Netflix has returned with an all-new lineup of shows, movies and animated TV for the week. Netflix is the biggest video streaming platform in the world. The Nigerian counterpart of Netflix has a huge library of shows and films from across the globe. The unending choices of shoes can satisfy the entertainment needs of every viewer. Starting this week, the Nigeria counterpart of Netflix will feature these new titles for their Audience.
ONE: Arnold. The first title on the list is a Docuseries based on the life of Athlete, Actor and Politician Arnold Schwarzenegger. The multi-episodic docuseries will dive into the multifaceted life of the media personality. The docuseries will start streaming on Netflix Nigeria on June 7.
TWO: Never Have I Ever, Season 4. The much-loved Netflix original is returning to the TV Screens of the Audience. It is the final season, It’s finally senior year, and Devi and her friends are facing college decisions. Meanwhile, The characters need to figure out who they really are and deal with unrequited crushes. Question is: Are they ready for the future? The final season will start streaming on Netflix Nigeria on June 8
THREE: Human Resources Season 2. In this chaotic second season of the Big Mouth spinoff, the creatures at Human Resources will have their hands full. They are working with a new batch of humans experiencing different romantic entanglements. The second season will start streaming on June 9
FOUR: The Playing Card Killer. The show consists of interviews with journalists, police officers, psychologists and some archival footage. This docuseries explores the ruthless murders committed by a man nicknamed The Playing Card Killer. The Docuseries Premiers on the streaming platform on June 9
FIVE: Bloodhounds is a story of Three men joining forces to defeat a ruthless loan shark who targets people in desperate financial situations.
SIX: You Do You. Faced with eviction, Merve starts a new job – and finds herself in an interesting entanglement with her boss. She had butted heads with him during a random first encounter.
SEVEN: The woman King, In the 1800s, the formidable General Nanisca trains a new generation of female warriors to defend the kingdom of Dahomey against its enemies.