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Here’s what’s new on Netflix Australia in Feb 2018

As a array of shows and cinema accessible to tide in Australia continues to grow during an considerable rate, it can be tough to keep adult with all a new additions to any streaming use any month.

We’ve all come to design a new fast of Netflix Originals releases any month, though reckoning out that shows they are and when accurately they turn accessible isn’t so easy. And what about a vast array protected shows and films that are done accessible to stream, if usually for a singular time?

In an bid to keep we sensitive of a best shows and cinema that are in a routine of being combined to Netflix, we’ll be bringing we an updated list of what we can design on a use on a monthly basis. 

Not usually that, we’ll also be singling out a biggest releases, as good as a array of peculiarity TV shows and films that we trust merit your Netflixing time. 

So get prepared to flog off a month with an epic binge – here’s what’s new on Netflix in Feb 2018. Check out a highlights video below!

TV shows highlights for Feb 2018

Altered Carbon (2/2/2018)

A unconventional cyberpunk array that imagines a universe where genocide has been done obsolete, interjection to a ability to send alertness to a new body. Now, a infantryman from a past has been brought behind hundreds of years after being hold in digital jail to assistance solve a attempted murder of a rich man.

Seven Seconds (23/2/2018)

A new thriller array from a makers of The Killing, Seven Seconds examines a tensions between African American adults and white cops when a immature black masculine is run over and left to die by an off-duty military officer. How prolonged can they bury a truth?

Everything Sucks! (16/2/2018)

Hey remember a ’90s? That’s fundamentally a grounds of this nostalgia-centric array that examines American high propagandize life in 1996. Will it volume to some-more than nostalgia-bait? With any luck, we competence have a new Freaks and Geeks on a hands…

Coach Snoop: Season 1 (2/2/2018)

Snoop Dogg stars in this excellent-looking array about a lady football joining combined by a hostess to forestall kids from finale adult in a life of crime.

Queer Eye: Season 1 (7/2/2018)

A mint Fab 5 has been enlisted to make America fanciful again … streamer into a some-more informal tools of a nation to give clueless group a clarity of character and confidence.

Movies highlights for Feb 2018

Mute (23/2/2018) 

A tongue-tied barkeeper (Alexander Skarsgård) with a aroused past is forced to take on a plentiful underworld of gangsters in a unconventional Berlin as he searches for his blank girlfriend. To do this, he’ll enroll a assistance of dual wise-cracking surgeons (Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux) who’ll do a articulate for him.

When We First Met (9/2/2018) 

A “nice guy” (Adam Devine) misses his possibility with a pleasing lady (Alexandra Daddario), usually for her finish adult marrying some other dude (Robbie Amell) years later. Realising that he can transport behind in time to a day he met her by an aged print counter they momentarily shared, a guy, who’s like totally not a stalker or anything, attempts to woo her over and over again with apparently waggish results. Pretty creepy for a comedy, though hey – it’s Daddario we’re articulate about here.

John Wick: Chapter 2 (16/2/2018) 

First, they killed his dog. Now, they’ve killed his residence (while attempting to kill him). Just when he suspicion he was out… they lift him behind in! Now, it’s twice-retired hitman John Wick who’s on a run, with each other murderer in city is out to take him down. Expect even some-more conduct shots than before.

Nightcrawler (1/2/2018) 

Louis Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) enters a decrepit universe of late night crime journalism, that fundamentally consists of recording bloody destruction in a streets of Los Angeles to sell to fear-mongering news outlets. But what happens when he starts orchestrating a disharmony himself to get a best exclusives?

…and a rest for Feb 2018

Damnation: Season 1 (1/2/2018)

Re:Mind: Season 1 (15/2/2018)

First Team: Juventus FC: Season 1 (16/2/2018)

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (18/2/2018)

Marseille: Season 2 (23/2/2018)

Derren Brown: The Push (27/2/2018)

The Ritual (9/2/2018) 

Love Per Square Foot (14/2/2018) 

Irreplaceable You (16/2/2018) 

FullMetal Alchemist (19/2/2018) 

Forgotten (21/2/2018) 

Kavin Jay: Everybody Calm Down! (2/2/2018) 

Fred Armisen: Standup For Drummers (6/2/2018) 

Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish (27/2/2018) 

The Trader (Sovdagari) (9/2/2018)

Seeing Allred (9/2/2018)

Ugly Delicious: Season 1 (23/2/2018)

Luna Petunia: Return to Amazia: Season 1 (2/2/2018)

Greenhouse Academy: Season 2 (14/2/2018

DreamWorks Dragons: Race to a Edge: Season 6 (16/2/2018)

Percy Jackson a Olympians: The Lightning Thief (1/2/2018) 

How a Beatles Changed a World (1/2/2018) 

The Huntsman: Winter’s War (4/2/2018) 

Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (6/2/2018)

The Pianist (9/2/2018)

Disney’s Pirates of a Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (13/2/2018) 

Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising (25/2/2018) 

Insidious: Chapter 3 (26/2/2018) 

Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (1/2/2018) 

Gun Shy (1/2/2018) 

John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken (1/2/2018) 

Nine to Five (1/2/2018) 

42 Grams (1/2/2018) 

78/52 (1/2/2018) 

At First Sight (1/2/2018) 

9 (1/2/2018)

Death Note (1/2/2018) 

Good Bad Ugly (1/2/2018) 

One Punch Man: Season 1 (1/2/2018) 

The Adventures of Tintin: Season 1-3 (1/2/2018) 

The Garfield Show: Season 1-2 (1/2/2018) 

Grimm: Season 6 (7/2/2018) 

I Know What You Did Last Summer (7/2/2018) 

Bill Ted’s Excellent Adventure (9/2/2018) 

Saw II (9/2/2018) 

Saw III (9/2/2018) 

Wanted: Season 1 (9/2/2018) 

The Boss  (11/2/2018) 

Close Encounters of a Third Kind (14/2/2018) 

The Final Year (18/2/2018) 

Bugs (20/2/2018)

Sparkle (21/2/2018)

3 Days to Kill (27/2/2018) 

What’s entrance subsequent month?

Netflix has a large Feb designed for 2018, with a array of high-profile shows and cinema reliable for release. Here are some trailers for a many expected Mar Netflix releases.

Jessica Jones: Season 2 (8/3/2018)

She took down Kilgrave and fought alongside The Defenders, though what’s subsequent for a Marvel Universe’s many badass private detective? The date proclamation trailer next doesn’t give most away, though we’re really vehement for Jessica Jones’ return!

GAME OVER, MAN! (23/3/2018)

The humorous guys from Workaholics are behind with their possess Netflix Original film, that looks like an incredibly-silly reverence to Die Hard. The contingent contingency open into movement when a Los Angeles hotel they work during is taken hostage. Check out a trailer below.

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