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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of May 10, 2021

Amy Adams looking out a window in a scene from "The Woman in the Window."
Amy Adams stars in The Woman in the Window. Netflix

Welcome to your weekly Netflix drop. This go-round, the streaming service has a plethora of new original content, spanning everything from documentaries and thrillers to anime. While there might not be as many debuts as last week, there are still plenty of exciting new things to watch.

Here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of May 10, 2021:

  • May 11:
    • Money, Explained: This documentary looks at the way money and debt impact Americans’ lives.

  • May 12:
    • Dance of the Forty One: A gay congressman is outed after he marries the daughter of the Mexican president.
    • Oxygen: A woman wakes up in a cryogenic chamber and must escape.
    • The Upshaws: Wanda Sykes stars in this comedy about a family trying to make it work in Indiana.

  • May 13:
    • Castlevania: Season 4: The popular Netflix original anime returns.
    • Layer Cake: A former cocaine dealer attempts to get out of the business but is pulled into one last job.
  • May 14:
    • Ferry: A man returns to his hometown before starting a drug empire.
    • Halston: Ewan McGregor stars as the legendary fashion designer in this biopic.
    • Haunted: Season 3: Another season of first-person paranormal encounters.
    • I Am All Girls: A detective sympathizes with a killer who is targeting child traffickers.
    • Jungle Beat: The Movie: Zoo animals wake up one day and find they can talk thanks to an alien in this animated film.
    • Love, Death, & Robots: Season 2: More of Tim Miller’s short stories.
    • Move to Heaven: A young man with Aspergers works with his uncle cleaning out the possessions of deceased people.
    • The Strange House: Two brothers and their friends attempt to solve the mystery of the haunted home in which they’re living.
    • The Woman in the Window: Amy Adams stars in this thriller about an agoraphobe who sees something she shouldn’t.

  • May 16:
    • Sleight: A boy who works as a street magician turns to selling drugs to support his sister.
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