Here’s what’s new on Netflix Australia this week – August 8th 2021
A blockbuster action movie starring John David Washington is the highlight of this week along with the cheesy third installment to The Kissing Booth which we can all secretly admit is our guilty watching rom-com pleasure (no judgment).
The first episode of Netflix’s new UNTOLD docuseries will also make its debut focusing on the infamous 2004 incident between players and fans at an NBA match in Michigan.
Must watch and new on Netflix Australia this week
An American tourist goes on the run in Greece after a tragic accident plunges him into a political conspiracy that makes him a target for assassination.
Cast: John David Washington, Alicia Vikander, Boyd Holbrook and more
The Kissing Booth 3
Determined to make the most of her final summer before college, Elle plans the ultimate bucket list as she navigates what comes next with Noah and Lee.
Cast: Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney and more
UNTOLD: Malice At The Palace
Key figures from an infamous 2004 incident between players and fans at an NBA game in Michigan discuss the fight, its fallout and its lasting legacy.
AlRawbi School For Girls
The bullied outcasts at the prestigious Al Rawabi School for Girls plot a series of risky takedowns to get back at their tormentors.
Cast: Rakeen Sa’ad, Andria Tayeh, Noor Taher and more
Everything coming to Netflix Australia this week
Netflix Original Series
- Bake Squad (11/08/2021)
- AIRawabi School for Girls (12/08/2021)
- Brand New Cherry Flavor (13/08/2021)
- Gone For Good (13/08/2021)
- The Kingdom (13/08/2021)
- Valeria Season 2 (13/08/2021)
- The Kissing Booth (11/08/2021)
- Beckett (13/08/2021)
Netflix Original Documentaries
- UNTOLD: Malice At The Palace (10/08/2021)
- Gabby’s Dollhouse Season 2 (10/08/2021)
- Fast & Furious Spy Racers Season 5: South Pacific (13/08/2021)
- Shaman King (09/08/2021)
- Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild (12/08/2021)
Other TV Series & Films
- Phil Wang: Philly Philly Wang Wang (10/08/2021)
- Lokillo: Nothing’s The Same (12/08/2021)
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