Every week, we have new movies and shows for you to choose from on Netflix
Hopefully this article can help. Here, you’ll find everything you need for the latest Netflix deals, including every movie and show coming and going from Netflix this week (between today and next Thursday).
If you’re interested in reading my weekly updated all-time movie rankings, check them out here.
The best new movies and shows on Netflix this week
The Magician’s Elephant (2023)
Netflix certainly understands the importance of providing family-friendly entertainment in the form of cartoons. Last year, The Sea Monster performed admirably on the Top 10 charts and eventually earned a Best Picture nomination. And it looks like the streamer’s top animated contender this year will be The magician’s elephant, a film about an orphaned boy named Peter who sets out to find his missing sister. The film stars Noah Jupe, Mandy Patinkin, Natasia Demetriou, Benedict Wong, Miranda Richardson and Aasif Mandvi.
The magician’s elephant added to Netflix today.
Waco: American Apocalypse (Limited Series)
If you don’t know about the 51 day siege that involved the longest engagement ever fought on American soil… Well, I have the documentaries for you. Waco: American Apocalypse follows dangerous cult leader David Dores’ wild confrontation with the police in never-before-seen footage. The limited series was directed by Tiller Russell.
Waco: American Apocalypse will be added to Netflix on March 22, 2023.
Carol is a captivating and touching love story set in the 1950s between two women (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara). With stunning performances, superb cinematography and a haunting score, it explores the complexities of human relationships and the courage it takes to follow one’s heart in a world that often tries to stifle it. The film also stars Sarah Paulson, Jake Lacy and Kyle Chandler.
Carol added to Netflix today.
The Night Agent (Season 1)
With crime dramas all the rage these days, it’s no surprise that Netflix continues to pile on its own offerings. And his most interesting choice in quite some time seems to be The Night Agent, which follows Peter Sutherland (Gabriel Basso), an FBI agent who unexpectedly becomes involved in a deadly conspiracy involving a mole in the White House. The show also stars Luciane Buchanan, Hong Chau, DB Woodside, Enrique Murciano and Eve Harlow.
Season 1 of The Night Agent will be added to Netflix on March 23rd.
The most action-packed selection available this weekend surely has to be Obsessions, a Vietnamese action film that promises a lot of fighting. The film centers on a mysterious woman who trains three girls to take revenge on a gang that routinely abuses other women. The film was directed by Veronica Ngo and stars Dong Anh Quynh, Toc Tien, Rima Thanh Vy, Thuan Nguyen, Song Luan, Gi A Nguyen and Phan Thanh Hien.
Obsessions will be added to Netflix on March 23, 2023.
Every new movie and show on Netflix this week
- March 17: Agent Elvis (Season 1); Caught Out: Crime. Corruption. Cricket (2023); Dance 100 (Season 1); Information (Season 1); In His Shadow (2023); The Last Man on Earth (2021); Maestro in Blue (Season 1); Noise (2023); Pull Pull Molkar (Season 2) Sky High: The Series (Season 1); Strangers (2022); The magician’s elephant (2023)
- March 20: Carol (2015); Gabby’s dollhouse (Season 7)
- March 21: We lost our Man (Season 1)
- March 22: Close to Home: Murder in the Coalfield (Season 1); Invisible city (Season 2) I see you (2019); The kingdom (Season 3) Waco: American Apocalypse (Limited Edition)
- March 23: Obsessions (2023); Johnny (2023); The Night Agent (Season 1)
Every movie and show leaving Netflix this week
Note: The date marks your last day to watch these movies.
- March 17: All I Wish For (A Little Something For Your Birthday) (2017); Lu Over the Wall (2017); Outback Truckers (Seasons 1-3). XV: Beyond the Tryline (2016)
- March 19: Instant Hotel (Season 1-2)
- March 21: Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend (2019)
- March 23: Secret
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