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Pour yourself a glass of wine and settle in, because May on Netflix is about to get real. 

The streaming service has already given us loads of original films and series. But what's coming in May might be the most highly anticipated bunch yet. Netflix originals such as Wine Country, Knock Down The House, When They See Us, and Always Be My Maybe are just the start of what we can expect to see this month. 

Unfortunately, with so much great content coming in, inevitably great content must go. Don't let all of the Jaws movies, Sixteen Candles, and The Notebook go by without one last watch. 

Here's a list of what's worth watching come May, and what to catch before it's gone.  

All of our favorite comedians drink wine and celebrate life in Wine Country, out May 10. 

This perfectly imperfect girls weekend features real-life besties and comedians Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, and more. It is the perfect movie to drink wine along to and watch with friends. 

A world with no parents and no rules sounds like a dream, right? Not in The Society, coming May 10. 

This 10-episode thriller about a town in which all of the adults suddenly disappear stars Gideon Adlon (Blockers) and Sean Berdy (Switched At Birth). Lord of the Flies vibes, anyone? 

Knock Down The House, premiering May 1, chronicles Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's run for Congress and is what feminist dreams are made of.

This film is a peak into four women's lives as they run for various positions in government. AOC notoriously defeated Joseph Crowley, the nearly 20-year incumbent, in a bid for the 14th Congressional seat. That final quote would have any feminist in chills, "For one of us to make it through, a hundred of us have to try." 

Legendary director Ava DuVernay tells the story of the Central Park Five in a heartbreaking tribute, When They See Us, out May 31. 

This four-part limited series tells an updated version of a true story. Four black and brown boys were wrongly accused of a rape in Central Park, DuVernay tells a version of the story that is "from their eyes and hearts."

Tuca and Bertie, which starts streaming May 3, is the raunchy animated comedy women have been waiting for. 

In this promo video for the show, the leading voices behind the birds Ali Wong (Bertie) and Tiffany Haddish (Tuca) talk about how their respective birds mirror their personalities.

Zac Efron is Ted Bundy in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile, and it premieres May 3. 

Efron has expressed how difficult it was for him to distance himself from the sickeningly charming and creepy Ted Bundy. This film based on the horrific true murders also stars Lily Collins and Kaya Scodelario. 

The Last Summer is the star studded romantic comedy of the summer premieres May 3. 

Who could be mad at this feel-good movie about a group of high schoolers last hurrah before they go off to college. True the plot isn't exactly original, but watching a cast this good fall in love for two-ish hours is enough for me. 

Moonlight is the most exciting addition that's not a Netflix original, and it's coming May 21. 

Moonlight took home the highly coveted award for Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards. The movie follows a black gay man growing up in a Miami neighborhood. 

Riverdale season 3 is available to binge watch on May 23. 

Follow along as Betty, Archie, Veronica, and Jughead uncover secrets about The Farm. Murder, mystery, and lots of sleuthing ensue. 

Finally, here is what's leaving Netflix in May.

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The Notebook waited for you for 7 years, and now it's too late, because it's leaving Netflix on May 1. 8 Mile, High School Musical 3, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Sixteen Candles, The Lovely Bones, and all of the Jaws movies will also leave on May 1. 

Bill Nye, the Science Guy: Collection 1 will be gone by May 15, so there's still some time to catch up on your favorite science facts and listen to that iconic theme song. 

You also have time to cry your eyes out at Bridge to Terabithia, which is leaving May 19, and at Southpaw which leaves May 24.