The most important question that a Netflix user can wonder is: ‘What is being taken off of Netflix?’ Well, good news for you guys, this weekend Netflix is only losing one title, and that title is ‘American Odyssey’, season 1.
The streaming giant is getting seven new titles, and five of those are Netflix originals! There’s some returning fan favorites, a new comedy, and more family-oriented content.
That’s great news since many parents and their children are in their houses right now and have probably watched everything child-friendly on Netflix.
‘Coffee & Kareem‘ is a comedy, and a Netflix original. It began to stream today, April 3. ‘Coffee & Kareem’ features Ed Helms, Tarahi P. Henson, Terrence Little Gardenhigh, Betty Gilpin, RonReaco Lee, Andrew Bachelor, and David Alan Grier.
The show’s IMDb description is as follows: ‘Description
A 12-year-old’s scheme to scare away his mom’s new boyfriend, police officer James Coffee, backfires, exposing his family to a secret network of criminal activity.’
This one seems like a real child-friendly, extremely amusing piece.
Another Netflix original is ‘La Casa de Papel: Part 4‘. This series is in Spanish, and was created by Alex Pina. The description for this part of the series is essentially that the series centers around some criminal mastermind, he’s called ‘The Professor’, and he’s working on pulling off a heist. He gets eight people, plans it, and tries to enter the Royal Mint of Spain, which is in Madrid, to print his own money.
‘La Casa de Papel’ also airs on Friday, April 3.
It stars Alvaro Morte, Ursula Corbero, Jamie Lorente, Miguel Herrán, Darko Peric, Itziar Ituno, Paco Tous, Alba Flores, Esther Acebo, Itziar Ituño, Enrique Arce, Kiti Mánver, Juan Fernández, and Mario de la Rosa.
And following ‘La Casa de Papel’, is a special release from the bottom of Netflix’s heart, ‘Money Heist: The Phenomenon’ will be releasing alongside ‘La Casa de Papel’. It is a documentary about the series and how it became a worldwide sensation. The film will have interviews with actors from the show, as well as the creator.
Now onto the child-friendly portion of Netflix, they’ll be adding ‘Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy‘, which is the newest chapter to the ‘Spirit Riding’ series. The series is based on the movie, from 2002, ‘Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron’, and is a spin-off of the series ‘Spirit Riding Free’.
Netflix will also be adding ‘StarBeam’, another child-friendly show for even the youngest child in the house. It is a series that is completely animated, and follows an eight-year-old girl named Zoey. She’s tackling second grade with vigor, and finds herself transforming into a superhero.