The second season of ‘History 101’ premieres on Netflix on August 25, 2022.
This week marks a fruitful one for Netflix
Let’s go through each of the new movies and shows that were added yesterday and today. In addition to that, at the bottom of the article you can find a full list of every new program coming to Netflix this week.
If you’d like some recommendations about the best movies and shows to watch on Netflix and all the other major streaming outlets this week, check out my list here.
Infographics and archival footage deliver bite-size history lessons on scientific breakthroughs, social movements and world-changing discoveries.
Teen birds Red, Chuck, Bomb and Stella are crashing through Camp Splinterwood with their fellow feathered campers for a summer of high-flying hijinks.
After her job and relationship implode on the same day, Sofia starts from scratch — and meets a dashing Spanish chef who might be her missing ingredient.
The series depicts an active day of incidents and meetings that take place when Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, Kiiroitori, and Kaoru go play in an amusement park that is about to close.
A patchwork rabbit with floppy ears and fuzzy memories embarks on an epic quest to find his best friend — the young boy he desperately loves.
In Texas, Mo straddles the line between two cultures, three languages and a pending asylum request while hustling to support his Palestinian family.
Brazil’s Fab Five use their knowledge of well-being, style, grooming, design and culture to transform everyday heroes’ lives
Revealing footage and interviews uncover new layers of fugitive tech pioneer John McAfee’s wild years on the run.
Jason Oppenheim, owner of the Oppenheim Group, expands the company opening a second office in Newport Beach.
At East Bank Station, a close-knit team of firefighters must balance a dangerous, high-stress job, personal challenges and professional setbacks.
Two brothers estranged for 25 years reunite to reclaim their father’s beloved dune buggy.