Here’s What’s Coming to (and Leaving) Netflix in May

Here’s What’s Coming to (and Leaving) Netflix in May
Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

April was a great month for TV and movies — and not just because Game of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley finally came back into our lives. Netflix's beloved comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returned for season two, and Disney's CGI reboot of The Jungle Book was a critical success

But there's reason to look ahead, too. In May, Netflix subscribers will be treated to a new season of the Emmy-nominated family drama Bloodline, as well as the late night debut of the titular Chelsea, with Chelsea Handler. 

Below, you can check out the full lineup of what's coming to Netflix for May, and a last-chance notice on some of the titles we're losing.

Read more: Netflix Prices Are Going up Starting May 1st

Coming to Netflix in May: 

May 1: 

A Study in Sherlock

Admiral

Ava's Possessions

Bring It On

Bring It On: All or Nothing

Easy Living, Seasons 1-3

El Crítico

FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue

Finger of God

Gary Gulman: It's About Time

Great Expectations

I Am Road Comic

Jesus Town, USA

Just Friends

Kevin Hart Presents Keith Robinson: Back of The Bus Funny

Kevin Hart Presents Lil Rel: RELevent

Kevin Hart Presents: Plastic Cup Boyz

LoliRock, Season 1

My Last Day Without You

The Nutty Professor

Off the Map

Palm Trees in the Snow

Pleasantville

Shark Lake

She's Beautiful When She's Angry

Sixteen Candles

Sugar Coated

Terra

Things We Lost in the Fire

To Catch a Thief

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream

Who's Driving Doug

May 2:

The Replacements

May 3:

Submerged

May 4: 

The Keeping Room

Shanghai Knights

May 5:

Fourth Man Out

Marseille, Season 1 (Netflix Original)

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May 6: 

Ali Wong: Baby Cobra (Netflix Original)

Baby Daddy, Season 5

Grace and Frankie, Season 2 (Netflix Original) 

Young & Hungry, Season 3

May 8: 

The Chosen Ones

May 9:

A Stand Up Guy 

May 10: 

Eisenstein in Guanajuato

May 11:

Chelsea (Netflix Original) 

Goosebumps 

They Look Like People

May 12: 

Bleeding Heart

May 15: 

We Are Still Here

Yo soy la Salsa

May 17:

American Dad!, Season 2 

Kindergarten Cop 2

Slasher, Season 1

May 18: 

A Girl Like Her 

May 19: 

Benders, Season 1 

May 20: 

Lady Dynamite, Season 1 (Netflix Original)

May 22:

David and Goliath

The Letters

The Ouija Experiment 2: Theatre of Death

May 23: 

Electricity

May 26: 

Graceland, Season 3

The Last Man on the Moon

May 27:

Chef's Table, Season 2, Part 1 (Netflix Original) 

The Do-Over (Netflix Original)

Mako Mermaids, Season 4 (Netflix Original)

Bloodline, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Source: YouTube

May 28: 

Hell on Wheels, Season 5 


The biggest movies leaving Netflix in May: 

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure 

Anna Karenina 

Blade Runner

The Ladykillers

Black Hawk Down

Election

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Miles Surrey

Miles is a staff writer at Mic, covering culture. He is based in New York and can be reached at miles@mic.com.

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