New Releases on Netflix Australia (July 13th 2018)

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Captain Underpants, How it Ends, Jim Jefferies: This is Me Now – Netflix

A notably quieter week for new Netflix releases in the land down under this week but there’s still plenty to get excited for. Here’s a look at the 21 new titles added to Australia this week.

On the movie side, our biggest recommendation comes from the big Netflix Original release of the week. Starring Divergent star Theo James, this dystopian apocalyptic movie sees a father trek across the country to find his pregnant wife. How it Ends is now on Netflix.

For those who loved Captain Underpants last year, the Netflix series is now on Netflix. Featuring stories from the much-loved books from Dav Pilkey, this bright and vibrant series is a must-watch for kids and adults alike.

Jim Jefferies, an often outspoken Australian comedian returns to Netflix for his third major Netflix standup special, ‘This is Me Now‘. This time around, Jim is talking about the recent #MeToo movement, his career, and political hypocrisy.

7 New Movies

  • How It Ends (2018) Netflix Original
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008)
  • Romina (2018)
  • Sing Street (2016)
  • This Is Where I Leave You (2014)
  • Thunderstruck (2012)
  • Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (2017)

10 New TV Series

  • Baby Ballroom (Season 2) Netflix Original
  • Doc Martin (Season 7)
  • Fatal Destiny (Season 1)
  • Kim’s Convenience (Season 2)
  • Mossad 101 (Season 2)
  • Mr. Sunshine (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • On Children (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Sugar Rush (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • Suits (Season 7)
  • The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants (Season 1) Netflix Original

3 New Documentaries/Docuseries

  • All the Queen’s Horses (2017)
  • Drug Lords (Season 2) Netflix Original
  • Lockup: Extended Stay (Season 1)

1 New Standup Special

  • Jim Jefferies: This Is Me Now (2018) Netflix Original
New Releases on Netflix Australia (July 13th 2018)

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Covering Netflix since 2013, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for close to a decade. Resides in the United Kingdom.