TV Shows & Movies to Watch on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, this Week (May 10-16)

List of New TV Shows and Films to Watch This Week (May 10-16)

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May 10

Jeopardy! (New Collections) – More seasons of the ABC game show with episodes from the 2015-2016 season joining Netflix.

May 11

Money, Explained (Season 1) N – Vox’s documentary teams for another special spin-off series looking into all things money.

Use For My Talent (Season 1) – K-Drama about a germophobic cleaning company owner striking up a new relationship.

May 12

Dance of the Forty One (2021) N – Arthouse LGBTQ movie about a gay congressman who marries the Mexican president’s daughter

Oxygen (2021) N – French sci-fi thriller where a woman is awakened and has to think fast to survive.

May 13

Castlevania (Season 4) N – The final (?) season of the anime series based on the video game franchise.

Cinema Bandi (2021) – Indian comedy from director Praveen Kandregula about a struggling driver who turns to become a film director.

Layer Cake (2004) – Daniel Craig headlines this action drama directed by Matthew Vaughn.

Wave of Cinema: Filosofi Kopi – Indonesian music documentary.

May 14

Alma Matters (Season 1) – Testimonies from those who are in or trying to get into India’s elite academic institutes.

Ferry (2021) N – The spin-off follow-up movie to the Dutch series Undercover which ran for 2 seasons.

Halston (Limited Series) N – Fashion biopic series from Ryan Murphy on Roy Halston Frowick starring Ewan McGregor.

Haunted (Season 3) N – More creepy real-world accounts of supernatural happenings.

I Am All Girls (2021) N – A detective finds common ground with a killer in this dark thriller.

Jungle Beat: The Movie (2021) N – South African kids animation feature.

Love, Death & Robots (Volume 2) N – 8 more weird and absolutely wonderful animated shorts.

Move to Heaven (Season 1) N – South Korean drama about trauma cleaners.

The Mystic River (Season 1) – Horror fantasy series from Nigeria about a pregnant woman vanishing from a remote village.

The Strange House / Das Schaurige Haus (2021) N – German family horror about a family moving to a remote town.

The Upshaws – The Afterparty (2021) N – The cast of the new sitcom (arriving on May 12th) sit down with the hosts of The Netflix Afterparty.

The Woman in the Window (2021) N – Originally set to release in 2019, the Amy Adams thriller finally gets a release on Netflix.

May 15

Kuroko’s Basketball (Season 2) – Second season of the anime series following the Seirin High basketball team.

May 16

Sleight (2016) – J.D. Dillard writes and directs this sci-fi drama about a young street magician who turns to illegal activities to keep a roof over his and his family’s head.


May 10

Wander Darkly (2020)

May 13

Saint Maud (2020)

Some Kind of Heaven (2020)

May 14

MLK/FBI (2021)

May 15

A Perfect Ending (2012)

Cowboys (2020)

Good Kisser (2019)

Mosquita Y Mari (2012)

Reaching for the Moon (2013)

The Mountain Between Us (2017)

Tru Love (2013)

Disney +

May 14

Disney Special Agent Oso (seasons 1-2)

Disney Special Agent Oso: Three Healthy Steps (season 1)

X-Men: The Last Stand

Life Below Zero (season 15)

Race to the Center of the Earth (season 1)

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series – Episode 201

Big Shot – Episode 105

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers – Episode 108

Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Episode 103


May 10

Jujutsu Kaisen – Season 1, (Subtitled, Episodes 13-24) (Crunchyroll Collection)

Race for the White House, Season 2

The Crime of the Century, Two Part Documentary Premiere (HBO)

May 13

Hacks, Max Original Series Premiere

Wonder Woman 1984, 2020 (HBO)

May 14

Those Who Wish Me Dead, Warner Bros. Film Premiere, 2021 (Available on HBO Max for 31 days from its respective theatrical release in the U.S. included at no additional cost to subscribers.)

May 15

The Nevers, Part 1 Finale (HBO)

The Personal History Of David Copperfield, 2020 (HBO)

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"Money, Explained" Season 1 - Netflix

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Money, Explained is an American documentary series that was released on Netflix on May 11, 2021. This series explores money and its many minefields from credit cards to casinos, and scammers to student loans.

This show is made in collaboration between Netflix and Vox Media. The latter is popularly known for making the Explained series which first premiered in 2018. It released two seasons and in each episode, they explained one topic. Four spin-off series titled The Mind, Explained, Sex, Explained, Coronavirus, Explained and, Whose Vote Counts, Explained were released as well.

"Dance of The Fourty One" (2021) - Netflix

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Dance of the Forty One (Spanish: El baile de los 41) is a Mexican political romantic drama film directed by David Pablos from a screenplay by Monika Revilla. It is based real life drama about the early 20th century scandal that rocked Mexican high society.

The movie had its world premiere at the 2020 Morelia Film Festival where it closed the hybrid edition on November 1. Exhibition giant Cinepolis released it across the country for about three months but with the pandemic in full swing, few people were going to cinemas.

"Castlevania" Season 4 - Netflix

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Castlevania is a horror action-adventure animated series set in a dark fantasy Medieval world loosely based on the video game series of the same name, released on Netflix worldwide. Its story is originally based on the events from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse and unites some of its aspects with elements from other games, such as Symphony of the Night and Curse of Darkness. It features Trevor Belmont as the main protagonist, on a quest to stop the evil vampire Vlad Dracula Tepes, who seeks to destroy humanity following the execution of his wife Lisa.

The creators have clarified that the settings present in the animated series are separate from the games, which implies that lore, characterizations and plots don't necessarily parallel or copy them and things can develop differently. It is the first series from Frederator Studios to not be made for kids, as it is rated TV-MA.

The first season consists of four episodes of 23-25 minutes each, which all premiered on July 7, 2017.

After being delayed from a July 2018 release, a second season was ultimately confirmed by Adi Shankar and released on October 26, 2018.

A third season was confirmed on June 7, 2018 and was released on March 5, 2020.

A fourth and final season was confirmed on March 27, 2020 by Warren Ellis and on Netflix's official Twitter accounts. It will be premiered on May 13, 2021.

Special Agent Oso (seasons 1-2) - Disney +

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Special Agent Oso is a Disney Channel series created by Ford Riley. Special Agent Oso debuted on April 4, 2009 with a six episode block, and the companion 15-episode series "Three Healthy Steps" first aired from February 14 to February 27, 2011. The program was originally part of the Playhouse Disney block intended for preschoolers. The series aired from April 4, 2009 until February 13, 2011 when it was moved to the Disney Junior block that served as Playhouse Disney's replacement and aired from February 14, 2011 until January 4th 2019 as the last episode airing as " The Living Holiday Lights".

The Crime of the Century, Two Part Documentary Premiere - HBO Max

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The Crime of the Century is the latest searing documentary project from Oscar- and Emmy-winning director Alex Gibney. Gibney is best-known for his work exposing corruption. He directed Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, and the juicy Elizabeth Holmes doc The Inventor: Out For Blood in Silicon Valley. In each of those projects, Gibney chipped away at the psychology (and paper trails) that hide wrong-doing in plain sight. And in each of those projects, Gibney had clear cut villains to hang blame on. The underlying horror in The Crime of the Century is that opioid epidemic doesn’t have just one villain. It has countless villains, many of whom are ironically victims of opioid addiction themselves.

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