Netflix is releasing plenty of new content on Friday just in time for the weekend.
The list includes the new thriller “Point Blank,” starring “Avengers: Endgame” actor and Netflix’s go-to guy, Anthony Mackie.
Below is everything Netflix is debuting on Friday.
“3Below: Tales of Arcadia” part 2 (Animated children’s series)
Netflix description: “After crash-landing on Earth, two royal teen aliens on the run struggle to blend in with humans as they evade intergalactic bounty hunters.”
Netflix description: “Hoping to reunite with a dying friend, two longtime pals re-create their desert road trip from Spain to Mali, bringing along his estranged daughter.”
“Blown Away” season 1 (Series)
Netflix description: “Ten master artists turn up the heat in glassblowing sculpture challenges for the chance to win $60,000 in prizes and the title of champion.”
“Bonus Family” season 3 (Series)
Netflix description: “A new couple, their exes and their children navigate the emotional challenges and tricky logistics of blended family life in this Swedish dramedy.”
“Extreme Engagement” season 1 (Reality series)
Netflix description: “An engaged couple travels the world for a year to explore marriage customs in diverse cultures. Will the journey bring them closer or tear them apart?”
“Kidnapping Stella” (Movie)
Netflix description: “Snatched off the street and held for ransom, a bound and gagged woman uses her limited powers to derail her two masked abductors’ carefully laid plans.”
“Point Blank” (Movie)
Netflix description: “To save his pregnant wife, an emergency room nurse unwillingly partners with an injured murder suspect in a race against time and renegade cops.”
“Taco Chronicles” season 1 (Series)
Netlix description: “Many of the most popular taco styles have long, rich, little-known histories. Explore some of them in this eye-opening, mouth-watering food adventure.”
“True Tunes” season 1 (Animated children’s series)
Netflix description: “True and her friends are dropping sweet, silly beats with freshly modern music videos set to the sounds of classic nursery rhyme songs.”
Source:: Business Insider