From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.
Available May 1 on Netflix: "Hollywood"
Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan's new limited series follows aspiring actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Tinseltown. Jim Parsons, Darren Criss, and Patti LuPone are among the recognizable faces.
Available May 1 on Amazon Prime: "Upload"
Robbie Amell stars in this new 10-episode sci-fi comedy series in which humans who are near death can be "uploaded" into a virtual afterlife.
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Available May 1 on HBO: "Crazy Rich Asians"
Constance Wu and Henry Golding star in this romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller by Kevin Kwan.
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Available May 1 on Netflix: "Back to the Future"
Host an at-home movie marathon when the first two films join the third installment on Netflix this month.
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Available May 1 on HBO: "Betty" Series Premiere
HBO's new six-episode series, based on the critically-acclaimed feature "Skate Kitchen," follows a diverse group of New York City women navigating the predominantly male-oriented world of skateboarding.
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Available May 1 on Netflix: "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective"
Jim Carrey is at his silliest in this '90s comedy about a detective on the case of a missing NFL mascot.
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Available May 1 on Disney+: "The Princess Bride"
Rob Reiner's iconic fantasy tale about a farm boy-turned-pirate reuniting with his true love, is a family-friendly film worth a re-watch.
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Available May 1 on Netflix: "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory"
Both the original film and the 2005 remake, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," arrive on May 1 to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Available May 4 on Disney+: "Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian" Series Premiere
This eight-episode documentary series gives fans an inside look at the making of "The Mandalorian" Season 1.
Available May 5 on Netflix: "Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill"
The stand-up legend tackles everyday topics, from texting to Pop Tarts, in his highly-anticipated new special.
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Available May 5 on HBO: "Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind"
This intimate documentary explores the life and legacy of the late actress and features an interview with husband Robert Wagner, who speaks on camera about Wood's tragic death for the first time.
Available May 6 on Netflix: "Workin' Moms" Season 4
Four working mothers navigate their demanding lives in this quirky Canadian comedy that's a hit among parents.
Available May 8 on Netflix: "Dead to Me" Season 2
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini struggle to hide a dark secret when this Netflix comedy returns with new episodes this month.
Available May 8 on Hulu: "Solar Opposites" Series Premiere
From the creative minds of "Rick & Morty" comes a new animated series about four aliens who crash land in suburban America.
Available May 8 on Amazon Prime: "Jimmy O. Yang: Good Deal"
The "Silicon Valley" star's new stand-up special makes its Amazon Prime premiere on May 8.
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Available May 8 on Amazon Prime: "The Goldfinch"
Ansel Elgort plays a man whose life is transformed after his mother dies in a bombing in this film adaptation of Donna Tartt's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
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Available May 9 on Netflix: "Grey's Anatomy" Season 16
Fans of the long-running ABC medical drama can binge Season 16 when it arrives on Netflix on May 9.
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Available May 9 on HBO: "Downton Abbey"
Catch up with the Crawley family in the film that continues the storyline of the popular historical drama series.
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Available May 10 on HBO: "I Know This Much Is True" Limited Series Premiere
Mark Ruffalo plays identical twin brothers in this six-part limited series based on Wally Lamb's New York Times bestseller.
Available May 11 on Netflix: "Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics"
Celebrities share their most mind-bending psychedelic trips through animations and reenactments in this comedic documentary.
Available May 11 on Amazon Prime: "Alias" Complete Series
"Alias" fans can revisit all five seasons of J.J. Abrams' action-packed series featuring Jennifer Garner as an international spy.
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Available May 12 on Netflix: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend"
Fans of Kimmy Schmidt can join the goofy character and her friends on an interactive adventure this month. What should Kimmy do next? Viewers get to decide.
Available May 13 on Netflix: "The Wrong Missy"
Instead of inviting his dream woman to Hawaii, David Spade accidentally asks someone from a nightmare blind date in this new Netflix movie produced by Adam Sandler.
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Available May 14 on Netflix: "Riverdale" Season 4
Follow Archie, Betty, Veronica, and their friends when the latest season of The CW series heads to Netflix.
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Available May 15 on Disney+: "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil"
Angelina Jolie reprises her villainous role in this Disney sequel.
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Available May 15 on Amazon Prime: "Seberg"
Inspired by real events, Kristen Stewart embodies French New Wave icon Jean Seberg in this drama about the late actress being targeted by the FBI in the 1960s.
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Available May 15 on Hulu: "The Great" Series Premiere
Elle Fanning takes on the role of Catherine the Great in Hulu's satirical, comedic drama, which co-stars Nicholas Hoult.
Available May 16 on HBO: "Joker"
A troubled comedian turns to a life of infamy and crime in Todd Phillips' award-winning drama starring Joaquin Phoenix.
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Available May 19 on Netflix: "Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything"
Need a laugh? The comedian ruminates on life at 50, buying a new house, and experiencing existential dread at Denny's in his new stand-up special.
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Available May 19 on Netflix: "Sweet Magnolias"
Based on the Sweet Magnolias novels by Sherryl Woods, this Netflix drama centers around three South Carolina women as they juggle relationships, careers, and family.
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Available May 20 on Netflix: "Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall"
The award-winning Broadway star sings and dances his way onto Netflix this month with an uplifting concert special.
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Available May 22 on Netflix: "The Lovebirds"
A couple on the verge of breaking up (Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani) are embroiled in a bizarre murder mystery in this new flick from Netflix.
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Available May 22 on Amazon Prime: "Homecoming" Season 2
Janelle Monáe mysteriously wakes up in the middle of a lake when this Amazon Prime drama returns with new episodes. Julia Roberts does not return to the cast in Season 2.
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Available May 22 on Amazon Prime and Hulu: "Rocketman"
See Taron Egerton's Golden Globe-winning performance as Elton John in this extravagant musical biopic.
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Available May 23 on Netflix: "Dynasty" Season 3
Catch up on the third season of the soapy reboot from The CW when it arrives on the streaming service in May.
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Available May 25 on Netflix: "Uncut Gems"
See the crime thriller that earned Adam Sandler an Independent Spirit Award for best male lead when "Uncut Gems" lands on Netflix on May 25.
Available May 29 on Netflix: "Space Force"
Steve Carell leads a star-studded cast in this Netflix original comedy about the people tasked with creating Space Force, a new branch of the U.S. military.
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Available May 29 on Netflix: "Somebody Feed Phil" Season 3
Take a culinary journey around the world without leaving your couch. New episodes of this tasty food docuseries feature dishes from Marrakesh to Chicago.
Available May 29 on Hulu: "Ramy" Season 2 Premiere
Ramy Youssef's portrayal of a millennial American Muslim grappling with his faith and lifestyle earned the actor a Golden Globe for his Season 1 performance. The show returns in late May for Season 2.