Netflix New Series Of This week: ‘White Lines’, ‘The Love Birds’ And The ‘Kimmy Schmidt’ Interactive Special

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One of the best-animated shows ever, a new interactive special, and another show by the creators of Money Heist dominates Netflix’s arrival list

Beginners of the streaming platform this week, the brains behind Money Heist, Álex Pina, join Producers of The Crown, bringing White Lines that promise murder, sex, drugs, and crazy moments.

White Lines

Another highlight is Michael Showalter’s romantic suspense comedy, The Lovebirds, starring Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae as a couple who are unwittingly involved in the mystery of the murder.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt reunion with interactive Kimmy vs Special Pastor sees the entire cast and allows viewers to control the results of the show. This is similar to Black Mirror’s Banders Snatch. Finally, the legendary animated show “Avatar: The Last Air Bender” appears on the platform almost 12 years after the last original episode, but is worshiped as a master class in the history of animation.

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April showers bring May flowers and new additions to Netflix. Streaming Services has announced a series of titles that will be added next month.

The original movies include All Day and Night, Get In, The Half of It, Mrs. These include Serial Killer, The Wrong Missy, The Hunch, I Love You, and Stupid. Lovebird will also be added to the streamer after Paramount pulls the comedies Issaray and Khmer Nanjiani from theatrical release during the coronavirus epidemic.

Kimmy Schmidt

Netflix’s new original series includes Space Force, Hollywood, Almost Happy, Into the Night, The Eddy, Inhuman Resources, White Lines, Big Flower Fight, Control Z, and Sweet Magnolias.

Meanwhile, the second season of Dead to Me, The Hollow, Restaurant on the Edge, Rust Valley Restorers, Selling Sunset, Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series. Bordertown and the third season of magic for humans. And Workin ‘Mom’s fourth season will premiere in May.

Comedy specials added throughout the month include Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill, Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything, and Hannah Gadsby: Douglas. A documentary of the Ben Pratt Life from Radio City Hall concert will also be displayed on May 20th.

On May 6, a documentary about Mrs. Michelle Obama will be broadcast.

Also, a new interactive special Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. Rev. will premiere on May 12.


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