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What's New & Black On Netflix This Month

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Netflix wants to get us in our feelings this winter, whether that means on our toes with new premiering dramas, or in our bag watching nostalgic movies that came out when you were too young to watch them with the volume all the way up.

Either way, this month's watch list ensures that you will be snuggled up having a healthy binge during your down time alone with no pants on, or with loved ones.


Available December 1st: 'Friday', 'Next Friday', and 'Friday After Next'

Next Friday

With recent news shared by the gangsta-rapper turned actor, producer, and screenwriter Ice Cube that he was finishing up the last installment to the epic series Friday, Netflix is giving us a chance to refresh our memories.

The nostalgic and phrase-worthy films Friday (1995), Next Friday (2000), and Friday After Next (2002) will be available December 1st for you to watch and rewind as many times as you need to while to give a double take to the babyface of actresses Regina King, Meagan Good, Nia Long, Tamala Jones, Kym Whitley, Terri J. Vaughn, and many more. Don't worry, everyone from the original films only looks around five years older to date as Black don't crack.

"You don't have to lie Craig!" See for yourself on December 1st.

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