It's the second-to-the-last weekend in May and for those of you who want to stay in and chill, Netflix has four new projects for you to sink in.

What's New to Netflix this Weekend (May 24-26, 2024)

May 24

Atlas – Jennifer Lopez stars as Atlas Shepherd, a brilliant counterterrorism analyst who deeply distrusts AI. She joins a mission to capture a rebel robot with whom she shares a mysterious past. However, her plans go wrong and she realizes that her only hope of surviving and saving humanity from AI is to trust the renegade robot. The movie was directed by Brad Peyton and written by Leo Sardarian and Aron Eli Coleite.

Lopez is joined in the film by Simu Liu, Sterling K. Brown and Mark Strong. The actress previously worked with Netflix in the 2023 film The Mother.

Jurassic World: Chaos Theory – The kids at Camp Cretaceous, members of The Nublar Six, have come together to investigate a mystery when they stumble on a worldwide conspiracy that may endanger the dinosaurs — and the rest of the world. The show is set six years after the event of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.

The animated sci-fi action-adventure series is the second TV series in the Jurassic Park franchise. The first is Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. The show is executive produced by Steven Spielberg, with Aaron Hammersley and Scott Kreamer as showrunners.

My Oni Girl – First-year high school student Yatsuse Hiiragi's shyness has him unable to say no. This is tested when he meets the headstrong demon girl Tsumugi takes him away to a mystical journey to look for her missing mother.

This is Studio Colorido's fourth feature-length film and latest project. The film is directed by Tomotaka Shibayama who previously worked for the legendary Studio Ghibli. My Oni Girl is simultaneously released in Japanese theaters and on Netflix.

Mulligan – In the second part of the satirical comedy, most of Earth has been destroyed by aliens. Allegiances start to get tested when the stark realities of life in an empty and ravaged planet sink in for President Mulligan and what's left of the survivors. He needs to rebuild society and will have to contend with feral cub scouts, a mysterious cruise ship and each other.

May 25 – Unfortunately, no new shows are coming out this Saturday.

May 26 – Unfortunately, no new shows are coming out this Sunday.

What's Coming to Netflix this Week? (May 27-30)

May 28

Burnt – Bradley Cooper plays disgraced two-star Michelin chef Adam Jones, who destroyed his career through his own recklessness, goes to London to redeem himself and start earning his third Michelin star.

The film was released in 2015, directed by John Wells from Steven Knight's script. Burnt features an ensemble cast including Sienna Miller, Omar Sy, Daniel Brühl, Matthew Rhys, Riccardo Scamarcio, Alicia Vikander, Uma Thurman and Emma Thompson.

May 29

Colors of Evil: Red – The Polish mystery crime drama, Kolory zla. Czerwien, follows the story of a prosecutor who teams up with the mother of a girl whose body is found on a beach in Tricity. Both set out to search for the truth.

Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult – The three-episode documentary series follows what happened to TikTok dancers who join a management firm associated with a church. They end up discovering disturbing details about the founder and their sinister agenda.

The Life You Wanted – The Italian movie, La vita che volevi, follows the story of Gloria, a transgender woman living happily in Lecce after her transition. The arrival of an old friend from Naples, Marina, threatens to upend her life. For Gloria, Marina is a reminder of her pre-transition days, a time she prefers to forget.

May 30

Eric – The six-part British psychological thriller miniseries stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Vincent, who works as a puppeteer in 1980s New York. His son, Edgar, has gone missing. Vincent ends up becoming convinced that he can find Edgar with the help of Eric, his seven-foot-tall puppet.

Geek Girl – The comedy drama series follows the story of Harriet, an awkward teenager who's always wanted to fit in. She gets scouted by a London model agent and realizes that some people just stand out.

It's based on the 2013 YA novel of the same name written by Holly Smale. The series is split in two, with 26 episodes all in all.