As the number of shows and movies available to stream in Australia continues to grow at an impressive rate, it can be tough to keep up with all the new additions to each streaming service each month.
We've all come to anticipate a new stable of Netflix Originals releases each month, but figuring out which shows they are and when exactly they become available isn't so easy. And what about the large number licensed shows and films that are made available to stream, if only for a limited time?
In an effort to keep you informed of the best shows and movies that are in the process of being added to Netflix, we'll be bringing you an updated list of what you can expect on the service on a monthly basis.
Not only that, we'll also be singling out the biggest releases, as well as a number of quality TV shows and films which we believe deserve your Netflixing time.
So get ready to kick off the month with an epic binge – here's what's new on Netflix in February 2019. Check out Netflix's newest offerings in the video below!
TV shows highlights for February 2019
The Umbrella Academy (15/2/2019)
Based on a comic book series, The Umbrella Academy sees estranged siblings with extraordinary powers reunited after the death of their father, only to find out that their family has a dark past, and that the fate of the world has fallen in their hands. Stars Ellen Page.
Homeland: Season 7 (15/2/2019)
Carrie gets to work uncovering a huge conspiracy after an assassination attempt leaves Saul and hundreds of other intelligence workers behind bars. On top of this, Carrie must also prove that she's a fit parent. Expect plenty of crying, yelling and facial contortion.
Movies highlights for February 2019
Velvet Buzzsaw (1/2/2019)
From the writer-director of Nightcrawler comes Velvet Buzzsaw, a satirical thriller with its sights set on LA's contemporary art scene. When a fraud starts selling the paintings of a dead man from her building as if they were her own, the artworks themselves come to life and begin killing people. Stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo.
Isn’t It Romantic (28/2/2019)
Australia's own Rebel Wilson stars as a cynical woman who wakes up one morning after a bump on the head, only to discover that she's become trapped in a corny PG-rated romantic comedy. Also stars Liam Hemsworth.
The Fate of the Furious (2/2/2019)
When a mysterious woman (Charlize Theron) enters the picture, Dom (Vin Diesel) betrays 'the family', despite having spent the last few movies talking about how nothing is more important. Now, it's up to the team to discover why Dom is suddenly a bad guy / terrorist.
Ghost in the Shell (7/2/2019)
Scarlett Johansson plays Major, a cyber-enhanced soldier who works for an elite privatised unit tasked with stopping criminals and terrorists across the globe. Told her consciousness was transferred to a synthetic body in order to save her life, Major soon finds out that she was lied to all along.
Get Out (9/2/2019)
An Oscar-winning cultural phenomenon, writer-director Jordan Peele's Get Out is a fantastic horror film inspired by the racial divide in America. An African-American man (Daniel Kaluuya) meets his white girlfriend's family for the first time and is convinced they're up to something sinister – especially when it comes to their black live-in servants. Unfortunately for him, the truth is worse than he could've ever imagined.
…and the rest for February 2019
Siempre bruja (1/2/2019)
Russian Doll (1/2/2019)
Unauthorized Living (8/2/2019)
One Day at a Time: Season 3 (8/2/2019)
¡Nailed It! México (8/2/2019)
Flavorful Origins: Chaoshan Cuisine (11/2/2019)
Dirty John (14/2/2019)
Dating Around (14/2/2019)
Rebellion: Season 2 (22/2/2019)
Workin’ Moms (22/2/2019)
GO! Vive a tu manera (22/2/2019)
Suburra: Season 2 (22/2/2019)
The Big Family Cooking Showdown: Season 2 (22/2/2019)
Van Helsing: Season 3 (25/2/2019)
Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments: Season 3B (26/2/2019)
NETFLIX WEEKLY SERIES
Romance is a Bonus Book (5/2/2019)
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 2 (10/2/2019)
Star Trek: Discovery: Season 2 (2/2019)
Dear Ex (1/2/2019)
El árbol de la sangre (8/2/2019)
High Flying Bird (8/2/2019)
The Photographer of Mauthausen (22/2/2019)
Paris Is Us (22/2/2019)
Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner (5/2/2019)
Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho (14/2/2019)
ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke (8/2/2019)
Larry Charles' Dangerous World of Comedy (15/2/2019)
Chef’s Table: Volume 6 (22/2/2019)
NETFLIX KIDS & FAMILY
Free Rein: Valentine's Day (1/2/2019)
True: Happy Hearts Day (1/2/2019)
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants: Season 2 (8/2/2019)
Kevin Hart's Guide to Black History (8/2/2019)
The Dragon Prince: Season 2 (15/2/2019)
Identity Thief (15/2/2019)
Sausage Party (16/2/2019)
The Shallows (28/2/2019)
The Conjuring (1/2/2019)
The Conjuring 2 (1/2/2019)
30 Minutes or Less (1/2/2019)
The Hunt for Red October (1/2/2019)
It Takes Two (1/2/2019)
The Rite (1/2/2019)
The Roommate (1/2/2019)
Gotham: Season 4 (1/2/2019)
Liar Liar (15/2/2019)
The Island (15/2/2019)
Dawn of the Dead (15/2/2019)
Role Models (15/2/2019)
Safe House (15/2/2019)
The Secret Garden (15/2/2019)
The Space Between Us (21/2/2019)
Tales by Light: Season 3 (22/2/2019)
Jupiter Ascending (24/2/2019)
The Other Boleyn Girl (28/2/2019)
It's Kind of a Funny Story (28/2/2019)
Power Rangers (28/2/2019)
What's coming next month and beyond?
Netflix has has big plans for 2018, with a number of high-profile shows and movies confirmed for release on the service. Here's our list of the best upcoming TV shows and movies on Netflix.
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