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Top 14 NetFlix TV Shows for May 2022



Top 14 NetFlix TV Shows for May 2022

While we are waiting for the summer season, I thought of creating special Top 14 Netflix TV shows for May 2022. Of course, as soon as I have published this post, all the TV shows will change. However, since it takes NetFlix users around 18 months (on average) to finish a series, it is easy to make this kind of “prediction.”

1. Sex Education

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The Netflix original series Sex Education is a comedy-drama that follows the lives of teenagers Otis (Asa Butterfield), Maeve (Emma Mackey), and their friends at boarding school together. The show was created by Laurie Nunn and set in the United Kingdom.

It follows Otis as he tries to navigate his way through his first year of college while also learning how to deal with the fact that he’s gay, which isn’t easy for him because no one knows about it yet!

He also has feelings for a girl named Izzy, who happens to be dating his best friend Eric, but she doesn’t know yet either!

Tops My List of NetFlix TV Shows for May 2022

2. Undercover

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For those who like sexy thrillers, this one is for you. Two undercover agents are married and sent on missions together. In the end, however, they have to take each other down. The twists and turns will keep you on the edge of your seat and be an excellent movie for those looking for something different from the typical spy film.

3. The Rain

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The Rain is a Danish post-apocalyptic web television series created by Jannik Tai Mosholt, Esben Toft Jacobsen, and Christian Potalivo. It premiered on Netflix on May 4, 2018.

The series follows a group of survivors in the aftermath of a virus that has killed most humans in Scandinavia. The survivors must contend with an increasing number of disease carriers who have become violent and cannibalistic due to the virus’ effects on their brain chemistry.

The show has received positive reviews from critics, who praised its atmosphere and performances, particularly those of Alba August as Mikaela and Jonas Hoff Oftebro as Rasmus. It was renewed for a second season before its premiere, which began streaming on December 6th, 2018

4. Riverdale


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Based on the Archie comics, Riverdale follows four high school students who find themselves caught up in the murder of Jason Blossom. This show features a familiar cast of young actors, including KJ Apa (Archie,) Camila Mendes (Veronica,) and Lili Reinhart (Betty.) The season 3 finale aired in March 2022 and ended with significant cliffhangers!

5. The Flash

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The Flash is a sci-fi/superhero-based series that follows the story of Barry Allen, a forensic scientist who becomes the fastest man alive after a freak accident. It’s a spin-off of Arrow created by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Geoff Johns. The show premiered on October 7th, 2014, on The CW network in America.

This show is full of action, drama, and suspense as we see our hero battle terrible guys across time with his super-speed powers, only to return home to his family, where he needs to keep them safe from any danger that may come their way as well as keeping his secret identity hidden from everyone else around him!

Fifth on My list of NetFlix TV Shows for May 2022

6. Special OPS

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You may have heard of Special Ops, the Bollywood web series based on true stories from India’s elite special forces. This show follows a group of professionals working together to accomplish their missions and save lives. The first season was released in 2020, and its second installment came out in 2021.

Huma Qureshi is one of the stars of this show. She plays a doctor who joins the elite force after her father dies in action and begins to question her own beliefs about the war when she discovers a secret about his death. Kay Kay Menon also stars as another member of Special Ops; an experienced soldier tasked with training recruits for their missions.

7. F is for Family

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F is for Family is an adult animated sitcom created by Bill Burr and Michael Price and produced by Gaumont International Television and Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Television. The show is set in the early 1970s, a time Burr has referred to as a “simpler time.”

The series follows Frank Murphy (voiced by Bill Burr), his wife Sue (Laura Dern), and their three kids Kevin (Justin Long), Sue Ellen (Allison Janney), and Maureen (Mo Collins). Each episode features short vignettes centered around one or more family members going through some issue in their lives.

The show has received critical acclaim from critics, who have praised its humor and characters while criticizing its lack of plot progression through its first season.

8. Stranger Things 4

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The fourth season of the Netflix show Stranger Things will be released on July 4th, 2022. This comes just a year after the third season’s release in July 2021, so fans are excited to see what happens next.

Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) has grown up since we last saw him as a child in Season 1, but he remains an essential character in this story. His mother, Joyce (Winona Ryder), is also back to take care of Will, and she still knows that something happened to him during his disappearance into The Upside Down. He continues having visions about it and waking up at night covered in blood and screaming for his mommy, who comes running to comfort him and make sure nothing terrible happens again.

Other important characters from past seasons return, including Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin), Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer), Jonathan Byers (Charlie Heaton), and Barbara Holland-Luxford/Barb Holland-Luxford (Shannon Purser).

What Happens in Stranger Things 4?

We don’t know much about what happens in this next installment yet because we haven’t seen any trailers or clips from it yet. Still, some rumors are floating around online about what might happen based on clues given by creators Ross Duffer and Shawn Levy during interviews or their posts on social media sites like Twitter, where they often talk about work behind the scenes of their shows, such as Stranger Things 4 coming out soon! We’ll keep updating our list once more information becomes available, so stay tuned!

9. Ozark final season

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Ozark is a dark drama series on Netflix. The story is about a financial adviser who must relocate his family to the Ozarks to launder $500 million in five years. The first season was released in 2017 and received high praise from critics, earning an 89% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 27 reviews with an average rating of 8/10.

10. Russian Doll Season 2.

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In Russian Doll, Natasha Lyonne plays Nadia Vulvokov, a woman who finds herself dying and being reborn in a loop every time she dies. In each iteration, she explores her own identity and gets closer to finding the truth about what’s happening to her.

The show is co-created by Lyonne and Alan Yang (of Master of None fame) and has been described as “a surreal meditation on mortality.” It’s equal parts funny, thrilling and thought-provoking – so if you’re looking for something that balances humor with deeper themes, then this one should be right up your alley!

The cast also includes Greta Lee (Gremlins 2: The New Batch) as Yevgenia Klyushinin; Elizabeth Ashley (Dead Poets Society) as Mia Tindel; Zazie Beetz (Atlanta) as Sophie; David Cross (Arrested Development) as Clarence Clemons; Peter Hermann (The Affair) as Gabe; Maribeth Monroe (Workaholics) as Laura Dernishko; Alysia Reiner (Ozark) as Katya Zamolodchikova & Brandon Scott Jones (Crashing).

11. Never Have I Ever

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If you’re in the mood for a light-hearted comedy, Never Have I Ever is just what you need. The show focuses on Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), a 15-year-old Indian American teenage girl living in California.

To connect with her parents and fit into her new surroundings, she takes inspiration from her own culture and pop culture icons like Miranda Sings, Amy Poehler, and Sandra Bullock.

The story follows Devi as she navigates through high school while balancing the demands of friendships and family life while keeping up with her studies.

12. The Lincoln Lawyer

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The Lincoln Lawyer follows the exploits of lawyer Michael “Mickey” Haller (Matthew McConaughey), who specializes in defending clients on various criminal cases. Mickey has to take the case pro bono after his client cannot pay him anything, but he faces off against a very determined prosecutor Kate Costas (Marisa Tomei). He’s been able to get away with it until he supports Louis Roulet (Ryan Phillippe), accused of beating up his wealthy father, who then dies from his injuries. The film does not pull any punches when it comes to showing how dirty Los Angeles can be, as witnessed when Mickey goes inside the prison system for one of his clients in there so that they can meet without any legal issues arising later down the line.

The TV series version of The Lincoln Lawyer was developed by Bryan Furst and Richard Shepard and premiered on USA Network on October 21st, 2017, with Jay Ali playing law student Raul Bova while Steven Pasquale played Mickey Haller’s brother Frank. The show ran for two seasons before being canceled due to low ratings. Still, many believe that this could have been due more than anything else because USA Network had changed its programming schedule around this time, so viewers were having trouble finding their favorite shows anymore!

13. Lucifer 5 A (Final Season)

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In the wake of its cancellation by Fox in 2018, Lucifer was picked up by Netflix and given its last batch of episodes. The first eight will be released on August 21, 2020; the second half will be available in 2021. This show is perfect for fans of procedural crime shows looking for something a little more fun than your average CSI or Law & Order episode—it’s lighthearted and has plenty of plot twists. The main character (who happens to be Lucifer himself) finds himself working with LAPD detective Chloe Decker when she’s framed for murder and needs help finding evidence that will clear her name. While there are some supernatural elements to this story—like demons appearing at random—it’s mostly about solving cases!

14. Unfortunate Events Season 3.

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With the third and final season of Unfortunate Events set to premiere on May 30th, we’ve compiled a list of 15 TV shows that you should binge-watch if you’re running out of things to watch on Netflix and Hulu.

The Baudelaire siblings are back with the final season of Unfortunate Events. Based on the popular children’s book series of the same name, this show follows the lives of Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes), and Sunny Baudelaire as they attempt to uncover clues about their parents’ mysterious deaths after their home burns down in a fire.

Enjoy this list of NetFlix TV shows for May 2022!

Unyime Anthony is a gaming enthusiast specializing in first-in-class gaming content, including PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, and Movies, to educate and inform readers.