New This Week on Netflix (29th of October)

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This week has been an exciting week in the world of Netflix, the number one internet movie and TV streaming service. A new trailer has emerged for the epic TV Series Marco Polo, which is exclusively airing on Netflix in December 2014. Always looking to develop its service and offer more to its paying customers, this is another major coup for Netflix, which has been criticised in the past for having a seriously dated back catalogue.

Marco Polo, set in the 13th century, follows Marco during his early years in the court of Kublai Khan, and promises intrigue, deception and bloodshed. The trailer for the series can be seen below, but just in case you can’t get it to work, type ‘Game of Thrones’ into Google, it’s pretty much the same.

 

The Netflix team have clearly been distracted by this exciting new series, as they’ve forgotten to add anything decent to this weeks list of new additions. There’s only a few titles to choose from, so we suggest that you spend your evenings this week trick or treating, instead of endlessly scrolling through the contents of Netflix as usual, getting fed up, and then just watching funny videos of chubby people falling over on YouTube.

This week, the following films have been added to Netflix for your viewing pleasure:

 

Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco-  1996

 

Pokemon The Movie- 2012

 

Ninja 2: Shadow of a Tear- 2013

 

Prom- 2011

 

Blitz- 2011

 

Arbitrage- 2012

 

Fletch- 1985

 

Armageddon- 1998

 

Flith- 2013

 

Casanova- 2005

 

Cougar Hunting- 2011

 

Cursed- 2005

 

Campus Confidential- 2005

 

This week, the following TV series have been made available for your viewing pleasure:

 

Sonic Underground: Season One- 1998

 

Power Ranger in Space: Episodes 26 to 43- 1998

 

Spiral: Season Four- 2010 to 2012

 

American Horror Story: Season Three- 2011

 

Darknet: Season One- 2013

 

Braquo: Season One- 2009 to 2011

 

Power Ranger in Space: Season One- 1998

Christian started writing film reviews at school for a local paper. Since then he has written for BBC Radio 4's Newsjack and The London Film Review. He also writes and presents a comedy show on AbingdonXtra, an Oxfordshire based radio station.