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New On Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, And HBO: May 2018’s Top Shows And Movies

Now that spring has finally sprung and plenty of your faves are now available to stream, we understand that things might get a little overwhelming when it comes to deciding what to watch. That’s where we come in. You deserve the best of the best, but sometimes, it can be difficult to know where to even find the top titles out there – and that’s why we’ve taken the time to hand-pick some of the best movies and shows hitting Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO this month.

This May, your favorite platforms are stocking up with some of the best content available. From Academy Award winning favorites like Coco and I, Tonya to new seasons of your favorite series like Dear White People and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, we’ve got everything you need to get through the month of May and beyond. We saved you the trouble and rounded up some of the titles most worth your time this month. Here are the best movies and shows hitting your favorite platforms this May.

Despite his family’s ban on music Miguel’s life long dream is to become a famous musician like his great-great-grandfather. In hopes of proving his talents he find himself in the land of the dead, embarking on a journey full of love, family, and tons of music, that is bound to have you happy crying by the end.
John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous Live at Radio City:

If you’re a John Mulaney fan, then you’re in luck. Coming to Netflix this month is his most recent comedy tour, Kid Gorgeous. The brand new comedy special taped at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall will have you laughing until your sides hurt.

Mamma Mia!:
Yes, you read that right! Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried are coming to a computer screen near you, in the fun filled ABBA musical Mamma Mia! Sophie (Seyfried) is getting married but she’s missing one thing: a father to walk her down the aisle. In hopes of finding her biological father, Sophie sends wedding invites to the three men her mother Donna (Streep) slept with nine months before Sophie’s birth. And trust me, there’s nothing more heartwarming than the antics of this movie, underscored by every ABBA song you can think of.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Season 4 (Netflix Original):

Yes it’s back! This month Netflix is also adding the first installment of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Even though there will only be six episodes, you can bet that they’ll be hysterical AF. And it gives you something else to look forward to.

The Rain – Season 1 (Netflix Original):

Netflix’s new original series The Rain follows the aftermath of a virus infested rainstorm killing almost everyone in Scandinavia. Siblings Simone and Rasmus finally emerge from a bunker after six years of avoiding the killer rain only to meet a group of survivors. While it’s not streaming just yet, we can understand from the trailer that Rasmus has some sort of immunity. This YA-inspired thriller will leave you terrified of the killer raindrops. See it for yourself May 4.

All Night – Complete Season 1 Premiere (Hulu Original):

If you’re into high school comedies, we’ve got something for you. All Night takes place during an all-night, lock-in graduation party. Suddenly reaching the end of their high school experience, the newly graduated seniors do whatever it takes to make their remaining high school dreams come true.

Claws – Complete Season 1:
Claws follows the rise of the five treacherous women as they enter the “traditionally male world of organized crime” when they begin laundering money for a neighboring clinic. You will not be bored, I promise.

Baywatch (2017):
This modern revamp of the 90’s drama features Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, and Alexandra Daddario as lifeguards who in order to save their beach they have to take down a drug lord in the process. A stupidly funny movie for when you want to be a little less serious.

The Strain – Complete Season 4 (FX):
The Strain is back at it again with your friendly neighborhood zombie apocalypse. Continuing on after the events of season 3, your favorite characters are coming back to Manhattan in the battle the strigoi, yet again.

I, Tonya:
This comedic take on Tonya Harding’s life and career is seriously something you need to watch. The dark comedy stars Margot Robbie as Harding, Sebastian Stan as Jeff Gillooly, and Allison Janney (playing the performance of a lifetime) as LeVona Golden. There’s no doubt that this movie will make you laugh, cry, and kinda wish you could hit a triple axel too.

Last Flag Flying *Prime Original
The Amazon Original movie is directed by Academy-Award nominee and Golden-Globe winner Richard Linklater and stars Steve Carell, Lawrence Fishbourne, and Bryan Cranston. The story revolves around three Vietnam War vets who have reunited after 30 years and embark on a bittersweet road trip to bury a young Marine killed in the Iraq War.

Peter Rabbit
Get ready to see James Corden in a role you’ve never seem him do before. Corden plays the lovably silly Peter Rabbit in the animated film of the same name. Starring alongside Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley (all in rabbit form), the film is a sweet take on the beloved children’s book.

Beatriz at Dinner
Beatriz is a massage therapist and holistic healer residing in LA. After driving to her client Cathy’s home Beatriz’s old Volkswagen breaks down, leaving her with no other choice than to accept Cathy’s invitation to stay for dinner. What started out as a seemingly normal business dinner becomes an “escalating war of words” when Beatriz meets ruthless real estate mogul Doug Strutt.

Fifty Shades Freed
Here, we have the final installment of the Fifty Shades trilogy. Starring Jamie Dornan as the infamous Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, we finally get to see what happens after the two tie the knot. Will the Grey’s live happily ever after? Better stream it to find out.

Rocky tells the story of the legendary, native Philadelphia boxer, Rocky Balboa, played by none other than Sylvester Stallone. This rags to riches drama follows Rocky as a small-time fighter train his way to the fight of a lifetime: the world heavyweight championship. Rocky is the definition of a true American classic.

Fahrenheit 451 (2018)
Guy Montag is a firefighter tasked with one important responsibility: burn books. Montag does his work without question until he meets a person that challenges everything he’s ever believed in. Fahrenheit 451 is a revamp of the Ray Bradbury novel with the same name, starring Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon.

Being Serena
HBO’s newest docuseries chronicles the personal life of tennis star Serena Williams. In the episodic documentary we’ll watch as she deals with pregnancy, the birth of a new baby, getting married, and returning to the tennis court. Serena is up close in personal and after five episodes we are positive she is a strong, powerful woman, and surely a force to be reckoned with.

The Tale
The Tale is the latest addition to Laura Dern’s envious career and it doesn’t disappoint. Jennifer Fox (Dern) is a documentary filmmaker who uncovers a disturbing sexual experience from a short story she had written when she was 13. Suddenly, Fox is forced to rethink and confront her sexual experiences and entire childhood.

You’ve Got Mail
Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan), a struggling book shop owner, hates Joe Fox (Tom Hanks), the owner of the huge book chain that opened up across the street. Though, after the two meet online anonymously they discover they have more in common than they thought and start an intense internet romance. Once Joe figures out that his Kathleen is the woman he’s been talking to, he must come to terms with his rival maybe being the love of his life.

Dunkirk (2017)
Dunkirk is a war film starring Fionn Whitehead depicting the Dunkirk evacuation during World War II. Directed by Christopher Nolan, the film was awarded much praise for its screenplay, direction, musical score, and cinematography, even winning Oscars for film and sound editing as well as sound mixing.

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