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What’s New On Netflix This Week: ‘The Circle,’ ‘My Love’ & More

Netflix’s hit reality show is back — and that’s not the only must-watch show hitting the streaming service this week.

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My Love: Six Stories Of True Love

Six longtime couples from different parts of the world share their love stories in this sweet, heartfelt docuseries.

Coming April 13

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Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!

Jamie Foxx returns to his sitcom roots in this new original comedy series about a single dad (Foxx) who has to adjust his lifestyle after his teenage daughter (Kyla Drew) moves in with him.

Coming April 14

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The Circle: Season 2

The Circle was among last year’s most addicting reality series. Now it’s back for a second season, with a whole new cast of (sometimes pseudonymous) characters fighting for popularity.

Coming April 14

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Why Did You Kill Me?

In Netflix’s latest true crime doc, a mother goes to extraordinary lengths to learn who murdered her 24-year-old daughter.

Coming April 14

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Dark City Beneath The Beat

This musical documentary shines a spotlight on the Baltimore club scene and its role in the city’s recent renaissance.

Coming April 15

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Into The Beat

In what looks like a German throwback to early-’00s dance movies, a teenage ballerina discovers hip hop, and must decide whether to pursue her new passion or stay the course.

Coming April 16

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Why Are You Like This

A trio of socially-conscious-yet-self-absorbed twenty-somethings navigate modern life in this new Australian comedy series.

Coming April 16

Focus Features

The Zookeeper’s Wife

This 2017 drama is based on the real-life Polish couple Jan and Antonina Żabiński, who used the Warsaw Zoo — where Jan was director — to safely hide hundreds of Jews during the Holocaust.

Coming April 16

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Arlo the Alligator Boy

This animated musical movie, featuring voice acting from Tony Hale, Jonathan Van Ness, Jennifer Coolidge, and more, will set up the new series I ❤️ ️Arlo.

Coming April 16

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