With summer break nearing, new sources of entertainment to pass your newly found free time are needed. Whether it’s movies, music, or TV shows that you can binge watch, there are plenty of things you can use to occupy your time and keep yourself entertained.
As far as what’s out right now, there are plenty of new shows on Netflix that you can binge watch whenever you’d like. For example; new to Netflix in March was; “Flint Town” a documentary series on the crisis going on in Flint, Michigan.
Also there was “Jessica Jones” Season 2, a new marvel show with a strong female lead. Lastly recently added was “Santa Clarita Diet” Season 2, a Netflix original. Coming to Netflix this May is season 4 of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” another Netflix original which is a sitcom about a girl, Kimmy Schmidt, adjusting to her new life in NYC. Coming soon to Netflix as well is the second season to the popular Netflix original “13 Reasons Why” based on the young adult novel written by Jay Asher.
For albums, Cardi B has just recently dropped her new album on April 6th, “Invasion of Privacy,” with 13 songs on it. The album has received great reviews and features her famous “Bodak Yellow,” and “Bartier Cardi.” The album went to the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart after the first week. Also, The Weeknd just dropped a surprise EP titled, “My Dear Melancholy,”. In addition, Charlie Puth’s new album, “Voicenotes” is coming out May 11.
When it comes to movies, there are plenty of highly anticipated ones coming out this summer. Two movies to look forward to are “Avengers: Infinity War” (April 27th) and “The Incredibles 2” (June 15th). Each of these movies have been a long-awaited, as sequels to extremely popular movies. Also, coming out this summer is “Ocean’s 8” which has an all female cast, featuring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna and Helena Bonham Carter. This is an American heist comedy film and is set to be released June 8th.
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