Netflix to Add 20 New Titles This Week

Netflix this week will add 20 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including a much-anticipated new series from Marvel.

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The new additions for the week are headlined by season one of Marvel’s The Defenders, a Netflix original adventure miniseries based on the superhero comic book. The ensemble cast includes Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Charlie Cox as Daredevil and Mike Colter as Luke Cage.

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Other notable additions for the week: Season five of Dinotrux, a Netflix original animated series where the characters are part dinosaur and part machine; Gold, a 2016 theatrical movie starring Matthew McConaughey as an unscrupulous investor in Indonesia; 21, a Vegas-based drama based loosely on a real-life band of blackjack players; and What Happened to Monday, a U.K. sci-fi film that will make its U.S. premiere on Netflix.

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Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Netflix streaming:

Sunday, August 13
“Arthur and the Invisibles”
 (2006)

“Hot Property” (2016)

“Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo” (2017)

Monday, August 14
“The Outcasts” (2017)

“Urban Hymn” (2015)

Tuesday, August 15

“Barbecue” (2014)

“21” (2008)

“A New Economy” (2016)

“All These Sleepless Nights” (2016)

“Donald Cried” (2016)

“Murderous Affair” (Season 1)

“My Ex-Ex” (2015)

“The Sweet Life” (2016)

Wednesday, August 16

“Gold” (2016)

Friday, August 18

“The Defenders” (Season 1)

“Dinotrux” (Season 5)

“Glitter Force Doki Doki” (Season 1)

“I Am Sam” (2001)

“What Happened to Monday” (2017)

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Saturday, August 19

“Hide and Seek” (2005)

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