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What’s new on Netflix Australia for Apr 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 Apr 2018. Check out a highlights video below!

TV shows highlights for Apr 2018

Lost in Space: Season 1 (13/4/2018)

The sci-fi calm usually keeps on entrance to Netflix, with a streaming use bringing a reboot of a classical ’60s radio array Lost in Space to your vital room on Apr 13, 2018. Expect Will Robinson to find himself in risk during some point… Check out a new date proclamation trailer below. 

Fastest Car: Season 1 (6/4/2018)

In this new Netflix Original series, 3 souped-up ‘sleeper’ cars go head-to-head with one of a world’s many sought-after supercars in any part in an bid to see how they fare. The formula might warn you.

The Alienist: Season 1 (19/4/2018)

New York City, 1896. A array of hideous killings has a whole city gripped with fear. Enter Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl), a male with a singular opinion on rapist psychology, who teams adult with crime contributor John Moore (Luke Evans) and Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning), a secretary who aims to turn a city’s initial womanlike military detective. Together, they will get to a bottom of these iniquitous killings. Check out a trailer below.

Movies highlights for Apr 2018

The Bourne Identity / Supremacy / Ultimatum (1/4/2018) 

While James Bond was surfing tsunamis in Die Another Day, a new super view was putting his implausible skills to a exam while perplexing to square together his past. Jason Bourne’s some-more grounded proceed to view cinema eventually desirous a other JB to come behind to Earth, changing a demeanour and feel of that whole authorization going forward. We can appreciate directors Doug Liman and Paul Greengrass for that, as good as Matt Damon in his many iconic role. You could contend he was Bourne to play this character…

Interstellar (5/4/2018) 

Earth is on a final legs, and a usually wish for humanity’s presence is to send Joseph Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) into space to demeanour for a new comfortable world for us to call home. Unfortunately, that means a probability of never saying his children again. A mind-blowing epic from idealist executive Christopher Nolan (Inception, Dunkirk), Interstellar is a new scholarship novella classic.

Speed (7/4/2018)

Pop quiz, hotshot! A train full of civilians is set to raze if it drops subsequent 50 mph. What do we do? Well, if you’re Keanu Reeves, we jump onto a train from a relocating automobile and afterwards we try to manager Sandra Bullock by pushing pronounced train until we figure out how to get a passengers off alive. An movement classical from a 1990s, Speed is like Die Hard on wheels. 

The Iron Giant (12/4/2018) 

An charcterised masterpiece from executive Brad Bird (The Simpsons, The Incredibles), The Iron Giant sees a immature child cater an hulk drudge (voiced by Vin Diesel) from outdoor space in a 1950s during a tallness of a Red Scare. Though a drudge is childlike and innocent, a paranoid supervision representative finds out about it and wants to destroy during all costs. Joyous and emotional, The Iron Giant is a classical film for a whole family.

…and a rest for Apr 2018


My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: JAY-Z (6/4/2018)

Troy: Fall of a City: Season 1 (6/4/2018)

La casa de papel: Part 2 (6/4/2018)

AMO: Season 1 (9/4/2018) 

Lost in Space: Season 1 (13/4/2018)

Four Seasons in Havana: Season 1 (15/4/2018)

The Chalet: Season 1 (17/4/2018) 

Charité: Season 1 (19/4/2018)

Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey: Season 1 (4/19/2018)  

Dope: Season 2 (20/4/2018)

Happy!: Season 1 (26/4/2018)

3%: Season 2 (27/4/2018)

Superstition: Season 1 (29/4/2018)


6 Balloons (6/4/2018) 

Amateur (6/4/2018) 

Orbiter 9 (6/4/2018) 

The 4th Company (6/4/2018) 

Pickpockets (12/4/2018) 

I Am Not An Easy Man (13/4/2018) 

Come Sunday (13/4/2018) 

Dude (20/4/2018) 

Psychokinesis (25/4/2018) 

The Week Of (27/4/2018) 

Candy Jar (27/4/2018) 


Fary Is a New Black (3/4/2018) 

Todo lo que sería de Lucas Lauriente (6/4/2018) 

Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast (10/4/2018) 

The Honeymoon Stand Up Special: Collection (17/4/2018) 

Kevin James: Never Don’t Give Up (24/4/2018) 


Ram Dass, Going Home (6/4/2018)

Chef’s Table: Pastry (13/4/2018)

Mercury 13 (20/4/2018)

Bobby Kennedy for President (27/4/2018)


The Boss Baby: Back in Business: Season 1 (6/4/2018)

The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Season 2 (13/4/2018)

Spy Kids: Mission Critical: Season 1 (20/4/2018)


Wakfu: Season 3 (1/4/2018)

Aggretsuko: Season 1 (20/4/2018)


The Lobster (1/4/2018) 

The Bourne Identity (1/4/2018) 

The Bourne Legacy (1/4/2018)  

The Undatables: Series 1-3 (1/4/2018) 

Baby Mama (1/4/2018) 

Central Intelligence (5/4/2018) 

Z Nation: Season 3 (5/4/2018) 

Broadchurch: Season 3 (22/4/2018) 

Bill Nye: Science Guy (25/4/2018)  

Pokémon a Series: Sun Moon: Season 1 (1/4/2018) 

Knocked Up (1/4/2018) 

Around a World in 80 Days (1/4/2018) 

Angry Birds: Season 3 (1/4/2018) 

Great Interior Design Challenge: Season 3 (1/4/2018) 

Funny Girl (1/4/2018) 

Hush (1/4/2018) 

Little Black Book (1/4/2018)

The Meddler (1/4/2018) 

Elizabeth (1/4/2018) 

Honey 2 (1/4/2018) 

Life (1/4/2018)

Mercury Rising (1/4/2018) 

The Blues Brothers (1/4/2018) 

Behind a Curtain: Todrick Hall (5/4/2018) 

Sun Dogs (6/4/2018)

Anger Management (11/4/2018) 

The Originals: Season 4 (12/4/2018) 

Eric ldle’s What About Dick? (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python and a Holy Grail (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python Best Bits (mostly): Season 1 (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python Conquers America (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python Live (Mostly): One Down, Five to Go (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python: Before a Flying Circus (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python: Live during Aspen (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python: Live during a Hollywood Bowl (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python: The Meaning of Live (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python’s Almost a Truth (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python’s Fliegender Zirkus: Season 1(15/4/2018) 

Monty Python’s Flying Circus (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python’s Life of Brain (15/4/2018) 

Monty Python’s Personal Best: Season 1 (15/4/2018) 

Parrot Sketch Not Included: Twenty Years of Monty Python (15/4/2018) 

The Meaning of Monty Python (15/4/2018) 

Barbie in Princess Power (15/4/2018) 

Barbie of Swan Lake (15/4/2018) 

Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (26/4/2018)

Going Clear: Scientology and a Prison of Belief (30/4/2018) 

What’s entrance subsequent month and beyond?

Netflix has has large skeleton for 2018, with a array of high-profile shows and cinema reliable for recover on a service. Here are some trailers for a many expected Netflix releases for May and beyond.

Marvel’s Luke Cage: Season 2 (22/6/2018)

Little is famous about a second deteriorate of Marvel’s Luke Cage, other than a favourite for sinecure will be assimilated by Iron Fist. Whether this polarising impression will be acquire on a uncover stays to be seen, however, fans of a comics will know that Luke Cage and Iron Fist are one of a many iconic duos in a Marvel universe. Let’s wish a Luke Cage: Season 2 delivers some of that magic. Check out a date proclamation trailer below.

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