10 New Shows to Stream on Netflix this May

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When your wife proposes another night spent with Grace and Frankie or that ever-formidable Kimmy S., steer her toward these new releases instead.


Shanghai Knights (5/4)

Murder, the royals and the great duo that is Chon Wang and Roy O’Bannon, what more could you want? Welcome to London.

They Look Like People (5/11)

It all starts out when a man visits an old friend in New York City and gets eerie phone calls that warn him of something evil on the horizon. This critically acclaimed psychological thriller is filled with intense drama.

American Dad!: Season 10 (5/17)

Ready, set, roll into fatherhood with the Smith family. This animated sitcom may not be suitable for children, but it will certainly get the adults in the family laughing as it follows father CIA agent Stan Smith and his quirky gang (talking goldfish included).

Slasher: Season 1 (5/17)

The first season of this horror series centers around Sarah Bennett, whose parents were murdered just moments before she was removed from her mother's womb. When she and her husband move back to her hometown, copycat murders unfold.

Benders: Season 1 (5/19)

No hockey skills? No problem. Watching this group of amateur ice hockey players who love drinking beer gives you about as good of a buzz as you can get without being on the rink yourself.

Graceland: Season 3 (5/26)

Binge watch the first two seasons if you're not already a fan. Undercover federal agents from the FBI, DEA, and U.S. Customs live in a beachfront house in Southern California with some crazy caseloads and true shockers.

Bloodline: Season 2 (5/27) 

About the only situation where "Florida Keys" and "dramatic thriller" can go in the same sentence. This popular Netflix Original examines the black sheep son of a respected family who threatens to surface the clan's dark secrets.

Chef's Table: Season 2, Part 1 (5/27)

It's like 'Planet Earth' for culinary enthusiasts. This Netflix original docu-series might just convince you to hone your favorite knives and get cooking (or, at least figure out how the hell to properly do it). 

The Do-Over (5/27)

Enter: Adam Sandler and David Spade. Another Netflix original, you'll see what happens when two dudes fake their own deaths and try and give themselves a clean slate with new identities. 

Hell on Wheels: Season 5 (5/28)

We'll jump at any chance we can get to dive into an American Western, and the latest season of this contemporary favorite takes us to California and Wyoming as the Central Pacific Railroad is built.