What’s New on Netflix: February 11th, 2019

We the Animals now on Netflix – The Orchard

Welcome to your first daily update of what’s new on Netflix for the week. Three new titles dropped on Netflix today including a new Original series picked up from China. Here’s a look at what’s new on Netflix today plus what’s scheduled to leave Netflix tomorrow.

Here’s the full list of what’s new today but if you’re wanting to know what else the week has in store, check out our preview.

Flavorful Origins (Season 1) Netflix Original

Language: Mandarin

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Despite Netflix not operating in China, that doesn’t mean it can’t pick up a series or two. This series is all about Chinese cuisine which may not be what you expected.

The series takes us all around China across 20 episodes. Each episode only lasts for around 11 minutes and focuses on different ingredients whether that be brine, preserved radish, oysters or mussels.


We The Animals (2018)

We the Animals is now on Netflix

Picture from The Orchard

We The Animals was one of the gems of Sundance 2018 but Netflix didn’t manage to pick it up as an Original at the time. Instead, it’s available now on Netflix being carried by The Orchard.

The heartfelt movie was met with universal acclaim by critics who praised the novel adaptation. It’s about three children growing up in a tough childhood environment with two of the brothers aspiring to become their father with the other dreaming of another future.


Little Women (1994)

It’s not the first time that Little Women has been on Netflix with it being added to Netflix last March before being removed in July but is back today and we hope for a good while.

The movie features Winona Ryder, Gabriel Byrne, Trini Alvarado, and Kirsten Dunst and is an adaptation of the 1868 novel. It’s about the March sisters and is widely considered to be an essential movie for viewing at Christmas.


What’s Leaving Netflix Tomorrow (February 12th)

  • Arthur and the Invisibles (2006)
  • CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap (2015)
  • The Face of Love (2013)
  • Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016)

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