Netflix still has to add a few films to May before it begins removing titles from its huge June 2023 content list. The streaming service is presenting five brand-new titles to users this weekend, some of the last additions of the month. Four new Netflix original programs and films are being added this weekend, and they range from the debut of Blood & Gold to a new season of the popular cooking competition Barbecue Showdown.
The basic with advertisements plan costs $7 per month, the basic plan costs $10 per month, the standard plan costs $15.50 per month, and the premium plan costs $20 per month on Netflix. The last three subscriptions provide users access to the whole Netflix streaming catalog, however, the Netflix with advertisements plan has slightly fewer options for material. Scroll down to see everything that will be available this weekend on Netflix.
This week’s most-awaited Netflix arrivals
Season 1 of FUBAR
Coming to Netflix on 25th May 2023
Returning is Arnold Schwarzenegger. The renowned Austrian actor will make his television debut this week in Netflix’s FUBAR, which centers on a father and daughter working together after having both secretly served as CIA operatives for a new mission. Throughout the eight episodes, the action star is joined by Monica Barbaro, Milan Carter, Fortune Feimster, Travis Van Winkle, Jay Baruchel, Andy Buckley, Aparna Brielle, Barbara Eve Harris, Fabiana Udenio, and Gabriel Luna.
Seasons 1–5 of The Batman
Monday’s Netflix release: 22nd May 2023
The Batman, which will have all five seasons added as we move into the week, is the latest old classic cartoon that Netflix is getting and will keep obtaining from the Warner Bros. Discovery and Cartoon Network archives. This version of the superhero, which ran from 2004 to 2008, starred Rino Romano, Danielle Judovits, Evan Sabara, and Alastair Duncan as the voice actors.
Season five of “All American”
Tuesday’s Netflix release: 23rd May 2023
In search of a sports drama? The likelihood is that you already watch All American, but if not, this week would be a great time, to begin with the 91 episodes of April Blair’s show that are currently available on Netflix. Here is what you can anticipate if you decide to dive in for those who are unfamiliar:
When a young football player from South Los Angeles is selected for the Beverly Hills High School team, cultural tensions and simmering rivalries put him to the test. The good news is that The CW chose to renew the show for the 2023–2024 season, making it one of the few.
Grilling Competition: Season 2
Premiere: May 26th, Friday
The eight-episode food competition series American Barbecue Showdown follows the nation’s top backyard smokers and competitive grillers as they contend for the title of American Barbecue Champion. Rutledge Wood and Lyric Lewis serve as the show’s hosts, and Kevin Bludso and Melissa Cookston, two barbecue royalty, serve as the competition’s judges. Every week, Kevin and Melissa will give the cooks a challenge that will put their knowledge of barbecue to the ultimate test. They will have to demonstrate that they have the expertise to smoke another day using unusual meats and traditional methods.
“Turn of the Tide”
Premiere: May 26th, Friday
Synopsis: Until a ton of cocaine arrives on the coast and drastically transforms the lives of its residents, nothing happens in the quiet Azorean community of Rabo de Peixe. A young fisherman named Eduardo and his closest buddies construct a business using supplies brought in from the Atlantic Ocean. However, a ton of cocaine does not go undetected, and our protagonists will engage in a risky journey that has no hope of completion before coming face to face with the drug’s producers, the police, and a cast of unpredictable individuals.
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