What’s New on Netflix: February 19th, 2019

The 2000s – Picture from CNN

After no new titles were released on Netflix yesterday, we’re treated today to three new releases plus a bunch of anime titles that have been renewed for the foreseeable future. Here’s a look at what’s new on Netflix for those in the United States for February 19th. 

We’ll also take a look at the movie set to leave Netflix tomorrow. If you want to look further ahead, we’ve already picked out all the highlights of what’s coming out later this week.


The 2000s (Season 1)

Type: Docu-series
Number of episodes: 8

This documentary follows the format of the other CNN documentary series covering each respective decade.

The 2000s covers some of the earlier events in the decade such as the 9/11 attacks and the new platinum age of television from the likes of HBO. It also then covers the later years in the decade including the 2008 financial crisis and the election of Barack Obama, the first African-American President of the United States.


Postcards from London (2018)

Type: Movie

This British indie movie that released last year is one we’re sure most missed. The movie which lasts exactly 90 minutes long takes a look at a young man’s journey who takes up the job of male escorting in London’s Soho.

Most critics weren’t 100% on the movie with one of the fairest critics saying “Postcards From London ultimately doesn’t quite live up to its considerable ambitions, it offers plenty of arresting moments along the way.”


Spy Kids 4-D: All the Time in the World (2011)

Upon researching this title I discovered a banner that IMDb puts on its worst titles. This movie ranks 61st on the list of bottom rated movies which should be an instant turnoff for this title despite having Jessica Alba and Joel McHale involved.

Truthfully, I’m yet to find a single reason for anyone to watch this only that it may someday have the same notoriety of a title like “The Room”.


Titles Renewed on Netflix

  • Attack on Titan
  • Ghost Pain (2013)
  • Ghost Tears (2014)
  • Ghost Whispers (2013)

What’s Leaving Netflix Tomorrow (February 20th)

  • Piranha (2010)

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