There is a shed load of content added and taken away from Netflix each month so it becomes difficult to keep track of what's new on the streaming service. To help you out, we have our new Netflix listings, which will tell you what the latest additions are each month, while you can also take a look at some of the best content arriving on Netflix this week below.


Chelsea - Talk show - From April 14th

Chelsea Handler is back for a new season of her Netflix chat show which this time round will have a fresh new format that will see an hour long episode released on the streaming service every Friday for thirty weeks. The changes will feature more in-depth interviews and more of those Chelsea Handler dinner parties while the host ventures outside the studio to locations all around the world. It's set to be more like the four-part docu-series Handler previously did for the streaming service, titled Chelsea Does, where the presenter tackled everything from drugs and racism to marriage and Silicon Valley.


Better Call Saul - TV - Season 3 - Tuesdays from April 11th

The Breaking Bad spin-off returns for its third season tomorrow, as Jimmy's links to multiple conspiracies and vendettas threaten to derail his new law practice. This new season will also mark the return of one of TV's best villains, in our opinion, Breaking Bad's Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).


Kevin Hart: What Now? - Stand-Up Special - April 11th

Comedian and movie star Kevin Hart is back to what he does best for this stand-up special filmed in front of an insane 50,000 people at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field.


Mystery Science Theatre 3000: The Return - Comedy - Season 1 - April 14th

This cult hit is back for a brand new season thanks to one of the most-funded Kickstarters of all time by the show’s creator and original host Joel Hodgson. This show began in 1988 on a single UHF station in Minneapolis and eventually made its way onto Comedy Central before being cancelled in 1997 although it was picked up for another three seasons by the Sci-Fi Channel until 1999. Its popularity led to books, marathon screenings, a 1996 feature film and even earned two Emmy nominations as well as a Peabody Award. It basically saw the host and his robot mates ripping it out of B movies, slagging off the acting or the blatant plot holes. It was great craic really, and this time round it also has Community's Dan Harmon and Joel McHale involved as writers too.


Sandy Wexler - Netflix Original Movie - April 14th

Another Adam Sandler flick as part of Netflix's four movie deal with the star. You either love or hate him, but apparently, these films do quite well for the streaming service, so someone is watching. It follows Sandy Wexler (Adam Sandler), a talent manager working in Los Angeles in the 1990s, who diligently represents a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business. His single-minded devotion is put to the test when he falls in love with his newest client, Courtney Clarke (Jennifer Hudson), a tremendously talented singer who he discovers at an amusement park.


Slam - Netflix Original Movie - April 15th

This Italian movie is based on the novel by the same title by British writer Nick Hornby, known for High Fidelity, Fever Pitch and About a Boy. Set in Rome, it's about a 16-year-old skateboarding aficionado whose world is turned upside down when he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant.