This list shows the Netflix titles released on a specific day in Bangladesh.
Netflix released 3 movies and 2 brand new shows today.
Three families navigate uncertainty and struggle when cancer affects their lives and presents emotional challenges that test their bonds.
- African Movies, Social Issue Dramas, Dramas, Nollywood Movies
- Director(s): Kunle Afolayan
- Actors: Joke Silva, Omowunmi Dada, Bimbo Akintola, Femi Adebayo, Kayode Olaiya, Ali Nuhu, Yvonne Jegede, Toyin Abraham, Adebayo Salami, Ayo Mogaji, Magaji Mijinyawa
Concert and behind-the-scenes footage capture life on tour for Uruguayan sensation Natalia Oreiro as she performs for packed crowds throughout Russia.
- Biographical Documentaries, Music & Musicals, Music & Concert Documentaries, Documentary Films
- Director(s): Martín Sastre
- Actors: Natalia Oreiro
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Little animals embark on big adventures across the U.S. in a dramatic nature series that explores their hidden worlds and epic survival stories. They’re tiny but mighty — and often running for dear life. See how these critters survive danger using speed, skill and smarts.
- Travel & Adventure Documentaries, Science & Nature Docs, Docuseries, TV Action & Adventure, Nature & Ecology Documentaries, Science & Nature TV, US TV Shows, Family Watch Together TV
- Actors: Mike Colter
This documentary follows a group of hunters as they grapple with the complexities, controversies, and contradictions of pursuing animals in the wild.
- Science & Nature Docs, Nature & Ecology Documentaries, Documentary Films
- Director(s): Steven Rinella
- Actors: Steven Rinella
When sudden tragedy forces a deputy to step into the role of governor, she faces grueling political and personal tests in order to lead her state.
- TV Dramas, Political TV Shows
- Creator(s): Mo Abudu
- Actors: Caroline Chikezie, Bimbo Manuel, Lord Frank, Edmond Enaibe, Taiwo Obileye, Jude Chukwuka, Kunle Coker, Paul Christian Chukwudi, Samuel Abiola Robinson, Simi Adejumo, Ani Iyoho