What's New on Netflix site

Discussion in 'Netflix' started by AresBlade, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. AresBlade

    AresBlade Well-Known Member

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    I realized that there's not a thread here dedicated to one of my favourite sites: "What's new on Netflix". This wonderful site gives you a daily update of what's being added to the libraries across the world. Check it out if you haven't, and let me know what you think!

    http://can.whatsnewonnetflix.com/

    Obviously once you're in the site you can change the region from Canada, that's just where I am :)
     
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  3. Gelsemium

    Gelsemium Founding Member Founding Member

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    I haven't seen this link up to now. Unfortunately the flag for my country is not appearing, so I guess I'll have to be patient and wait...
     
  4. AresBlade

    AresBlade Well-Known Member

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    Wow really? Where are you located Gelsemium? I thought that they pretty much had every region where Netflix is available now. Sorry about that.
     
  5. AmandaK

    AmandaK Well-Known Member

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    This is helpful. I share an account with my partner on the Roku. He almost exclusively watches dreary historical documentaries. So, my recommendations and "new on Netflix" categories are almost exclusively dreary historical documentaries. I'll check this so I'll know when something I actually want to see gets released.
     
  6. Gelsemium

    Gelsemium Founding Member Founding Member

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    I am in Portugal, a small country in the extreme of Europe, great for beaches, but no Netflix... yet! :)
     
  7. AmandaK

    AmandaK Well-Known Member

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    If where I lived had beaches like Portugal's, I wouldn't need Netflix! Get ready, Gelsemium. I've seen it posted in blogs and mentioned in articles that Portugal is THE budget tourist destination right now. This means your town will probably soon be inundated with vacationing Americans. Enjoy the peace on your beaches while you can. I will send positive vibes your way in hopes that Netflix will beat the surge of tourists so you at least have an escape.
     
  8. Gelsemium

    Gelsemium Founding Member Founding Member

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    Haha, not bad Amanda, I love the beaches too, but in the winter we can't go there. :) We see quite a few tourists, have you been here?
     
  9. AmandaK

    AmandaK Well-Known Member

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    I've never left the States. I've been within five miles of Mexico and close to Canada, but that's it. I would love to visit Portugal and Spain, though.
    Do the cable companies have the same stranglehold there as in the states? We're limited to Verizon Fios or Comcast Xfinity in most places here- or smaller cable companies that often provide worse service for more cost.
     
  10. Gelsemium

    Gelsemium Founding Member Founding Member

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    Yep, we have two providers as well, Nos and Meo and they have the same prices, almost everyone used them, except those still on free signal that only have 4 or 5 channels.

    Mexico sounds awesome, why didn't you go?
     
  11. AmandaK

    AmandaK Well-Known Member

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    I don't have a passport. I had planned to go all the way to the border so I could at least say I saw another country, but there were ominous signs with notices like "last exit before border" and "prepare to be searched" so I didn't chance it. I was in a rental car, too. I agreed not to take it out of the country and I didn't get the insurance.

    Sadly, your cable "choices" seem about the same as here in the states. We get about five "free" local channels, too. The cable companies here have different names but they are all the same. They take turns drawing people in for low introductory prices for 2 year contracts then strangle you with monthly fees for a bunch of junk channels that you don't want but have to buy to get access to the few channels you want.
     
  12. Gelsemium

    Gelsemium Founding Member Founding Member

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    Is it that hard to get a passport, why don't you get one?

    Yeah, cable companies are the same worldwide, so it's about time we get good reliable options to cut the cord.
     
  13. gmckee1985

    gmckee1985 Well-Known Member

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    This is a really useful link. Thanks. I'll definitely use this to plan my evening viewing experience from now on. It's always good to know what's new on Netflix. I share an account with my girlfriend so I'm sure we'll both get a lot of use out of this website in the future.
     

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