April is a nice start to the season of spring, but May is when things really warm up and bloom and the weather outside becomes intoxicating.
So it's a good thing Netflix announced its new titles for the month of May or you might be tempted to go outside. And that's gross.
Our boyfriend Netflix has unveiled the movies and TV shows streaming next month so pull up a chair and if you don't have a chair steal it from the nearest child, and check out the most exciting additions to the service that has caused a gigantic spike in anti-social introverts all over the world.
If you want the bad news first, scroll down and see the 50 plus titles that Netflix is kicking to the curb come May. But if you want the good news first, keep reading directly below to see the new stuff:
1. Legally Blonde
Still holds up. We love you, Elle!
2. Legally Blonde 2: Red White & Blonde
It's definitely not as good as the original, but it has Sally Field so we're fine with it.
3. The Longest Week
Talk about your dream cast: Olivia Wilde, Jason Bateman and Jenny Slate? Sign us up! BTW, there a sign-up sheet for this kind of thing?
4. Fruitvale Station
Remember when everyone wouldn't stop talking about wonderful this movie was? Well, now you can see what all the buzz was about.
Let's be clear: this movie is ridiculous. But it's just the right amount of ridiculous to entertain us.
6. Inglourious Basterds
Come for Brad Pitt's accent, stay for Michael Fassbender in uniform. Yum.
7. Antarctica: A Year On Ice
Watch this so the next time someone says "I am literally freezing" you can be like, "Really? Literally? Because I've seen what it means to be 'literally freezing' and you are not it."
8. Love and Honor
We could not tell you one single thing about the plot but it has Liam Hemsworth so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
9. Welcome to the Punch
This one is for the James McAvoy groupies out there. And as acting president of the groupie club, we demand you watch this movie.
10. Before I Go to Sleep
Starring Colin Firth. That's all you need to know.
11. Dance Moms
We just love to hate-watch this series. It's so bad it's good for us.
See reasoning above.
"Aaron Tveit is often shirtless" should be the tagline.
Unfortunately, Netflix has to make room for all these new gems, so over 50 titles will no longer be available on the streaming service next month. Here is your list or removals, which is subject to change, and we'll be sure to update it as we find out more info. Unless otherwise noted, all titles will be gone starting May 1:
12 Dogs of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue
1428 (May 6)
A Knight's Tale
Airplane II: The Sequel
All I Want for Christmas
Along Came Polly
An American Haunting
Baby Genius: The Four Seasons
Baby Genius: Underwater Adventures
Boys Don't Cry
Bratz Babyz: The Movie
Bridezillas: Season 9 (May 17)
Buffalo Girls (May 15)
Call Me Claus
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film
Cecil B. Demented
Cloud 9 (May 17)
Dane Cook: Rough Around the Edges: Live from Madison Square Garden (May 17)
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (May 5)
Divine Secrets of the Ya¬Ya Sisterhood
Flight (May 2)
Frank Skinner: Live from Birmingham's National Indoor Arena (May 5)
Friday the 13th: Part 7: The New Blood
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (May 13)
Fun Size (May 16)
Grimm's Snow White (May 12)
Grumpy Old Women Live (May 5)
Ichi the Killer
Into the Blue 2: The Reef
Life Is Beautiful
No Woman, No Cry (May 20)
Red Dawn (May 19)
RoboCop Romancing the Stone
Robot & Frank (May 12)
Russell Kane: Smokescreens & Castles Live (May 5)
Silent House (May 23)
Skyfall (May 5)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze
The Brothers Bloom
The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (May 31)
The Jewel of the Nile
The New Guy (May 28)
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (May 3)
The Secret of NIMH
True Justice: Season 1
Prepare for another month of avoiding human interaction and risking bed sores all in the name of binge-watching!