6 new Netflix movies and shows to watch this week: August 16-20, 2021

SWEET GIRL: JASON MAMOA as RAY COOPER. CLAY ENOS/NETFLIX © 2021
SWEET GIRL: JASON MAMOA as RAY COOPER. CLAY ENOS/NETFLIX © 2021 /
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Monday has returned and you know what that means? You probably stopped working to check out what you plan on watching this week on Netflix. I condensed a list of the best Netflix movies and show to check out this week, beginning August 16, 2021.

Another week full of brand new Netflix content and I’m still trying to catch up on season three of All-American. The streaming platform doesn’t stop producing hence why they are the king of streaming. I often wonder if the amount of content they produce hinders some of their product which causes the consumer to miss some of their better stuff? What do you guys think of the number of movies and shows they release?

With movie theaters back open, Netflix has to keep the content coming weekly and their vow to release at least one brand new movie weekly has helped them keep pace. This week’s film features the Netflix Original film debut of Sweet Girl in what looks likes Jason Momoa following in the footsteps of the action stars before him (The Rock, Dave Batista, Vin Diesel) and protecting a little girl.

This week, Netflix covers the bases for all parties with another true-crime documentary, another episode in the UNTOLD series, and Jason Momoa’s Netflix original film debut.

Let’s get to the new Netflix movies and shows to stream this week. 

New Netflix movies and shows to watch

  • Go! Go! Cory Carson: Season 5, August 17
  • UNTOLD: Deal with the Devil, August 17
  • Memories of a Murderer: The Nilsen Tapes, August 18
  • The Chair, August 20
  • The Loud House Movie, August 20
  • Sweet Girl, August 20

From our suggestions, what will you be watching? Do you plan on watching Jason Momoa’s debut on Netflix? Have you been watching the UNTOLD series of docs?

Did we miss anything on this list? Please share with us!

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