Even if summer comes to an end soon (snif snif), we are still almost confined: activities, communications, our expenses and our outings have been reduced as well.
Thankfully, Netflix is still around, as in the post, and ready to entertain us. That would still be the case for August if we rely on the list of news that Netflix just published on its social networks.
We don’t just find as many classics as the full 90s cult series bring it, But also other classics like Mary Shelley FrankensteinAnd the Titanic, Or slightly greater than that Conan the Barbarian.
We also can’t wait to see new seasons of some of our favorite Netflix series, like Lucifer, The Rain, 3%, Glow Up, How To Get Away with Murder and other things!
One curiosity I can’t wait to see Cobra Kai: seasons 1–2. This is a sequel to the original karate Kid With the lead actors of the first cult movie, Ralph Macchio and William Zapka who reprized their roles as Daniel Larsow and Johnny Lawrence 34 years after the legendary events of the first adaptation.
In short, there are a lot of discoveries and ancient movies to rediscover!
Here is the Netflix news list for August 2020
Game start: a comic crossover event
nailed it! Mexico: Season Two
Sunset Sale: S3
Most Wanted in the World
SpongeBob SquarePants movie
We are the Millers
Down the dark hall
The good, the bad and the ugly
Indian in the treasury
Bring it back
Bring it: All or none
Bring It Up: Fight to the end
Bring it: in it to win it
Conan the Barbarian
Murder on the Orient Express
Baby is gone
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
man of Steel
Mary Shelley Frankenstein
How To Get Away From The S6 Murder
10 Cloverfield Lane
My mirror is my mirror
What to expect when you expect
An escape plan
Million Dollar Beach House
Cobra Kai: seasons 1–2
Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story
The Seven Deadly Sins: The Empire’s Fury From The Gods
Alta Mar / High Seas: Season Three
The magic school bus takes off again for the children in space
New Monkey Legends: S2
Octonauts and Sack Acton Caves
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