Here’s a list of movies and series trending on Netflix right now!


Unknown Origins (2020)

This is a Spanish Netflix Original movie starring Javier Rey, Veronica Echegui, and Brays Efe. It’s an adaptation of a book about a pair of cops teaming up with local geeks to stop a killer who is recreating superhero origin stories.

Project Power (2020)

A former soldier teams up with a cop to find the source behind a dangerous pill that provides temporary superpowers.

An Easy Girl (2019)

A teen girl is drawn to her cousin’s hedonistic lifestyle when they spend the summer together in Cannes as she learns about herself and her own values.

Being John Malkovich (1999)

Being John Malkovich is a 1999 American fantasy comedy film directed by Spike Jonze and written by Charlie Kaufman, both making their feature film debut. The film stars John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, and Catherine Keener, with John Malkovich as himself.


The Rain (Season 3)

The Danish post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama is set to end early in August 2020. If you’re not familiar with the premise of the show, it’s about a virus that’s transported by rainfall and caused the near extinction of the human population.

The Seven Deadly Sins (Season 4)

The hit anime series’s Seven Deadly Sins‘ is now returning to Netflix for Season 4. Broadcast as the anger of the Gods’ arc on TV Tokyo and BS TV Tokyo in 2019 and called the royal Wrath of the Gods’ arc, the new season will revolve around the remaining nut forces the return of the Sins after being sprinkled after the last season.

Selling Sunset (Season 3)

The hit Netflix reality show—from the creative minds behind Laguna Beach and The Hills—follows the lives of a group of successful women in Los Angeles’s ultra-competitive, high-end real estate market.

El Robo Del Siglo / The Great Heist (Season 1)

This Colombian heist thriller based on the true events of the assault on the Bank of the Republic that was dubbed the robbery of the century back in the 1990s. Fans of Money Heist will want to keep a close eye on this one.

Lucifer (Season 5A)

After an excruciatingly long wait, Lucifer‘s first half of its fifth season (no longer the last we hasten to add) has a release date for Netflix.