What to watch: Six shows coming to Netflix this week [trailers]

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Netflix South Africa announced six new shows coming to the streaming platform this week via a social media post on Monday 7 June.

Here’s a quick look at what will be streaming on Netflix: 


The mystery series Lupin Part Two follows Lupin, a retelling of the classic French story about Arsene Lupin, a renowned gentlemen thief. Part two covers Assane’s quest for revenge against Hubert Pellegrini. He now has to think of a new plan with his back being against the wall. 

Lupin part two starts streaming on 11 June starring Omar Sy, Shirine Boutella and Etan Simon.

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The food and travel reality series follows Daym Drops as he looks around America for the freshest takes on fried food. Fresh fried and crispy comes to Netflix on 9 June.

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Also coming to Netflix on 9 June is Awake, a sci-fi thriller starring Jane The Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez, Ariana Greenblatt and Frances Fisher.

Awake follows the aftermath of a global event that wipes out all electronics and takes away humankinds ability to sleep. However, an ex-soldier with a troubled past may hold the key to a cure in the form of her own daughter. 

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The drama film follows a teen in rural India who discovers a life-changing passion for skateboarding; however, she is faced with a rough road as she follows her dream to complete. Skater Girl stars Rachel Saanchita Gupta as the ‘Skater Girl’ as well as Amrit Maghera and Johnathan Readwin. 

The film is directed by Manjari Makijany and releases on 11 June. 

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The 2013 crime drama set in Nigeria follows the lives of strangers that become intertwined over the course of a day starring OC Ukeje, Ramsey Nouah and Ali Nuhu. 

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The 2019 drama comedy Our Ladies is set in Scotland in the 1980s as a group of Catholic school girls get an opportunity to go to Edinburgh for a choir competition, but they become more interested in partying.

The film stars Tallulah Greive, Abigail Lawrie and Stuart Martin.

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