Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story 

I am not-so-patiently awaiting the third season of Bridgerton, which will place Nicola Coughlan’s Penelope at its centre, but I’m also more than happy to bide my time with a prequel series set in the same world from Shonda Rhimes herself. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story follows the imitable monarch (India Amarteifio) as she falls in love with King George III (Corey Mylchreest) and transforms society from her place on the throne. Stars series Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte), Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury) and Ruth Gemmell (Bridgerton family matriarch Violet) reprise their roles from the OG series as well.

Available: May 4

The Mother 

I’ve got three words for you: Jennifer. Lopez. Assassin. You’re in, right? Just in time for the holiday, Lopez stars in The Mother as a deadly assassin who gave up her newborn daughter, then went into hiding in order to protect the child she could only love from a distance. But, years later, when her past catches up to her, she’ll stop at nothing to make sure her child stays safe.

Available: May 12

Queer Eye (Season 7) 

The Fab Five are back for a seventh (!) season of Queer Eye transformations. This time around, Tan, Jonathan, Karamo, Bobby and Antoni are hitting New Orleans to help a new set of people—while making us cry at home, of course.

Available: May 12

Black Knight

The year is 2071, and, in South Korean drama Black Knight, it’s a dystopian world that is so full of harmful air pollution, it’s impossible to go without a respirator. In Korea, the peninsula is now a dried-up wasteland, and the only people keeping the country’s dwindling population alive are specialized delivery drivers (called Black Knights) who transport essential goods. Fed up with the status quo, a legendary Black Knight known only as 5-8 (Kim Woo-bin) sets out to make this new world order a more fair place for refugees who are being targeted by the wealthy.

Available: May 12


If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably watched an action movie or two, in which entire cities—or countries—get totally decimated, unable to think about anything other than the logistics of how society rebuilds after the credits roll. Mulligan, an adult animated series from the team behind The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and 30 Rock, seeks to explore that dilemma (satirically, obviously) after a widespread alien attack. Nat Faxon, Chrissy Teigen, Tina Fey, Sam Richardson, Dana Carvey, Ayo Edebiri and Daniel Radcliffe are among the actors lending their voices to the series.

Available: May 12

Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me

From her first appearance in Playboy in 1992, model and actress became a beloved public figure for her charisma, sex appeal, generosity and wit—while also being targeted by the tabloids—until her tragic death in 2007. Now, a new documentary, Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me explores who the person behind the front-facing personality truly was using never-before-seen footage, home videos and interviews with the people who knew her best.

Available: May 16

XO, Kitty

Move over, Lara Jean Covey—To All the Boys fans miss you, but now it’s Kitty’s time to shine. XO, Kitty serves as a sequel series to the popular rom-com trilogy and follows the youngest Covey sister (played by Canadian Anna Cathcart) as she moves to South Korea to attend school—and reunite with her long-distance boyfriend. Considering the fact that Kitty is basically responsible for Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky getting together, who can even imagine the kind of shenanigans she’ll get up to while away from home?

Available: May 18

Selling Sunset (Season 6) 

The Oppenheim Group is back for more real estate drama—although, you know it’s never just about the luxe houses—in season six of Selling Sunset, and changes are coming. Things pick up after Chrishell Stause’s split from Jason Oppenheim, while polarizing figure Christine Quinn has left both the brokerage and the series. Fans can expect to see new faces at the office as well.

Available: May 19

The Ultimatum: Queer Love 

Reality TV obsessives are already very familiar with The Ultimatum, a show in which couples come together with one person issuing a demand: It’s time for us to get married, or else. The Ultimatum: Queer Love takes that premise, but is focused on five couples made up of women and non-binary people who have just eight weeks to decide if they’ll take the next step in their relationship.

Available: May 24

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Season 3)

If you aren’t familiar with the goofy—and hilarious—delights of I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson, now’s the time to change that. The unique sketch series is back for season three and is doing what it does best: making fun of life’s most mundane and cringiest experiences.

Available: May 30

Everything Else Coming to Netflix Canada in May 2023

Available May 1 

3 Ninjas: Kick Back

American Gangster

Blood Quantum

The Butterfly Effect

Fifty Shades of Grey


Hell or High Water


How to Be Single

Little Fockers

Meet the Fockers

Meet the Parents

Pacific Rim

Rainbow High: Season 3

Simply Irresistible 



Stuart Little

Available May 2

Love Village (Netflix Series)

The Tailor (Netflix Series)

Available May 3

Jewish Matchmaking (Netflix Series)

Available May 4

The Flash: Season 9

Larva Family (Netflix Family)

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (Netflix Series)

Sanctuary (Netflix Series)

Available May 7 

Mamma Mia!

Available May 8

Spirit Rangers: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

Available May 9

Hannah Gadsby: Something Special (Netflix Comedy)

Available May 10

Dance Brothers (Netflix Series)

Missing: Dead or Alive? (Netflix Documentary)

Queen Cleopatra (Netflix Documentary)

Available May 11

Royalteen: Princess Margrethe (Netflix Film)

Ultraman: Season 3 (Netflix Anime)

Available May 12

Black Knight (Netflix Series)

Call Me Kate

The Mother (Netflix Film)

Mulligan (Netflix Series)

Queer Eye: Season 7 (Netflix Series)

Available May 14

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Available May 15

Book Club

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Nitro Rush

Side Effects


Wind River

Available May 16

Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me (Netflix Documentary)

Instant Family


Ted 2

Available May 17

Faithfully Yours (Netflix Film)

Fanfic (Netflix Film)

McGREGOR FOREVER (Netflix Documentary)

Rhythm + Flow France: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Working: What We Do All Day (Netflix Documentary)

Available May 18

Kitti Katz (Netflix Family)

XO, Kitty (Netflix Series)

Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune (Netflix Series)

Available May 19

Kathal – A Jackfruit Mystery (Netflix Film)

Muted (Netflix Series)

Selling Sunset: Season 6 (Netflix Series)

Young, Famous & African: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Available May 21

A Dark Truth

Jack Reacher

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

You’ve Got Mail

Available May 22

The Boss Baby

The Creature Cases: Chapter 3 (Netflix Family)

Available May 23

MerPeople (Netflix Documentary)

Victim/Suspect (Netflix Documentary)

Wanda Sykes: I’m An Entertainer (Netflix Comedy)

Available May 24

Hard Feelings (Netflix Film)

Mother’s Day (Netflix Film)

Rhythm + Flow France: Season 2 (Netflix Series) (new episodes)

The Ultimatum: Queer Love (Netflix Series)

Available May 25

FUBAR (Netflix Series)

Available May 26

Barbecue Showdown: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Blood & Gold (Netflix Film)

Tin & Tina (Netflix Film)

Turn of the Tide (Netflix Series)

Available May 28


Available May 30

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson: Season 3 (Netflix Comedy)

Available May 31


Mixed by Erry (Netflix Film)

Rhythm + Flow France: Season 2 (Netflix Series) (new episodes)

The Ultimatum: Queer Love (Netflix Series) (new episodes)