Since the mega-popular hit show "House of Cards" debuted on Netflix in February of 2013, it's managed to capture several different awards spanning from Emmys to Golden Globes. Netflix's next original series, "Orange is the New Black," was released a few months later and followed suit.
Trying to build on that success, Netflix has added much, much more original content, including comedy specials, feature documentaries, TV series, specials, award-worthy movies, and it's even brought back canceled shows like "Arrested Development."
So in May, we'll see two new Netflix originals, including "Lady Dynamite" which is brought to us from Arrested Development's own Mitch Hurwitz. We'll also see Season 2 of both "Bloodline" and "Grace and Frankie." And that's just the originals coming in May. We've got classics like "Sixteen Candles" and fun flicks like "Pleasantville" on tap for May too.
But just as new titles appear, that means some have to disappear. Be sure to catch "Black Hawk Down," "Blade Runner," "Clerks" and others before they are removed.