Netflix is a revolving door of movie and television content, particularly on the streaming side of things. Though titles often disappear from availability, new ones are also frequently added. Sometimes these come in the form of Netflix original shows or even exclusive access to certain programming, but sometimes it’s just older titles that many find to be still worth watching.
Content is added to Netflix streaming each week, and it can be difficult to keep up with what’s available all the time. With that, here’s a look at some new additions.
Note: This is for the U.S.
The past week has been great for horror movies and TV shows on Netflix. In the upcoming week, subscribers will be getting a bunch of Disney content and documentaries, as well as a Netflix-exclusive stand-up special from Kathleen Madigan, and finally the Netflix debut of Ricky Gervais’ Derek.
Here are some of the titles you’ll soon see appearing.
Kronk’s New Groove (2005)
Patrick Warburton, Tracey Ullman, Eartha Kitt, David Spade, John Goodman, Wendie Malick, John Mahoney, Anthony Ghannam, Gatlin Green
Kronk, the sorceress Yzma’s bodybuilder assistant, grabs the spotlight in this animated sequel. Mischief and mayhem take over when Kronk finds out that his father is coming to visit, and as he tries to win Dad’s approval, he leaves no stone unturned.
Leroy & Stitch (2006)
Tia Carrere, Daveigh Chase, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Chris Sanders, Kevin Michael Richardson, Rob Paulsen, Jeff Bennett, Zoe Caldwell, Ving Rhames, Liliana Mumy
When the evil Dr. Hamsterviel forces Dr. Jumba to create Stitch’s evil twin — a creature he dubs Leroy — and uses it to clone a mesmerizing army of fake Stitches, it’s up to Lilo to reunite the gang and save the day.
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Daveigh Chase, Chris Sanders, Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Ving Rhames, Zoe Caldwell, Jason Scott Lee, Kevin Michael Richardson
A lonely Hawaiian girl named Lilo — who’s being raised by her older sister after their parents die — adopts a funny-looking dog and names him “Stitch,” not realizing her new best friend is, in fact, a wacky alien created by a mad scientist.
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch (2005)
Chris Sanders, Dakota Fanning, Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Kunewa Mook, Jason Scott Lee
Just as rowdy alien Stitch begins settling in with his new adopted family, he suddenly goes haywire: It seems his molecular structure is off-kilter, restoring his destructive behavior. Can plucky island girl Lilo find a way to set things right?
Stitch! The Movie (2003)
Daveigh Chase, Chris Sanders, Tia Carrere, David Ogden Stiers, Kevin McDonald, Ving Rhames, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeff Bennett
Knowing he’s not alone in the universe, Stitch, also known as Experiment 626, is joined by Lilo, Pleakley and Jumba as he sets out to free the other 625 alien experiments (including a lazy sandwich maker and an electrical havoc-wreaker).
The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
David Spade, John Goodman, Eartha Kitt, Patrick Warburton, Wendie Malick, Kellyann Kelso, Stephen J. Anderson, Tom Jones
In this animated Disney adventure, South American emperor Kuzco experiences a reversal of fortune when his power-hungry adviser Yzma turns him into a llama. Exiled to the wilderness, Kuzco turns to kindly villager Pacha for help.
Army Wives: Season 7
This drama series follows the emotional ups and downs of four women and one man, each married to a soldier and living on an army base where they contend with infidelity, PTSD, their spouses’s long deployments and other heartaches.
Becoming Chaz (2010)
This gripping documentary from directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato follows the deeply emotional journey of Chastity Bono, daughter of entertainers Sonny and Cher, as she embarks on a program of gender reassignment to become a man. Focusing on the emotional ramifications of her decision as much as the hormone shots, surgery and other changes to her body, this film chroncles one person’s odyssey to become the man he always knew he was.
Amanda Baker, Don Swayze, Corbin Bernsen, Gary Busey, Caitlin Carmichael, Cindy Baer, Shawna Waldron, Gerry Bednob, Eric Fischer
The brutal 1892 hatchet murders of the infamous Lizzie Borden acquittal come alive when present-day Lizzie Allen moves back into her childhood home. Suffering from amnesia, she struggles to uncover the mysteries of her youth — and the distant past.
Radio Unnameable (2012)
David Amram, Judy Collins, Robert Downey Sr., Marshall Efron, Arlo Guthrie
The story of legendary New York City disc jockey Bob Fass who pioneered free expression on the airwaves with his long running FM program ‘Radio Unnameable’.
Tent City, U.S.A. (2012)
Due to economic recession, a growing number of people are finding themselves in a position they never imagined: homeless. Nearly 100 homeless individuals have formed Nashville’s Tent City, which is located under a bridge close to the city’s center.
War Witch (2012)
Rachel Mwanza, Alain Lino Mic Eli Bastien, Serge Kanyinda, Mizinga Mwinga, Ralph Prosper, Jean Kabuya, Diane Uwamahoro, Jupiter Bokondji
In sub-Saharan Africa, 12-year-old Komona is kidnapped by rebel soldiers who force her to kill her parents and join their ranks. Over the next two years, Komona clings to life despite her horrific experiences and tries to pacify her parents’ ghosts.
Kathleen Madigan: Madigan Again (2013)
Kathleen Madigan of “Last Comic Standing” busts her comedy moves in this special filmed at the Royal Oak Music Theatre in Detroit.
Rules of Engagement: Season 7
Three diverse perspectives on love and relationships are examined in this ensemble sitcom about longtime married couple Jeff and Audrey, the newly engaged Adam and Jennifer, and cynical bachelor Russell.
Derek: Season 1
Ricky Gervais creates and stars in Derek, a comedy-drama about a loyal nursing home caretaker who sees only the good in his quirky coworkers as they struggle against prejudice and shrinking budgets to care for their elderly residents.
Skins: Vol. 7
Boldly taking on controversial teen topics such as drug use and mental illness, this incisive series centers on the tense lives of a group of hormonal teenagers as the friends and wannabe lovers weather their final two years of school.
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