New on Netflix this week: Dark season 2, Adam Devine stand-up special

Dark Season 1 - Credit: Stefan Erhard/Netflix
Dark Season 1 - Credit: Stefan Erhard/Netflix /

Here’s the list of what’s new on Netflix this week, including Dark season 2 and a new stand-up special from comedian Adam Devine.

This week is shaping up to be pretty great for Netflix subscribers. The streaming service is dropping a ton of exciting new titles, as well as seeing the return of some fan favorites. Wondering where to begin your binge? Here’s the quick breakdown of all the best new releases you should definitely watch this week.

To start, get your laugh on with a new stand-up special from comedian Adam Devine. The former Workaholics star talks growing up in front of an audience in his hometown. Check out the no-holds barred trailer for Best Time of Our Lives below.

An especially exciting new release this week is Dark season 2. If you didn’t catch this twisty sci-fi series back when it first premiered, watch it NOW. The show may be in German (pro tip: use the subtitles, not the dubbing), but it will truly suck in any audience.

The trailer is giving out some serious chills.

Looking for something a touch more lighthearted? You can try out Mr. Iglesias, a new comedy series premiering the same day as Dark on Saturday, June 21. Popular funny man Gabriel Iglesias stars as an affable high school teacher with a soft spot for those who don’t belong. Watch the trailer below!

What will you be watching on Netflix this week?

Netflix new releases this week (June 16-22)

June 16 

Cop Car

June 17 

The Missing season 3

June 18

Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives

Big Kill

June 19 


The Edge of Democracy

June 20 

Le Chant du Loup

June 21

Dark season 2

Mr. Iglesias

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