Best new TV shows this week on Netflix: May 28, 2021

Lucifer Season 5B is now available to stream on Netflix

It’s been a week of originals with new TV shows on Netflix this week, especially the return of a devilishly popular original that subscribers were dying to see.

Here are this week’s best new TV shows on Netflix:


Lucifer (Season 5B) No

Seasons: 5 | Consequences: 83
Genre: Crime, Drama, Fantasy | Running time: 42 minutes
Occupation: Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, Lesley-Ann Brandt, DB Woodside

The second half of season five was supposed to be the very last season of Lucifer, but fans can now enjoy the remaining episodes of the season knowing that more Luci is on the way in the near future.

The coming of God shakes Lucifer and Chloe’s relationship as the Almighty tries to reconnect with his estranged sons. Meanwhile, plans from God left Michael to make plans in the Silver City.


The Kominsky Method (Season 3) No

Seasons: 3 | Consequences: 24
Genre: Comedy, Drama | Running time: 30 minutes
Occupation: Michael Douglas, Sarah Baker, Alan Arkin, Nancy Travis, Graham Rogers

Chuck Lorre’s comedy may be short-lived, but as one of the most successful Netflix original comedies to date, it will have a lasting impact. Fans will be saddened that Alan Arkin doesn’t repeat his role as Norman Newlander in season three, but that is what the story touches on.

Sandy Kominsky, once a renowned actor but now retired, teaches acting at his studio, The Kominsky Method. Sandy falls in love with one of his students and lacks the skills to build a relationship. Meanwhile, Norman Newlander, a friend and agent of Sandy, is battling the deaths of his wife and drug addict daughter.


Eden (Season 1) No

Seasons: 1 | Consequences: 4th
Genre: Animation, action, adventure | Running time: 25 minutes
Occupation: Kyôko Hikami, Kentarô Itô, Marika Kôno

Netflix isn’t shy about debuting new anime series with surprisingly few episodes for season one. So if you are looking for a short but extremely enjoyable high, you shouldn’t sleep in the Eden this weekend.

Thousands of years in the future, humanity has long since disappeared and is occupied exclusively by robots. But when a little girl wakes up and is raised by two likeable robots, a manhunt begins in which the leader of all robots tries to maintain his idea of ​​a perfect and human-free world.


Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (Season 3) No

Seasons: 3 | Consequences: 113
Genre: Action, Adventure | Running time: 30 minutes
Occupation: Daisuke Ono, Toshiyuki Morikawa, Yuuki Ono, Takahiro Sakurai, Wataru Takagi

After a long wait, the next exciting story by Jojo’s bizarre adventureDiamond is Unbreakable is now available to stream on Netflix.

As a marine biologist, Jotaro Kujo comes to the sleepy and peaceful town of Morioh, where he meets Josuke Higashikata, the illegitimate child of his grandfather Joseph Joestar.


Masters of Nothing (Season 3) No

Seasons: 3 | Consequences: 25th
Genre: Comedy, Drama | Running time: 30 minutes
Occupation: Aziz Ansari, Eric Wareheim, Lena Waithe, Noël Wells, Kelvin Yu

It’s been four years since the second season hit Netflix, and for a while there was concern that we would never get a third season of the Emmy-winning comedy.

Loosley is based on the real-life experience of comedian Aziz Ansari, Master of None follows Dev, a struggling New York actor who can’t make up his mind what he wants both professionally and personally.


What new TV show are you going to see on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments below!

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