5 new Netflix series and films streaming this weekend

There's a choice of a comedy, a furry docuseries, a thriller, a music documentary and a revival of a 1980s cartoon series.

Netflix is constantly introducing new talent, films and shows. Sometimes it's hard to keep up, but luckily we can stream the series [VIDEO] or movies whenever we want.

The following new series [VIDEO] and films started streaming November 16 and include a psychological thriller in the tech world, a comedy series with two old friends, a music documentary about a Brazilian pop icon, a revival of a 1980s cartoon series and a docuseries about some of our very best, four-legged friends.


Technology thriller film: 'Cam'

“Cam” is a psychological thriller that explores the darker side of cam girls. The lead is played by Madeline Brewer (“Orange is the New Black”) as Alice, a cam girl who gets locked out of her channel and finds her identity and life is being stolen by a girl who looks just like her.


Comedy series: 'The Kominsky Method'

“The Kominsky Method” is a comedy series, executive-produced by Chuck Lorre and starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin. The men are Sandy and Norman, two old friends who are busy navigating older age and its perils, with what Netflix describes as “humour, dignity and some prostate trouble.”


Netflix Original music documentary: 'Vai Anitta'

As reported by Screenrant, “Vai Anitta” is a Netflix Original music documentary highlighting the Brazilian pop diva’s journey from Honório Gurgel to world fame. The series covers her work, drama, strategy and laughter that made her the success she is.


Cartoon series: ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’

This DreamWorks cartoon series tells the story of Adora and her destiny, which turns out to be a lot greater than she ever thought. She becomes the legendary warrior princess, She-Ra and joins a spirited group of rebel princesses in the hope of restoring balance in Etheria.


Netflix Original docuseries: 'Dogs'

CNN describes “Dogs” as being a “feel-good” story that will make you cry. However, executive producer Glen Zipper reportedly keeps clarifying that it is not a “sad show.” The six-episode documentary covers real life stories of humans, their best furry friends and unconditional love. Reviewers are raving about “Dogs” and it sounds like there will be more seasons to come.

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