What To Watch On Netflix?
Netflix is home to hundreds of TV Show and movies, including the latest blockbusters and independent releases with new titles added to the library every week! It comes with a no-lock, cancel at anytime contract, with three different plans available for your specific needs. Check out some of the best show available this month below.
1. And Tomorrow The Entire World
An impressionable law student decides to fight the rise of the political right in her country. She joins a commune and quickly gets together with like-minded people to plan protests . The situation soon heightens and violence becomes an acceptable tool for a means to an end.
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2. Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell
The story and life of iconic hip hop artist, Biggie, aka Notorious BIG, is well chronicled. With interviews from close friends and family members, the new documentary peels off the many layers of the artist. Including his inspirations and the infamous feud with one-time close friend, Tupac.
A teenager is fed up with her high school. The sexist, toxic attitudes that pervade the social circles drive her to create a radical magazine. The content is aimed at overthrowing the status quo and establishing a gentler, kinder environment for the kids. Will she succeed? Watch Moxie.
4. Yes Day
Kids don’t get to make the rules. That’s what parents are for. But in Yes Day, three kids get one full day to make all the rules. And the only thing the parents can do is say yes to them. Adventures and misadventures follow, taking the family on a wild, fun ride.
5. Paper Lives
A young man struggles to make a living by selling paper. He manages to get by each day, scraping through. His life takes a complete U turn when he encounters a 8-year old boy. The young man must now become guardian and protector on their journey to finding the boy’s parents.
6. The Woman In The Window
What do you do if you witness a violent act being committed in your neighbour’s house? That forms the central plot of The Woman In The Window. A single woman living on her own takes to spying on her neighbours to beat her boredom. This casual habit breaks sharply when she witnesses a violent act. What happens next forms an absorbing mystery.
1930s Hollywood is re-evaluated through the eyes of scathing social critic and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish the screenplay of Citizen Kane for Orson Welles.
8. Army Of The Dead
Las Vegas has become ground zero for a zombie plague outbreak. A group of mercenaries use the tragedy for their own personal profit. They plan to venture into the containment zone and empty a casino for all the money its got: The heist of their lifetime.
9. Good Time
After a bank robbery goes wrong, landing his brother in prison, Connie goes on a wild journey through New York’s grim underground to get his younger sibling free from prison.
10. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
In this all-new Jumanji adventure, four high-school children discover a dusty old old video-game console and become lured into its intriguing jungle setting – which turns them into real-life avatars. What they discover with the game is that it isn’t just about playing – it’s about surviving.
Last audited 12 May 2021
How Netflix Works
Telstra customers can add Netflix to their postpaid plans for ease and convenience. Netflix is constantly growing, so you’d probably need to devote entire weeks of your life to catch up on everything that’s on offer. Still, these 10 series are a great start. Acclaimed and addictive, they’ll keep you coming back from more. Get your binge on!
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Netflix Device List
Here’s a roundup of mobile and internet connected devices compatible for streaming Netflix at home or on the go. Plus new apps and devices are added as they become available.
Devices supported on Netflix
– Apple TV: Yes – Apple TV 2 and later
– Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Chromecast with Google TV
– Smart TVs: Yes – Select models of Hisense, LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, TCL and Vizio
– Gaming Consoles: Yes – PS3, PS4, PS4 Pro, PS5, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, select Nintendo consoles (but will lose support later this year)
– Fetch TV: Yes
– Blu-ray Players: Yes – Select LG, Toshiba, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, OPPO models
– iOS devices: Yes – App available on models running iOS 13.0 or later
– Android devices: Yes – Available on Android 2.3 or later;
– Telstra TV: Yes
– iQ4 Set Top Box: Yes
– Windows Phone: Yes – Windows 8.1 and later; earlier version requires a web browser
– PCs and Mac: Yes – Via Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Safari browsers; Edge (Windows only)
– Amazon Devices: Yes – Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube
– Vodafone TV: Yes
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes