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Netflix Adding 17 New Titles This Week

Netflix this week plans to add 17 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including four originals.

The new title list will include Cargo (pictured above), a Netflix original horror film starring Martin Freeman (The Office, Fargo) as a diseased-infected father who searches for a new home for his baby daughter during a worldwide pandemic.

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RottenTomatoes.com, which tracks critical reviews, gives the movie a score of 85 out of a possible 100 with 11 of 13 critics surveyed by the site saying they liked Cargo.

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“I don’t mean to keep throwing The Walking Dead under the spike-tired dystopian bus… (but) Cargo just does it better,” writes Matt Donato of Slashfilm.

Other notable additions to Netflix this week: Season four of Inspector Gadget, a Netflix animated children’s comedy which is a reboot of the 1980s series; and Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife, a Netflix original stand-up special starring the aforementioned comedienne.

Here is the complete list of new titles coming week to Netflix streaming:

Sunday, May 13
Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife (Netflix original)

Monday, May 14
The Phantom of the Opera

Tuesday, May 15
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Season 4
Grand Designs: Seasons 13-14
Only God Forgives
The Game 365: Seasons 15-16

Wednesday, May 16
89
Mamma Mia!
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
The Kingdom
Wanted

Friday, May 18
Cargo (Netflix original)
Catching Feelings (Netflix original)
Inspector Gadget: Season 4 (Netflix original)

Saturday, May 19
Bridge to Terabithia
Disney’s Scandal: Season 7
Small Town Crime

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