This weekend is a great time to check out some new Netflix shows. The streamer has released several new episodes and series this week, keeping you occupied all weekend long. Below is a list of recommendations of some bingeable choices.
There are several new movies worth watching this weekend. Look Both Ways is a great romantic comedy that depicts one life on a parallel journey. If you enjoy a good horror vampire comedy, check out Day Shift. And there is still time to catch some of the movies leaving in August 2022.
This week’s Top 10 TV shows list sees several popular repeats with Never Have I Ever, Extraordinary Attorney Woo, Stranger Things, Virgin River, and more. And, in a surprise release, The Sandman gave fans a brand-new bonus episode featuring guest stars Sandra Oh, James McAvoy, David Tennant, and Michael Sheen.
Best new Netflix shows August 13, 2022
Here are five of the best Netflix shows to check out this weekend, beginning below with the new Netflix original mystery limited series Echoes.
The Netflix original mystery thriller Echoes is now available to the streamer. The limited series follows twins, Leni and Gina, played by Michelle Monaghan, who have secretly swapped lives since childhood.
They have continued the ruse into adulthood, sharing two houses, two husbands and a child. Things move along nicely until one of them comes up missing, throwing their idyllic arrangement into chaos.
Echoes also stars Matt Bomer, Daniel Sunjata, Ali Stroker, Karen Robinson, Rosanny Zayas, Michael O’Neill, Celia Weston, Gable Swanlund, and Jonathan Tucker.
Glow Up season 4
The fourth season of the makeup competition show Glow Up has been released. The series is a British reality competition show that pits makeup artists against one another in weekly challenges judged by industry professionals Dominic Skinner and Val Garland. Each week Skinner and Garland are joined by guest stars who also participate in the judging.
This season sees themes like Cirque Du Soleil, SFX: Doctor Who, Instagram Filters, London Fashion Week, and more, leading to the finale Masterclasses, where the finalists battle it out to see who will come out on top.
The Girl in the Mirror
The Girl in the Mirror is a nine-episode Spanish supernatural thriller that has recently been released. Created by Sergio G. Sánchez for Netflix, the series stars Mireia Oriol, Álex Villazán, Pol Monen, Claudia Roset, Javier Morgade, Nil Cardoner, María Caballero, Milena Smit, and Elena Irureta.
Alma (Oriol) is the sole survivor of a bus crash but has no memory of the accident or her life before. Amnesia and trauma cause her to suffer from night terrors and visions that she is unable to piece together. Her family and friends, people she has no memory of, try to help her unravel the mysterious accident and regain memories of her life.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe season 3
The animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe’s third season is now available to stream. The computer-animated series, developed by Rob David, is the reimagining of the 1983 series.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe finds Prince Adam separated from his father, King Randor, and eventually discovers a power sword that transforms him into He-Man. It is up to He-Man and his rookie squad of brave heroes to come against Skeletor, a demonic tyrant, and save Eternia and Castle Grayskull.
Junior Baking Show season 6
The sixth season of the Junior Baking Show is ready to watch on the streamer. A spin-off of The Great British Baking Show, the junior version puts tiny bakers against one another to see who is the best. This season is hosted by Harry Hill and judged by Liam Charles and Ravneet Gill.
The young bakers, aged nine to 12, enthusiastically tackle each day, making bread, biscuits, cakes, street food, and more, working their way to the finale week.
Which of these Netflix shows will you be checking out this weekend? Share your picks in the comments!