New to stream on Netflix this weekend, April 17: Sergio, Rising High and more

Too Hot to Handle on Netflix, photo courtesy Netflix
Too Hot to Handle on Netflix, photo courtesy Netflix /

New movies and shows have entered the streaming log! What will you be watching this weekend? Here’s what to stream on Netflix.

Social distancing and isolation rules remain in place, but, luckily, we have streaming services such as Netflix to keep us busy. Know what you’ll be watching this weekend on the streaming giant? We have you covered with what to stream on Netflix. Here’s a quick list of all the new movies and shows that are now available to stream.

Whether you are seeking action, thrills, laughs, or drama, Netflix is here to provide. Let’s check out what’s available to stream on Netflix beginning April 17:

Too Hot to HandleWe are kicking off the list with a mix of drama and lust! A mix of Love is Blind and The Circle (more so of the former), Too Hot to Handle sees 10 hot and young singles from around the world taken to tropical paradise.

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They believe this is going to be the hottest summer of their lives, but there’s a huge twist: No sex or touching of any kind is allowed! The grand prize money of $100,000 awaits! But the amount will decrease each time they break the rules. Stream it April 17.

The Innocence FilesTaking a more serious turn here, The Innocence Files is a new documentary that focuses on shining light and truth to eight untold stories of wrongful convictions. This will be one emotional and impactful ride! It premiered on Netflix April 16.

Rising High: On the movie front, we have Rising High, which follows Viktor Stein (David Kross) and Gerry Falkland (Frederick Lau). The two are real-estate frauds who find success and wealth almost instantly. However, they have just as quickly lost sight of what’s important. Available to stream now.

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Sergio: Wagner Moura portrays Sergio Vieira de Mello, a man married to his work who decides to settle down and have a more peaceful life. But leaving his role as a top UN diplomat isn’t as simple as he believed. He does, what he believes, is his last assignment, but we all know otherwise. The story is inspired by true events. Stream in April 17.

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Which movie or series will you be streaming this weekend? Will you welcome drama or action? Do you believe we failed to list a great movie or TV series on the list? Share with us!