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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Aug. 23, 2021

Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan star in Netflix's "He's All That".
Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan star in Netflix’s He’s All That. Netflix

This week is huge for Netflix fans. Not only is a highly anticipated remake hitting streaming, but you can also catch new documentaries and family shows.

Leading the pack to Netflix this week is He’s All That, a remake of the popular ’90s teen rom-com She’s All That. This version features a female influencer who transforms a nerdy boy for a gender flip.

Then, there’s The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, an animated spin-off that follows Geralt’s mentor from the streaming service’s ultra-popular The Witcher series.

Ready to find out what else is on the way? Here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of Aug. 23, 2021:

  • Aug. 23
    • The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf : Witcher Vesemir faces a dangerous new power on the continent.
  • Aug. 24
    • Oggy Oggy: Follow curious kitten Oggy in this preschool-appropriate animated series.
    • Untold: Caitlyn Jenner: This documentary follows the story of Olympian Caitlyn Jenner.

  • Aug. 25
    • Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed: This documentary explores the darker side of Bob Ross’s life and the fight for his art empire.
    • Clickbait: A man is abducted in a crime with a viral twist.
    • John of God: The Crimes of a Spiritual Healer: Medium João Teixeira de Faria is exposed to abuse in this documentary.
    • Motel Makeover: Two designer friends take on updating a decrepit motel.
    • The November Man: An ex-CIA agent is brought out of retirement to protect a witness.
    • The Old Ways: A journalist is kidnapped and accused of being the devil while investigating sorcery.

  • Aug. 25 (Continued)
    • Open Your Eyes: A teen with amnesia attempts to regain her memories at a facility.
    • Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes: A reincarnated woman considers sacrificing people to keep her parents’ funeral home afloat and satisfy her appetite.
    • Rainbow High, Part 2: The series inspired by the dolls of the same name is back for more adventures and lessons.
    • Really Love: An artist starts a romance while attempting to break into the art world.
    • The River Runner: This documentary follows Scott Lindgreen as he attempts to kayak the four majors rivers of the world.
    • Tayo the Little Bus, Season 4: Blue bus Tayo is back for more adventures.
    • The Water Man: An 11-year-old runs away from home to find a mysterious Water Man who can save his sick mom.
  • Aug. 26
    • Eden’s Zero: A boy who can control gravity sets out on a journey to meet a space goddess.
    • Family Reunion, Part 4: A family continues to adjust to life after moving from Seattle to Georgia.

  • Aug. 27
    • D.P.: A private is charged with tracking down deserters.
    • He’s All That: The anticipated gender-flipped remake of She’s All That hits streaming.
    • I Heart Arlo: The animated series about Arlo the alligator returns.
    • Titletown High: A Georgia town’s football team is profiled in this reality series.

  • Aug. 28
    • Bread Barbershop: A piece of bread is a master cake-maker in this animated series.
    • Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha: A dentist moves to a seaside town where she meets and falls for a handyman.
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