This Week’s New Releases on Netflix UK (29th June 2018)

Another week has passed and, in case you missed our social media feeds, we’re here to give you the run down on this week’s additions just in time for your weekend binge sessions. Here we will give you our top picks as well as a full list of everything added to the streaming service in the last week. So here are our top picks from this week’s additions on Netflix UK:

The top picks for movies this week include the 2016 thriller Don’t Breathe where some teens break into a blind rich man’s home but the tables are turned when they realise the blind man isn’t as helpless as it seems. Denial is a fact-based drama writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt is accused of libel by a renowned Holocaust-denier and must prove in court that the holocaust occurred. For something slightly different there is All Is Lost which stars Robert Redford as a seaman stranded alone at sea trying to battle his way through a huge storm. The film has almost no dialogue and Redford is the only cast member. If all that’s a bit too serious for you then you can always chill out with the rude and ridiculous Sausage Party.

There are two great TV series in this week’s additions – the first is Australian political drama Secret City. Based in Canberra during a time of rising tensions between America and China, a journalist uncovers various conspiracies that put lives, including her own, at risk. The other series is the Korean Good Doctor which follows a savant-like paediatric surgeon that struggles with aother doctor when they both fall for the same woman. This is the original series that the more recent American “The Good Doctor” was based on.

An annoying thing about Netflix is that they class Christmas Specials as the first episode of a new season so when Doctor Who season 10 was announced it was actually the Christmas Special that most viewers would class as the end of season 9 Christmas special… We’ve also been given the Christmas Special from the end of Call the Midwife season 5 which is marked on Netflix as the start of season 6… No other episodes of these seasons are available though.

For the Netflix Originals we have the award-winning Scottish thriller Calibre, the AI-themed TAU, the LGBT To Each, Her Own, drug-recovery documentary Recovery Boys as well as season 2 of both GLOW and Nailed It!

Don’t forget to look at the most popular additions this week and for all the Netflix Originals added today you can read our separate post.

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

18 New Movies Streaming on Netflix UK:

A Hundred Streets [100 Streets] (2016)
All Is Lost (2013) – Streaming Again
Birthmarked (2018)
Black Mass (2015)
The Boss (2016)
Calibre (2018)
Denial (2016)
Don’t Breathe (2016)
Jani Dueñas: Grandes fracasos de ayer y hoy (2018)
La Pena Maxima (2018)
The Limehouse Golem (2016)
The Mighty Quinn (1989) – Streaming Again
Sausage Party (2016)
TAU (2018)
To Each, Her Own (2017)
W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro (2018)
Yoko and His Friends (2015)
You Got Served (2004)

2 New Documentaries Streaming on Netflix UK:

Recovery Boys (2018)
Skydancers (2014)

16 New TV Series Streaming on Netflix UK:

Call the Midwife (2016) [New Episodes] [End of Season 5 Christmas Special Added]
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (2018) [New Episodes] [Season 2 Added]
Doctor Who (2015) [New Episodes] [End of Series 9 Christmas Special Added]
Dream High (2011) [Season 1 Added]
Dream High 2 (2012) [Season 1 Added]
The Forest [La Forêt] (2017) [Season 1 Added]
GLOW (2018) [New Episodes] [Season 2 Added]
Good Doctor (2013) [Season 1 Added]
Harvey Street Kids (2018) [Season 1 Added]
Jonathan Creek: Special 2016: Daemons Roost (2016)
Nailed It! (2018) [New Episodes] [Season 2 Added]
Nice Guy [The Innocent Man] (2012) [Season 1 Added]
Paquita Salas (2016) [New Episodes]
Sassy, Go Go [Balchikhage Gogo] (2015) [Season 1 Added]
Secret City (2016) [Season 1 Added]
Yoko (2016) [Season 1 Added]

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