What’s New on Netflix: February 9th, 2019

The Break Season 2 now on Netflix

It’s time for another daily update of what’s new on Netflix. Today, Netflix released three brand new titles including an update to a French Original series. Here’s a breakdown of what’s new for February 9th and also a few titles that are scheduled to leave tomorrow which may be of interest for your Saturday night viewing

If you’re disappointed with today’s new releases, don’t forget Netflix dropped 12 titles yesterday which features a diverse set of movies, TV series, and new documentaries.

The Break (Season 2) Netflix Original

Netflix now has two titles with the word Break it but this French crime drama is not to be confused with the now-canceled Michelle Wolf series. The slow but compelling mystery series is full of suspense and it’s bee a long wait for the second season. In fact, it’s well over 2 years since season 1 dropped.

Here’s the synopsis for the second season as told by Netflix: “Yoann Peeters finds himself tangled in another disturbing murder case when his former psychiatrist asks for help proving a patient’s innocence.”

God Bless The Broken Road (2018)

Audiences were split when this released last year. The movie seems to miss the mark on several occasions at pulling the punches it tries to. The story is of a young mother who is widowed after her husband falls in the line of duty. We see her struggles raising a child with no father all while struggling financially.

This is a movie about faith so therefore will fit a certain demographic more than others.

The other series added today is a Mandarin series called Iron Ladies. Here’s how Netflix describes the series: “Three 30-something women in high-level jobs at a beauty e-commerce firm seem to have it all — except when it comes to love and romantic chemistry.”

Leaving Netflix for February 11th

It’s your last chance to watch these two movies:

  • Diary of an Exorcist – Zero (2016)
  • The Girl in the Book (2015)
Kasey Moore

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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. Favorite shows on Netflix includes Mindhunter, Love, Death and Robots and Stranger Things.