What’s new to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ in May

From the highly anticipated arrival of Sally Rooney’s TV adaptation Conversations with friends to a new slice of stranger thingsMay is shaping up to be a great month for lounging in front of the television.

Here’s what to add to your watch list…

May 05

The staircase NOW television

Starring Colin Firth, Toni Collette and Sophie Turner, this limited series centers on American novelist Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his second wife in 2003. Based on a documentary series originally released in 2004, the dramatization incredibly intriguing is going to kick things up a notch with a three-episode premiere and continues with weekly installments.

May 06

On the way for the ridenetflix

A YA novel come to life, this Netflix Original is set in the summer before college and follows Auden as she spends the summer with her father (Dermot Mulroney) in the small seaside town of Colby. Following in the footsteps of fellow insomniac Eli, the couple decided to try new things and find new versions of themselves before the rest of their lives began. screenwriters from To all the boys I’ve loved beforethis movie is a carefree teen movie that you can enjoy at any age.

May 11

how i met your fatherDisney+

If you still have one HIMYM shaped like a hole in your heart, this 2022 redesign will be just what you need. Hilary Duff stars as Sophie, who recounts how she met her son’s father. Set in the not-too-distant future, the sitcom introduces us to the close-knit gang as they fall in love and fall in love in the age of the dating app. Ready to head back to Maclaren’s Pub?

May 13

Secondary yearnetflix

When the leader of the high school cheerleading squad wakes up from a 20-year coma following a stunt gone wrong, there’s only one thing on his mind; become prom queen. Now 37, the future teenager (played by Rebel Wilson) returns to a much woke version of the school she left and must relearn the ropes to be popular.

The Savages season two, Amazon Prime Video

A dystopian teen drama centered on high school students forced into survival mode after a plane crash, The Savages the first season included a rather intriguing twist. Some of the teenage girls are part of a social experiment designed by the female empowerment program manager. The second season should introduce a parallel island of teenagers.

May 15

Conversations with friendsRTE One, Hulu and BBC Three

After the resounding success of normal people, this Sally Rooney adaptation centers on two college students, Frances and Bobbi, who unexpectedly find themselves entangled with an older married couple, Nick and Melissa. Directed by Lenny Abrahamson and starring Alison Oliver, Sasha Lane, Joe Alwyn and Jemima Kirke, we literally can’t wait.

May 26

The stewardess season two, NOW TV

If you haven’t seen the first season yet The stewardess, you have to gorge yourself right away, to the nearest second. With Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory, 8 simple rules) as a – you guessed it – flight attendant, the second season differs from the first in that she’s quit drinking and is trying to get her life back on track. Now forced to act as an asset to the CIA, things quickly spiral out of control.

May 27

Stranger Things 4 Vol. 1netflix

fans of stranger things I’ve waited a long, long time for a return to the Upside Down and after three long years, it’s almost time. The official synopsis states that after the Battle of Starcourt, the gang is separated for the first time as they navigate the complexities of high school. “A horrific new supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, could finally bring an end to the horrors of the Upside Down.” The first batch of episodes lands on May 27, the rest on July 1.

May 31st


Based on the memoir of Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, this six-episode series is about a rock and roll revolution. Guiding us through three of the most iconic and chaotic years in music history as anarchist children with no future shake up the establishment and change music and culture forever.

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