We’re closing in on summer but let’s be honest, is that really going to impact the amount we binge-watch Netflix in the UK? Aside from one possible day of sunshine, we’re still going to need some top-class entertainment to fill the rest of our time with.
That’s where our friends over at Netflix have got our back. Have a look below at the best of what’s coming up this month…
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
The film explores the crimes of infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy, but through the rose-tinted eyes of his long-term girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer. Some suggest it romanticises Bundy, others say that the film does not shy away from revealing the horrific truth of who Ted Bundy was and instead poses the frightening question of, ‘If you were in bed with a monster, would you actually know it?’
Either way, curiosity has got us all keen to finally get a glimpse of our High School Musical sweetheart in a full serial killer mode.
Release date: May 3rd
Knock Down The House
Following the campaign trails of four progressive women candidates during last year’s 2018 midterm election, Knock Down The House is sure to offer a deep dive into the current social and political issues facing the USA today.
Release date: May 1st
Feel good friendships are everything we need this May and what could be better than a group of hilarious women on a wine-drunk trip to Napa Valley? Directed by Amy Poehler and starring Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, Jason Schwartzman and Tina Fey – this is almost guaranteed to be comedy gold.
Release date: May 10th
Nailed It!: Season 3
Yay, more baking fails – we love Nailed It! and all the hilarious baking attempts that it brings to our screen, check out some of our past favourites. Season 3 will no doubt bring us more out of this world baking inspiration accompanied by even more laugh out loud baking disasters.
Release date: May 17th
Good Girls: Season 2
The most unexpected criminal mothers are back at it again to show us that women really can do anything, even become crime lords! Good Girls offers a little of everything, from unbearably tense drama to many moments of light-hearted comedy – it’s an all-round crowd pleaser!
Release date: May 31st