Check out the full list of exciting new films and TV shows coming to the platform below.
Super Me (May 9)
This Chinese fantasy film centers on a struggling screenwriter with a lucrative supernatural ability: to bring antiques from his dreams to the real world. Though he’s quick to take advantage of his newfound powers, it soon proves to be a burden when his life starts to unravel.
Starring: Darren Wang, Candy Song, Cao Bingkun
The Woman in the Window (May 14)
An agoraphobic psychologist, who’s confined herself indoors, befriends a neighbor across the street from her apartment. Her safe and careful world is disrupted when she witnesses a brutal crime in her new friend’s home one day, from the confines of her window.
Starring: Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie
Army of the Dead (May 21)
Determined to pull the greatest heist ever attempted, a team of mercenaries gamble their lives and venture into a quarantine zone in Las Vegas during a zombie outbreak.
Starring: Dave Bautista, Elle Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Ana de la Reguera
Jupiter’s Legacy (May 7)
Born in the 1930s, the world’s first superheroes pass on the torch to their children who struggle to live up to their parents’ legacy.
Starring: Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, Leslie Bibb
Girl From Nowhere: Season 2 (May 7)
Nanno’s back to exact more karmic retribution to wayward students and faculty in an all new season of Girl From Nowhere. Here’s the major kicker though: This time, she’s not doing it alone.
Starring: Kitty Chicha Amatayakul
Mine (May 8)
This Korean drama follows two wealthy and ambitious women in a conglomerate family as they seek the meaning of true joy, all while toppling anyone who dares to stand in their way.
Starring: Lee Bo Young, Kim Seo Hyung
Move to Heaven (May 14)
After his father dies, Geu-ru, a man with Asperger’s syndrome, takes over his family’s trauma cleaning business named “Move to Heaven.” Accompanying him is his uncle and new guardian Sang-gu, a former martial artist and released convict. Together the unlikely duo embarks on a heartwarming journey as they unearth the secrets and stories left behind by the deceased.
Starring: Lee Je Hoon, Tang Jun Sang, Jin Ji Hee, Lee Jae Wook
Mad for Each Other (May 24)
Two next-door-neighbors are bothered by each other’s presence once they find out they share the same psychiatrist. However, as much as they try to avoid each other, the pair soon realize that it’s virtually impossible to stay out of each other’s way.
Starring: Jung Woo, Oh Yeon Seo
Halston (Coming Soon)
Based on the book Simply Halston by Steven Gaines, this limited series stars Ewan McGregor as the eponymous Roy Halston Frowick. It chronicles the life of the legendary American fashion designer while he goes through the meteoric rise and fall of his career.
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Rory Culkin, Rebecca Davan
Racket Boys (Coming Soon)
This Korean sports drama centers on a ragtag team of 16-year-old boys and girls as they work toward making it big in the world of badminton. Backing them up is Ra Young-ja, a legendary badminton player who does her best to train the unskilled group into winning a junior athletic competition.
Starring: Oh Na Ra, Kim Sang Kyung, Tang Jun Sang, Son Sang Yeon