachel McAdams feature in this thriller.
- The Darkest Hour (2011) – Emilie Hirsch headlines this action horror set in Moscow where five people are fending off an alien race who is coming to Earth to steal our power supply.
- The Land Before Time (1988) – Animated kids adventure about a brontosaurus named Littlefoot setting off into the Great Valley.
- The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (1994) – The second entry in the animated kids movie.
- The Lovely Bones (2009) – Gut-wrenching drama about a young girl murdered and watches on from purgatory. Directed by Peter Jackson.
- The Pelican Brief (1993) – Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington star alongside each other in this conspiracy drama.
- The Sweetest Thing (2002) – Cameron Diaz headlines this rom-com who is tasked with wooing the opposite sex.
- The Whole Nine Yards (2000) – Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry co-star in this comedy from the turn of the millennium about a struggling dentist having his life overturned by a mobster moving in next door.
- The Whole Truth (2016) – Lionsgate thriller starring Keanu Reeves and Renée Zellweger.
- The Yeti Adventures (2017) – French-Canadian animated feature.
- Under Siege (1992) – Steven Seagal thriller about an ex-Navy Seal officer tasked with stopping a group of terrorists.
- Waist Deep (2006) – Tyrese Gibson headlines this action thriller about an ex-convict getting tangled up with a gang.
- Your Highness (2011) – Fantasy comedy starring Danny McBride, Natalie Portman and James Franco.
- Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) – Kevin Smith directed rom-com starring Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks.
- Zombieland (2009) – The first Zombie comedy where a team of unlikely heroes team up and travel across the USA.
- Hangar 1: The UFO Files (Season 2) – Docuseries looking into various UFO sightings over the years.
- Hoarders (Season 11) – Reality TV where it follows people who are compulsive hoarders.
- Selena: The Series (Season 2) – The concluding second half of the biopic series on Selena Quintanilla.
- The Clovehitch Killer (2018) – The work of a serial killer hits close to home for this family. Thriller from director Duncan Skiles.
- Trash Truck (Season 2) – New episodes of the animated kids series.
- Framing John DeLorean (2019) – Biopic on the carmaker John DeLorean and how some considered him to be a con-man. Stars Alec Baldwin.
- Lava Ka Dhaava (Season 1) – Indian spin-off Netflix’s gameshow – Floor is Lava.
- The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness (Limited Series) – Crime docuseries following Maury Terry’s efforts into finding a killer.
- And Tomorrow The Entire World (2020) – German thriller about a girl who gets involved with an anti-fascist group but starts to question her new life once getting into increasingly violent situations.
- Dead Man Down (2013) – Colin Farrell’s action drama about a crime lord’s right-hand man helps a woman setting retribution.
- Girl from Nowhere (Season 2) – Highly rated Thai fantasy series returns.
- Jupiter’s Legacy (Season 1) – The debut show from Mark Millar follows a group of superheroes living in the shadows of their parents.
- Milestone (2021) – Hindi indie movie from director Ivan Ayr about a trucker who recently lost his loved one and now faces the threat of losing his job.
- Monster (2021) – Originally premiering at Sundance in 2018, the movie finally gets a release on Netflix. Legal Drama starring Kelvin Harrison Jr, Jennifer Ehle, Tim Blake Nelson, and John David Washington.
- Sleepless (2017) – Jamie Foxx led thriller returns to Netflix. From director Baran bo Odar.
- Super Me (2021) – Chinese fantasy that’s lighting up the Chinese box office.
- Jeopardy! (New Collections) – More seasons of the ABC gameshow with episodes from the 2015-2016 season joining Netflix.
- Money, Explained (Season 1) – Vox’s documentary teams for another special spin-off series looking into all things money.
- Dance of the Forty One (2021) – Arthouse LGBTQ movie about a gay congressman who marries the Mexican president’s daughter
- Oxygen (2021) – French sci-fi thriller where a woman is awakened and has to think fast to survive.
- The Upshaws (Season 1) – Sitcom starring Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes.
- Castlevania (Season 4) – The final (?) season of the anime series based on the video game franchise.
- Layer Cake (2004) – Daniel Craig headlines this action drama directed by Matthew Vaughn.
- Ferry (2021) – The spin-off follow-up movie to the Dutch series Undercover which ran for 2 seasons.
- Haunted (Season 3) – More creepy real-world accounts of supernatural happenings.
- I Am All Girls (2021) – A detective finds common ground with a killer in this dark thriller.
- Jungle Beat: The Movie (2021) – South African kids animation feature.
- Love, Death & Robots (Volume 2) – 8 more weird and absolutely wonderful animated shorts.
- Move to Heaven (Season 1) – South Korean drama about trauma cleaners.
- The Strange House / Das Schaurige Haus (2021) – German family horror about a family moving to a remote town.
- The Woman in the Window (2021) – Originally set to release in 2019, the Amy Adams thriller finally gets a release.
- Kuroko’s Basketball (Season 2) – Second season of the anime series following the Seirin High basketball team.
- Sleight (2016) – J.D. Dillard writes and directs this sci-fi drama about a young street magician who turns to illegal activities to keep a roof over his and his family’s head.
- Sardar Ka Grandson (2021) – Hindi rom-com.
- The Last Days (1998) – Steven Spielberg and The Shoah Foundation presented this harrowing documentary on five Jewish Hungarians who lived through the Second World War and retells their story.
- Sabotage (2014) – Lionsgate action thriller headlined by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Directed by David Ayer.
- Small Town Crime (2017) – Eshorn and Ian Nelms direct this mystery thriller about an alcoholic ex-cop finding a woman on the roadside and vows to help find those that wronged her.
- Who Killed Sara? (Season 2) – Spanish crime drama that hit the top of the Netflix top 10s around the world.
- Hating Peter Tatchell (2021) – Documentary on an LGBTQ human rights advocate.
- Special (Season 2) – An expanded final season to the comedy starring Ryan O’Connell.
- Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011) – Kids action-comedy from We Can Be Heroes director, Robert Rodriguez.
- Army of the Dead (2021) – Zack Snyder’s zombie heist thriller starring Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell and Omari Hardwick.
- Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (Season 3) – The next set of animated episodes set in the Jurassic World series.
- The Neighbor (Season 2) – Season 2 of the Spanish-language superhero series.
- Sam Smith: Love Goes – Live At Abbey Road Studios – Live concert from the award-winning British artist, Sam Smith.
- Home (2015) – Animated sci-fi about an alien race invading Earth. Voice performances from Jim Parsons, Rihanna, and Steve Martin.
- Baggio: The Divine Ponytail (2021) – Italian biopic on soccer player Roberto Baggio.
- High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America (2021) – Documentary on African American cuisine.
- Nail Bomber: Manhunt (2021) – Documentary on the infamous Nail Bomber.
- Black Space (Season 1) – Israeli thriller series.
- Blue Miracle (2021) – Mexican biopic on the true story of Casa Hogar who saved his orphanage by entering a fishing competition.
- Eden (Season 1) – Animated anime series set thousands of years in the future where two robots take care of a young girl.
- Ragnarok (Season 2) – The superb Nordic series with the hammer-wielding superhero.
- Soy Rada: Serendipity (2021) – Spanish-language comedy special.
- Dog Gone Trouble (2021) – Listed as Netflix Family.
- Lucifer (Season 5B) – The second half of season 5 of Lucifer finally hits Netflix globally following the devil detective.
- The Kominsky Method (Season 3) – The final season of the Chuck Lorre series starring Michael Douglas about a retired actor turned coach.
- Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story (Limited Series) – A new story in the Dirty John universe.
- The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties (Season 1) – Selling Sunset but in Paris (and maybe less drama!?)