Here’s what’s new on the online streaming platform and what’s leaving it:
Netflix is all set to kick-off its latest offerings for May 2020 with Ryan Murphy‘s highly anticipated new original series, Hollywood. It is set in post-World War II Tinseltown. The show draws on true stories like those of actors Anna May Wong, Rock Hudson, and Hattie McDaniel as inspirations.
The star-studded cast list includes veterans like Patti LuPone and Holland Taylor. Alongside, rising talents like Laura Harrier, David Corenswet and, Jeremy Pope. All seven episodes to release on May 1.
Dead To Me Season 2 and Stand Up Specials
Another popular Netflix original series, Dead to Me, starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, returns with its second season on May 8.
Meanwhile, Those looking for a laugh are in luck as Jerry Seinfeld’s hour-long standup comedy special, 23 Hours to Kill, to debut on May 5. Whereas Patton Oswalt’s standup special, Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything will release on Netflix on May 19. Alongside, Hannah Gadsby follows up her hit special Nanette with a new comedy special, Douglas, on May 26.
Here are the Netflix originals coming to Netflix in the first week of May 2020
May 1 will include the release of All Day and a Night, Almost Happy, Get In, Go! Go! Cory Carson: The Chrissy and The Half Of It. Alongside, Hollywood, Into the Night, Medici: The Magnificent: Part 2 and Mrs Serial Killer.
May 5 will mark the release of Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill and May 6 for Workin’ Moms: Season 4. Meanwhile, Scissor Seven: Season 2 will release on May 7.
Alongside, these Netflix originals, many TV series and, movies have a set release date for May.
Here’s what’s leaving Netflix in May
May 1 will mark the end of the streaming of John Carter. Alongside, Limitless and, The Place Beyond the Pines from May 15. May 17 will be the last day to stream Royal Pains: Season 1-8 and May 18 for Scandal: Season 1-7. Alongside, many other series and movies will mark their exits from the streaming platform.