Movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this May 2021

TL;DR: Here are the Netflix movies and TV shows for the month of May.

Here are the movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this month of May. Time sure flies fast as we enter the second month of Q2 2021.

As many of us are still stuck at home, you may want to check out this list of films that is coming to the streaming service. Pick out which one you want and mark your calendars.

Personally, I’m excited for part two of season five of Lucifer and Castlevania. It was a long time coming, and it’s finally showing.

Other films that show promise (to me at least) are the Army of the Dead and Jupiter’s Legacy. It’s hard to stay away from zombies, Batista, and superheroes.

Netflix shows for May 2021
Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy
  • LEGO Ninjago: Season 3 (Series) – May 1
    The Ninja jump back into action when the Overlord plots to escape the Digiverse and unleash destruction with the help of an evil army known as Nindroids.
  • Gymnastics Samurai: Season 1 (Anime) – May 1
    29-year old Aragaki’s coach and his daughter Rei both want him to retire from world-class gymnastics, until a chance meeting changes their lives.
  • Trash Truck: Season 2 (Kids & Family) – May 4
    Hank, Trash Truck, and animal pals Walter, Donny, and Ms. Mona let their imaginations take them on heartwarming adventures in their backyard and beyond.
  • Jupiter’s Legacy (Series) -May 7
    They’re the first generation of superheroes. But as they pass the torch to their children, tensions are rising — and the old rules no longer apply.
  • Girl from Nowhere: Season 2 (Asian Series) – May 7
    Nanno is back, doling karmic retribution to more students and faculty in a new season of this anthology series — and this time, she’s not alone.
  • Milestone (Asian Film) – May 7
    Recently marking 500,000 kilometers on the road, a newly bereaved trucker faces the threat of losing the job that has come to define him to a new intern.
  • Monster (Netflix Original Film) – May 7
    A talented teen implicated in a robbery-turned-murder fights for his innocence and integrity against a criminal justice system that’s already judged him.
  • Mine (Asian Series) – May 8
    Encaged in a gold-clad life of secrets and lies, two women in a conglomerate family seek to topple all that stands in their way of finding true joy.

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  • Super Me (Asian Film) – May 9
    A struggling screenwriter discovers his lucrative ability to bring antiques from his dreams into the real world — but his new life soon unravels.
  • No Boyfriend Since Birth (Filipino Film) – May 13
    A bridal shop assistant embarks on her first romance ever when she encounters a high school crush at a wedding.
  • Castlevania: Season 4 (Anime) May 13
    Dracula’s influence looms large as Belmont and Sypha investigate plans to resurrect the notorious vampire. Alucard struggles to embrace his humanity.
  • Move to Heaven (Series) -May 14 
    Finding life in all that’s left behind, a trauma cleaner with Asperger’s and his ex-con uncle deliver the untold stories of the departed to loved ones.
  • The Woman in the Window (Netflix Original Film) -May 14
    Confined to her home by agoraphobia, a psychologist becomes obsessed with her new neighbors — and solving a brutal crime she witnesses from her window.
  • Love, Death & Robots: Volume 2 (Netflix Original Series) – May 14
    From wild adventures on far-flung planets to unsettling encounters close to home: The Emmy-winning anthology returns with a crop of provocative tales.
  • Love or Money (Filipino Film) – May 15
    When persistent Leon sweeps her off her feet, ambitious Angel must choose between true love and her dreams of a luxurious life.
  • Sardar Ka Grandson (Asian Film) – May 18
    A devoted grandson’s mission to reunite his ailing grandmother with her ancestral home turns into a complicated, comic cross-border affair.
  • Special: Season 2 (Netflix Original Series) – May 20
    Now semi-estranged from his mother, Ryan continues exploring the world on his own, with all the complex ups and downs life and love have to offer.
  • MOMOL Nights (Filipino Film) – May 20
    On a dare from friends, a newly single young woman seeks out a one-night stand, but her casual fling becomes complicated when she meets the perfect guy.
Netflix shows for May 2021
Netflix’s Army of the Dead

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  • Army of the Dead (Film) – May 21
    After a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries takes the ultimate gamble by venturing into the quarantine zone for the greatest heist ever.
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Season 3 (Kids & Family) – May 21
    The teen campers on Isla Nublar return for another season of working together to escape from the island of free-roaming dinosaurs.
  • Mad for Each Other (Series) – May 24
    Bothered to realize they are next-door neighbors and share a psychiatrist, a man and a woman find it’s impossible to stay out of each other’s way.
  • Eden (Anime) – May 27
    Created by Justin Leach (“Ghost in the Shell 2”), Yasuhiro Irie (“Fullmetal Alchemist”) directs the story of robots raising the last human child.
  • Lucifer: Season 5 Part 2 (Netflix Original Series) – May 28
    Lucifer makes a tumultuous return to the land of the living in hopes of making things right with Chloe. A devil’s work is never done.
  • HALSTON (Series) – Coming soon this May
    Ewan McGregor stars in this limited series that tracks the meteoric rise and fall of the first American celebrity fashion designer.
  • Racket Boys (Series) – Coming soon this May
    A ragtag middle school badminton club makes a bid for the youth championships.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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