Netflix this week (March 14-20) plans to add 22 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 13 originals.
The new titles will include Waffles & Mochi, a Netflix original cooking show with former First Lady Michelle Obama; Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admission Scandal, a Netflix original documentary on the federal investigation into wealthy parents buying their kids way into prestigious universities; Zero Chill, a Netflix original teen series about a 15-year-old female skater who seeks to upend her rival twin brother skater; and The Last Blockbuster, a documentary about the final store bearing the name and products of the famous and now defunct video rental chain.
Also notable this week: Audrey, a 2020 documentary about the legendary screen actress Audrey Hepburn whose humanitarian work nearly eclipsed her extraordinary film roles. But the 90-minute film goes beyond the superficial to discover Hepburn’s nagging insecurities and hidden secrets which often drove her to greatness on screen.
Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Netflix:
Sunday, March 14
Monday, March 15
Bakugan: Armored Alliance
The Last Blockbuster
The Lost Pirate Kingdom (Netflix Original)
Zero Chill (Netflix Original)
Tuesday, March 16
Rebell Comedy: Straight Outta the Zoo (Netflix Original)
Waffles + Mochi (Netflix Original)
Wednesday, March 17
Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal (Netflix Original)
Under Suspicion: Uncovering the Wesphael Case (Netflix Original)
Thursday, March 18
B: The Beginning Succession (Netflix Original)
Cabras da Peste (Netflix Original)
The Fluffy Movie
Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American (Netflix Original)
Friday, March 19
Alien TV Season 2 (Netflix Original)
Country Comfort (Netflix Original)
Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Sky Rojo (Netflix Original)
Saturday, March 20
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