Welcome to your Tuesday update on what’s new on Netflix. We’ve got some great titles to cover and we’ll also be covering a couple of titles that dropped yesterday too.
Today we see the release of Queen of the South’s latest season from USANetwork as well as a good few documentaries and some new weekly exclusive Arabic shows.
There’s lots to look forward to this week with Lucifer dropping tomorrow as well as plenty of new titles expected for the end of the week too.
Here’s a look at what’s new on Netflix today:
Queen of the South (Season 3)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Cast: Alice Braga, Veronica Falcón, Peter Gadiot, Hemky Madera
USA Network’s answer to Breaking Bad has been firing on all cylinders recently. Its third season released last year and has finally found its way onto Netflix just in time for season 4 coming next month.
The series follows Teresa who fleed Mexico and soon sets up shop in America doing what her now deceased boyfriend, flogging drugs. This season, Teresa is finally free to build her own empire and goes up against old and new enemies who threaten her operation.
The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution (2018)
Director: Maya Gallus
Cast: Suzanne Barr, Victoria Blarney, Amanda Cohen, Angela Hartnett
Love your cooking documentaries? Then this new addition is just for you. The documentary which clocks in just over an hour and 15 minutes long takes a look at seven women chefs who are all competing in the sport of professional cooking. Although feminism comes up quite a bit, there’s enough cooking content in here to justify a watch although only after you’ve finished all of Chef’s Table.
The movie managed to get selected to premiere a the Hot Docs 2018 festival and is written and directed by Maya Gallus.
Last Breath (2019)
Director: Richard da Costa, Alex Parkinson
Cast: Chris Lemons
The second documentary is an absolute nail-biter. This title premiered last month and has quickly come to Netflix. It’s similar to 127 hours whereby it’s someone’s desperate attempt at survival.
This is the incredible story of a man who was trapped and stranded on the seabed with limited oxygen and his fight for survival.
Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story (2017)
Director: Jon Strong
Cast: Hank Aaron, Andrew Young, Cal Ripken, Gary Sheffield
Runtime: 87 min
The third and final excellent new documentary added to Netflix today is Long Time Coming. This movie is a sports documentary that takes you back to 1955 and tells you the story of two groups of young boys who played on the field in a world full of racial segregation.
Full List of New Titles on Netflix (May 7th)
2 New Movies Added This Week
- Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story (2017)
- The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution (2018)
5 New TV Series Added This Week
- I Have a Script (Season 1 – New Episode) Netflix Original
- In the Bosom of a Thorn (Season 1 – New Episode) Netflix Original
- Queen of the South (Season 3)
- The Writer (Season 1 – New Episode) Netflix Original
- What If? (Season 1 – New Episode) Netflix Original