With two new K-dramas to anticipate plus a romantic comedy flick led by Fresh Off the Boat's Randall Park, it looks like the Asians are slowly taking over Netflix this May! See more details below, along with the rest of Netflix's newest releases we're excited to watch.
Abyss (May 6)
Having died in seperate accidents, two strangers come back to life in the bodies of other people. Perplexed by their new second lives, they set out to find the culprit responsible for their untimely demise.
The Society (May 10)
Imagine a world without your parents? Netflix's new thrilling mystery series shows you the exact repercussions of that in The Society. The story follows a group of wealthy teenagers forced to do everything to survive when they mysteriously find themselves in a town that exactly resembles their own, only their parents are nowhere to be found.
One Spring Night (May 22)
Starring Han Ji Min and Jung Hae In, it tells the story of a sentimental librarian and a hopeless romantic pharmacist who meet and fall in love in One Spring Night.
Despite Everything (May 3)
In the wake of their mother's death, four grown sisters learn that the father they've known their whole lives isn't actually their biological dad, leading them to embark on a journey to find out the truth about their genealogy.
The Last Summer (May 3)
KJ Apa, Maia Mitchell, and Tyler Posey all in one film? Talk about a teenage girl's dream! Teens (and teens at heart) will definitely relate to Netflix's romantic drama centering on four friends who struggle to figure out what they want (and who they want) after graduating high school.
Wine Country (May 10)
When Tina Fey and Amy Poehler collaborate on a movie together, you can always be guaranteed a ridiculously funny watch. Catch a glimpse of their new comedy movie below!
Rim of the World (May 24)
Netflix's own modern version of kids-save-the-world films like Zathura and Race to Witch Mountain, Rim of the World finds four misfit teenagers who are thrust into a summer camp gone awry when aliens start to invade the planet.
Always Be My Maybe (May 31)
An Asian-led comedy backed by Mariah Carey's Always Be My Baby? Sign me up, please! The rom-com starring Ali Wong and Randall Park follows two best friends who reconnect for the first time in 15 years. Will they finally act on the feelings they've always had for each other?