New On Netflix Australia: The Best Just-Added Movies And TV Shows

Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! The best brand-new additions include the much-hyped Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, season two of the video game adaptation Castlevania, high school drama Girl From Nowhere and heaps more!

Each month, Netflix adds tons of new movies and TV shows to its library. We’ve already listed everything coming to Netflix this month – but separating the critical gems from the box-office duds can be tricky.

To save you the trouble, we’ve shortlisted the best movies and TV shows that were either recently added, or are due to appear in the next few days. That’s your week’s viewing sorted!

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New Netflix TV Shows

Great News: Season 2 (October 25)

In a second season of newsroom shenanigans, “The Breakdown” team gets a new boss – and she’s got big plans to take them to the top.

The Letdown: Season 1 (October 25)

Audrey is determined not to be defined by motherhood. In theory, this seems fairly easy. In practice, her career-focused husband, self-obsessed mother, and fancy-free best friend, make it damn near impossible.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (October 26)

As her 16th birthday nears, Sabrina must choose between the witch world of her family and the human world of her friends. Based on the Archie comic.

Castlevania: Season 2 (October 26)

As Dracula and his legion of vampires prepare to rid the world of humanity’s stain, an unlikely trio of heroes dares to stand in their way.

Girl From Nowhere (October 27)

A mysterious, clever girl named Nanno transfers to different schools, exposing the lies and misdeeds of the students and faculty at every turn.

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New Netflix Movies

Arrival (October 22)

A linguist is recruited by the military to communicate with alien lifeforms after twelve mysterious spacecrafts land around the world.

Poseidon (October 25)

On New Year’s Eve, the luxury ocean liner Poseidon capsizes after being swamped by a rogue wave. The survivors are left to fight for their lives as they attempt to escape the sinking ship.

Dovlatov (October 26)

An intimate portrait that captures six days in the life of influential Russian dissident writer Sergei Dovlatov.

Been So Long (October 26)

A single mother in London’s Camden Town hears music when she meets a handsome stranger with a past. But she’s not sure she’s ready to open her heart.

Jefe (October 26)

The story of a boss that everyone hates: some kiss up to him; nobody tells him the truth. He’s the successful entrepreneur about to fall off the cliff.

Shirkers (October 26)

When she recovers stolen film of a movie she shot 25 years ago, novelist Sandi Tan revisits her time with the enigmatic man who swiped the footage.

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