New On Netflix In August 2019: Films, Movies And TV Series To Binge On
August is upon us, and with it comes another batch of TV shows and movies from Netflix, as it goes for streaming domination. Unfortunately, Netflix has started to keep all the latest additions under wraps, but we've managed to get our filthy hands on some of what's coming next month.
The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are back to take over Las Vegas in the third season of GLOW. Guest star and wrestling legend Chavo Guerro confirmed that they had finished filming in February this year.
He told wrestling Inc. "We did [just wrap up filming season 3 of GLOW]. Everybody on set, they were off on Monday because the wrestling scenes are now done. I wrapped on Thursday."
David Fincher's criminal profiling drama Mindhunter returns for another season. The official synopsis for Mindhunter season two reads: "FBI agents Holden Ford and Bill Tench probe further into the psyches of those who have done the unthinkable. With help from psychologist Wendy Carr, they apply their groundbreaking behavioral analysis to hunting notorious serial killers."
Cameron Britton will be back as chilling serial killer Ed Kemper, who was interviewed by Ford and Tench back in the first series, while there's also plenty of chat about a certain Charles Manson cropping up...
Finally, The Dark Crystal: Age of a Resistance is definitely one to look out for. Using revolutionary puppetry, this epic looks beautiful and is set in the same world as Jim Henson's 1980s classic.
Here's what we know will appear on Netflix in August 2019:
Dear White People Season 3
Ask The Storybots Season 3
She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power Season 3
GLOW Season 3
Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling
Mindhunter Season 2
The Chronicles Of Riddick
The Prince Of Egypt
Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Power Season 6
Trolls Season 7
Blade Runner 2049
Working Moms Season 3
Falling Inn Love
The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance
Psycho, Collateral Beauty, Dazed And Confused, Shakespeare In Love and Fifty Shades Of Grey will also be added during August.
If that isn't enough to get you to shun your friends, grab some popcorn and spend the weekend on the sofa then I don't know what is.
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