Take a break from streaming [VIDEO] "The Office" for the 35th consecutive time. I promise, it will be there when you come back. Right now, it's time to pull up something new from your Netflix queue. If you think you've seen everything the streaming service [VIDEO] has to offer, think again -- these shows and movies were added within the last seven days. There were other newbies added to the service as well. The 2008 action-thriller "Wanted" and a stand-up special from comedienne Ali Wong are worthwhile choices as well.

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But, these are the three things you need to be watching on Netflix for the week of May 18.

3. 'Mamma Mia!'

The 2008 film based on the musical production (which was based on the great music of ABBA) is available to stream on Netflix now.

Without a doubt, this inclusion has everything to do with the buzz building for a sequel ten years in the making, set to hit theaters in July with most of the original cast. Moreover, ABBA is making new music for the first time in forever, so nostalgia for this should be all the rage. Sure, the film only holds a 54 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, but its got Meryl Streep, and that's more than what can be said for most movies.

2. '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

Many believed the powerful Netflix original series could've and should've ended after just one critically-acclaimed and controversial season. That's not how success works in the entertainment industry, though, so a new batch of episodes dropped on Friday, May 18. So far, the reviews have not been as positive as they were for the first season: while the characters are explored in greater depth, the concept of the tapes has now fallen by the wayside, downgrading the program for some.

Still, it's one of the better original series Netflix has right now.

1. 'The 40-Year Old Virgin'

"The 40-Year Old Virgin" is one of the better comedies of the 21st century, if not the history of film. From the brilliant mind of Judd Apatow, Steve Carell (speaking of "The Office") stars as the titular character, who, as you can imagine, has yet to have intercourse at the ripe old age of 40. Shenanigans ensue as his friends try to get him off the snide, one way or another. Believe it or not, this was only the second comedy film that Seth Rogen starred in, so you can remember what the former "Freaks and Geeks" actor was like before he became one of the biggest movie stars in the world.

What is your favorite show/film on this list? Will you be watching any of these this week?