Salesforce: I Saw It Coming, And It’s Still A Buy (NYSE:CRM)


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Introduction

In my recent Salesforce article, I discussed Salesforce’s (CRM) acquisitive streak and its CEO Mark Benioff’s vision to make the company’s comprehensive client relationship management software an essential part of large enterprises around the globe. As we are all aware, the virus has negatively impacted most businesses from a financial perspective, including Salesforce. Notwithstanding, during this time, Salesforce has invested in its customers and by extension its own business by aiding the transition of businesses even further into the cloud.

That is, Salesforce, as it has always done, has gone on the offensive while others stand flatfooted. But as they say, it takes money to make money, and there have been and will be financial repercussions due to the virus.

I attended Salesforce’s recent earnings report, and today, I am going to share the information that I gathered. Interestingly, the company reduced guidance, but, as you can see in our recent Salesforce article, we had already accounted for this through very conservative assumptions about growth. It’s our margin of safety at work! A truly beautiful sight to see.

During a volatile quarter (Q1 2020), Salesforce provided decent results and revealed an interesting new project, i.e., work.com, which is going to be vital for governments and businesses’ reopenings (just another example of Salesforce going on the offensive). While the world roils in a time of uncertainty regarding the economy and the virus, something certain is that the transition to digital will remain a central component of all businesses’ plans moving forward, and Salesforce will reap the rewards of this accelerated digital transformation.

What We Will Cover

Today, I am going to highlight:

  • How Salesforce worked with its businesses during the depths of the virus and how this will pay off down the road (especially as manifested in work.com).
  • Big wins for the quarter (e.g., the AT&T (T) deal) and how its services shine.
  • What we can expect to see this quarter regarding costs and what we can expect moving forward.
  • Lastly, I will share my sum of parts valuation based on Salesforce’s revenue, illustrating that it remains a good investment.

Work.com Continues To Build Salesforce’s Fortress

Work.com Overview Demo Video | Salesforce

The above video explains what work.com is and how it helps businesses get back to work. The goal of the website/application is to allow businesses to reopen as quickly as possible while keeping employees and communities safe and up-to-date.

In my recent Salesforce article (linked above), I discussed how Salesforce has always looked to serve its customers by acquiring new services/applications to offer or by developing these services/applications themselves. Work.com is another example of Salesforce’s goal to continually evolve and serve its clients.

In the company’s recent earnings call, Benioff said that Salesforce started developing work.com early on in the pandemic because the governor of Rhode Island highlighted that governments, universities, and businesses would need a device to understand what’s happening around them and help businesses become operational again in a “new normal.” Since the service launched, it’s now used by governments (30 states) and businesses such as PWC, Deloitte, and IBM (IBM).

Workday (WDAY) also partnered with Salesforce to integrate its employee data directly into work.com. Work.com has seamlessly integrated into Salesforce’s flagship offering, Customer 360. This further highlights the massive strength of Salesforce’s offering. That is, its offering is highly adaptable and can serve numerous functions for innumerable businesses.

Additionally, Salesforce started a Salesforce Care line (has three versions), which is designed to help businesses work, sell, service, and market from home, and the service already has 38,000 sign-ups. Salesforce expects its investments in the last three months in work.com and Customer 360 to contribute to a strong pipeline of customers.

All of this contributed to the much lamented and lambasted elevated expenses. But the reality is that these should be seen as investments for the future. As I mentioned above, Salesforce has proven and continues to prove that it can rapidly evolve, adapt, and serve as a force for good, and most importantly, value creation.

Wins For The Quarter

In Q1, Salesforce signed AT&T to a long-term deal, as the company moves toward a digitally-powered system that’s going to be powered by Salesforce. AT&T was planning to slowly transition to being fully digital, but due to the virus, it is accelerating the transition and will utilize Customer 360 to bring 5G to the world.

In an interview following the earnings report, Benioff said regarding AT&T,

“[Salesforce] is focused on making sure our customers can connect with their customers in a whole new way across everyday critical customer touch point… No one else can say we can help you with your field service, instore service, e-commerce, messaging, call center, and devices all integrated in a cross-sell, upsell environment, through our Customer 360.”

Companies and organizations are accelerating their plans to transition to digital, and as the #1 CRM service, Salesforce is in a strong position to capture this trend. In fact, Salesforce increased its market share this year, as can be seen below.

Source: Salesforce Q1 FY21 Slideshow

Salesforce also expanded its relationship with the Standard Bank Group, the largest bank in Africa which operates in 20 markets. Additionally, Salesforce’s partner, nCino, built a system for end-to-end solutions for the Federal SBA Cares Act loans and processed more than $35 billion in loans for its banking customers utilizing Customer 360.

Costs And Moving Forward

Salesforce expected to generate $21 billion in FY21 before the virus but lowered expectations to $20 billion (my original analysis, linked in the first paragraph, implemented a margin of safety, so, in short, I saw this coming… and the stock still offers compelling value). Benioff said that this is partially due to the average of contracts being shorter and the economic uncertainty for its customers. Now, obviously we don’t want to see revenue projections go down, but a mere 5% decrease in revenue for FY21 leaves me feeling confident in Salesforce’s ability to recover.

Here is what CFO, Mark Hawkins said in the earnings call regarding anticipated revenues,

“First, our guidance assumes our revenue attrition rises from less than 9% now to less than 10% temporarily for the rest of the fiscal year. Second, the guidance reflects the adjustment to incremental new business expectations that we made due to the COVID pandemic. Another important consideration when thinking about our FY ’21 guide is of the magnitude of the above”

The new expectations are within the company’s reach because Salesforce has now projected conservative growth to account for the economic uncertainty. Now Salesforce expects 17% year-over-year growth for 2021, compared to the 23% which it anticipated going into the year. It is important to note that the company said it would release a new target revenue (likely lower than the $35B it recently projected) for 2024, which will be announced at 2020’s Dreamforce day in November.

Salesforce provided financial flexibility to companies that were severely impacted by the virus, although it does expect to receive the payments later down the road. This contributed to higher costs as well as additional spending on IT services to adapt products for the crisis. The company also expects to incur a cost of $65 million from cancellation fees with clients and making its 2020 Dreamforce day virtual.

The company also issued a one-time $140M commission guarantee to pay its sales team since they couldn’t work in the field. This allowed Salesforce to retain its sales team and to have them transition to communicating with potential customers virtually. These expenses will reside in Q1 for 2020 and explain why operating margins declined, which can be seen below.

Source: YCharts

The additional spending from the quarter resulted in only $1.54 billion in free cash flow, which is 15% lower than the previous year. The company does not anticipate the above conditions to apply to future quarters and expects IT expenses will decrease in 2021. Salesforce believes that its efforts during this quarter are going to allow its customers to resume business activities and will prove to be pivotal for its pipeline.

Salesforce’s Revenues

Source: Created By Author

  • Note: Percentages refer to the growth in revenue from 2019 to 2021.
  • $.273 billion for the “Salesforce Platform & Other” segment is contributed by Tableau in Q1 of 2021

Source: Salesforce Q1FY21 Earnings Press Release

Now, the above data are important because I employ them to create the following sum of parts valuation.

Employing The L.A. Stevens Valuation Model

So as to illuminate the math behind this valuation, here are some notable assumptions I used to create this valuation.

  1. I included the assumed growth rates in the chart below
  2. The free cash flow margins I used were as follows:
    1. 35% for the Sales Cloud
    2. 30% for the Service Cloud
    3. 25% for Sales Platform & Other
    4. 25% for Marketing Cloud and Commerce Cloud
  3. I then used these free cash flow assumptions to create a free cash flow per share that I then inputted into the LASV Model.
  4. The valuations depicted below are those that we can expect by 2030.
  5. I then added up the individual valuations and created a conservative 2030 total valuation target that I then converted into a share price.
  6. I then used the current share price and the 2030 target share price to arrive at total expected returns.
  7. I could have used the current market cap and 2030 target market cap also but simply chose to view the CAGR calculation from the vantage point of share prices.

Last note, if any of this was unclear to you, please feel free to ask your questions regarding the valuation in the comments section below. It would be two articles alone to write out every bit of math employed in this valuation. The present revenues for each segment can be found in the company’s 10-Q multiplied by 4. You can then take those revenues and apply a conservative FCF to equity margin that you can then divide by the total shares outstanding.

This is everything you need to create a very conservative projection of intrinsic value for each component of the company’s business.

Now, let’s check out the results.

Valuations

Segment

Anticipated Growth

2030 Valuation

Sales Cloud

12.5%

$136.38B

Service Cloud

15%

$160.49B

Sales Platform & Other

22.5%

$265.75B

Marketing Cloud and Commerce Cloud

22.5%

$133.74B

Total Valuation

$696.36B

Evaluating Based off 2019 Total Revenue**

17.5%

$641.7B

Source: Author’s Own Calculations And The LASV Model

Based on each segment’s future projected value, Salesforce will have a market cap of ~$696.36 billion in 10 years. Using the current value of each segment divided by shares outstanding, Salesforce is worth $243 today, which means it is undervalued while trading at $175.

Total Expected Return

Salesforce’s current market cap is $158.34 billion, so we can expect an ~16% return on investment based on each segment.

These returns were based on very conservative estimates, which gives Salesforce the room to underperform the stronger growth that we actually anticipate will materialize throughout the 2020s. However, we never invest based on our optimistic assumptions. Rather, we choose to invest based on our most pessimistic assumptions, thereby ensuring we can be very wrong and still be right.

Therefore, with an expected return on investment between 15-16%, Salesforce is a strong buy as it beats our 9.8% hurdle rate.

Margin Of Safety

For estimating the value of each segment, I use a safe anticipated growth based on the previous three years of revenue, which is best highlighted in the revenue graph above the chart. As can be seen in my revenue growth graph, each segment is strongly contributing to Salesforce’s growing revenue, but the estimates we used were much smaller than the previous three years, giving us a strong margin of safety.

In my previous article, I used a 17.5% growth rate over a 10-year span to be conservative and account for market-altering scenarios (i.e. the virus). While Salesforce’s growth is going to be affected by the virus, I am confident that it will continue to grow at a strong rate because of its market-leading core businesses and the growth in the digital CRM market. This is reflected in Salesforce’s 17% growth for FY2021 (during the worst of times), so we can expect the company to actually achieve growth north of 17% over the next five years (assuming no further implications from the virus).

Concluding Remarks

Salesforce had a strong quarter in terms of strengthening relationships with its customers to help them through this difficult time. Further, while its revenues won’t grow as fast as anticipated by the company, they will grow just fast enough for me and my conservative valuation approach.

When the going got tough, businesses turned to Salesforce for help, and the company has proven itself to be an incredibly valuable asset for businesses (as evidenced by AT&T’s acceleration of its deal with Salesforce). The “digitization of reality” continues to consume the world as we know it, and Salesforce will continue to reap the rewards of this revolution. I expect that the company will continue to grow and improve margins after the economic turmoil begotten by the virus dissipates.

As always, thanks for reading; remember to follow for more, and happy investing!

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Here’s everything coming to HBO Max in June 2020


HBO Max, the new streaming service from AT&T
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, is launching May 27, but really takes off in June, with a slew of movies and series — some original, others coming over from WarnerMedia’s many cable channels.

Among the highlights: The long-awaited third season of the millennial comedy/thriller “Search Party” (June 25); the HBO limited series “Perry Mason” (June 21), a noirish prequel to the iconic TV lawyer starring Matthew Rhys of “The Americans”; the HBO true-crime docuseries “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” (June 28); and all 23 seasons of “South Park” (June 24).

There’s also a bunch of kid-friendly options — such as “Adventure Time Distant Lands: BMO” (June 25) and new cartoons from Looney Tunes and Popeye (both June 16) — and movies, including “The Iron Giant,” “Titanic” (both June 1), “Ad Astra” (June 6), “First Man” (June 17) and “Ford v. Ferrari” (June 20).

Also see: What coming in June to Netflix | Hulu

That’s all in addition to the launch-day offerings, which include every season of “Friends,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and six originals: “Love Life,”a romantic-comedy anthology series starring Anna Kendrick; the controversial Russell Simmons documentary“On the Record”; “Legendary,”a voguing competition series; the kids competition show “Craftopia”; and new offerings from Looney Tunes and Sesame Street’s Elmo.

HBO Max costs $14.99 a month — the same as HBO Now or an HBO cable subscription — but if you sign up before May 27 you can get a year’s subscription for $11.99 a month.

What’s coming in June

June 1

4th & Forever: Muck City, Season 1

Adventures In Babysitting, 1987 (HBO)

Amelie, 2001 (HBO)

An American Werewolf in London, 1981 (HBO)

The American, 2010 (HBO)

Another Cinderella Story, 2008

Beautiful Girls, 1996 (HBO)

Black Beauty, 1994

Bridget Jones’s Baby, 2016

The Bucket List, 2007

Cabaret, 1972

The Champ, 1979

Chicago, 2002

A Cinderella Story, 2004

A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song, 2011

Clash Of The Titans, 2010

Cradle 2 the Grave, 2003

Crash, 2005 (Director’s Cut) (HBO)

Doubt, 2008 (HBO)

Dreaming Of Joseph Lees, 1999 (HBO)

Drop Dead Gorgeous, 1999

Dune, 1984 (HBO)

Elf, 2003

Enter The Dragon, 1973

Far and Away, 1992 (HBO)

Final Destination, 2000

Final Destination 2, 2003

Final Destination 3, 2006

The Final Destination, 2009

Firewall, 2006

Flipped, 2010

Forces of Nature, 1999 (HBO)

The Fountain, 2006 (HBO)

Frantic, 1988

From Dusk Til Dawn, 1996

Full Metal Jacket, 1987

Gente De Zona: En Letra De Otro, 2018 (HBO)

The Good Son, 1993 (HBO)

The Goonies, 1985

Hanna, 2011 (HBO)

Havana, 1990 (HBO)

He Got Game, 1998 (HBO)

Heaven Can Wait, 1978

Heidi, 2006

Hello Again, 1987 (HBO)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, 2012

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 2013

The Hunger, 1983

In Her Shoes, 2005 (HBO)

In Like Flint, 1967 (HBO)

The Iron Giant, 1999

It Takes Two, 1995

Juice, 1992

The Last Mimzy, 2007

License To Wed, 2007

Life, 1999 (HBO)

Lifeforce, 1985 (HBO)

Lights Out, 2016 (HBO)

Like Water For Chocolate, 1993 (HBO)

Looney Tunes: Back in Action, 2003

The Losers, 2010

Love Jones, 1997

Lucy, 2020 (HBO)

Magic Mike, 2012

McCabe and Mrs. Miller, 1971

Misery, 1990

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, 2008 (HBO)

A Monster Calls, 2016 (HBO)

Mr. Wonderful, 1993 (HBO)

Must Love Dogs, 2005

My Dog Skip, 2000

Mystic River, 2003

The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter, 1991

The Neverending Story, 1984

New York Minute, 2004

Nights In Rodanthe, 2008

No Reservations, 2007

Ordinary People, 1980

Our Man Flint, 1966 (HBO)

The Parallax View, 1974

Patch Adams, 1998 (HBO)

A Perfect World, 1993

Pedro Capo: En Letra Otro, 2017 (HBO)

Personal Best, 1982

Presumed Innocent, 1990

Ray, 2004 (HBO)

Richie Rich (Movie), 1994

Rosewood, 1997

Rugrats Go Wild, 2003

Running on Empty, 1988

Secondhand Lions, 2003

She’s The Man, 2006 (HBO)

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, 2011 (HBO)

Space Cowboys, 2000

Speed Racer, 2008

Splendor in the Grass, 1961

The Stepfather, 1987 (HBO)

Summer Catch, 2001

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1990

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, 1991

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, 1993

Tess, 1980 (HBO)

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, 2005

The Time Traveler’s Wife, 2009

Titanic, 1997

TMNT, 2007

Torch Song Trilogy, 1988

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, 1997 (HBO)

Tweety’s High-Flying Adventures, 2000

U-571, 2000 (HBO)

U.S. Marshals, 1998

Unaccompanied Minors, 2006

Uncle Buck, 1989 (HBO)

Veronica Mars, 2014

Walking and Talking, 1996 (HBO)

We Are Marshall, 2006

Weird Science, 1985 (HBO)

When Harry Met Sally, 1989

Wild Wild West, 1999

Wonder, 2019 (HBO)

X-Men: First Class, 2011 (HBO)

You’ve Got Mail, 1998

June 2

Inside Carbonaro, Season 1 (TruTV)

June 4

HBO First Look: The King of Staten Island (HBO)

June 6:

Ad Astra, 2019 (HBO)

Yvonne Orji: Momma, I Made It! (HBO)

June 7

I May Destroy You, Series Premiere (HBO)

June 10

Infinity Train, Season 2 Premiere

June 12

El asesino de los caprichos (AKA The Goya Murders), 2020 (HBO)

June 13

The Good Liar, 2019 (HBO)

June 16

#GeorgeWashington, 2017

Age of Big Cats, Season 1

Ancient Earth, Season 1

Apocalypse: WWI, Season 1

Big World in A Small Garden, 2016

The Celts: Blood, Iron & Sacrifice, Season One

Cornfield Shipwreck, 2019

The Daunting Fortress of Richard the Lionheart, 2019

David Attenborough’s Ant Mountain, 2016

David Attenbourough’s Light on Earth, 2016

DeBugged, 2018

Digits, Season 1

Dragons & Damsels, 2019

Ebony: The Last Years of The Atlantic Slave Trade, 2016

Expedition: Black Sea Wrecks, Season One

First Man, 2017

Going Nuts: Tales from Squirrel World, 2019

Hack the Moon: Unsung Heroes of Apollo, 2019

The History of Food, Season 1

Hurricane the Anatomy, Season 1, 2018

Into the Lost Crystal Caves, 2016

Jason Silva: Transhumanism, 2016

King: A Filmed Record… Montgomery to Memphis (Part 1 & Part 2), Season 1

Knuckleball!, 2019

Leonardo: The Mystery of The Lost Portrait, 2018

Looney Tunes (Batch 2) Season 1

Man’s First Friend, 2018

Penguin Central, 2019

Pompeii: Disaster Street, 2020

Popeye (Batch 2) Season 1

Pyramids Builders: New Clues, 2019

Realm of the Volga, Season 1

Sacred Spaces, Season 1

Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer, Documentary Premiere (CNN)

Scanning the Pyramids, 2018

Science vs. Terrorism, Season 1

The Secret Lives of Big Cats, Season 1

Secret Life of Lakes, Season 1

Secret Life Underground, Season 1

Secrets of the Solar System, Season 1

Space Probes!, Season 1

Speed, Season 1

Spies of War , Season 1

Tales of Nature, Season 1

Tsunamis: Facing a Global Threat, 2020

Versailles Rediscovered: The Sun King’s Vanished Palace, 2019

Viking Women, Season One

Vitamania, 2018

Whale Wisdom, 2019

The Woodstock Bus, 2019

June 18

Summer Camp Island, Season 2 Premiere

Karma, Series Premiere

June 19

Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

Entre Nos: The Winners (HBO)

Bajo el mismo techo (AKA Under the Same Roof), 2020 (HBO)

June 20

Ford V. Ferrari, 2020 (HBO)

June 21

Perry Mason, Limited Series Premiere (HBO)

June 24

South Park, Seasons 1-23

Transhood, Documentary Premiere (HBO)

June 25

Adventure Time Distant Lands: BMO, Special Premiere

Doom Patrol, Season 2 Premiere

Esme & Roy, Season 2A Premiere

Search Party, Season 3 Premiere

June 26

Hormigas (AKA The Awakening of the Ants), 2020

June 27

Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut), 2020 (HBO)

June 28

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, Docuseries Premiere (HBO)

June 30

Welcome to Chechnya, Documentary Premiere (HBO)



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Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in June 2020, and what’s leaving


A new food show, a romantic spinoff and a slew of hit movies highlight Hulu’s additions in June 2020.

Inspired by the 2018 movie “Love, Simon,” the new half-hour series “Love, Victor” (June 19) is a rom-com about a gay teen trying to find his place — both in life and in a new town. It reportedly went to Hulu after Walt Disney Co
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— which has a controlling stake in the streaming service — thought it was a little too adult-themed for its more family-oriented Disney+.

It’ll be joined by another newcomer, “Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi” (June 19), in which the cookbook author and “Top Chef” host explores America’s rich and diverse food culture.

Other June highlights include the fourth and final season of the raunchy baseball comedy “Brockmire” (June 16), which just competed its run on IFC; the complete series of Adult Swim’s demented comedy “Children’s Hospital” (June 1); and a new installment of the original horror anthology “Into the Dark,” with “Good Boy” (June 12).

Also see: Here’s everything coming to Netflix in June 2020 — and what’s leaving

Hulu is also adding movies such as “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” (June 2), with Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers; 1998’s excellent cop-and-robber romp “Out of Sight” (June 19), with George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez; 2019’s “Charlie’s Angel’s” reboot (June 25); and “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” (June 30).

What’s coming in June

June 1

Celebrity Family Feud: Season 6 premiere (ABC)

Press Your Luck: Season 2 premiere (ABC)

Match Game: Season 5 premiere (ABC)

Children’s Hospital: Complete series (Adult Swim)

Mike Tyson Mysteries: Complete seasons 1 to 3 (Adult Swim)

10 Year Plan (2014)

4th Man Out

Above & Beyond (2014)

Almost Adults (2016)

Born to be Wild (2011)

Casino (1995)

Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)

Cliffhanger (1993)

Constantine (2005)

Dave (1993)

Digging for Fire (2015)

Dirty Dancing (1987)

Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)

Equilibrium (2002)

Fair Game (2010)

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974)

Futureworld (1976)

Grown Ups (2010)

Happily N’Ever After (2007)

Happily N’Ever After 2 (2009)

Honey (2003)

Honey 2 (2011)

I Am Legend (2007)

I Love You, Beth Cooper

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

Incident at Loch Ness (2004)

Joyride (1997)

Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story (2014)

Kingpin (1996)

Losing Isaiah (1995)

Meet Me In Montenegro (2014)

Meet the Fockers (2004)

Meet the Parents (2000)

Mo’ Money (1992)

My Girl (1991)

My Girl 2 (1994)

Nate and Hayes (1983)

October Sky (1999)

Quigley Down Under (1990)

Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)

Sex Drive (2008)

The American President (1995)

The Cookout (2004)

The Marine 3: Homefront (2013)

The Pawnbroker (1964)

The Scout (1994)

The Tuxedo (2002)

The Wood (1999)

The X-Files (1998)

Thelma & Louise (1991)

Trade (2007)

Treading Water (2013)

True Romance (Director’s Cut) (1993)

Undertow (2004)

Up in the Air (2009)

Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2007)

Women and Sometimes Men (2017)

Wristcutters: A Love Story (2007)

You Don’t Mess With The Zohan (2008)

Zardoz (1974)

June 2

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)

June 4

Miss Snake Charmer (2020)

June 5

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme: Documentary Premiere (Hulu Original)

Shirley (2020)

Intrigo: Dear Agnes (2019)

June 6

The Appearance (2018)

June 7

Where’s Waldo?: Complete Season 1 (Dreamworks)

June 8

My Absolute Boyfriend: Complete season 1 (Rakuten)

Radiant: Complete season 1 (Rakuten)

From Paris with Love (2010)

June 9

The Best of The Bachelor: Series premiere (ABC)

June 10

Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots: Complete season 7 (OWN)

June 12

Crossing Swords: Series premiere (Hulu Original)

Into the Dark: Good Boy: New episode premiere (Hulu Original)

Don’t: Series premiere (ABC)

Intrigo: Samaria (2019)

Child’s Play (2019)

Awakenings (1990)

Fools Rush In (1997)

Poetic Justice (1993)

Seven Pounds (2008)

June 13

Eye in the Skye (2015)

Dragonheart (1996)

Windtalkers (2002)

June 15

Pan (2015)

Breakup at a Wedding (2013)

Dustwalker (2020)

The US vs. John Lennon (2006)

June 16

Brockmire: Complete season 4 (IFC)

Larry Crowne (2011)

June 17

Nostalgia (2018)

June 18

Buffaloed (2020)

Crawl (2019)

June 19

Love, Victor: Series premiere (Hulu Original)

Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi: Series premiere (Hulu Original)

Bean (1997)

Gigli (2003)

Hart’s War (2002)

La Bamba (1987)

Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007)

Natural Born Killers (1994)

Out of Sight (1998)

The Peacemaker (1997)

Tears of the Sun (2003)

Zoom (2006)

June 22

Clemency (2019)

XX (2017)

June 25

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band (2020)

Charlie’s Angels (2019)

June 29

Carrion (2020)

June 30

The Gallows Act II (2019)

One For The Money (2012)

Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011)

6 Souls (2013)

That’s My Boy (2012)

What’s leaving in June

June 30

Aeon Flux (2005)

Bangkok Dangerous (2008)

Bend It Like Beckham (2003)

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Blue City (1986)

Demolition Man (1993)

Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who (2008)

Dr. T. and the Women (2000)

Foxfire (1996)

Get Smart (2008)

Gods and Monsters (1998)

GoodFellas (1990)

Grown Ups (2010)

House of D (2005)

I Am Legend (2007)

Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003)

Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004)

Kingpin (1996)

Let Me In (2010)

Monster House (2006)

Phone Booth (2003)

Repentance (2014)

Romancing the Stone (1984)

The Boost (1988)

The Conjuring (2013)

The Eternal (1998)

The Full Monty (1997)

The Green Mile (1999)

The Jewel of the Nile (1985)

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)

The Men Who Stare at Goats (2010)

The Mexican (2001)

The Pirates! Band of Misfits (2012)

The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)



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Here’s everything coming to Netflix in May 2020 — and what’s leaving


Don’t worry, after more than a month under stay-at-home orders, it only feels like you’ve already watched everything on Netflix Inc. But May is bringing a new crop of shows and movies to binge, with some big names behind them.

Among the most anticipated new offerings for Netflix
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: Steve Carell’s new workplace comedy “Space Force” (May 29), Ryan Murphy’s post-World War II limited series “Hollywood” (May 1), “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle’s Paris musical drama “The Eddy” (May 8), and the rom-com action movie “The Lovebirds” (May 22), starring Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae.

There’s also Season 2 of the dark comedy “Dead to Me” (May 8), starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini; new standup comedy specials from Patton Oswalt (May 19), Jerry Seinfeld (May 5) and Hannah Gadsby (May 26); and an “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” interactive special (May 12). May 25 is also the release date of one of last year’s most critically acclaimed films, Adam Sandler’s “Uncut Gems.”

Also see: What’s coming in May to: Amazon Prime Video | Hulu

What’s coming to Netflix in May

May 1

All Day and a Night — Netflix Film

Almost Happy — Netflix Original

Get In — Netflix Film

Go! Go! Cory Carson: The Chrissy — Netflix Family

The Half of It — Netflix Film

Hollywood — Netflix Original

Into the Night — Netflix Original

Medici: The Magnificent: Part 2 — Netflix Original

Mrs. Serial Killer — Netflix Film

Reckoning: Season 1 — Exclusively on Netflix

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cracked Up, The Darrell Hammond Story

Den of Thieves

For Colored Girls

Fun with Dick & Jane

I Am Divine

Jarhead

Jarhead 2: Field of Fire

Jarhead 3: The Siege

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Masha and the Bear: Season 4

Material

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki Kun: Season 1

Sinister

Song of the Sea

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Heartbreak Kid

The Patriot

Thomas & Friends: Marvelous Machinery: A New Arrival

Thomas & Friends: Marvelous Machinery: World of Tomorrow

Thomas & Friends: Thomas and the Royal Engine

Underworld

Underworld: Evolution

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

Urban Cowboy

What a Girl Wants

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

May 4

Arctic Dogs

May 5

Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill — Netflix Comedy Special

May 6

Workin’ Moms: Season 4 — Netflix Original

May 7

Scissor Seven: Season 2 — Netflix Anime

May 8

18 regali — Netflix Film

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt — Netflix Family

Dead to Me: Season 2 — Netflix Original

The Eddy — Netflix Original

The Hollow: Season 2 — Netflix Family

House at the End of the Street

Restaurants on the Edge: Season 2 — Netflix Original

Rust Valley Restorers: Season 2 — Netflix Original

Valeria — Netflix Original

May 9

Charmed: Season 2

Grey’s Anatomy: Season 16

May 11

Bordertown: Season 3 — Netflix Original

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics — Netflix Documentary

Trial By Media — Netflix Documentary

May 12

True: Terrific Tales — Netflix Family

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Vs. the Reverend — Netflix Interactive Special

May 13

The Wrong Missy — Netflix Film

May 14

Riverdale: Season 4

May 15

Chichipatos — Netflix Original

District 9

I Love You, Stupid — Netflix Film

Inhuman Resources — Netflix Original

Magic for Humans: Season 3 — Netflix Original

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 5 — Netflix Family

White Lines — Netflix Original

May 16

La reina de Indias y el conquistador — Netflix Original

Public Enemies

United 93

May 17

Soul Surfer

May 18

The Big Flower Fight — Netflix Original

May 19

Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything — Netflix Comedy Special

Sweet Magnolias — Netflix Original

Trumbo

May 20

Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall — Netflix Documentary

The Flash: Season 6

Rebelión de los Godinez — Netflix Film

May 22

Control Z — Netflix Original

History 101 — Netflix Original

Just Go With It

The Lovebirds — Netflix Film

Selling Sunset: Season 2 — Netflix Original

Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series: Season 2 — Netflix Original

May 23

Dynasty: Season 3

May 25

Ne Zha

Norm of the North: Family Vacation

Uncut Gems

May 26

Hannah Gadsby: Douglas — Netflix Comedy Special

May 27

I’m No Longer Here — Netflix Film

The Lincoln Lawyer

May 28

Dorohedoro — Netflix Anime

La corazonada — Netflix Film

May 29

Space Force — Netflix Original

Somebody Feed Phil: Season 3 — Netflix Documentary

May 31

High Strung Free Dance

What’s leaving in May

May 1

John Carter

May 15

Limitless

The Place Beyond the Pines

May 17

Royal Pains: Season 1-8

May 18

Scandal: Season 1-7

May 19

Black Snake Moan

Carriers

Evolution

The First Wives Club

It Takes Two

Love, Rosie

She’s Out of My League

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

Young Adult

Yours, Mine and Ours

May 25

Bitten: Season 1-3

May 30

Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere: Collection 1

May 31

Austin Powers in Goldmember

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Dear John

Final Destination

The Final Destination

Final Destination 2

Final Destination 3

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Looney Tunes: Back in Action

My Girl

The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

Outbreak

Red Dawn

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Here’s everything coming to Hulu in May 2020, and what’s leaving


While Hulu doesn’t have a ton of original content coming in May, what it does have looks interesting.

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-controlled streaming service will roll out Season 2 of “Ramy” (May 29), the critically acclaimed comedy series about an Egyptian-American slacker that won Ramy Hassan a Golden Globe award earlier this year; “Solar Opposites” (May 8), a new animated series from the creative team behind “Rick and Morty”; and “The Great” (May 15), a historical satirical comedy starring Elle Fanning as Catherine the Great.

Also see: What’s coming in May to: Netflix | Amazon Prime Video

What’s coming to Hulu in May

May 1

Bloom: Complete Season 2 (Stan)

A Life Less Ordinary (1997)

Aeon Flux (2005)

Assassination Tango (2003)

Batman Begins (2005)

Billy the Kid (2013)

Brick Mansions (2014)

Crooked Hearts (1991)

Demolition Man (1993)

Escape from Alcatraz (1979)

Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (1984)

Gloria (2014)

GoodFellas (1990)

Harry Benson: Shoot First (2016)

House of D (2005)

Megamind (2010)

Men With Brooms (2002)

Molly (1999)

Monster House (2006)

Mutant Species (1995)

Pathology (2008)

Planet 51 (2009)

Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977)

Sands of Iwo Jima (1950)

Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)

Some Kind of Hero (1982)

Soul Food (1997)

Sprung (1997)

Strategic Air Command (1955)

Tamara (2006)

Tank Girl (1995)

The Conjuring (2013)

The Dark Knight (2008)

The Graduate (1967)

The Green Mile (1999)

The Patriot (2000)

The Whistle Blower (1987)

Treasure Hounds (2017)

Universal Soldier (1992)

Walking Tall (1973)

May 5

Vikings: Season 6A

May 8

Solar Opposites: Series Premiere

Into the Dark: Delivered: New Episode Premiere

Spaceship Earth (2020)

May 15

The Great: Series Premiere

Beat Bobby Flay: Complete Seasons 8 and 9

Caribbean Life: Complete Season 15

Chopped: Complete Seasons 37-39

Fast N’ Loud: Complete Season 15

Gold Rush: Complete Season 8

Murder in the Heartland: Complete Season 2

Property Brothers: Complete Seasons 12 and 13

Street Outlaws: Complete Seasons 8 and 9

The Great Food Truck Race: Complete Seasons 8 and 9

The Little Couple: Complete Seasons 13 and 14

Worst Cooks in America: Complete Season 14

Open Door: Complete Season 2

On the Market: Complete Season 1

Reverse Engineering: Complete Season 1

Molly Tries: Complete Season 1

Andy Explores: Complete Season 1

Handcrafted: Complete Season 1

From the Test Kitchen: Complete Season 1

It’s Alive with Brad: Complete Season 2

Epic Conversations: Complete Season 1

Iconic Characters: Complete Season 2

Drag Me: Complete Season 1

73 Questions: Complete Season 2

Community en Español: Complete Series

It’s a Disaster (2012)

May 19

Like Crazy (2011)

Trial by Fire (2019)

May 20

Ultimate Tag: Series Premiere

May 22

Rocketman (2019)

Premature (2020)

Top End Wedding (2019)

Painter and the Thief (2020)

May 25

The Tracker (2019)

May 26

I Still Believe (2020)

May 29

Ramy: Complete Season 2

Disappearance at Clifton Hill (2020)

What’s leaving May 31

50/50

Danny Roane: First Time Director

Deck the Halls

Eyes of an Angel

Free Willy

Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home

Free Willy 3: The Rescue

Furry Vengeance

Gator

Good Morning, Killer

Good Will Hunting

Hide

Hornet’s Nest

Innocent

Kinsey

Leap Year

Major League II

Man on a Ledge

Megamind

Misery

Natural Born Killers

Night of the Living Dead

Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection

Notes On a Scandal

Richard the Lionheart

Ricochet

Righteous Kill

Silent Tongue

Silent Witness

Spider-Man

Standing in the Shadows of Motown

Swingers

Tenderness

The Book Of Eli

The Cooler

The Descent

The Descent: Part 2

Up in the Air

Waiting to Exhale

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