If you’re one of the nearly 50 million Americans with a Netflix subscription, you might be wondering what the streaming service is bringing to the table for the month of May. Here are five titles worth looking out for.

1. HANDSOME: A NETFLIX MYSTERY MOVIE (2017)

Curb Your Enthusiasm co-star Jeff Garlin wrote and directed this streaming original about a private detective who gets in over his head. (May 5)

2. NORM MACDONALD: HITLER’S DOG, GOSSIP & TRICKERY (2017)

The dry—very dry—comedian might not be for all tastes, but it’s hard to walk away from a Norm MacDonald appearance without realizing you’ve never seen anything quite like it. (May 9)

3. COMMAND AND CONTROL (2016)

This PBS original comes to the service following an April broadcast airing. It details the true-life struggle to contain a ballistic missile and nuclear warhead from accidentally being detonated in Damascus, Arkansas in 1980. (May 15)

4. WAR MACHINE (2017)

A Netflix original scores its biggest marquee name yet, with Brad Pitt portraying a military general whose attempt to organize a NATO force in Afghanistan unravels. (May 26)

5. THEY CALL US MONSTERS (2016)

The debate over when a teen is old enough to be tried and convicted as an adult is the focus of this documentary, which questions whether juveniles deserve the life sentences some are handed. Ben Lear, Norman Lear’s son, directs. (May 29)