There are six new TV shows and movies to keep you busy this weekend on Netflix.
Whether you’re interested in the latest celebrity documentary or want to get caught up in a gripping thriller – we’ve got you covered.
Follow the To All the Boys I’ve Loved film series, with the latest spin-off, or follow Conor McGregor as he rises to stardom in his documentaries.
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Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me – May 16
An unflinching and humanizing examination of the life, death and secrets of Vickie Lynn Hogan, better known as model and actress Anna Nicole Smith, with videos of the iconic Playboy and Guess denim model, who blazed a trail in the 90s before from her. tragic death at the age of 39.
McGregor Forever – May 17
Conor McGregor’s brutal strikes and trash talk have made him the UFC’s biggest draw. This fascinating documentary follows his dynamic career.
XO, Kitty – May 18
A spin-off of the To All the Boys film series – Kitty Covey, who thinks she’s super knowledgeable about love, moves halfway around the world to Korea, aiming to reconnect with her long-distance boyfriend. He finds, however, that a relationship is much more complicated when your own feelings of love are at stake.
Sunset Sale (Season 6) – May 19
New agents mean new drama. The Oppenheim Group’s realtors return with stylish penthouse listings, personality clashes and pregnancies — and throw enough shade to cover every bell in Los Angeles.
Missing – May 20
When her mother disappears while vacationing in Colombia with her new boyfriend, June’s search for answers is stymied by international red tape. Stranded thousands of miles away in Los Angeles, June creatively uses all the latest technology at her disposal to try and find her before it’s too late. However, as she digs deeper and deeper, her digital capture soon raises more questions than answers.
The Son – May 20
Peter’s troubled life is further turned upside down when his ex-wife tells him that their teenage son, Nicholas, is deeply troubled. He soon tries to take care of Nicholas the same way he wishes his father had taken care of him.
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