What's new to stream for May 2018Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returns for its fourth season on Netflix late in the month.
It's May 2018, here's whats new to stream. On May 30th, the fourth season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt arrives on Netflix, well, sort of. The season will be broken up with six episodes available on the 30th, the rest will come later this year. Starting on May 4th, you can watch Arrested Development season 4. For remix on Netflix, the fourth season came out in 2013 but each episode focused on a single character. The new version will be made up of 22 episodes that are more in line with the previous seasons. Netfilx has a new comedy special called John Mulaney Kid Gorgeous at Radio City. Mulaney sold out Radio City for seven shows in a row. Over on Showtime you catch Kevin Smith's Silent But Deadly starting on May 11th. the show opens with an intro by Kevin Smith himself explaining that he suffered a massive heart attack immediately after that special was done recording. It's a good thing he got lucky. Showtime also has a new mini series called Patrick Melrose starring Benedict Cumberback starting on May 12th. Hulu has the series finale of New Girl, starting on May 15th. Netflix will have two new episodes of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman in the month of May. The first one streamed on May 4th with Tina Fey, the second is with Howard Stern on the last day of May. Speaking of Tina Fey, she will host the season finale of Saturday Night Live. The episode will be available to stream on Hulu on May 19th. HBO has the season finale of Barry on May 13th. That's the Bill Hader series Where a hit man realizes his true passion in life is acting. Also on May 13, you can catch the 5th season finale of Silicon Valley on HBO streaming services. On May 18, 13 Reasons Why returns for its second season on Netflix. And last but not least, Netflix has a new weekly show called The Break With Michelle Wolf. The first episode goes online on May 27th. For more information on what's coming and going online, checkout cnet.com/netpicks. I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I'll see you online. [MUSIC]