- Netflix adds new movies and shows almost daily.
- INSIDER has rounded up five movies and TV shows hitting the streaming service this week that are worth watching.
- The list includes “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo,” and the “Indiana Jones” movie series.
Finding something to watch isn’t always easy when there are so many options.
Netflix adds new titles to the streaming service almost every day, and it’s hard to keep up. So INSIDER looked through the list of new movies and shows hitting the service this week to see what’s worth watching
Here are five TV series and movies you should watch this week.
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” (Series – coming Tuesday, January 1)
Netflix original “A Series of Unfortunate Events” is back for its third and final season, which takes on the final four books in Lemony Snicket’s beloved series. The series picks up exactly where the second season ended – Klaus and Violet are heading towards the edge of a cliff in a runaway wagon and Sunny is kidnapped by Count Olaf.
“Comedians of the World” (Series – coming Tuesday, January 1)
Netflix unleashed a massive comedy series featuring 47 comedians from 13 different regions in eight different languages. The series highlights and celebrates the diversity of comedians around the globe, and with each stand-up set around 30 minutes, they are easy to squeeze into a day.
The “Indiana Jones” movie series (Movie – coming Tuesday, January 1)
OK, this might be a bit of a cheat, but the entire “Indiana Jones” film series is on Netflix. “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” isn’t the greatest addition to the adventures of Dr. Jones, but the original three movies are iconic and worth a watch.
“Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” (Series – coming Tuesday, January 1)
Japanese organiser and consultant Marie Kondo seeks to help people in need of some organizational help on her new series for Netflix. She works to help declutter people’s homes and viewers may be inspired to make some changes to their own lives and homes in the process.
“Monty Python and the Holy Grail” (Movie – coming Wednesday, January 2)
The Monty Python comedy group are behind some of the greatest comedic works and “The Holy Grail” is no different. King Arthur ventures out to find men for the Knights of the Round Table before being tasked with finding the Holy Grail. Along the way they run into the Knights Who Say Ni and a killer rabbit, and it’s genius.
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