May 7: Jupiter’s Legacy
A serial adaptation of the comics by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, Jupiter’s Legacy tells the story of the generational conflict between legendary superheroes, who have protected humanity for a century, and their offspring also endowed with powers but reluctant to wear such a heavy responsibility.
When enemies of the past and dark secrets resurface, the unstable balance will shatter. The cast includes Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, Leslie Bibb, Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, Mike Wade and Matt Lanter.
May 23: Master of None season 3
Four years after its second season, Master of None, the drama of Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, returns with five new episodes, which will center on Denise (Lena Waithe) and his wife Alicia (Naomi Ackie).
Filmed in London during the pandemic, this third season, entitled “Moments of love”, will focus on the vagaries of marriage, the question of fertility and personal or couple fulfillment.
May 28: Lucifer season 5 part 2
The Lord of the Underworld is finally back. In this second part of the penultimate season of Lucifer, the fiery character played by Tom Ellis will have to face God but also his twin brother Michael. This second part promises to be also moving as Morningstar and Chloe (Lauren German) finally got closer.
May 14: Halston
New miniseries from Ryan Murphy, Halston traces the life of legendary fashion designer Roy Halston Frowick. It is Ewan McGregor who embodies this icon at the head of a world empire in New York of the 1970s and 1980s where sex, alcohol, drugs and celebrity reign supreme. But a hostile takeover will force Halston to fight to retain control of his precious name.
May 14: Love, Death + Robots season 2
The animated short anthology Love, Death + Robots capped by David Fincher and Tim Miller returns for a second season that promises to be just as impressive as the first. Hailed by audiences and critics, Love Death + Robots welcomes South Korean Jennifer Yuh Nelson for the production and direction of this new season of new short sci-fi stories with various animation styles.
May 19: Who killed Sara? season 2
Surprise success on the platform, Who Killed Sara? Returns for a second season to answer any questions left unanswered at the end of the first episode salute. The Mexican thriller, which hit Netflix, will reveal the true face of Sara, who could be more than a victim.
PROGRAM OF THE MONTH
ALL OTHER RELEASES OF THE MONTH
May 1: Attack on Titan season 3 part 2
May 2: Colony season 3
May 4: Selena: The Series Part 2
May 5: Sons of Sam: Endless Horror
May 9: Vincenzo
May 12: The Upshaw Family season 1
May 13: Castlevania season finale
May 14: Move to Heaven season 1
May 14: The unreal: Incredible Testimonies season 3
May 20: Special season 2
May 21: Jurassic World: La Colo du Crétacé season 3
May 27: Ragnarök season 2
May 27: Eden season 1
May 28: The Kominsky Method season 3