What’s streaming on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu in May

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” Season 4: Time-traveler Rip Hunter recruits a rag-tag team of heroes and villains in this spin-off that features characters introduced in “Arrow” and “The Flash.” (Netflix)

“The Mechanism” Season 2: A scandal erupts in Brazil during an investigation of alleged government corruption via oil and construction companies. The series is loosely inspired by true events. (Netflix)

“The Da Vinci Code”: Based on the wildly popular novel by Dan Brown, Tom Hanks stars and Ron Howard directs this film which centers on a murder inside the Louvre and a religious mystery protected by a secret society that could shake the foundations of Christianity. (Netflix)

“The Dark Crystal”: Puppets are the stars of the film in which a Gelfling embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of a magical crystal to restore order to his world. (Netflix)

“What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali”: From LeBron James and directed by Antoine Fuqua, this doc explores Ali’s greatest triumphs and comebacks, painting an intimate portrait of a man who, against all odds, dreamed and achieved the impossible. (HBO Now)

“The Matrix”: Will you take the red pill or the blue pill when you watch this action sc-fi starring Keanu Reeves. (Netflix)

“Lucifer” Season 4: Lucifer Morningstar has decided he’s had enough of being the dutiful servant in Hell and decides to spend some time on Earth to better understand humanity in this series. (Netflix)

“Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 3”: The comedian and commentator brings an incisive and nuanced perspective to global news, politics and culture in his unique comedy series. (Netflix)

“Wanda Sykes: Not Normal”: Politics, racism, reality TV and hot flashes, Wanda Sykes tackles issues big and small in this rollicking new stand up special. (Netflix)

“Riverdale” Season 3: Based on characters from the popular “Archie” comic book series, this drama series follows Archie and his gang as they become entangled in dark Riverdale mysteries. (Netflix)

“Line of Duty” Season 5: From the creator of international sensation “Bodyguard,” this critically acclaimed cop thriller follows DS Steve Arnott, who is transferred to the police anti-corruption unit after the death of a man in a mistaken shooting during a counter-terrorist operation. (Acorn TV)

“She’s Gotta Have It” Season 2: Nola Darling struggles to stay true to herself and her dreams, while juggling three lovers, in this Spike Lee series based on his breakout film. (Netflix)

“Sneaky Pete” Season 3: This series revolves around a con man named Marius Josipovic who assumes the identity of his ex-cellmate, Pete, and uses Pete’s estranged family to try and escape from the past. In season three, all the members of the Sneaky Pete family explore their identities; their purpose, where they belong and where they’re going. (Amazon Prime)

“Suspiria”: Darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the troupe’s artistic director, an ambitious young dancer and a grieving psychotherapist. (Amazon Prime)

“Yardie”: Set in ’70s Kingston and ’80s Hackney and directed by Idris Elba, this crime thriller centers on the life of a young Jamaican man named D who has never fully recovered from the murder of his older brother. (Amazon Prime)

“Fleabag” Season 2: Fleabag is back for a second bite — and this time she is going toe to toe with the man upstairs. (Amazon Prime)

“Good Omens” Season 1: The End of the World is coming, which means a fussy Angel and a loose-living Demon who’ve become overly fond of life on Earth are forced to form an unlikely alliance to stop Armageddon.(Amazon Prime)

Wishenpoof Season 2: Bianca is just like any other little girl, except for one teensy little thing. Bianca has Wish Magic, so she can make wishes come true! (Amazon Prime)

“Shanghai”: Li Gong and John Cusack stars in this period film which revolves around an American expat who returns to Shanghai in the months before Pearl Harbor due to the death of his friend. (Amazon Prime)

“Crash”: This Oscar-winning film, which followed several characters with interwoven stories, stars Thandie Newton and Matt Dillon as part of an ensemble cast. (Amazon Prime, Hulu)

“King of Thieves”: Based on infamous true events, a famous thief, Brian Reader (Sir Michael Caine), pulls together a band of misfit criminals to plot the biggest bank heist in British history. (Amazon Prime)

“Night School”: Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and Taran Killam star in this comedic film about a man who attends night school in hope that he’ll pass the GED exam and finish high school. (HBO Now)

“Body of Evidence”: Madonna stars with Willem Dafoe in this erotic thriller about a woman accused of killing a wealthy, elderly man through her insatiable sexual prowess. (Amazon Prime)

“Catch-22”: Based on Joseph Heller’s seminal novel of the same name, this series is the story of the incomparable, artful dodger, Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. (Hulu)

“Claws” Season 2: A look at the life and crimes of five women who work at a Florida nail salon. (Hulu)

“Baywatch” Complete series: Follow the adventures of Lt. Mitch Buchannon and his beautiful team of exceptionally talented lifeguards as they keep the beaches safe for tourists and locals alike. (Hulu)

“Broad City” Season 5: A bottle of wine tastes just as good when you pay with all pennies. That’s a fact. And no matter what the city throws at twenty-somethings Abbi and Ilana, these broads are all in. (Hulu)

“The Terror” Season 1: Inspired by a true story, “The Terror” centers on the British Royal Navy’s perilous voyage into uncharted territory as the crew attempts to discover the Northwest Passage. (Hulu)

“Borat: Learning of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation Kazakhstan”: Sacha Baron Cohen’s popular character Borat travels to the US for a documentary on the greatness of the nation. (Hulu)

“The Birdcage”: In this remake of the classic French farce “La Cage aux Folles,” engaged couple Val Goldman (Dan Futterman) and Barbara Keeley (Calista Flockhart) shakily introduce their future in-laws. Val’s father, Armand (Robin Williams), a gay Miami drag club owner, pretends to be straight and attempts to hide his relationship with his life partner, Albert (Nathan Lane).(Hulu)

“Chocolat”: Based on a popular novel by Joanne Harris, a single mother and her young daughter move into a peaceful French village and open an unusual chocolate shop during the height of Lent in this romantic film starring Johnny Depp and Juliette Binoche. (Hulu)

“Drunk History”: History is written by the victors but told by the totally wasted in this wildly inappropriate (and maybe just a little inaccurate) series where well-lubricated comics tell famous American tales and celebrity guests act them out. (Hulu)

“Love It or List It” Season 12: David and Hilary help fed-up homeowners decide whether to live with renovations or move in this reality series. (Hulu)

“The Little Couple” Seasons 11 and 12: Follow little people Bill Klein and Jen Arnold as they embark on all the ups and downs of married life together, along with the challenges and joys that come with a growing family. (Hulu)

‘Halloween”: Jamie Lee Curtis returns to the popular horror franchise which helped make her famous. This time it’s been 40 years since Laurie Strode survived a vicious attack from crazed killer Michael Myers on Halloween night. (HBO Now)

“Pitching In”: Recent widower, Frank Hardcastle (Larry Lamb), is struggling to find the energy or enthusiasm to run Daffodil Dunes Holiday Park in the picturesque North Wales coast. Local estate agent, Iona Driscoll (Hayley Mills) has a very tempting offer for him to consider – in more ways than one. (Acorn TV)



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