With the coronavirus pandemic continuing and lockdown becoming the new normal, people are increasingly turning to streaming services such as Netflix as a source of entertainment.

There are some early rumours relating to what’s coming up on the platform for May 2020, with titles of notes including Space Force and Riverdale.

Here’s an idea of (some of) what you can expect:

May 1st

All Day and a Night – Prison drama
Casi Feliz – Spanish comedy
Den of Thieves – Action movie
Fun with Dick & Jane – Crime movie
Get In – French thriller
Hollywood – Limited series
Masha and the Bear – Kids animation
Medici – Italian period drama
Mrs Serial Killer – Indian thriller
Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres – Documentary
The Half of It – Romantic comedy
Thomas & Friends: Marvelous Machinery – Kids animation

May 4th

Arctic Dogs – Animated movie
Luccas Neto em: Acampamento de Ferias 2 – Family drama

May 6th

Hangman – Crime drama
Workin Moms – Canadian comedy

May 7th

Scissor Seven – Anime series

May 8th

Dead to Me – Drama
Restaurants on the Edge – Reality series
Rust Valley Restorers – Car-flipping series
Sleepless – Action cop thriller
The Eddy – Musical series
The Hollow – Animated Canadian series
The Wrong Missy – Comedy movie
Valeria – Spanish dramedy

May 11th

Bordertown – Finnish crime drama
Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics – Docuseries
Trial by Media – Docuseries

May 12th

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kim vs the Reverend – Netflix comedy (interactive special)

May 14th

Riverdale – Season 4

May 15th

Chichipatos – Spanish comedy
She-Ra and the Princess of Power – Animated series

May 23rd

Spelling the Dream – Documentary

May 25th

Uncut Gems – Adam Sandler drama

May 28th

La Corazonada (The Hunch) – Argentinian thriller

May 31st

Space Force – Mockumentary

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