New Netflix Streaming Releases for the Week of 4/21/15

Hot Fuzz is a hilarious send-up of cop movies if you haven’t seen it.

Action & Adventure: Noah

Hot Fuzz

Comedy: Chris D’Elia: Incorrigible, They Came Together, Hot Fuzz

Fed Up

Documentary: Fed Up, Keep On Keepin’ On

Drama: Skating to New York

Family: Chasing Ghosts

Foreign: Bhoothnath Returns, No Tears for the Dead, Living is Easy with Eyes Closed

Horror: Altar, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Television: Star-Crossed, Bonjour Les Amis, and new episodes of Baby Daddy

The Key Man

Thriller: The Key Man

Augh! Yet Still Even More TV – I Need Sleep!

Another day, another 27 television series to watch on Netflix.

Alias (2001-2005)

“Created by J.J. Abrams, this action-packed spy series made a star of lithe leading lady Jennifer Garner, who redefined armed and dangerous as double agent Sydney Bristow, a CIA operative whose mission is to destroy a global crime syndicate.”

All five seasons available.

CSI: Miami (2002-2011)

“David Caruso stars as former homicide detective Horatio Caine, who leads a crack team of investigators and forensic experts in solving crimes on the streets of steamy Miami. Together they scrutinize the evidence to bring heinous criminals to justice. The series also stars Emily Procter as ballistics pro Calleigh Dusquene, Adam Rodriguez as underwater recovery expert Eric Delko and Khandi Alexander as no-nonsense coroner Alexx Woods.”

Nine seasons of David Caruso removing his sunglasses, putting on his sunglasses, and uttering one-liners.

How to be a Gentleman (2011)

“Inspired by John Bridges’s bestselling etiquette guides, the inaugural season of this sitcom follows prim-and-proper advice columnist Andrew Carlson as he gets much-needed lessons in real life from a charmingly vulgar personal trainer.”

First season available.

Rescue Me (2004-2011)

“Haunted by ghosts from his past, veteran New York City firefighter Tommy Gavin struggles to keep his anxiety in check, look out for his fellow Engine 99 firefighters and handle the emotional turmoil that surfaces in his personal life.”

Season 7 now available.

A Gifted Man (2012)

“This metaphysical drama begins with surgeon Michael Holt having a chance encounter with his ex-wife, Anna … and then learning she died two weeks earlier in a car crash. Her ensuing visits from beyond the grave soon begin to alter his life.”

First season available.

NYC 22 (2012)

“Six rookie cops hit the streets of Manhattan, juggling their personal lives with their new responsibilities as keepers of the peace. The diverse group struggles with newbie mistakes under the guidance of their tough field training officer.”

Rob (2012)

“Rob Schneider plays a long-time single guy who finds himself married not just to the woman of his dreams, but also her entire Mexican-American clan. Having eloped his way into the family, Rob faces an uphill struggle to win his in-laws’ affection.”

First season available.

Cold Blood (2010-2011)

“Go behind the scenes of brutal murders with mind-blowing twists. Find out how a dentist from a sleepy town ended up lying in a pool of blood, who is behind a series of murders in a college town and more.”

New season available.

Weeds (2005-2011)

“When her husband dies suddenly and she’s left struggling to maintain her comfortable lifestyle, suburban soccer mom Nancy Botwin summons her inner entrepreneur and starts selling pot brownies to her affluent neighbors.”

New season available.

Death Valley (2011)

Ride along with the LAPD’s Undead Task Force as they hit the mean streets of Southern California’s San Fernando Valley, taking on vampires who jack bloodmobiles, werewolves with a bloodlust for porn and other marauding undead monsters.”

Baby Daddy (2012)

“New York bartender Ben unexpectedly becomes a parent when an ex-girlfriend drops off a baby girl for him to raise. But with lots of help from his mother and a childhood friend who secretly has a crush on him, he steps into the role of dad.”

First season available.

Freaks and Geeks (1999)

“A group of high school students in 1980 faces various social struggles. Lindsay Weir rebels and begins hanging out with a crowd of burnouts, courtesy of an invitation from Daniel Desario.”

See James Franco, Jason Segel, and Seth Rogen before they hit it big.

Undeclared (2001)

“College life as seen through the eyes of Steven Karp, a freshman determined to reinvent himself at a new school. Confronted with many dilemmas, Steven and his new friends face the challenges of higher education.”

Judd Apatow’s follow-up to Freaks and Geeks.