Netflix Is Adding A Ton Of Additional TV Content In The Coming Week (Including More ‘Louie’ And ‘Family Guy’)
Netflix is a revolving door of movie and television content, particularly on the streaming side of things. Though titles often disappear from availability, new ones are also frequently added. Sometimes these come in the form of Netflix original shows or even exclusive access to certain programming, but sometimes it’s just older titles that many find to be still worth watching.
Content is added to Netflix streaming each week, and it can be difficult to keep up with what’s available all the time. With that, here’s a look at some new additions.
Note: This is for the U.S.
The coming week is going to see a whole lot of additional television content coming to Netflix, including a lot of reality television. It’s not all reality though. You will find additional episodes of Louie and Family Guy, for example. Here are some of the things that you’ll see become available for streaming very soon.
Available on 9/23:
My Bride is a Mermaid: Season 1
This anime television series follows the adventures of Nagasumi, a boy who agrees to marry lovely mermaid Sun after she saves him from drowning — only to discover that Sun’s father is a merman gangster who rules an undersea criminal underworld. Now as Sun hides her true identity and squares off against old rivals on land, Nagasumi must dodge assassination attempts and other attacks initiated by Sun’s ferocious father.
Available on 9/24:
Family Guy: Season 10
In Seth MacFarlane’s no-holds-barred animated show, buffoonish Peter Griffin and his dysfunctional family experience wacky misadventures, from kidnapping the Pope to being forced to put up scythe-bearing Death for a few days after he breaks his leg.
Last Man Standing: Seasons 1-2
Mike Baxter likes to think of himself as a man’s man, but after his wife returns to work and her career takes off, he finds himself in charge of parenting their three lively daughters and trying to figure out how to stay afloat in all the estrogen.
Available on 9/26:
Cake Boss: Seasons 5-6
Master baker Buddy Valastro is the spirited, dedicated boss at Carlo’s Bake Shop in Hoboken, N.J., where he and his extended family turn out one-of-a-kind confectionery creations and abundant culinary drama in this popular reality series.
Deadly Women: Season 5
This Investigation Discovery series explores the motives and methods of female murderers, delving deep into their psyches. While men are often driven by anger and impulse, women usually have more complex, long-term reasons to kill.
Disappeared: Season 5
Determine whether a missing person has vanished voluntarily — or become a victim of foul play — in these gripping real-life cases. Experts examine evidence leading up to the disappearance, revealing sometimes tragic, sometimes uplifting outcomes.
Hoarding: Buried Alive: Season 3
TLC goes inside the lives of compulsive hoarders to explore the psychological obsession to accumulate and save everyday things. Each episode tells the stories of two hoarders struggling to battle the behavior that threatens to destroy their lives.
I (Almost) Got Away with It: Seasons 3-4
Murderers, drug dealers, bank robbers or jail escapees. The stories are different, but the motive is always the same: to stay out of prison. See what pushed these fugitives to their crimes, and how they changed their identities to evade the law.
Little People, Big World: Season 1
Beginning with the pilot “Little People, Big Dreams” in 2005 and continuing with this reality series, viewers have watched the Roloff family struggle to make their way in a world where size does matter — especially when you’re four feet tall. On their Oregon farm and in the world at large, mom and dad Matt and Amy and kids Zach, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob overcome many obstacles — from seeing over bank counters to playing sports.
Louie: Season 3
Written and directed by comic Louis C.K. — who plays a fictionalized version of himself — this FX series eschews sitcom structure for a loose format that lets single dad Louie be his irascible self — through vignettes, club performances and more.
MythBusters: Collection 10
Fearless hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman take viewers on an eye-opening — and often explosive — journey as they examine some of the most commonly held beliefs in popular science and culture.
Nightmare Next Door: Seasons 3-4
Brutality can emerge from even the closest community, as seen in this series that investigates violent murders that rocked small-town America. Gripping profiles of puzzling cases feature interviews, dramatizations and archival footage.
Oddities: Season 3
Obscura in New York’s East Village is renowned for having some of the most eccentric antique pieces found anywhere, plus with an assortment of unique patrons who are just as outlandish as the merchandise.
Pit Boss: Season 5
Shorty, a workaholic with a devilish sense of humor and quick temper, balances two jobs — running Shortywood Productions, a Hollywood talent management company for little people, as well as Shorty’s Rescue, his pit bull rescue.
Twisted: Season 1
After serving five years for killing his aunt, charming teen Danny Desai returns home to enroll in high school and reconnect with old friends. But he finds himself under suspicion when a new murder haunts his hometown.
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta: Season 3
Southern charm comes to this familiar series. Set in the nation’s largest full-service bridal salon, viewers go behind the scenes at Bridal’s by Lori to see what each bride goes through to find the perfect wedding dress.
Say Yes to the Dress: Seasons 6-7
Dreams come true at Manhattan’s famous Kleinfeld Bridal boutique in this TLC reality series, which chronicles the daily retail drama as staff members bust their booties to accommodate clients’ outsized expectations and oversized budgets. Demanding brides, bossy relatives, last-minute weight gains, outlandish requests and catfight-provoking sales guarantee that there’s never a dull moment in this high-stakes salon.
See more recent additions here.
We’re still waiting for word on the addition of the last seasons of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Sons of Anarchy. With the addition of the latest season of Louie and the previous season of The League (both FX shows), it seems likely that we’ll be seeing them in the near future.
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