BoJack, the animated humanoid horse at the heart of this clever existential comedy, is back for a third season. A former 90s sitcom star, BoJack has been staging a Hollywood comeback and at the start of season three he’s on the cusp of a new superstardom. There’s even talk of an Oscar nomination. But will getting what he thinks he wants actually make BoJack happy?
Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Peter Dinklage, Patrick Stewart and more star in this Marvel movie, which sends Wolverine into the past to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants…
Stranger Things is a brand new Netflix original series set in 1983 Indiana. When a young boy vanishes into thin air, his friends, family and local police are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one very strange little girl. Stars Winona Ryder.
This teenage tearjerker will have you reaching for the tissues. Shailene Woodley plays Hazel, a 16-year-old living with terminal cancer, who meets a 17-year-old boy called Augustus at a local cancer support group.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars as Belle, the illegitimate, mixed-race daughter of a British admiral, who is raised as a free gentlewoman by her aunt and uncle at Kenwood House, an estate in Hampstead outside London.
To celebrate Netflix’s upcoming Gilmore Girls revival, the steaming service is playing host to all seven seasons of the beloved drama. From the day Rory first gets into Chilton to the season seven finale. It’s time to catch up on all things Stars Hollow before four brand new episodes become available later this year. Enjoy!
Marco Polo’s epic adventure and extraordinary relationship with Kublai Khan continues in the second season of this Netflix Original. Loyalties will be tested and power will come at a price as unrest grows in South China.
Find out what’s been going on at Pretty Lake, the town under siege from a mysterious disease which has killed everybody over the age of 21. The drama, starring Jennette McCurdy as Wiley Day, returns for a second run this month.
Bel Powley is 15-year-old aspiring cartoonist Minnie living in 1970s San Francisco, who embarks on an enthusiastic sexual journey. The coming-of-age movie also stars Kristen Wiig and Alexander Skarsgård.
Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts and Selina Gomez star in this Netflix Original movie. The flick follows a writer (Rudd) who becomes a disabled teen’s caregiver after a personal tragedy. The duo then embark on a life-changing road trip to see America’s “lamest roadside attractions.”
Those Pretty Little Liars are preparing for their final curtain call. And that means some long-awaited answers for the show’s patient fans. First though, the girls have 24-hours to find Hanna, who disappeared at the end of season six. Tick-tock…
Welcome back to Litchfield Penitentiary. Piper, Alex, Red and co are back for a fourth season of the Netflix Original drama. Expect extreme violence, power struggles and scenes some viewers might find upsetting.
Pass the tissues… This Oscar-winning tearjerker tells the real-life story of the ill-fated RMS Titanic – as well as the now iconic love affair between young aristocrat Rose (Kate Winslet) and happy-go-lucky artist Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio.)
Forget soppy rom-coms, this documentary is the real deal. Filmmaker Geeta Patel follows her brother Ravi, an almost-30-year-old Indian-American, as he embarks on a quest to find a wife and make his family happy.
Netflix’s foodie documentary returns for a second series. Each episode showcases an inspirational chef from around the globe, with Alex Atala, Ana Ros, Dominique Crenn, Enrique Olvera, Gagan Anand and Grant Achatz set to appear.
The life of a bank manager is turned upside down when a friend from his past manipulates him into faking his own death. The comedy flick, starring David Spade, is the second of a four-film deal between Adam Sandler and Netflix.
Maria Bamford stars in this comedy mockumentary as a fictionalised version of herself. It’s a strange and surreal series, from Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz and South Park’s Pam Brady, telling the story of a woman “who loses – and then finds – her s**t.”
Introducing Netflix’s first talk show. In new episodes released three times a week, Chelsea Handler will be interviewing pugs, talking politics and pretending to be Oprah. “You can say anything, it’s Netflix,” says Chelsea in her series trailer. And really that’s all you need to know.
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return for the second season of this warm, funny and light-hearted comedy. They play Grace and (you guessed it) Frankie, two women whose husbands have left them… for each other. With their exes now married and their families closer than ever, the two unlikely friends continue to try and make sense of the way their lives have turned out.
Introducing Netflix’s first French original production Marseille. Starring Gerard Depardieu as the long-standing mayor of Marseille, this tense political thriller sees him face a bitter election against his young, ambitious former protege. It’s House of Cards meets the sun-soaked Mediterranean coast, with subtitles.
Carey Mulligan stars in this award-winning coming of age drama. Based on Lynn Barber’s novel and adapted for the big screen by Nick Hornby, 60s-set An Education follows Jenny Mellor, a 16-year-old preparing to attend the University of Oxford when a charming older man changes the course of her future.