Netflix 2021: New Releases in May

The long-awaited installment of Master of None is just one of the highly-anticipated projects coming to Netflix this month.

Returning to the streamer 4 years after its second season, Master of None‘s five-episode third season, directed by co-creator Aziz Ansari and written by Ansari and Lena Waithe, focuses on the relationship between Waithe’s Denise and her partner Alicia (Naomi Ackie).

Other eagerly awaited TV shows include Halston, starring Ewan McGregor as the 1970s fashion star; Mark Millar’s Jupiter’s Legacy, about the world’s first superheroes as they look to their children to continue their work, starring Josh Duhamel and Leslie Bibb; and the third and final season of Chuck Lorre’s acclaimed The Kominsky Method, with star Alan Arkin having departed the series and Kathleen Turner reuniting with her frequent co-star Michael Douglas.

Other TV shows added to Netflix include new seasons of Special and Who Killed Sara?, part two of the latest seasons of Selena and Lucifer, the debuts of The Upshaws and The Sons of Sam, and the latest Dirty John installment: The Betty Broderick Story.

On the film front, Joe Wright’s Woman in the Window, starring Amy Adams as an agoraphobic child psychologist who witnesses a crime, will finally surface after first being put into production at Fox 2000 and set to open in theaters in the fall of 2019 before it was delayed by the now-defunct label’s new parent company Disney and then sold to the streamer.

Other films streaming this month include Zack Snyder’s zombie heist film Army of the Dead and Monster, based on the Walter Dean Myers novel of the same name, starring Kelvin Harrison, Jr., Jennifer Hudson and Jeffrey Wright.

The streaming service is adding a number of noteworthy library film titles, such as the Back to the Future trilogy, Notting Hill, Scarface, The Sweetest Thing and Zombieland.