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What's New To Netflix The Week Of August 17

Get ready New Girl fans, a new Jake Johnson series is headed to the platform.

Netflix

DeMarcus Family Rules

Party like its the 2000s with this new celebrity family reality show featuring the wild home life of Rascal Flatts' bass player Jay DeMarcus and his former beauty queen wife, Allison DeMarcus.

Coming Aug. 19

Netflix

High Score

This new original docuseries tracks the evolution of video games from their humble arcade origins to the massive $100 billion dollar industry it is today.

Coming Aug. 19

Netflix

Biohackers

If you are one of the many Netflix subscribers who became hooked on Dark, then this fellow German sci-fi series could become your next obsession. It's about a medical student who uncovers a family conspiracy involving a brilliant biologist.

Coming Aug. 20

Wolfe Video

Good Kisser

In this 2019 indie drama, a lesbian couple attempts to spice up their relationship by spending a weekend with a third woman, but they end up learning a lot more about themselves than intended.

Coming Aug. 20

Netflix

John Was Trying to Contact Aliens

This warmhearted documentary offers a look at the life of amateur space broadcaster John Shepherd, who spent over 30 years trying to contact aliens from a home in rural Michigan.

Coming Aug. 20

Netflix

Hoops

This raunchy new Netflix original animated series follows an abrasive high school basketball coach (Jake Johnson) who dreams of using his lackluster job as a springboard to a NBA coaching career.

Coming Aug. 21

Netflix

Lucifer: Season 5

Technically, these eight episodes constitute just half of the "Devil in L.A." series' fifth season, as the latter half of the season won't be released until a yet-to-be-revealed future date. Regardless, the new season sees Lucifer return to Earth after retreating to Hell in the Season 4 finale... but something seems off.

Coming Aug. 21

Dark Sky Films

1BR

This acclaimed 2019 horror-thriller follows a young woman who moves into a Los Angeles apartment that turns out to be a nightmare — and not just because of the city's ridiculously high rents.

Coming Aug. 23

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