Netflix this week (November 24-30) plans to add 17 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 14 originals.
The new titles will include The Irishman (pictured above), the long-awaited Netflix original movie directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel. The film chronicles the real-life deathbed confession of a Teamsters official who claims to have killed former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa.
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The Irishman, which is playing in select theaters, makes its streaming debut on Netflix on Wednesday, November 27. Critics who have seen the film are nearly unanimous in praising it as a worthy successor to Scorsese’s GoodFellas and Casino, two crime dramas considered among the best ever in the genre.
“Feels genuinely new and deeply satisfying — for its subtlety, wit and resonance; for its serenely confident technique, meaning no truck with fancy tricks; for the sumptuous quality of the production; and for the epic scope of the story,” writes Joe Morgenstern of the Wall Street Journal.
Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Netflix streaming:
Dirty John: Season 1
Mike Birbiglia: The New One (Netflix Original)
Super Monsters Save Christmas (Netflix Family)
True: Winter Wishes (Netflix Family)
Broken (Netflix Documentary)
The Irishman (Netflix Film)
Holiday Rush (Netflix Film)
John Crist: I Ain’t Prayin For That (Netflix Original)
Merry Happy Whatever (Netflix Original)
Mytho (Netflix Original)
Atlantics (Netflix Film)
Chip and Potato: Season 2 (Netflix Family)
I Lost My Body (Netflix Film)
La Reina del Sur: Season 2
The Movies That Made Us (Netflix Original)
Sugar Rush Christmas (Netflix Original)
— Phillip Swann