Netflix: what movies and series to watch this week (May 21-27)? – News Series on TV

Thanks to AlloCiné, discover the films and series that will be released on Netflix between May 21 and May 27.


Army of the Dead : After a zombie attack in Las Vegas, mercenaries take the gamble of venturing into the quarantine zone to attempt the most spectacular heist of all time. Zack Snyder’s new movie.

The Neighbor (season 2): While Javi believes he has mastered his superhero powers and has it all figured out, an unexpected adversary and alien visitors create difficulties for him.


Mutafukaz (catalog): The voices of Orelsan and Gringe can be heard in this animated film served by Ankama Studios.


Il Divin Codino – The Art of the Goal by Roberto Baggio: A chronicle of the 22-year career of football star Roberto Baggio, from his difficult beginnings on the pitch to deep disagreements with some of his coaches.

AlRawabi School for Girls: In a high school for girls, victims of harassment join forces to take revenge on their persecutors. A series created by Tima Shomali.

Nail Bomber – The terrorist who made London tremble: This documentary looks back at the 1999 bombings targeting minorities in London, and the frenzied hunt for the perpetrator, a far-right terrorist.

The Lion’s Share how African American cuisine has changed the United States: Between okra rice and macaroni and cheese, Stephen Satterfield explores the influence of African-American cuisine on the culinary scene in the United States.


Blue Miracle: To save their ailing orphanage, a man and his charges team up with a gruff boat captain to participate in a temptingly priced fishing tournament.

Black Space: A crooked policeman with unorthodox methods investigates the massacre by assassins wearing unicorn masks at an Israeli high school.

Ragnarök (season 2): Mythical chaos and environmental disaster looms as Magne needs help against colossal enemies and also comes up against his unmanageable brother.

Eden: In this series created by Justin Leach (“Ghost in the Shell 2”) and directed by Yasuhiro Irie (“Fullmetal Alchemist”), robots raise the last human child.

The Red Turtle (catalog): This must-see animated film was awarded the Special Un Certain Regard Prize at the 69th Cannes Film Festival.

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