New movies and shows on Netflix this week: Lucifer season 4 and more

LUCIFER season 4 - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix
LUCIFER season 4 - Credit: John P. Fleenor/Netflix /

Here’s the list of all the new movies and shows on Netflix this week, including a new season of Lucifer and the release of the new comedy Wine Country.

Need something new to sink your teeth into this week? There are so many great new releases headed to Netflix. Check out the full list of titles below, as well as our quick and easy breakdown of all the best stuff you won’t want to miss.

A biggie on television this week is the return of the enormously popular fantasy police procedural Lucifer on Wednesday, May 8. Season 4 will be the first that Netflix has exclusively produced and many fans are anxious to see if it will hold up to the quality of the rest of the series.

Check out the season 4 trailer below!

On Friday, May 10, you should definitely check out the new movie Wine Country. This comedy flick comes from the mind of Amy Poehler, who stars in it alongside other comedy legends like Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Tina Fey. You won’t want to be the only person who hasn’t seen what is sure to be a laugh-out-loud hit.

Check out the movie trailer and get hyped, y’all.

Also on Friday, May 10, the anthology comedy Easy returns for season 3. This will be the final installment. If you’ve never seen this show before, its quirky stories about love and sex in Chicago will be sure to win you over. There’s a little something for everyone.

These are just a handful of the great new releases headed your way this week. What will you be watching on Netflix?

Netflix new releases this week (May 5-11)

May 6

The Abyss season 1

May 7 

The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution

Queen of the South: Season 3

May 8

Lucifer season 4

May 9 

Bathtubs Over Broadway


May 10

Wine Country

Easy season 3

The Society


Dry Martina

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Harvey Girls Forever!: Season 2


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