Netflix Canada is the go-to streaming service for Canadians who want to watch their favourite movies and television shows. With an ever-growing library of content, it’s always exciting to see what new titles Netflix has added each week. This week, Netflix has added 24 new movies and TV shows that are sure to keep you entertained for hours! From award-winning documentaries to comedy specials, this week’s lineup has something for everyone. Keep reading for a full list of all the new releases on Netflix Canada this week.
- Your Place or Mine (2023)
- The Flash (Season 9)
- Outlander (Season 6)
- Dear David (2023)
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
- Love Actually (2003)
- She’s the Man (2006)
- Medieval (2022)
- Married to Work (2022)
- Tegimpu (2023)
- The Substitute (2022)
- Your Excellency (2019)
- Thunivu (2023)
- Dérè: An African Tale (Season 1)
- Love to Hate You (Season 1)
- My Dad the Bounty Hunter (Season 1)
- You (Season 4)
- The Governor (Season 1)
- The Exchange (Season 1)
- The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem (Season 1)
- Dr. Jason Leong: Ride With Caution (2023)
- My Love My Killer (Season 1)
- Love Is Blind (Season 3)
- Bill Russell: Legend (2023)
Your Place or Mine (2023)
Debbie and Peter are closest companions and all out alternate extremes. She desires routine with her child in LA, however he blossoms with change in NY. At the point when they trade houses and resides for seven days they find what they assume they need probably won’t be what they truly need.
The Flash (Season 9)
Netflix Canada is adding a number of movies and TV shows this week, including the latest season of The Flash. Season 9 of The Flash premieres on Netflix and will be available to stream on Netflix Canada immediately.
The ninth season of The Flash sees the return of Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton as Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon/Vibe and Jesse L. Martin as Joe West. This season also introduces sexy new villainesses played by Jessica Parker Kennedy and Andrea Brooks.
The ninth season of The Flash picks up after the events of last season’s finale, which saw Barry sacrifice himself to save the multiverse. In the aftermath, Iris is struggling to cope with her husband’s disappearance and Caitlin is dealing with her newfound powers. Meanwhile, Cisco has taken over STAR Labs and is working to help Barry return home.
This season promises to be full of excitement, heartbreak and drama as the team comes up against new challenges. Don’t miss a minute of The Flash when it returns for its ninth season on Tuesday, October 8th on Netflix Canada!
Outlander (Season 6)
Netflix Canada is adding a few new movies and TV shows this week, including the season 6 premiere of Outlander.
Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a World War II nurse who accidentally travels back in time to 1743 Scotland. There, she meets Jamie Fraser, a dashing young Scotsman, and the two are soon thrown into an adventure that spans centuries.
The sixth season of Outlander picks up right where the fifth left off, with Claire and Jamie working to build a new life together in America. But even as they try to put the past behind them, danger lurks on the horizon. With war on the horizon and enemies old and new threatening their lives, can Claire and Jamie keep their love alive?
If you’re looking for a heart-pounding historical drama with a touch of romance, be sure to check out Outlander this week on Netflix Canada!
Dear David (2023)
A mystery dream blog could endanger the promising fate of Laras, a gifted understudy, when the blog is uncovered to her whole school.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
Netflix Canada is adding a number of great movies and TV shows this week, including the hilarious comedy “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” Starring Jason Segel, Kristen Bell, and Mila Kunis, the film follows hapless musician Peter Bretter (Segel) as he tries to get over his ex-girlfriend Sarah Marshall (Bell) by going on vacation to Hawaii. But when he arrives at his resort, he discovers that Sarah is also staying there with her new boyfriend…
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is a riotously funny film that’s sure to please anyone looking for a good laugh. Segel is terrific as the unlucky-in-love Peter, and the supporting cast – including Bell, Kunis, and Russell Brand – are all excellent. If you’re looking for a movie to watch on Netflix Canada this week, be sure to check out “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.”
Love Actually (2003)
Love Actually is a 2003 British romantic comedy film written and directed by Richard Curtis, and features an ensemble cast. The film tells multiple interrelated stories all set during the Christmas season in London.
The film was a commercial success, grossing over $247 million worldwide. It received mixed reviews from critics, but has been popular with audiences and is considered one of the most romantic films of all time.
She’s the Man (2006)
This 2006 film tells the story of Viola Hastings, a high school student who poses as her twin brother Sebastian in order to play on the boy’s soccer team after he is called up to attend college early. While initially successful in fooling everyone, including Sebastian’s girlfriend Olivia, things start to unravel as Viola falls for Duke, another member of the soccer team. She’s the Man is a funny and heartwarming film that is perfect for a Netflix night in.
The narrative of fifteenth century Czech symbol and warlord Jan Zizka, who crushed multitudes of the Teutonic Request and the Blessed Roman Domain.
Married to Work (2022)
This new series follows the lives of four married couples who work together. Each episode will focus on a different couple as they navigate the challenges and joys that come with working with your spouse.
Married to Work promises to be an insightful and funny look at the ups and downs of married life, both at work and at home. Whether you’re already married or just thinking about it, this series is sure to entertain and inspire.
Netflix Canada is adding a slew of new movies and TV shows this week, including the highly anticipated film Tegimpu.
Tegimpu is a science fiction film set in the year 2023. The world is on the brink of an apocalypse, and a group of scientists are working on a last-ditch effort to save humanity. They create a time machine that can send people back in time to prevent the apocalypse from happening. But when they test it, they accidentally send one of their own team members back to the year 1923.
The team must now race against the clock to find their colleague and stop the apocalypse from happening. Tegimpu is a gripping science fiction thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Substitute (2022)
Netflix is adding a slew of new movies and TV shows this week, including the highly anticipated film The Substitute.
The Substitute is a 2022 American science fiction action film directed by Joseph Kahn and written by Sean Diamond. The film stars Katherine Heigl as an English teacher who is drafted into a secret government program to take the place of a student who has been kidnapped by terrorists.
The Substitute is just one of many new additions to Netflix this week. Other films include The Silence of the Lambs, Troy, and The Italian Job. For TV shows, there’s new seasons of The Crown, Master of None, and Narcos: Mexico.
Your Excellency (2019)
Your Excellency is a 2019 Nigerian political comedy drama film directed by Frank Rajah Arase. The film stars Femi Jacobs, Alibaba Akporobaro, Chioma Topalis, and Karibi Fubara. It was released on Netflix on September 17, 2019.
The film follows the story of a former president of an unnamed African country who is trying to become the ambassador to the United States. However, he faces many challenges along the way, including his wife’s disapproval and the country’s current president who does not want him to succeed.
Your Excellency is a hilarious and heartwarming film that offers a unique perspective on politics in Africa. If you are looking for a good laugh, this is definitely the movie for you.
Netflix is always adding new content to keep subscribers entertained. This week, they’ve added a few new TV shows that are sure to please.
One of the new additions is Thunivu, a show about a group of friends who are always getting into trouble. The show follows their misadventures as they try to navigate their way through life. Thunivu is sure to appeal to anyone who loves a good comedy.
Dérè: An African Tale (Season 1)
Dérè: An African Tale is a new animated series from Netflix that follows the adventures of a young girl named Dérè and her friends in the African savanna. The show is set in the fictional village of Dankolo and features an all-star cast of African voice actors, including Yara Shahidi, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Lupita Nyong’o.
Dérè is a brave and determined young girl who loves to explore the world around her. When she learns that her village is in danger from a group of evil lions, she sets out on a quest to save her home. Along the way, she makes new friends and learns about the importance of working together to achieve goals.
The first season of Dérè: An African Tale is now available on Netflix Canada.
Love to Hate You (Season 1)
Love to Hate You is a new Canadian reality TV show that premiered on Netflix this week. The show follows the lives of seven young women who all live together in a mansion in Toronto. The ladies are all from different backgrounds and have different levels of success in their careers, but they all share one common goal: to get married.
Throughout the season, the women are put through a series of challenges designed to test their relationships with each other and their potential husbands-to-be. The winner of each challenge gets a date with one of the eligible bachelors, while the loser has to go home.
At the end of the season, one lucky lady will walk away with her dream man and a lavish wedding package. Love to Hate You is sure to be full of drama, catfights, and plenty of tears. So if you’re looking for your next guilty pleasure TV show, look no further than Love to Hate You.
My Dad the Bounty Hunter (Season 1)
In February, Netflix Canada is adding a new reality TV show called “My Dad the Bounty Hunter”. The show follows the exploits of Duane “Dog” Chapman as he tracks down and apprehends fugitives.
The first season of the show consists of 10 episodes, each one following Dog and his team as they hunt down a different fugitive. The show is exciting, suspenseful, and sometimes humorous, giving viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of bounty hunting.
If you’re looking for a new reality TV show to binge-watch this month, be sure to check out “My Dad the Bounty Hunter”!
You (Season 4)
The fourth season of You was added to Netflix Canada this week. The season continues the story of Joe Goldberg (played by Penn Badgley), a bookstore manager and serial killer who becomes obsessed with a young woman named Beck (played by Elizabeth Lail).
The fourth season picks up after the events of the previous season, which ended with Joe murdering Beck. In the new season, Joe has moved to Los Angeles and changed his name to Will Bettelheim. He is now in a relationship with a woman named Love Quinn (played by Victoria Pedretti).
While the first three seasons of You were based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes, the fourth season is entirely original and was written specifically for television. The new season will consist of 10 episodes, all of which are available to stream on Netflix Canada now.
The Governor (Season 1)
The Governor is a new show that was added to Netflix Canada this week. The show is about a politician who has to deal with the day-to-day problems of running a state. The show is set in the state of Florida and follows the governor as he tries to keep the state running smoothly. The show is only one season long, but it is packed with drama and intrigue. If you are looking for a new show to watch, then you should definitely check out The Governor.
The Exchange (Season 1)
Netflix Canada has added a few new TV shows to their lineup this week, including the first season of The Exchange.
The Exchange is a Canadian reality TV show that follows a group of young adults as they move to different cities and countries to live and work together. The show is produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, the same company behind The Real World.
If you’re looking for something new to watch on Netflix Canada this week, be sure to check out The Exchange.
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem (Season 1)
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem is a new Israeli drama that tells the story of Tziama, a young woman who is crowned the beauty queen of Jerusalem. The show follows Tziama as she navigates her new role and tries to balance her responsibilities as a queen with her personal life. The show is set in the early 20th century and explores themes of love, loss, and betrayal.
Dr. Jason Leong: Ride With Caution (2023)
Dr. Jason Leong: Ride With Caution is a new TV show added to Netflix Canada this week. The show follows the adventures of Dr. Jason Leong, a medical doctor who takes on dangerous cases in remote locations.
In each episode, Jason and his team of medical experts travel to a new location to help people in need. They often find themselves in life-threatening situations, but they always manage to save lives.
The show is full of suspense and excitement, and it’s sure to keep you entertained. If you’re looking for a new show to watch this week, be sure to check out Dr. Jason Leong: Ride With Caution.
My Love My Killer (Season 1)
My Love, My Killer is a new Netflix original series that follows the story of a young woman who falls in love with a man she knows is a killer. The series is set in Mexico and follows the couple as they try to navigate their relationship while also trying to stay one step ahead of the law. The first season of the series is now available on Netflix Canada.
Love Is Blind (Season 3)
Love is Blind is a reality dating show that debuted on Netflix in February 2020. The show follows a group of men and women who meet and get to know each other through a series of blind dates that take place in pods. The couples then decide whether or not they want to get married.
Bill Russell: Legend (2023)
Netflix Canada has added a slew of new TV shows this week, including the much-anticipated Bill Russell: Legend. The show chronicles the life and career of one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Bill Russell.
A five-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist, Bill Russell was a towering figure in the sport during his playing days. He was also a trailblazer off the court, becoming one of the first African American athletes to achieve true mainstream success.
The new documentary series will feature never-before-seen footage and interviews with some of the biggest names in basketball, including Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, and Shaquille O’Neal. It’s sure to be a must-watch for any fan of the sport.
If you’re looking for something new to watch this week, look no further than Netflix Canada. This week, they have added a number of new shows and films that are sure to keep your eyes glued to the screen. Whether you’re in the mood for some comedy or drama, Netflix has something to offer everyone. From reality shows to series reboots, here are some of the best new TV shows added to Netflix Canada this week: February 10th, 2023.
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