The Netflix streaming library is adding new titles every weekend. This weekend, nine of them will be added to the roster. The new Netflix lineup will arrive on Friday. It includes seven new and returning Netflix original series and films as well as documentaries. Zac Efron brings it down to earthA new true crime title Capturing the Killer Nursing.
Netflix offers three subscription plans – the basic plan $10 per month), the standard plan ($15.50 per month), and the premium plan ($20 per month). Recently, the streamer launched a new feature: “Netflix Free Section,”Non-subscribers can watch some of the most popular originals on Netflix at no charge. Keep scrolling for all the Netflix titles coming this weekend. And don’t forget the ones that are leaving Netflix at the end of each month.
“Capturing Killer Nurse”
Netflix’s true crime library has a new addition this weekend. The streamer will debut Friday, November 11th. Capturing the Killer Nursing. Based on The Good NurseCharles Graeber’s best-selling novel is now being retold as a Netflix movie starring Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne and others. The documentary focuses on Charles Cullen’s investigation. A registered nurse, Cullen became a serial killer and trusted his fellow nurses at Somerset Medical Center in New Jersey. Cullen was responsible for the murder of hundreds at multiple Northeast medical facilities.
Season 2 of ‘Down To Earth with Zac Efron’: Down Under
Zac Efron is open to taking subscribers from all over the globe. The Netflix series starring Zac Efron will be available on Friday Zac Efron brings it down to earth It returns for its second season. Originally launching in July 2020. The series follows Darin Olien (actor and wellness expert) as he travels in search for healthy and sustainable ways of living. “investigate the ways people are taking action toward a sustainable future.”Season 2: The pair travels to Australia.
‘Is That Too Black for You
Netflix has enlisted the assistance of Elvis Mitchell, a historian and culture critic, to track the history and revolutions of Black cinema. Friday marks the official debut. Is that Black Enough?? “examines the craft and power of cinema from a perspective often overlooked: the African American contribution to films released from the landmark era of the 70s”Offers and other information “deep dive into the impact that point of view had on movies, as well as popular culture, and serves as a love letter to film, posing questions that have never been asked, let alone answered.”
What is the weekend’s other news?
Ancient Apocalypse – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Don’t Leave – NETFLIX FILM
Laguna Beach: Seasons 1-2
Monica, O My Darling – NETFLIX FILM
My Father’s Dragon – NETFLIX FILM
What are you leaving behind this weekend?
Netflix will be saying goodbye to multiple titles this weekend. Friday will see the end of Netflix’s multiple titles. I Will Do Anything for You will exit. It will be followed shortly by the departure Scary Movie 5On Sunday, several titles will be withdrawn.
America’s Next Top Model: Seasons 21-22
Survivor: Season 16: Micronesia
Survivor Season 37: David vs. Goliath
The Green Inferno
Donald Glover: Weirdo
Goosebumps Seasons 1-4
What did you add this week?
Deepa & Anoop: Season 2 – NETFLIX FAMILY
Behind Every Star – NETFLIX SERIES
The Claus Family 2 – NETFLIX FILM
Minions & More Volume 2
Neal Brennan: Blocks – NETFLIX COMEDY
Triviaverse – NETFLIX SPECIAL
Angels & Demons
The Crown: Season 5 – NETFLIX SERIES
FIFA Uncovered – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
The Railway Man
The Soccer Football Movie – NETFLIX FILM
Falling for Christmas – NETFLIX FILM
Lost Bullet 2 – NETFLIX FILM
Love Never Lies: Destination Sardinia – NETFLIX SERIES
State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Warrior Nun: Season 2 – NETFLIX SERIES