A Supernatural Horror, A Comedy For Wine Moms and Derry Girls: Here's Everything Coming To Netflix This May

The one time of the month we actually look forward to...

To binge or not binge, that is the question...

It's that time of the month again when Netflix announces all the exciting shows and movies that will soon be landing on the streaming service. 

With a host of original shows, the return of beloved films and the next instalment in griping series, there are some seriously great titles coming our way this May. 

Highlights include a truly terrifying supernatural horror, The Society, a comedy that will speak to your inner wine mom soul, Wine Country and season one of our beloved Derry Girls. Also on the must-see list is the long-awaited season 5 of massive hit Schitt’s Creek. 

Below, is your definitive guide to what's coming to Netflix in May...

The Great Gatsby

When: May 1

Starring Leonardo Di Caprio, need we say more?

Derry Girls, Season 1

When: May 8

If you're still not over the end of Derry Girls season two, then good news as season one is arriving to Netflix. You can finally free some space up on your DVR. 

Lucifer, Season 4

When: May 8

As Chloe struggles to come to terms with Lucifer's disturbing revelation, a rogue priest sets out to stop a long-rumoured prophecy.

Jailbirds

When: May 10

A drama set in a women’s prison in Sacramento. Could this be the new Orange is the New Black?

Schitt's Creek, Season 5

When: May 10

The wait is over and the Roses are back in bloom in the latest season of the Canadian comedy sensation Schitt’s Creek.

The Society

When: May 10

When everyone else mysteriously vanishes from their wealthy town, the teen residents of West Ham must forge their own society to survive.

Wine Country

When: May 10

Amy Poehler’s directorial debut sees her gather fellow Saturday Night Live alumni Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer together for a 50th birthday celebration in Napa Valley

After Maria

When: May 24

A short film tracking the lives of families from Puerto Rico who are currently living in FEMA hotels around New York City following the catastrophic hurricane in 2017

Baby Driver

When: May 27

After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.

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