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What not to miss on Netflix?

Which TV shows and movies are missing from Netflix in the USA?

The 50 latest movies and TV show added to Netflix that aren’t showing in the USA

America. The land of the free and the home of the brave. Sweet land of liberty. The land of milk and honey.

Yet, just like other regions of the world, they’re missing a lot of Netflix content that US viewers would love to get their hands on.

With licensing rights being what they are, Netflix isn’t in a position to create the vast global one-size-fits-all catalogue it would love to, so for the time being, every country still has its own unique selection of shows and movies.

Admittedly, there are plenty of crossovers, with many shows showing almost everywhere. However, there are still plenty of programs viewers would love to watch that aren’t available where they are, and, alternatively, unique shows exclusive to their region.

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The latest TV shows missing from Netflix USA

According to, the latest new TV titles added to Netflix that viewers in the USA are missing out on are:

  1. Snowpiercer
  2. Castle Rock
  3. RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race
  4. Meet The Press
  5. The Last Post
  6. McMafia
  7. Pure
  8. Revolutions: The Ideas That Changed the World
  9. The Great Canadian Baking Show
  10. Hillary
  11. Dare Me
  12. Burden of Truth
  13. Pup Academy
  14. The Kids Are Alright
  15. Три Кота
  16. The Young Pope
  17. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  18. Inui
  19. School of Roars
  20. Lassie
  21. Messy Goes to Okido
  22. Polly Pocket
  23. Top Wing
  24. Henry Danger
  25. The Loud House
  26. The Thundermans
  27. The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco
  28. Ducktales
  29. The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill
  30. Exposed: The Case of Keli Lane
  31. Tomorrow When the War Began
  32. Beecham Street
  33. Newton’s Law
  34. Pulse
  35. 44Cats
  36. The Resident
  37. LEGO Jurassic World: Secret Exhibit
  38. Leaving Neverland
  39. Freaktown
  40. Will & Grace
  41. The Saddle Club
  42. Abby Hatcher, Fuzzly Catcher
  43. Il nome della rosa (In the Name of the Rose)
  44. Men Behaving Badly
  45. The Insectibles
  46. American Idol
  47. Ill Behaviour
  48. RuPaul’s Drage Race: Untucked!
  49. Gormiti
  50. Redwater
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The latest movies missing from Netflix USA

Again, we checked with to find out the latest new movies that have recently been added to Netflix, that USA viewers are missing out on.

  1. Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars
  2. The Gentlemen
  3. Mystify: Michael Hutchence
  4. The Man Who Cried
  5. Jexi
  6. Human Nature
  7. Countdown
  8. Colette
  9. Sawah
  10. 55 Steps
  11. Head Full of Honey
  12. Step
  13. A Score to Settle
  14. Deadfall
  15. Gangster’s Paradise: Jerusalema
  16. Vault
  17. Fahrenheit 451
  18. Black and Blue
  19. What They Had
  20. Zombieland
  21. The Sun is Also a Star
  22. Playmobile: The Movie
  23. Rambo: Last Blood
  24. Trauma Center
  25. Little
  26. Gemini
  27. Welcome to Mercy
  28. Night Hunter
  29. Brian Banks
  30. One Girl
  31. Brexit: The Uncivil War
  32. Turtle Tale
  33. Ladies in Black
  34. 365 Days
  35. The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle
  36. Dear Eleanor
  37. The Ruins
  38. The Front Runner
  39. The Wedding Year
  40. Fame
  41. Juliet, Naked
  42. All Is True
  43. Endless Love
  44. 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
  45. Maya the Bee: The Honey Games
  46. Hollow Point
  47. Annabelle Comes Home
  48. The Parts You Lose
  49. Brimstone
  50. Overcomer

Who’s got all the content?

Well, at the time of writing, the biggest libraries to date are:

  1. United Kingdom – 6,317 videos made up of 4,112 movies and 2,205 TV shows
  2. Czech Republic – 6,135 videos made up of 4,116 movies and 2,019 TV shows
  3. Japan – 6,038 videos made up of 3,971 movies and 2,067 TV shows
  4. Canada – 6,006 videos made up of 4,003 movies and 2,003 TV shows
  5. Australia – 5,936 videos made up of 3,840 movies and 2,096 TV shows

But that doesn’t mean they’ve got the best stuff.

All the country catalogues vary, and in many cases quite dramatically. Take Japan, for example. As you’d expect, they have masses of manga and animation content that so many other regions don’t, as it’s such a significant part of their TV and popular culture.

Also, there are plenty of regions with vast selections of native language shows and movies that you won’t necessarily find on Netflix in many other countries.

Quantity over quality

We can’t speak for programming quality; personal taste boils down to the individual, after all. You can check out Rotten Tomatoes or IMDb if you’re looking for some input into ratings, views, and opinions, but when it comes to TV show and movie choices, it’s nice to know what you’re missing and where you can go to find it.

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Content exclusive to Netflix USA

Jumping to Flixwatch, you’ll find their list of shows that are unique to the Netflix USA catalogue.

Here are the first 50 movies and TV shows from their database.

  1. Gimme Shelter
  2. The American President
  3. Gothika
  4. Enter the Dragon
  5. Cool Hand Luke
  6. The Haunted Hathaways
  7. London Heist
  8. Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio
  9. Playing for Keeps
  10. Good Hair
  11. Mud
  12. Mystic Pizza
  13. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
  14. Bonnie and Clyde
  15. The Con Is On
  16. Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike
  17. Incarnate
  18. The Challenge
  19. Grizzlies
  20. Teen Mom 2
  21. Black Ink Crew New York
  22. Manhunt: Deadly Games
  23. Runaway Bride
  24. Are You The One
  25. A Think Line Between Love and Hate
  26. Stargate SH-1
  27. Ink Master
  28. Effie
  29. The Bachelorette
  30. Rust Creek
  31. Little Nicky
  32. In Defense of a Married Man
  33. Hard Kill
  34. Whose Streets?
  35. America’s Next Top Model
  36. White Christmas
  37. Survivor
  38. Platoon
  39. Forged in Fire
  40. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
  41. A Clockwork Orange
  42. School Daze
  43. The Hummingbird Project
  44. Tremors: Shrieker Island
  45. ParaNorman
  46. Batman: The Killing Joke
  47. Half & Half
  48. In a Valley of Violence
  49. One on One
  50. American Pie 9: Girls’ Rules

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What Not to Miss on Netflix This Month

What did we do before Netflix came into our lives, and what the heck did we watch? Luckily, there’s no need to think about such sombre questions. We are living in the golden age of television, and we intend to use every minute of it. Each month, we bring you the most essential viewing Netflix recommenations for new shows and new seasons. Let the binging begin:

Unsolved Mysteries

A reboot of the popular investigative docuseries which looks into, as evident from the title, unsolved mysteries: unexplained disappearances, bizarre deaths, and supernatural encounters — All with the hope viewers will somehow be able to help solve the cold cases.

Unsolved Mysteries

All episodes are rooted in the experiences of ordinary people who have gone through the extraordinary.
1 Season, 12 episodes, July 1

Warrior Nun

Based on a manga book character with the same name, the show follows an orphan girl called Eva, who wakes up in a morgue with a mysterious chip that gave her her life back.

Warrior Nun

Eva realizes that she now has strong super-powers, that she became a part of a secret, ancient cult of demon-fighting nuns, and that these powers are in the core of the battle between heaven and hell.
1 season, 10 episodes, July 2

Down to Earth with Zac Efron

Is 2020 the year of the Zac Efron documentary? Looks like it. After Killing Zac Efron (which aired on Quibi), in this new show Efron and wellness guru Darin Olien travel the world and learn about different ways to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

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Down to Earth with Zac Efron

We agree it sounds a bit dull, but that was before we saw Efron encounter a “community fart bag”.
1 season, 8 episodes, July 10

The Business of Drugs

A new docuseries investigating how drug money moves, where it goes, and its devastating effects on people’s lives.

The Business of Drugs

The show’s host is a former CIA agent that takes us through the different points in the drugs’ path – from the people who make them, through their distributes, all the way the consumers and addicts.
1 season, 6 episodes, July 14


Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why) stars in a new intriguing fantasy series, based on a comic book re-imagining of an Arthurian tale.


The story is told through the eyes of Nimue, a young heroine in possession of a mysterious power, who joins forces with Arthur, a young mercenary. Together they try to find wizard Merlin and deliver him an ancient sword.
1 season, 10 episodes, July 17

Vis a vis: El Oasis

The anticipated spin-off of Locked up, aka the show Álex Pina made before Money Heist. The show premiered in Spain earlier this year, and now the rest of the world can enjoy it.

Vis a vis: El Oasis

The new version focuses on the characters of Macarena and Zulema, who recruit four other women for a last grand robbery at the wedding of a crime family.
1 season, 8 episodes, July 31

June 2020 Recommendations

Reality Z

One of the more intriguing new shows coming up this month is a Brazilian adaptation to Dead Set, Charlie Brooker’s (Black Mirror) mini-series. Based on its trailer it’ll perfect for fans who like Black Mirror’s darkness, but also to those who’ve had enough of it and are looking for a lighter watch.

Reality Z

Reality Z is a wild black comedy, which tells a story that’s become shockingly relevant in the Covid19 era: participants of a reality show called “Olimpo” (a fictive version of Big Brother) discover that a zombie apocalypse is taking place outside of their home, and that the confinement imposed upon them as part of the show, makes them the last survivors on earth.
1 season, 10 episodes, June 10


An Italian supernatural thriller about Anna, a woman returning to Curon, the town where she grew up, with her teenage twins.


When Anna mysteriously disappears, the kids set out on a journey exposing all the dark secrets hiding below the town’s calm surface, and revealing a side of their family they have never seen before.
1 season, 7 episodes, June 10

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Floor is Lava

Remember ‘the floor is lava’, the game we played when we were young? Netflix took it one step further with a sports reality show a-la Ninja Warrior, which follows the same rule:

Floor is Lava

in each episode, contestants will try to complete an obstacle course where they’ll have to hang, skip and jump over various hurdles without touching the floor for a second – because, just like when we were kids, touching the floor means elimination.
1 Season, June 19

Home Game

A new documentary series about the unique, bizarre and thrilling sports traditions around the world, from voodoo wrestling in Congo to roller derby in Texas.

Home Game

We admit that the premise sounds a little dull, but that’s also what we thought about Tiger King before we were introduced to Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.
1 season, June 26

Crazy Delicious

Following the success of the charming Nailed It!, Netflix bring us another wacky reality cooking completion.

Crazy Delicious

A joint-production with Britain’s Channel 4, the concept is still a little bit vague but is expected to take the usual boring dishes we consume every day and inspire viewers to make them ‘crazy delicious’. With an emphasis on crazy, we hope.
1 season, 6 episodes, June 24

13 Reasons Why, Season 4 (June 5)

Hannah Baker’s suicide tale was such a thin one, that we thought we would never get to season 4 – but we did.

13 Reasons Why, Season 4 (June 5)

After the Clay Jensen storyline, depicted in the previous seasons, the new and final season of 13 Reasons Why will introduce a new mystery, and will also bid farewell to all the students of Liberty High.

Queer Eye, season 5 (June 5)

These days, more than ever, we can use the intense sugar injection, supplied by the fab five, for a morale boost.

Queer Eye, season 5 (June 5)

This season, the five arrives to change the lives of some lucky Philadelphia residents, amongst them an ambitious DJ and a dog groomer who can barely make ends meet.

The Politician, season 2 (June 19)

After a fun a thrilling first season, Ryan Murphy’s (Glee, American Horror Story, Hollywood and many others) show carries on from the same intriguing point the last season ended on –

The Politician, season 2 (June 19)

ambitious Payton moves from the world of high school politics to the big league, and challenges the New York Senate majority leader.

10 Things You Shouldn’t Miss On Netflix This Summer

Nothing beats relaxing with a Netflix show after the kids have gone to bed. I asked on Facebook for some recommendations for my watchlist and have added in a couple that I think you really need to check out.

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Based on a true story, Unbelievable is about a tough but important one to watch. It follows the aftermath of Marie Adler’s rape as a flawed justice system tears her life apart and the lifelong impacts of sexual violence.

The Last Dance

I don’t think you need to be into basketball to enjoy this 10-part series. Yes, it follows the greatest basketball team of all time, the Chicago Bulls, but the show is really about success and the motivation you need to achieve that.

White Lines

This show has such mixed reviews: you’ll either love it or hate it but I’ve been told it’s one that you can’t stop watching! It’s a murder mystery set in Ibiza but it also has soap drama, a journey of self-discovery and flashbacks to 1996.


Ozark is one of the most popular shows on Netflix and I completely get why! If you’re into suspense and a fan of Jason Bateman, you need to see this. The premise is Bateman impersonates a financial advisor who has become mixed up in money laundering for some Mexican cartels.


I loved this series. It gives you a rare glimpse into the Hasidic Jewish community in New York, as its main character 19-year-old Etsy, flees from her orthodox upbringing. It portrays her life in a brilliant series of flashbacks and her attempt to make a fresh start in the present day.


The 1940s was the golden age of filmmaking in Tinseltown… but not for everyone. Netflix Original Hollywood is about what really happened behind the scenes: the drama, the betrayal and corruption. You’ll love it if you like anything with old, film star glamour.


Teen dramas can be a brilliant way of escapism and Outerbanks has romance, friendship, and murders. It’s set in an idyllic beach vacation town that we’d all love to be in right now. We can dream, right?

The Affair

A does-what-it-says-on-the-tin Netflix series about a complicated love triangle, The Affair is one of those you won’t be able to turn off. Each of the characters has their own story and seems to remember events very differently.

Dead To Me

For dark comedy lovers, Dead To Me is one to watch. It’s all about female friendships and grief as a widow tries to track down her husband’s hit-and-run driver.


From school-gate politics to fundraisers and organising the perfect kid’s birthday party, Motherland is a must-watch for all parents. It’s currently on two-series but I hear whispers of a third this year.

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