Netflix Is Adding 12 New Movies/TV Shows This Week

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Yup, it’s Monday again tomorrow, but it’s not all bad, as Netflix has a dozen new titles dropping over the course of the week. That’s not a huge haul, but there’s much for subscribers to dig into all the same, including a bunch of originals of all shapes and sizes as well as a couple of notable licensed movies.

Things start off with a bang, with Kevin James comedy series The Crew, which features The King of Queens star playing the boss of a NASCAR team. James’ character must adjust to a new group of tech-reliant millennials after an heiress takes over the racing crew and the show will mark the actor’s first sitcom lead role since CBS’ Kevin Can Wait ended in 2018.

For more, check out the full list of new additions for the week starting February 15th below:

February 15


February 16

Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie *NETFLIX FAMILY
Good Girls: Season 3

February 17

MeatEater: Season 9 Part 2 *NETFLIX ORIGINAL

February 18

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan *NETFLIX ANIME

February 19

Tribes of Europa *NETFLIX ORIGINAL

February 20

Classmates Minus *NETFLIX FILM

February 21

The Conjuring (2013)
The Conjuring 2 (2016)

On Tuesday, the latest of Netflix’s interactive experiments drops, Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie. When wild animals escape from a sanctuary, wildlife guru Bear Grylls — and you — must pursue them. Season 3 of crime dramedy Good Girls, starring Christina Hendricks and Retta, likewise debuts the same day.

Looking for your next TV obsession? Then don’t miss Behind Her Eyes on Wednesday. From the producers of The Crown and based on the hit novel, it stars Tom Bateman, Eve Hewson and Simona Brown as the participants of a love triangle that results in dark twists, secrets and lies. Meanwhile, Wednesday also sees Korean romcom show Hello Me! and new episodes of docuseries Meateaters arrive.

Elsewhere, anime Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan drops on Thursday, while Friday delivers two major originals. First of all, Tribes of Europa is a German-English sci-fi show following a group of teens living in a dystopian Europe that’s broken up into warring tribal states, and I Care A Lot is a dark comedy thriller starring Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage.

Taiwanese movie Classmates Minus then debuts on Saturday, with Sunday rounding out the week with some horror as the first two Conjuring films return to Netflix. Suffice it to say, there’s lots on the way.