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New on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu in May

Published 5:14 PM ET, Fri April 29, 2016
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Oh month of May how we heart thee, and not just because there are great new streaming options, including season 2 of the hit Netflix original series "Grace and Frankie" starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Here are a few other streaming goodies for the month: Melissa Moseley/Netflix
"Lady Dynamite" season 1: From left, comedian Maria Bamford stars with Bridget Everett and Lennon Parham in what is being billed as a "true story" based on Bamford's life. (Netflix) Doug Hyun/Netflix
"Chef's Table" season 2, part 1: Venture into the minds of six international culinary stars in this original six part docu-series. (Netflix) Melissa Moseley/Netflix
"The Nutty Professor": Portly professor Sherman Klump gets more than he bargained for when he takes a massive dose of his weight-loss potion. (Netflix) Handout/Getty Images
"Bring It On": Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union star as a pair of high school cheerleaders whose teams are pitted against each other. (Netflix) Universal Pictures
"Sixteen Candles": Molly Ringwald and Michael Schoeffling star in this John Hughes classic about a girl whose birthday goes awry. (Netflix) The Kobal Collection/20th Century Fox
"Pleasantville": Paul Walker and Reese Witherspoon's characters try to make sense of life in a 1950s sitcom in this film. (Netflix) new line cinema
"Bloodline" season 2: Dark family secrets and the black sheep of the clan collide in this original series. (Netflix) Saeed Adyani/Netflix
"Goosebumps": A new to town teen finds himself enamored of a pretty neighbor whose father has a secret. (Netflix) Sony Pictues
"Empire Falls" season 1: Dennis Farina and Ed Harris star in this drama about a restaurant owner in an economically depressed New England mill town. (Amazon Prime) HBO
"Boardwalk Empire" season 4: Steve Buscemi stars as gangster Nucky Thompson HBO's hit series. (Amazon Prime) Macall B. Pola
"Banshee" season 2: An ex-con tries to duck his dangerous past and present when he assumes the identity of a murdered small-town sheriff in this Cinemax series. (Amazon Prime) HBO
"When Harry Met Sally": Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal are besties who may be perfect for each other in this now iconic film. (Amazon Prime) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.
"Leaving Las Vegas": Elisabeth Shue tries to save Nicolas Cage from drinking himself to death in this dark drama. (Amazon Prime) United Artists
"Never Say Never Again": Bernie Casey, Sean Connery and Kim Basinger star in this James Bond film where the action is centered around stolen nuclear warheads. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc
"Airplane II: The Sequel": Robert Hays reprises his role as Striker in this up-in-the-air comedy. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection
"Ghost World": Scarlett Johansson and Thora Birch star in the dramedy about a pair of best friends navigating life after high school. (Hulu) Tracy Bennett/United Artists
"Selfie" season 1: ABC pulled the plug on this short-lived romantic comedy about a woman obsessed with social media starring John Cho and Karen Gillan. (Hulu) Eric McCandless/ABC/IMDB
"Drop Dead Diva" seasons 1-6: Brooke Elliott stars as a plus-sized lawyer whose body becomes inhabited by the soul of a fashion model after she dies in this series. (Hulu) Annette Brown/Lifetime
"The Client List" seasons 1 and 2: Jennifer Love Hewitt stars as a woman who goes to work in a spa after her husband abandons her in this Lifetime series. (Hulu) Lifetime
"Keeping Up with the Kardashians" season 11: Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kris Jenner, and Kim Kardashian West continue to let the world in to their private lives in their hit E! reality series. (Hulu, with season 12 on iTunes) Brian Bowen Smith/E! Entertainment
"The Real Housewives of Orange County" season 10: Lizzie Rovsek, Tamra Judge, Meghan Edmonds, and Heather Dubrow try to survive the drama on this Bravo reality series. (Hulu) Vivian Zink/Bravo
"The Mod Squad": Omar Epps, Giovanni Ribisi, Claire Danes and Steve Harris star in this reboot about a group of troubled youths who are recruited by a police officer to help infiltrate a drug ring. (Hulu) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc
"Top Gear USA" season 4: Matt LeBlanc takes over the hosting duties in the American version of this popular BBC series. (Hulu) BBC America
"Girls" season 5: Jemima Kirke and Lena Dunham are back to navigate life in New York in this hit HBO comedy. (iTunes) HBO
"Orange Is The New Black" season 3: Life inside a women's prison gets hectic in this popular Netflix series. (iTunes) Netflix
"Vinyl" season 1: Max Casella and Ray Romano star in this HBO series about a 1970s New York music executive trying to make a go of it. (iTunes) HBO
"Preacher" season 1: AMC has adapted another comic book series, this time with Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, a Texas preacher who enlists the help of a vampire in his quest to find God. (iTunes) Lewis Jacobs/AMC
"Togetherness" season 2: Love, friendship, relationships and marriage get the dramatic comedy treatment in this HBO series. (iTunes) HBO
"Roots": The History Channel remade the historic miniseries, this time starring Anika Noni Rose as Kizzy and Laurence Fishburne as Alex Haley. (iTunes) History
"Clean Break": A car dealer who is going broke and has a host of other problems devises a way to get revenge and solve his money woes. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV
"Jack Irish" Season 1: Guy Pearce returns as charming antihero Jack Irish in this new six-part Aussie noir, which is inspired by Peter Temple's best-selling novels. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV