A mind-bending new horror series based on a podcast, Archive 81 is a mystery about an archivist who takes a job restoring damaged videotapes and gets pulled into the vortex of a mystery involving the missing director and a demonic cult. From executive producers Rebecca Sonnenshine and James Wan.
Across different eras, a poor family, an anxious developer and a fed-up landlady become tied to the same mysterious house in this animated dark comedy. A stop-motion animated anthology featuring the voices of Mia Goth, Jarvis Cocker, Susan Wokoma and Helena Bonham Carter.
A suspenseful Japanese series adapted from an award-winning film about a dedicated journalist doggedly pursuing the truth about a government corruption scandal even as powerful enemies seek to neutralize her reporting. Confronted with political crimes and the scandals of modern Japanese society, journalist Anna makes it her priority to expose the corruption ravaging her nation.
A musical, Spanish-language Mexican teen drama about a secret society called the Lodge which threatens to crash the musical hopes of the first-years at Elite Way School. Based on the Mexican telenovela of the same name and the Argentine telenovela <i>Rebelde Way</i> directed by Santiago Limón.
In this French romantic comedy series, Parisian Elsa gets hung up on her ex, and her best friends secretly hire a male escort to help her move on, but their plan works a little too well. In season three, with their friendship rocked by a secret romance, Elsa, Charlotte and Milou each face up to new challenges and big life decisions.
Set thirty-four years after events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, a down-and-out Johnny Lawrence seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now successful Daniel LaRusso. In season four of the hit spinoff, a past villain from the Karate Kid universe, instructor Terry Silver, returns.
A British crime thriller in which the lives of a photojournalist, a soccer mom and a homicide detective are disturbed by a terrible event from the past. Based on the Harlan Coben novel of the same name, the suspenseful series stars Cush Jumbo, James Nesbitt, Richard Armitage, Eddie Izzard, and more.
A college professor confronts her unsettling past after meeting a woman and her young daughter while on vacation in Italy, prompting an obsession and questions about the nature of motherhood. Maggie Gyllenhaal’s award-winning directorial debut stars Olivia Colman. Adapted from the Elena Ferrante novel.
A Chinese-language crime drama set in the red-light district of 1980s Taipei, women at a popular Japanese nightclub navigate jealousy, heartbreak, friendship, love, and betrayal. Season two continues to shift between past and present and explores growing tensions in the relationships and history of each hostess.
A failed bank robbery ends up with eight hostages at an open house, and their captor suddenly vanishes, leaving them all with different stories of what just happened.
A true-crime limited series created by Oscar-nominated director Joe Berlinger which covers the 1970s New York City case of the “Torso Killer,” who preys on women to fulfill his grotesque fantasies while eluding police. Part of the Netflix original docuseries diving into crime’s darkest places.
A darkly comedic retrospective mockumentary which mixes real news footage from 2021 as well as scripted talking-head interviews. Starring Hugh Grant, Lucy Liu, Tracey Ullman, Cristin Milioti and more, from the creators of “Black Mirror.”
Filmmakers under 30 interview inspiring men and women over 70 around the globe to glean life lessons about love, work, struggle and dreams. Subjects include Martin Scorsese, Jane Goodall, a pioneering climate scientist, a freedom fighter, a photographer and a shoemaker. Hosted by Pope Francis, who shares his own lessons between segments.
A timely, all-star satire from Adam McKay (Vice, The Big Short) about two low-level astronomers (Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) who must who embark on a national media tour – and a showdown with the president (Meryl Streep) – to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth … only to face denial, memes, and exploitative billionaires. A Critic’s Choice nominee.
A Golden Globe-nominated series from Darren Star, a Sex and the City producer, in which Chicago marketing executive Emily Cooper is hired to provide an American perspective at a marketing firm in Paris. In season two, the titular Emily experiences more personal growth and emotional progression as she embraces her adventurous new life while juggling work, friends and romance.
An anime series in which Retsuko the Red Panda, frustrated with her thankless office job, copes with her daily struggles by belting out death metal karaoke after work. In season four, Retsuko turns up the volume to stop Haida from making the biggest mistake ever when a sly new company president takes the office to a new extreme.
In 1980s Naples, Italy, an awkward Italian teen struggling to find his place experiences heartbreak and liberation after he’s inadvertently saved from a freak accident by football legend Diego Maradona. A coming-of-age Italian drama which won two awards at the Venice Film Festival, including the Grand Jury Prize. Rated R
In 1999, a 12-year-old girl discovers a broken mixtape made by her late parents. She sets out to track down each of the obscure songs on the cassette, and learn more about her mom and dad. A touching comedy-drama film that the whole family can watch together, rated TV-PG.
The filmmakers and actors behind the highly-rated “Money Heist” talk about the emotional artistic process of filming the Spanish-language crime drama. In season two, showrunners share secrets about filming while saying goodbye to the beloved series. Rated TV-MA
A Christmas special which sees the return of bakers from previous seasons, Rosie, Jamie, James and Ruby, and features competitors creating miniature panettones, Christmas puddings, and cakes for hosts Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood. Rated TV-14.
An adaptation of the novel by Thomas Savage in which a rift forms between two wealthy Montana rancher brothers in the 1920s after one of them brings home a new wife and son, until the unexpected comes to pass. A western-drama previously released in theaters starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and more. Rated R
This French/Belgian production is an animated adaptation of Jiro Taniguchi’s hit manga about a journalist who embarks on a mountain-climbing expedition to search for a camera belonging to legendary mountaineer George Mallory—a camera that may contain evidence that Mallory was the first to summit Mount Everest. The film will also receive a limited theatrical release beginning November 24. Rated PG
Halle Berry stars and makes her directorial debut in this LGBTQ martial arts drama about a disgraced MMA fighter who finds redemption in the cage and the courage to face her demons when the son she had given up as an infant unexpectedly reenters her life. Winner of the Toronto International Film Festival and previously released in theaters, Bruised now comes to Netflix.
After a calamitous battle fractures Eternia, Teela and an unlikely alliance must prevent the end of the Universe in this sequel to the ’80s classic executive produced and written by Kevin Smith. With a star-studded cast, season two will focus on the ramifications of Skeletor’s rise to power. A series the whole family can watch together, rated TV-PG