Every Friday, Netflix Australia adds a lot of new movies and TV shows to let you spend the weekend. Here's everything that will be released tonight!
Most of these titles will appear on Netflix later tonight. Some will not be available until the weekend. (We have indicated what follows.)
If you have not seen Oscar nominated horror yet Go out, make your first choice for tonight's vision. For a more cerebral approach to race relationships, take a look The Two Killings by Sam Cooke, a true documentary on the crime of the death of the African American singer Sam Cooke.
Ghost in the shell It is also worth looking at if you can stand the blatant whitewashing. There is also another season of The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants. (You know, for the kids.)
Here is the complete list!
Everything comes to Netflix in February
If you do not have anyone to relax with this Valentine's Day, let Dirty John comfort you with the knowledge that it could be much, much worse. Then pick up from your romantic nihilism with the romantic comedy Is not It Romantic, take a look at George R.R's new sci-fi series. Martin Nightflyers, or the superpowered brothers in Umbrella Academy. Here's everything you can watch on Netflix in February.
One day at a time Season 3 (8 February)
It follows three generations of the same Cuban-American family living in the same house: a former divorced military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old school mother.
Nailed it! Mexico (8 February)
The funny, melting and funny cake fails in Mexico, where amateur bakers challenge each other to create elaborate sweets for a cash prize. steal the empire from the heir.
Unauthorized home (8 February)
When a Galician charger and a drug lord hide plans for his Alzheimer's disease, his second in command approves to steal the empire from the heir.
Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, episode 5 (February 8th)
Ten years before Kirk, Spock and Enterprise, the USS Discovery discovers new worlds and life forms while a Starfleet officer learns to understand everything that is alien.
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Volume 2 (10 February)
In a weekly topical show, comedian Hasan Minhaj will cut the noise and explore the modern cultural and political landscape with depth and sincerity.
Oh Crap, Netflix Australia is giving 31 performances to Ass
At the start of the week, Netflix Australia quietly removed the entire Sharknado series from the service. Unfortunately, this was only the beginning of the feeding frenzy. Over 30 other films and TV shows will be swallowed in the coming weeks. Here is the complete list. (Watch them while you can still!)
Ghost in the Shell (February 7th)
Saved from death and resurrected as a cyborg, Major Kusanagi directs a task force looking for cybercriminals. But a hacker has much bigger plans.
El árbol de la sangre (8 February)
While a young couple writes the history of the common history of their families, both reveal the dark secrets of their relatives and must make a painful confession.
High Flying Bird (8 February)
When an NBA lockout sets off its big rookie client, an agent hatches a bold plan to save their careers – and destroy the league's power structure.
Exit (9 February)
Chris, who is black, is anxious to meet his white girlfriend's parents in the country estate. They look nice but, anyway, they insinuate it.
Standing comedy / Documentary
Ray Romano: right here, behind the corner (5 February)
Two surprise shows. One night. Ray Romano is coming. Right here, Around the Corner streams.
ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke (February 8th)
Netflix's original documentary series, ReMastered, investigates high-profile events involving some of the most legendary music names featuring breakthrough discoveries and insights as well as previously reported.
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants (February 8th)
George and Harold have only one goal this season: Summer Camp! Only Melvin and Cyborg Melvin from the future can get on their way!
True: Happy Hearts Day (8 February)
Kevin Hart highlights the fascinating contributions of the untold heroes of black history in this special entertaining and educational comedy.
Classic Hack: How to get American Netflix in Australia
Since launching in 2015, the Australian version of Netflix has added a constant stream of content every month. While the selection of films and TV shows is improving, it is still pale compared to the US version due to national licensing agreements. Here's how to get the entire US catalog in Australia – without being bothered by the exchange rate.