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Steve Martin and Martin Short's Netflix Special Is Showbiz Comfort Food

Steve Martin and Martin Short's Netflix Special Is Showbiz Comfort Food
Amidst the jokes, quips, groaners and yuks that comprise Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest of Your Life, one of the best moments of the duo's Netflix special involves a total screw-up. At the five-minute mark, as longtime pals Steve Martin and Martin Short are running through their polished back-and-forth barbs, Martin, who turns 73 this summer, muffs the name of the city where they're performing. (For the record, it's Greenville, South Carolina. But Martin's mouth morphs it into "Grinville.") As the comedian
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Tig Notaro on ‘Star Trek,’ Moving on From ‘One Mississippi,’ and Breaking One of the Biggest Rules of Comedy

Tig Notaro on ‘Star Trek,’ Moving on From ‘One Mississippi,’ and Breaking One of the Biggest Rules of Comedy
It’s hard to write a good punchline. Whether you’re a comedian who leans more toward one-liners or stories, finding the perfect capper is the trickiest part. But there’s something about the way that Tig Notaro approaches her standup that brings the audience in and lets them luxuriate in that punchline along with her.

Notaro’s new Netflix special “Happy to Be Here” features a lengthy deconstruction of a misunderstood phrase, centering on how things change after a new baby. With each new angle, it only gets funnier the longer Notaro breaks it down for people who interpret it in different ways.

“It’s almost like I’m, in some way, breaking a major rule of comedy — it’s explaining the joke. Not really explaining the joke, but I’m taking it apart and analyzing it and definitely walking through it with the audience,” Notaro told IndieWire. “In stand up,
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‘Big Mouth’ Adds Two New Cast Members for Season 2 — First Look

‘Big Mouth’ Adds Two New Cast Members for Season 2 — First Look
The Hormone Monsters have some company. Nick Kroll announced Monday night at the Netflix FYSee event that “Big Mouth” would be adding two voices to its roster for the upcoming Season 2.

Gina Rodriguez will be playing Gina (pictured above), a soccer player on Missy and Jessi’s team. Rodriguez’s upcoming Netflix slate already has includes a previously announced Carmen Sandiego feature film.

Also joining the ranks of the mythic on “Big Mouth” is David Thewlis, who will be voicing The Shame Wizard, which the official press release describes as “the Hormone Monster’s mortal enemy who haunts the kids, stoking their deepest shames.” (Thewlis last played a scary mystical creature with terrible teeth on Season 3 of “Fargo.”)

No word yet on a release date for Season 2, but the stellar cast from the show’s first 10 episodes — Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Maya Rudolph, Jason Mantzoukas, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen,
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The 20 Best Sketches of ‘SNL’ Season 43 Ranked (Photos)

The 20 Best Sketches of ‘SNL’ Season 43 Ranked (Photos)
“SNL” Season 43 brought back fan-favorite Alec Baldwin to play Donald Trump, and added a bunch of surprise star gusts to episodes as other members of his administration. But “Saturday Night Live” hasn’t just been great at the politics — there are have been a lot of hilarious parodies, send-ups and downright weird sketches along the way as well. Here are the best sketches of the season so far.

20. The Day You Were Born

To celebrate Mother’s Day, Amy Schumer plays a mom telling her fictional son the saccharine story about the day he was born — but flashbacks to the actual day so how horrific it really was. The sketch honors moms by hilariously showing just how tough they have it. Watch the sketch here.

19. Sitcom Reboot

John Mulaney plays the showrunner of an ’80s sitcom that gets a second life thanks to Hollywood’s hunger for reboots. Trouble is,
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Nick Kroll (‘Big Mouth’) on the show’s crazy situations: Many of them actually happened! [Exclusive Video Interview]

Nick Kroll (‘Big Mouth’) on the show’s crazy situations: Many of them actually happened! [Exclusive Video Interview]
Nick Kroll is very blunt about where the crazy stories on the show “Big Mouth” come from. “The stories come from the experiences of me and [co-creator] Andrew Goldberg, our friends from elementary and middle school or from other writers,” he reveals to us in a recent chat (watch the exclusive video above). “We also had a friend who had sex with a pillow and Andrew actually had an orgasm while dancing with a girl.”

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Kroll’s show, “Big Mouth,” also co-created by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett, is an animated show on Netflix that centers on several kids in seventh grade as they navigate their way through puberty. Kroll and Goldberg have been friends since they were children and are the basis for the two main characters, Nick and Andrew, the latter being voiced by John Mulaney.
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TV News Roundup: ‘The Expanse’ To End on Syfy, ‘The Detour’ Renewed on TBS

In today’s roundup, Syfy has announced futuristic series “The Expanse” will end after its current third season, “The Detour” has been renewed for a fourth season, and Showtime released a teaser for the fourth season of “The Affair.”


The fourth season of Showtime’s “The Affair” premieres on June 17 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt. The season promises new lives, new relationships, and the same mistakes. Dominic West, Ruth Wilson, Joshua Jackson, and Maura Tierney star in the drama, which is executive produced by Sarah Treem. Watch the exclusive teaser trailer of the upcoming season below.

Comedian and musician
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John Mulaney’s ‘Street Smarts’ Detective Is Not Laughing

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John Mulaney spent a considerable portion of his recent stand-up special, Kid Gorgeous, telling his Radio City audience about a former Chicago police detective named J.J. Bittenbender. Bittenbender used to come to Mulaney’s grade school every year and talk about “street smarts” and “stranger danger” safety tips, and as Mulaney told it, those talks still “haunt” him to this day. According to the comic, Bittenbender wore three-piece suits, sometimes with a cowboy hat, and advised children to ward off potential robbers by carrying a money clip filled with $50 to throw at criminals as a diversion tactic while they ran away.

Fortunately, the Chicago Tribune got in touch with Bittenbender, and he is none too pleased with what he calls Mulaney’s mischaracterization of his appearance — and appearances. In addition to scoffing at the idea he would ever wear a cowboy hat with a three-piece suit (“That...More »
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‘Barry’: Bill Hader Says Season 2 Will Be ‘Somehow Darker’

On HBO’s “Barry,” death follows the titular hitman-turned-actor wherever he goes, even when he’s trying very hard not to kill anyone. No really, he’s turning over a new leaf, starting right… now.

At an Fyc event for the show on Tuesday, the cast and crew gathered to watch a screening of the finale and then participate in a Q&A panel about the HBO comedy. Comedian John Mulaney, who moderated the panel, had the following non-spoilers reaction to the finale: “Boy, oh, boy! Shit!”

That set the tone of the no-holds-barred but hilarious conversation, made even more unruly by the friendship between “Saturday Night Live” alums Mulaney (who had written for “SNL” and recently hosted) and “Barry” star and co-creator Bill Hader. Much of the evening revolved around the two of them setting up comedic bits, performing various impressions or goofy voices, and miming actions that just
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Donald Glover Deserves to Be Cast on the Show (If He Still Wants It)

‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Donald Glover Deserves to Be Cast on the Show (If He Still Wants It)
Despite Donald Glover’s status as a comedian, writer, actor, and musical artist, it was hard to guess what his first time hosting “SNL” would be like. Based on his creative pedigree, one would assume he’d be given the chance for his voice to be heard throughout the night and that his comedic sensibilities would shine through. But unlike John Mulaney, Glover didn’t have the advantage of working on “SNL” before. He’d also be pulling double duty, both as himself and his musical alter ego (kind of) Childish Gambino. That — the music part — was always the easiest one to imagine, because it’s the one that relies more on the performer than it does the entire “SNL” machine. Plus, everyone could get excited about Donald Glover introducing himself as the musical guest, right?

Wrong on that front. Somewhat disappointingly (in a way where it really doesn’t
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‘SNL': Baldwin’s Trump Tries and Fails to Work Things out With the Real Stormy Daniels (Video)

‘SNL': Baldwin’s Trump Tries and Fails to Work Things out With the Real Stormy Daniels (Video)
“SNL” trotted out a bunch of celebrities as characters in the Trump administration, bringing back Alec Baldwin, Ben Stiller and Scarlett Johansson — and surprising viewers with Stormy Daniels playing herself.

The cold open began with Stiller returning as Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, calling the White House in a panic because of Rudy Giuliani’s recent media blitz.

“Mr. Trump, I don’t know what to do,” Stiller’s Cohen said. “You keep changing the story on the Stormy Daniels payment!”

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Baldwin’s Trump, worried about investigators listening in, asked if Cohen was calling from a secure line. Cohen assured him it was, because he dialed *87 before the call. The sketch cut away to FBI agents listening in, wondering what Cohen was even talking about.

Stiller’s Cohen then tried calling Trump back on his burner cell phones, but accidentally called a number of other people in and around Trump. First, it was Trump’s doctor, Harold Bornstein, played by Martin Short in a surprise.

“This is Dr. Harold Bornstein, would you like to know any of my patients’ medical history?” Short’s Bornstein asked as he answered the phone.

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“Michael, I’m glad you called, someone broke into my office and stole my files,” Bornstein continued. “I guess you could say I was raped!”

Next, Cohen called Giuliani, played by a hilariously made-up Kate McKinnon. Cohen added Giuliani to the call with Trump to talk about collusion and obstruction of justice, even though Giuliani was currently on a show on Fox News.

Cohen accidentally called Omarosa Manigault, played by Leslie Jones, and then Ivanka Trump — with Scarlett Johansson reprising the role — and Jared Kushner, played by Jimmy Fallon.

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Finally, Trump asked Cohen to call Stormy Daniels and end this “once and for all,” while Baldwin’s Trump stayed on the lines. In a surprise twist, instead of Daniels being played by a well-known star, the actual Daniels answered the phone.

“Stormy, this is Michael Cohen,” Stiller’s Cohen said. “Are you alone?”

“And what are you wearing?” Trump asked.

Trump finally hung up on Cohen, taking the call himself.

“What do you need for this to go away?” Trump continued.

“A resignation,” Daniels responded.

“My polls are finally up, and speaking of polls being up,” Trump returned. “We’ll always have Shark Week.”

“Sorry, I know you don’t believe in Climate Change, but a storm’s a-comin’ baby,” Daniels told him, to end the sketch.

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‘Kid Gorgeous at Radio City’: John Mulaney’s Netflix Standup Special Is One of the Year’s Best Pieces of Writing

Some standups have God-given charisma that’ll cut a hole through the bottom of the stage. They’ll make you laugh out of sheer force of will, whether by volume or inflection or antics or some mystical combination of all three. They’re the kind of performers that, if you saw their set, written out on paper, it would look more like an observational casual brunch conversation than something people would willingly spend money to go see.

But there are some comics who take the reverse route: They’ve got enough punchlines to fill out a late night packet or a Twitter feed and spend time bulking up the means of delivery. If you watch John Mulaney’s 2009 episode of “Comedy Central Presents,” it’s got most of the material that would eventually find its way onto his first album, “The Top Part.” The Salt and Pepper Diner story has
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What’s Coming to Netflix in May 2018

Netflix is celebrating the start of summer with some big additions, adding one of 2017’s most popular films in May.

Coco,” fresh off an Oscar win for best animated film, will be coming May 29, in addition to other fan-favorites “Shrek,” “The Bourne Ultimatum,” and “The 40-Year-Old-Virgin.” Ahead of the July 20 release of “Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!,” the original film, starring Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried, is also joining Netflix on May 16.

On the comedy side, John Mulaney’s new special “Kid Gorgeous at Radio City” hits the streaming service May 1, along with projects from Steve Martin, Martin Short,
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John Mulaney Talks New ‘Kid Gorgeous’ Special; Future of ‘Oh, Hello’

John Mulaney Talks New ‘Kid Gorgeous’ Special; Future of ‘Oh, Hello’
After months of touring, John Mulaney is bringing his latest hour of stand-up to one final stop — Netflix.

“Kid Gorgeous at Radio City,” which hits the streaming service May 1, follows one of Mulaney’s seven sold-out shows at the iconic venue and is part of a multi-special deal with Netflix he signed earlier this year. He says the rest of the specials “will be coming out spaced out enough that you won’t get sick of me, but close enough that if you’re a fan [you won’t] worry [that] I’m working on new stuff. I won’t bother anyone too much,
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Our Staff Picks: TV Shows to Watch the Week of April 30, 2018

Welcome back to Tune In: our weekly newsletter offering a guide to the best of the week’s TV.

Each week, Variety’s TV team combs through the week’s schedule, selecting our picks of what to watch and when/how to watch them. This week, “Good Girls” concludes its first season while “Dear White People” debuts its second.

Good Girls,” NBC, Monday, 10 p.m.

The new crime drama will air its first season finale this week. In the episode, the ladies scramble to try to take down Rio. A kidney becomes available for Sara, but Ruby and Stan don
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10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in May

This month, Netflix hauls out some comedy-special big guns: the return of Carol Burnett to TV; a new special by recent SNL host/current it-funnyman John Mulaney; and a variety-hour-style showcase for the double act of Steve Martin and Martin Short (who, in the spirit of celebrity couples a la Brangelina, we're dubbing Steve Martin-Short.) All this, plus a new season of Dear White People and the return of action-movie godhead John Woo! Also: Amazon will debut two new series about young women not to be trifled with; and Hulu
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in May 2018

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in May, including “The Break with Michelle Wolf,” who is fresh from her controversial stint as host of the White House correspondents dinner. There will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including the final episodes of “Scandal.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the Oscar-winning “Coco.”

Of the new Netflix originals, several stand out as particularly binge-worthy, including the fourth season of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and the sophomore edition of the TV version of “Dear White People.” And there are two episodes of the new David Letterman talk show with guests Tina Fey and Howard Stern.

Television (New To Netflix)

May 1

Queens of Comedy: Season 1

Simon: Season 1

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-v: Season 2

May 3

Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Season 1

May 4

A Little
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2018 Emmy Awards Once Again Forget That Women Are Funny, Can Be Hosts of Awards Shows

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NBC just revealed that this year’s Emmys will be hosted by Colin Jost and Michael Che, which elicited a lot of eye-rolling amongst those who had forgotten Lorne Michaels would be producing this year’s ceremony — and that these shows have a tradition of being hosted by talent native to the network.

There is definitely one upside to the news: The last time a person of color hosted the Emmys was 1996, when Oprah Winfrey hosted with Michael J. Fox and Paul Reiser (the ’90s!). That is far too long a gap, and correcting it here with Che is a good move.

But the last time any major awards show — the Oscars, Emmys, or Golden Globes — was hosted by a woman was 2015, when Tina Fey and Amy Poehler dropped the mic at the Globes. And the last time the Emmys was Mc’ed by a woman was 2011, when Jane Lynch
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Here’s Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in May

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If Disney and Pixar’s “Coco” had you singing and dancing along in the theater, you’re in luck. You’ll soon be able to get up and dance to the Oscar-winning song “Remember Me” in your own living room when “Coco” drops on Netflix on May 29.

Several titles coming to the streaming giant next month don’t yet have a date, including “Riverdale” Season 2, “The Flash” Season 4, “Arrow” Season 6, “Dynasty” Season 1 and “Supernatural” Season 1.

Plenty of Netflix Originals are returning in May as well, like “Dear White People” on May 4 and “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman,” also on May 4, with guest Tina Fey.

Also Read: 'Fast and the Furious' Animated TV Series Heads to Netflix

See the complete list below.

Avail. May 1

27: Gone Too Soon

A Life of Its Own: The Truth About Medical Marijuana


Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Season 1

Beautiful Girls


God’s Own Country

Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

High School Musical 3: Senior Year

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous Live at Radio City– Netflix Original

A new stand-up special from John Mulaney.

Mr. Woodcock

My Perfect Romance

Pocoyo & Cars

Pocoyo & The Space Circus

Queens of Comedy: Season 1

Reasonable Doubt

Red Dragon

Scream 2


Simon: Season 1

Sliding Doors

Sometimes– Netflix Film

Seven strangers anxiously waiting for their HIV test results decide to bribe the clinic receptionist to get them early, learning one is positive.

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Carter Effect

The Clapper

The Reaping

The Strange Name Movie

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-v: Season 2

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Avail. May 2


Avail. May 4

A Little Help with Carol Burnett– Netflix Original

In this original unscripted series starring comedy legend Carol Burnett, kids dish out advice to celebrities and everyday people in front of a live audience.

Anon– Netflix Film

In a future where technology has rendered privacy obsolete, a detective investigates a serial assassin who has been deleted from all visual records.

Busted!: Season 1– Netflix Original

A hilarious panel of Korean entertainment icons team up with some of the biggest names in K-Drama in this madcap whodunit variety show. More “Keystone Cops” than “Sherlock Holmes,” each episode sees our cast of bumbling detectives solve a different mystery based on vignettes presented by famous Korean actors and comedians. An overarching plot unfolds throughout the series, and the tension mounts as the panel edges closer to the awful truth.

Dear White People: Volume 2– Netflix Original

Romantic dilemmas, a social media troll and big changes at Armstrong-Parker House push Sam, Lionel and friends to the breaking point.

End Game– Netflix Original

Directed by Academy Award winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, End Game is an intimate vérité style documentary short that follows visionary medical practitioners who are working on the cutting edge of life and death — and dedicated to changing our thinking about both.

Forgive Us Our Debts– Netflix Film

Threatened by creditors, a newly unemployed man agrees to work for a debt collector, but soon discovers his deal with the devil has unexpected costs.

Kong: King of the Apes: Season 2– Netflix Original

Lukas and friends explore a lost world full of prehistoric beasts, uncover clues to Kong’s past and race to stop a robot uprising led by Botila.

Lo más sencillo es complicarlo todo

Manhunt– Netflix Film

A Chinese pharmaceutical lawyer framed for a vile crime teams up with a sharp-witted Japanese detective to stop a dangerous corporate plot.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Tina Fey– Netflix Original

Tina Fey opens up about her family, the changing culture at “SNL” and the one moment she wishes she could take back. Plus, blues icon Buddy Guy.

No Estoy Loca

The Rain: Season 1– Netflix Original

After a brutal virus wipes out most of the population, two young siblings embark on a perilous search for safety. A Scandinavian thriller series.

Avail. May 5

Faces Places

Avail. May 6

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (Streaming every Sunday – Season 1 Finale on May 13)– Netflix Original

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Avail. May 8


Hari Kondabolu: Warn Your Relatives– Netflix Original

Hari Kondabolu breaks down identity politics, celebrity encounters, his mango obsession and more in a stand-up set full of unexpected twists.

Avail. May 9

Dirty Girl

Avail. May 11

Bill Nye Saves the World: Season 3– Netflix Original

Bill and his guests explore the future of food, the science of addiction and more in a new set of episodes of the Emmy-nominated series.

Evil Genius: the True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist– Netflix Original

This docuseries investigates the true story of a pizza delivery man who robbed a bank, then was killed by a bomb fastened around his neck.

Spirit Riding Free: Season 5– Netflix Original

Inspired by the Oscar® nominated film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Spirit Riding Free follows the heartfelt journey of a wild mustang who could not be tamed. A whole new generation will experience all the daring adventures when Spirit meets a girl named Lucky whose courage matches his own. Together they push limits, harness the power of friendship and discover what it means to be free. With their best friends by their side, they explore a world filled with endless rides, magnificent horses and never-ending fun.

The Kissing Booth– Netflix Film

When teenager Elle’s first kiss leads to a forbidden romance with the hottest boy in high school, she risks her relationship with her best friend.

The Who Was? Show: Season 1– Netflix Original

A live-action sketch comedy show for kids starring the greatest names in history. Based on the best-selling book series.

Avail. May 13

Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife– Netflix Original

Pregnant again, Ali Wong returns in her second original stand-up comedy special and gets real on why having kids is not all it’s cracked up to be.

Avail. May 14

The Phantom of the Opera

Avail. May 15

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Season 4

Grand Designs: Seasons 13 – 14

Only God Forgives

The Game 365: Seasons 15 – 16

Avail. May 16


Mamma Mia!

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

The Kingdom


Avail. May 18

Cargo– Netflix Film

Stranded in rural Australia in the aftermath of a violent pandemic, an infected father desperately seeks a new home for his infant child, and a means to protect her from his own changing nature.

Catching Feelings– Netflix Film

A Johannesburg professor and his journalist wife find their relationship tested in new ways when a famous, hard-partying writer enters their lives.

Inspector Gadget: Season 4– Netflix Original

Dr. Claw attempts anger management, Talon poses as a panda and Inspector Gadget goes … to jail? It’s a Mad, Mad world with plenty of surprises.

Avail. May 19

Bridge to Terabithia

Disney’s Scandal: Season 7

Small Town Crime

Avail. May 20

Some Kind of Beautiful

Avail. May 21

Señora Acero: Season 4

Avail. May 22

Mob Psycho 100: Season 1– Netflix Original

There’s an organization gathering espers for a nefarious purpose. Powerful psychic Mob, however, is just trying to be the protagonist of his own life.

Shooter: Season 2

Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 2– Netflix Original

As Shion and Tsubasa grow closer day by day, Ami and Takayuki’s relationship grows complicated, and new housemates join the group.

Tig Notaro Happy To Be Here– Netflix Original

Comedian Tig Notaro unleashes her inner prankster in a playful stand-up special packed with funny anecdotes, parenting confessions and more.

Avail. May 23

Explained– Netflix Original

This series spotlights topical and timely issues that impact our lives — from the gender wage gap to geopolitical politics.

Avail. May 24

Fauda: Season 2– Netflix Original

Doron teams up with his old undercover unit when a militant who has targeted him for revenge also launches a more ambitious covert plan.

Survivors Guide to Prison

Avail. May 25

Ibiza– Netflix Film

When Harper’s two best friends tag along on her work trip to Barcelona, they ditch work and fly to Ibiza for Harper, who against her better judgement, falls for a hot DJ.

Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life– Netflix Original

The Toys That Made Us: Season 2– Netflix Original

The new season features Star Trek, Transformers, Lego and Hello Kitty.

Trollhunters: Part 3– Netflix Original

The fate of both trolls and humans hangs in the balance as the final chapter begins. Will Gunmar succeed in shrouding the world in darkness?

Avail. May 26

Sara’s Notebook– Netflix Film

A woman embarks on a harrowing search for her missing sister that brings her into the depths of the treacherous, war-torn Congolese jungle.

Avail. May 27

The Break with Michelle Wolf– Netflix Original

Michelle Wolf pokes fun at everything and everyone on her weekly show. Wolf has worked on “The Daily Show” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

Avail. May 29

Disney·Pixar Coco

Avail. May 30

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 4– Netflix Original

Kimmy gets a job at a tech startup, Titus pretends to have a TV show to impress Mikey, and Jacqueline starts a talent agency.

Avail. May 31

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Howard Stern– Netflix Original

The groundbreaking radio personality takes the stage in the latest installment of Letterman’s in-depth, wide-ranging interview series.

Leaving May 1

Bridget Jones’s Diary



Charlotte’s Web

Field of Dreams


Ocean’s Eleven


Silent Hill

The Exorcism of Emily Rose

The Hurt Locker

To Rome With Love

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

Leaving 5/2/18

12 Dates of Christmas

Beauty & the Briefcase

Cadet Kelly

Camp Rock

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam

Cow Belles


Disney’s The Cheetah Girls

Disney’s The Cheetah Girls 2

Disney’s The Cheetah Girls: One World


Geek Charming

Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas

Hello Sister, Goodbye Life

High School Musical

High School Musical 2

Jump In!

Lemonade Mouth

Little Einsteins: Seasons 1 – 2

My Fake Fiancé

Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension

Phineas and Ferb: Seasons 1 – 4

Princess Protection Program

Princess: A Modern Fairytale

Read It and Weep

Revenge of the Bridesmaids

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure

Special Agent Oso: Seasons 1 – 2


Teen Spirit

The Secret Life of the American Teenager: Seasons 1 – 5

Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior

Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie

Leaving May 7

The Host

Leaving May 12

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Leaving May 30

Disney’s The Jungle Book

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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in May 2018: ‘Coco’, ‘Trollhunters: Part 3’ & More!

It's another month full of comings and goings at Netflix! There's the latest crop of The CW shows, of course, like Arrow, Riverdale and The Flash, along with Netflix original TV series like Trollhunters, Dear White People: Volume 2, and Bill Nye Saves the World. There are also debuts for original series and specials starring such famed and acclaimed celebrities as Carol Burnett, John Mulaney, David Letterman, Ali Wong, Joel McHale, Tig Notaro, and Steve Martin and Martin Short. On the movie side of things, classics like Amelie, Red Dragon, Shrek, Scream 2, Mamma Mia!, and the new, …
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Scarlett Johansson Can't Unsee This Photo of Boyfriend Colin Jost

Scarlett Johansson Can't Unsee This Photo of Boyfriend Colin Jost
Did Ellen DeGeneres just break up Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost with a single photo? Well, ok, no, but a split wasn't entirely off the table when the Avengers star laid eyes on a throwback photo of her SNL beau with fellow comedian John Mulaney. One word: beard. "I thought that was a disguise, but that's really what he looked like...had you seen that?" DeGeneres asked the star. "I mean—I can't unsee it now," she quipped back. "Have I just broken y'all up?" the host continued. "I can't say that that's an image that I'll ever forget," Johansson...
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