The Best New Additions on Netflix UK This Week (25th June 2021)

If you want to know what to watch this weekend then we’re here to give you the lowdown on this week’s biggest and best film, TV and documentary additions on Netflix UK. Here we will give you our top picks as well as a full list of everything added to Netflix in the UK in the last week. So here are our top picks from this week’s additions on Netflix UK:

The most popular film addition this week has been the drama There Will Be Blood. The film, set in the start of the 20th century, tells the story of a prospector who strikes oil in a small village and makes it a boom town – but in doing so causes some major issues with the local preacher. Another popular addition has been the DC film Aquaman which stars Jason Momoa as amphibious superhero Arthur Curry who must stop the king of Atlantis from waging war against the surface world. The Hatton Garden Job follows a team of old career criminals who reunite for one last heist: a robbery of £200m worth of jewels from London’s Hatton Garden Safe Deposit company – based on the infamous true story.

Gone Baby Gone is a thrilling mystery that sees a 4 year old girl go missing from her home but when the police make no headway, the parents hire a pair of private investigators in order to find answers. Tarantino’s modern classic Kill Bill: Vol. 1 has made a welcome return this week. The action-packed film follows an assassin who is shot and left for dead by her ruthless employer, Bill but she survives and seeks her revenge on Bill and his crew. Finally for films this week we have the Mexican The House of Flowers: The Movie – a spin-off from the Netflix Original series. The film sees the De La Mora siblings concoct a mischievous plan to break into their old family home to retrieve a hidden treasure of significant importance.

For TV on Netflix UK we have the highly anticipated anime series Godzilla Singular Point which gives a fresh take on the Godzilla mythos and sees a grad student and an engineer lead the fight against an unimaginable force that may spell doom for the world. Season 2 of supernatural drama The A List has arrived this week and continues to tell the story of the of a group of teens at a remote island camp the turns into a twisted nightmare. In the vibrant African series Jiva! a talented street dancer from Umlazi, Durban must confront her fears and deal with family objections to pursue her dancing dreams.

Other TV additions this week include the property show The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties; season 14 of the drama series Heartland; competitive food series Crazy Delicious; and new weekly episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars season 6.

For documentaries this week we have the Spanish film Murder by the Coast about a teeneger who was murdered in 1999 that resulted in her mother’s ex-partner being imprisoned – but when after a second victim the case needed to be reopened. In the docuseries This Is Pop we are shown the real stories behind a number of pop songs while also following the rise of the festival scene, auto-tune and boybands. Sisters on Track tells the story of three sisters as they pursue their Junior Olympic dreams.

Finally this week we have a couple of great films for kids and families with the Nickelodeon favourite Good Burger as well as smartphone game spin-off The Angry Birds Movie 2.

Don’t forget to look at the most popular additions this week and for all the Netflix Originals being added in the upcoming week you can read our separate post. To see what else is due to arrive soon have a look at our post here: What’s Coming to Netflix UK in June 2021? and What’s Coming to Netflix UK in July 2021?

Read on for the full list of this week’s additions:

19 New Films Streaming on Netflix UK:

#Selfie (2014) – Streaming Again – Romanian
#Selfie 69 (2016) – Streaming Again – Romanian
The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019)
Aquaman (2018)
Broken (2019)
Gone Baby Gone (2007) – Streaming Again
Good Burger (1997) – Streaming Again
Good on Paper (2021) (Netflix Film)
The Hatton Garden Job (2017) – Streaming Again
Here Comes the Rain (2010) – Arabic
The House of Flowers: The Movie [La casa de las flores: la película] (2021) (Netflix Original) – Spanish
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) – Streaming Again
Love Is a Story (2015) – Streaming Again – Romanian
O Vendedor de Sonhos (2016) – Brazilian Portuguese
Osuofia in London (2003)
Osuofia in London II (2004)
Overcomer (2019)
The Seventh Day (2021)
There Will Be Blood (2007) – Streaming Again

2 New Documentaries Streaming on Netflix UK:

Murder by the Coast [El caso Wanninkhof-Carabantes] (2021) (Netflix Original) – European Spanish
Sisters on Track (2021) (Netflix Original)

2 New Documentary Series Streaming on Netflix UK:

This Could Go Anywhere (2020) [Season 1 Added]
This Is Pop (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added]

10 New TV Series Streaming on Netflix UK:

Enemigo íntimo (2020) [New Episodes] [Season 1 Added]  – Spanish
Godzilla Singular Point (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added] – Japanese
Jiva! (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added]
The Naked Director (2021) (Netflix Original) [New Episodes] [Season 2 Added] – Japanese
Nevertheless, [Algoissjiman] (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added – New Episode Weekly] – Korean
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added] – French
Ray (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added] – Hindi
RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars (2021) (Netflix Original) [New Episodes] [Season 6 Added]
Sex/Life (2021) (Netflix Original) [Season 1 Added]
Too Hot to Handle (2021) (Netflix Original) [New Episodes] [Season 2 – New Episodes Next Week]

3 New Kids and Family TV Series on Netflix UK:

The A List (2021) (Netflix Original) [New Episodes] [Season 2 Added]
Crazy Delicious (2020) [Season 1 Added]
Heartland (2021) [New Episodes] [Season 14 Added]

About MaFt

Film and TV fan, creator of New On Netflix (UK, USA, Australia and Canada), dad of two amazing children, code geek and passionate about autism.

Website | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube |

One thought on “The Best New Additions on Netflix UK This Week (25th June 2021)

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.