Netflix is adding six new titles this Tuesday, November 17th. It’s not one of the busiest days that the streamer has ever had, but there are still a handful of fresh movies and TV shows coming our way. And among them is a new comedy special, a family-friendly animation and an Oscar-nominated film.
There are four movies that just hit Netflix today. Ainu Mosir is a Japanese coming-of-age drama about a 14-year-old boy who travels to a forest believed by his people to be a path to the dead, hoping to reunite with his deceased father. 2017 documentary Whose Streets?, meanwhile, which is even more timely and frightening now than it was a few years ago, is an unflinching look at how the people of Ferguson, Missouri reacted following the murder of black teen Mike Brown by a white police officer.
We also have 2016’s Loving, a romantic drama based on real events starring Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton as an interracial couple whose arrest in 1960s Virginia led to a historic Supreme Court decision to overturn state laws prohibiting interracial marriage in 1967. And last but not least, Kevin Hart’s latest special, Kevin Hart: Zero F**ks Given, debuts today, with the famed comedian tackling contemporary topics like COVID-19, quarantining and Zoom.
For more, here’s the full list of what was added:
- Ainu Mosir (2020)
- Kevin Hart: Zero F**ks Given (2020) Netflix Original
- Loving (2016)
- Whose Streets? (2017)
- The Boss Baby: Back in Business (Season 4) Netflix Original
- We Are the Champions (Season 1) Netflix Original
Alongside those four films, two new TV series dropped this Tuesday as well. These are the fourth season of The Boss Baby: Back in Business, the small screen spinoff of the hit DreamWorks animated movie released in 2017 – remember, a sequel is coming in 2021. And don’t miss We are the Champions, a new show which travels around the world to find the craziest, funniest and most fascinating global competitions.
Tell us, though, what are you going to be watching on Netflix today? Let us know in the comments section below.
Source: What's On Netflix