Netflix is easily the best way to pass time and is chalked full of binge-worthy content, whether its original or not.\nNetflix's original content, though, is a leader in TV, while their original film content hasn't quite achieved the recognition their tv series' have. Still, there are some good flicks in there that are certainly worth your time.\nIt's hard to keep up with what has been added every month, and more so to keep up with what is worth your time to watch.\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Just Released An Exclusive First Look At 13 Reasons Why Season 2\nWe've got you all covered, though, and today I have some of Netflix's original content that is totally worth your streaming time and dollars.\nHere are 10 Netflix Originals you should watch this month:\n1. Superstition\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nA new Netflix series that I have been wanting to watch, but have not - yet. Superstition is a supernatural drama that follows a family who owns a funeral home in Georgia. The series is polarizing audiences, some love it, some don't.\n2. The Rain\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nThis is one of the most talked about new original series added to Netflix of late. The series follows a group of teenaged survivors in Scandinavia after a deadly storm-carried virus wipes out the most of the population.\n3. Dear White People - Season 2\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nDear White People, the TV-show reboot was hugely successful in season 1, and the highly anticipated second season just arrived to Netflix this month!\n4. The Alienist\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nLuke Evans and Dakota Fanning lead this murder-mystery, thriller set in 1986 New York City. I've watched a few episodes, and I'm hooked! You should give it a chance.\n5. Kodachrome\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nStarring Elizabeth Olsen, Ed Harris, and Jason Sudeikis.\nSet during the final days of the admired photo development system known as Kodachrome, a father and son hit the road in order to reach the Kansas photo lab before it closes its doors for good.\n6. Cargo\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes (Not Available)\nA post-apocalyptic thriller about a father trying to save his son at all costs.\n7. Anon\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nStarring Amanda Seyfried and Clive Owen.\nIn a world without anonymity or crime, a detective meets a woman who threatens their security.\n8. On My Block\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nA new coming-of-age teen dramedy that is set in South Central Los Angeles.\n9. End Game\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nNoted as "heartbreaking and truly raw", End Game takes a look at terminally ill patients, and the doctors trying to change our approach to life and death.\n10. Lost In Space\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nNow, I had hesitations of including this on the list, but it is still being talked about everywhere. Combine that trending topic status with the fact that is one of the most expensive Netflix originals ever made, I thought it deserved a spot here.\nBONUS - These titles below may not be available just yet, but they are coming and they're coming real soon!\n11. 13 Reasons Why\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nYou guys are all too excited for the return of Netflix's 13 Reasons Why. You can see what I had to say about season 2 right here, and here.\n13 Reasons Why returns May 18, 2018.\n12. Ibiza\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nGillian Jacobs and SNL's Vanessa Bayer lead this new bestie's comedy that sees a group of girlfriends take Ibiza by storm to hunt for a superstar DJ.\nIbiza will be released to Netflix on May 25, 2018.\n13. Arrested Development\nIMDB | Rotten Tomatoes\nProbably the biggest announcement from Netflix to come in a while, Arrested Development Season 5 officially hits the streaming service this month! Check out the new trailer.\nArrested Development Season 5 will be released on May 29, 2018, and Netflix just added the older seasons, too!\nSome of these new originals on Netflix should keep you guys tied over until we release what's coming for June.\nIn case you missed it, you can check out all the content added to Netflix this month right here!