Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! This week’s highlights include new episodes of zombie series Z Nation, the supernatural thriller Mortel, a holiday-themed series of Nailed It!, High Seas Season 2 and three new documentaries.
Read on for everything coming to the service for the week of November 18 to November 24.
With Disney Plus launching in Australia tomorrow, we were expecting Netflix to add a killer lineup of must-watch content. Instead, what we’re getting is pretty middle-of-the-road, with little in the way of standout titles. Surprisingly, there are no new third-party movies joining Netflix this week or for the rest of the month. Hmmm.
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Here are the official synopses and trailers for each film and TV show.
New Netflix TV Shows
Z Nation: Season 5 (20/11/2019)
Three years after the zombie virus has gutted the United States of America a team of everyday heroes must transport the only known survivor of the plague from New York to California, where the last functioning viral lab waits for his blood.
Desperate to find his missing brother, Sofiane lures classmate Victor into a deal with a mysterious figure, who gives them supernatural powers.
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (22/11/2019)
The Dolly music you love, the stories you’ve been waiting for. Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings is an anthology series that showcases the stories, memories, and inspirations behind her most beloved songs. New and classic Dolly music will score every episode. Each story will vary in tone, from love stories and inspirational tales to family dramas, westerns, and revenge comedies.
High Seas: Season 2 (22/11/2019)
High Seas, an original thriller series, set on the 1940’s, starring Jon Kortajarena, Ivana Baquero and Alejandra Onieva, will follow its path to Rio de Janeiro and will welcome new passengers, who will get involved in disturbing situations, mysteries and a lot of secrets that will increase the suspense inside the ship. Among the new faces are Claudia Traisac on the character of Casandra, Antonio Reyes playing Erich, Chiqui Delgado in the role of Teresa and Pepe Barroso as Julian. All of them will be key pieces throughout the new season.
Nailed It! Holiday!: Season 2 (22/11/2019)
Jingle bells. Funky smells. Panic in the air. We’re bringing hilarity home for the holidays with wonder-fail creations and woefully botched bakes.
Narcoworld: Dope Stories (22/11/2019)
Examine all sides of the brutal business of drugs in locales around the world, from the U.S. and Brazil to the U.K. and France.
Nobody’s Looking (22/11/2019)
Guardian angel Uli is new to the Angelus System. A rebel spirit, he makes shocking discoveries about life and how the world is run when he goes rogue.
Singapore Social (22/11/2019)
Peer into the lives of young Singaporeans as they defy expectations and traverse the tricky terrain of career, romance and family.
Final Space: Season 2 (24/11/2019)
Gary and his intrepid crew scour the galaxy for Quinn while dealing with awkward family reunions, deadly space regattas and oddly happy fluffballs.
New Netflix Movies
The Knight Before Christmas (21/11/2019)
After a sorceress transports medieval knight Sir Cole (Josh Whitehouse) to present-day Ohio during the holiday season, he befriends Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens), a clever and kind science teacher who’s been disillusioned by love. Brooke helps Sir Cole navigate the modern world and tries to help him discover how to fulfill his mysterious one true quest — the only act that will return him home. But as he and Brooke grow closer, Sir Cole begins to wonder just how much he wants to return to his old life.
Mon frère (22/11/2019)
Thrust from a violent home into a brutal custody center, a teenager learns to navigate a tough new reality and forge unlikely alliances to survive.
Netflix Documentary & Comedy
Iliza: Unveiled (19/11/2019)
Iliza Shlesinger is back in her fifth Netflix original comedy special titled Unveiled. Armed with the newly wed ring on her finger and stories to tell, Iliza pulls back the veil on wedding planning, garters, honeymooning, and the dangers of a zombie bachelorette army.
No hay tiempo para la verguenza (19/11/2019)
A series following the life and work of provocateur fashion designer and influencer Santiago Artemis.
Lorena, la de pies ligeros (20/11/2019)
Rarámuri champ Lorena Ramírez dons sandals and traditional dress to compete in ultramarathons. Today she’s among the fastest runners in the world.
Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator (20/11/2019)
BIKRAM: YOGI, GURU, PREDATOR explores the dramatic rise and fall of Bikram Choudhury, the controversial founder of hot yoga.
Kids & Anime
Dino Girl Gau (22/11/2019)
In this Netflix original animated kids comedy series set in Japan, Naoko Watanabe is a typical tween … except that she possesses a strange gift and curse: when her anger exceeds a maximum level, she turns into Gauko, the fire-breathing dinosaur girl!
The Dragon Prince: Season 3 (22/11/2019)
As Callum and Rayla cross into the magical realm of Xadia, Ezran returns to Katolis as king and faces pressure from all sides.
Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 8 (22/11/2019)
Explore a brand new season of radical adventures with Branch, Poppy, Biggie and the rest of Troll Village.
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