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A frankly horrifying new true crime drama from Korea, some astonishing new anime hits and daredevil comedy from the Jackass gang – this week’s Netflix selection of new releases is shaping up to be full of bingeable new content.
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While it has been reported that the streaming giant had lost subscribers for the first time this year, Netflix still boast a reported 213 million subscribers worldwide, and they are adding some crackers this week in May to ensure they’ll continue to be the market leader for streaming.
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May has already been jam packed with some fabulous content, with Our Father, Senior Year and El Marginal proving to be a hit with viewers.
However, the best is yet to come, so settle into your couch and check out the 10 best new releases being added to Netflix this week.
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The Photographer: Murder in Pinamar focuses on the harrowing case of Argentinian José Luis Cabezas, a news photographer and reporter who worked for Noticias, a leading local news magazine.
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Cyber Hell is a documentary that focuses on secret online chat rooms that became one of Korea's biggest sex crimes ever.
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