Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! The best brand-new additions include Chef's Table: Season 5, The Disaster Artist, Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5, Sing , the Brian De Palma classic Scarface 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!
New Netflix TV Shows
Norsemen: Season 2 (September 26)
A comedy about everyday life for Vikings in the year 790, touching on issues such as sibling rivalry, gender equality, betrayal and friendship.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5 (September 28)
Jake Peralta, an immature, but talented N.Y.P.D. detective in Brooklyn's 99th Precinct, comes into immediate conflict with his new commanding officer, the serious and stern Captain Ray Holt.
Somewhere Between (28 September)
A mother tries to change the fate of her 8 year old daughter, as she knows where, when and how she's murdered, but doesn't know who kills her and why.
Made In Mexico (28 September)
Made In Mexico follows the lives of nine members of Mexico City’s high society: passionate, fashionable, sophisticated, and unapologetically real in one of the world’s most culturally vibrant cities.
Lost Song (28 September)
War looms over the kingdom of Neunatia, where two young women are both burdened and blessed by the power of song.
Chef's Table: Season 5 (28 September)
Hilda follows the adventures of a fearless blue-haired girl as she travels from her home in a vast magical wilderness full of elves and giants, to the bustling city of Trolberg, where she meets new friends and mysterious creatures who are stranger - and more dangerous - than she ever expected.
Forest of Piano (28 September)
Kai grows up playing an old piano discarded in the woods; Shuhei's father is a famous pianist. Their chance meeting transforms their lives and music.
Feel like you've seen everything Netflix Australia has to offer? Welp, we've got some good news. today, the streaming giant is adding a bunch of new movies to the service, including Star Trek Into Darkness, Nocturnal Animals, The Mummy Returns, Water For Elephants and a stack of others. Your Saturday night viewing is now sorted.
New Netflix Movies
Scarface (26 September)
In Miami in 1980, a determined Cuban immigrant takes over a drug cartel and succumbs to greed.
Hold The Dark (28 September)
A gripping psychological thriller unfolds in the treacherous Alaskan wilderness when a retired wolf expert is summoned to investigate a child’s disappearance.
Two Catalonias (28 September)
Lawmakers and activists with conflicting ideologies speak about the complexities of Catalonia's politics and the fight for its independence from Spain.
The 3rd Eye (28 September)
When Abel claims to see the dead inside her late parents' home, sister Alia asks psychic Windu to help her find out.
The Disaster Artist (28 September)
When Greg Sestero, an aspiring film actor, meets the weird and mysterious Tommy Wiseau in an acting class, they form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make their dreams come true.
Sing (29 September)
In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists' find that their lives will never be the same.
Under Suspicion (1 October)
A lawyer is asked to come to the police station to clear up a few loose ends in his witness report of a foul murder. This will only take ten minutes, they say, but it turns out to be one loose end after another, and the ten minutes he is away from his speech become longer and longer.
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