Running out of things to watch on Netflix?
Well don’t worry, because the popular streaming giant are adding a host of new films and TV shows this week to keep you entertained!
Take a look at our top picks:
On The Verge
Four women — a chef, a single mom, an heiress and a job seeker — dig into love and work, with a generous side of midlife crises, in pre-pandemic Los Angeles.
This comedy television series joins the streaming giant on Tuesday, September 7.
Untold: Breaking Point
Netflix’s Untold docuseries returns with a new episode this week, telling the story of American tennis player Mardy Fish.
The athlete tried to push through the mental strain at the 2012 US Open quarterfinals, but bowed out and was later diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.
He opened up about his struggles publicly to help athletes deal with mental health issues.
Untold: Breaking Point comes to Netflix on Tuesday, September 7.
The Circle USA (Season 3)
A brand new season of The Circle USA is joining Netflix this week.
The reality series, based on the popular Channel 4 show, bills itself as a game based around social media, with the concept that “anyone can be anyone in The Circle”.
Contestants lived in the same building, but were never allowed to meet, and communicated solely using their profiles on a specially-designed app – giving them the ability to portray themselves in any way they choose.
The aim of the game was to be crowned the most popular without ever meeting the other people involved – and there’s a massive $100k cash prize up for grabs.
The season premiere drops on Netflix on Wednesday, September 8.
Lucifer (Season 6)
The popular follows Lucifer, the original fallen angel, who has become dissatisfied with his life in hell.
The highly anticipated sixth and final season of Lucifer comes to Netflix on Friday, September 10.