Here is your Netflix binge-list for this week, fresh from the Australian servers! The best new additions include the Netflix Original series Ultraviolet, magician documentary Magic For Humans, the critically acclaimed movie Sully and more!
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Over the past few months, Netflix's original programming hasn't really brought much to the table. There was a new season of Orange Is The New Black, a few schlocky thrillers and a handful of comedies - but that was about it.
All that is set to change this month, with a whopping 47 original TV shows and movies coming to the service. Here's the full list!
Here is your Netflix binge-list for this week, fresh from the Australian servers! The best new additions to the service include post-apocalyptic drama How It Ends, a new stand-up special from controversial Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies, The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants (y'know... for kids) and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
Netflix has created and procured a vast selection of beloved TV shows over the years. However, what's popular in one country might not necessarily translate across seas and borders. If you're curious to discover what other nations love watching on Netflix - or what shows we aren't getting on Netflix Australia - this infographic has the answers.
When Netflix finally flickered to life across screens Australia-wide, everything changed. Suddenly, we had access to movies and TV shows right there on our PCs, tablets and phones. In the intervening years, two competitors have rose to take it on: Stan and Foxtel Now. The battlefield is every couch around Australia, the weapons are Great Content, Aussie Dramas and Sports. What is the best streaming service in Australia and what's right for you?
Will you Netflix and Chill? Foxtel Now and Slow Down? ...Stan and Lounge Around? Let's find out.
The much-heralded sci-fi anthology show Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams has arrived on Aussie streaming service Stan. For those who missed the memo, it's based on ten short stories by visionary author Philip K. Dick, the man whose words inspired the cinematic brilliance of Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. To celebrate here are ten of the finest Sci-fi television shows you should be watching right now.