It's finally Friday, and you know what that means. Yes, it's about to be the weekend and that's all well and good. But, more importantly, each and every Friday represents something much bigger for Netflix users. It's the day each week when the streaming service releases the majority of its original TV shows and movies online for us to enjoy. This week is no exception. In fact, March 15th represents one of the biggest Netflix drop days in quite a while.
Netflix got things rolling this week with a rare Wednesday release. Triple Frontier, one of the biggest Netflix movies of 2019, arrived just a couple of days ago, giving users something to really look forward to this weekend. However, the streaming service is also unveiling some highly-anticipated projects that will surely join Triple Frontier in your queue this weekend, giving you plenty to binge.
So, what's new to stream on Netflix this weekend? Take a look at the full list:
Arrested Development: Season 5B -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Burn Out (FR) -- NETFLIX FILM
Dry Martina (AR) -- NETFLIX FILM
Girl (BE) -- NETFLIX FILM
If I Hadn't Met You -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Kung Fu Hustle
Las muñecas de la mafia: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Love, Death & Robots -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Paskal (MY) -- NETFLIX FILM
Queer Eye: Season 3 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Robozuna: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Lives of Others
Turn Up Charlie -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
YooHoo to the Rescue -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
There will be plenty of folks rushing home this weekend to watch the new episodes of Arrested Development, the quirky sitcom that was revived by Netflix a couple of years ago. The first half of the show's fifth season debuted back in 2018, and fans have been anxiously awaiting the second half to see how the season concludes. Thankfully, the wait is over.
Speaking of highly-anticipated, the third season of the beloved Queer Eye reality series is now available on Netflix. This time around, the Fab Five are taking their talents to Kansas City for a new set of adventures.
Finally, there are two exciting new series making their debut on Netflix this weekend. Love, Death & Robots is an animated anthology series from acclaimed filmmakers David Fincher and Tim Miller, and Turn Up Charlie stars Idris Elba as a DJ that becomes a nanny in order to make some money.
What are you most looking forward to watching on Netflix this weekend? Let us know in the comments!
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