Netflix: All the Movies and TV Shows Coming and Going in May 2022

Netflix is adding a slew of new television shows and films to its streaming platform in May 2022. Throughout the month, you may watch new episodes of established Netflix original series like The Witcher and Stranger Things, as well as fresh episodes of reality shows like Married at First Sight. Several new programs will also be available, including the satirical comedy John Mulaney: Everybody's In L.A. and the bionic sports drama Bionic. Additionally, Netflix is releasing a number of interesting documentaries in May, including Tires and Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies, and Scandal. The streamer is also introducing a number of exciting foreign programs to its platform this month, including The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties: Season 4 and Katt Williams: Woke Foke.

Here is the list of all TV shows and movies Netflix is adding in May:

  • The Witcher Season 3
  • Stranger Times Season 4 Part 1
  • Married at First Sight Season 15
  • The Ultimatum Season 2
  • High Seas Season 3
  • Super Pumped Season 2
  • Gossip Girl Season 2
  • The Circle Season 2
  • Alice in Borderlands
  • The Glory Season 2
  • Psyche Byron
  • Jurassic World Chaos Theory
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Trixie and Kat
  • Easter Sunday
  • The Colony
  • Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
  • The Umbrella Academy Season 3 Part 2
  • Boiling Points
  • John Mulaney: Everybody's In L.A.
  • The Glory Season 2
  • Psyche Byron
  • Jurassic World Chaos Theory
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Trixie and Kat
  • Easter Sunday
  • The Colony
  • Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
  • The Umbrella Academy Season 3 Part 2
  • Boiling Points
  • Married at First Sight Season 15
  • The Ultimatum Season 2
  • High Seas Season 3
  • Super Pumped Season 2
  • Gossip Girl Season 2
  • The Circle Season 2

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Prospective observational study of peripheral intravenous cannula utilisation and frequency of intravenous fluid delivery in the emergency department: convenience or necessity?

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