Sometimes I just want something new to watch on Netflix and it's frustrating trying to find it in the apps or on the official website. While Netflix does provide a list of New Releases/Arrivals (current content) and Recently Added (catalog content), it's often outdated and represents only a fraction of the actual movies and TV shows hitting the service. What's needed is a simple, reverse-chronological list of everything that's available, as it becomes available. Luckily, the web provides for just exactly that!
- If you're in the U.S. go to: What's New on Netflix USA
- If you're in Canada go to: What's New on Netflix Canada
- If you're in the U.K. go to: New on Netflix UK
MoreFlicks lists a lot of stuff for a lot of services, though in a more complex manner. Andy Ihnatko, my co-host on MacBreak Weekly, also recommends Instant Watch which provides similar information if you're in the U.S. (Sadly, I've not found anything for other regions yet, any ideas?)
Give them a go and let me know what you find, and what you recommend!
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