The 4 movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this week that are worth watching, including 'Avengers: Infinity War'

MarvelWatch Thanos take on the Avengers in ‘Infinity War.’
  • Netflix adds new movies and shows to stream every week, but choosing what to watch can be difficult.
  • INSIDER has rounded up the newly arrived movies and TV shows on Netflix that are actually worth watching.
  • This week’s titles include “Watership Down” and Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”

New movies and TV shows coming this week:

“Ellen DeGeneres: Relatable” (Comedy special – coming Tuesday, December 18)

Ellen degeneres relatableNetflixEllen is doing stand-up.

Ellen DeGeneres returned to stand-up for the first time in 15 years, and the special, which was filmed in Seattle, is debuting on Netflix.

“Bird Box” (Movie – coming Friday, December 21)

Bird box movieSaeed Adyani/Netflix‘Bird Box’ is based on a book.

Sandra Bullock stars in this post-apocalyptic film about a mysterious force that if seen, causes mass hysteria and suicide. She must guide two children to a safe haven, but all three must do the journey blindfolded.

“Watership Down” (Series – coming Sunday, December 23)

Watership downNetflix‘Watership Down’ is a miniseries.

This cartoon series about rabbits is not for kids. Based on the novel of the same name, the series is a survival story about a group of rabbits who must flee their home in search of safety after their home is threatened.

“Avengers: Infinity War” (Movie – coming Tuesday, December 25)

Avengers infinity warMarvelThe Avengers unite to fight Thanos.

Marvel fans can soon watch the latest “Avengers” movie when “Infinity War” hits Netflix. The movie centres on Marvel heroes and their fight against Thanos as he seeks to eradicate 50% of all living things in the universe. Fans can watch “Infinity War” as many times as they want before the sequel, “Avengers: Endgame,” hits theatres in April.

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