Best TV shows and movies on Netflix right now

What to Watch

In this week's Netflix selections, Maria Bamford acts out funny and weird incidents based on her own life. A man who wanders the desert, working as a feared assassin as he searches for the truth about his own family. Finally, Alexis de Anda talks sex, drugs, and weddings in her latest standup comedy special.

  • Lady Dynamite - Season 2 - In a series inspired by her own life, comedian Maria Bamford offers up the often surreal stories about someone who oscillates between losing and finding their grip.
  • The Killer - In this original Spanish-language film, a man named Cabeleira hopes to discover what became of his father, a hired gun, while becoming a deadly assassin in his own right. Along the way, his journey takes a startling turn when he learns that he has a son of his own.
  • Mea Culpa - Alexis de Anda tackles topics like sex, weddings, drugs, and more in her new Netflix original stand-up special.

Coming Attractions

This week on Netflix sees the arrival of the latest original Marvel series, as The Punisher tells the story of Frank Castle, a man out for blood after the death of his family. The final season of Longmire sees Walt contemplate retirement while fending off a lawsuit and preparing for a showdown with Malachi. Finally, in the original film Mudbound, two families confront issues of prejudice, family, and farming in 1940s Mississippi.

  • The Punisher - Season 1 - Frank Castle, a former Marine turned violent vigilante, sets out to punish the those who murdered his family, stumbling across a military conspiracy in the process. As he continues to dig, Castle finds that his quest for vengeance is just one part of the overall story. Arrives November 17.
  • Longmire - Season 6 - In the final season of this modern western, Sheriff Walt Longmire strives to save the life of his best friend, contemplates retirement, and teams up with an old adversary against an enemy who is more deadly than ever. Arrives November 17.
  • Mudbound - In 1940s Mississippi, two families, one black and one white, work to make their farms successful while confronting realities of prejudice, friendship, and fidelity. Arrives November 17.

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