This list lets you start with today's releases and then go "back in time" to see previous movie and tv show releases for Netflix Japan.
What's New on Netflix Japan: New Releases
New Releases for Netflix Japan
Young CIA operative Matt Weston must get a dangerous criminal out of an agency safe house that's come under attack and get him to a securer location.
Five shorts reveal a fictional Hong Kong in 2025, depicting a dystopian city where residents and activists face crackdowns under iron-fisted rule.
When perennially single Bridget finds herself pregnant at age 43, she has to figure out if she's ready for motherhood -- and who the baby's father is. After years and years, she finally has the perfect single life. And it's turning into a perfect mess.
A captain of a suicide squadron and a teacher share a secret love along the island shores of Amami as the waning moments of the Pacific War draw near. Together on borrowed time, their unwavering love for each other perseveres amidst the uncertainties of war.
After five high school misfits uncover coins that grant them superpowers, they must come together as a team to save the world from an ancient evil. Epic battles. Villainous rivals. Changing bodies. Chosen destinies. And that's just high school.
When Nadine's best (and only) friend starts dating her detested older brother, the teenage cynic's life becomes even more unbearable.
To capture a crime lord who killed his partner and kidnapped his partner's daughter, a Hong Kong detective teams with a smart aleck American gambler. One has to avenge his partner's death. The other just has to save his own hide. It's a Far East road trip for the ages.
Renton, Spud, Sick Boy and Begbie cross paths 20 years later, and a small "business" opportunity crops up -- but no one's forgotten Renton's betrayal. Drug-fueled youthful defiance slides into middle-age cynicism. They’re in for a messy reunion -- and another deception.
Ray Romano cut his stand-up teeth at the Comedy Cellar in New York. Now, in his first comedy special in 23 years, he returns to where it all began. He figured out stand-up. He figured out television. But when it comes to most everything else, he's still got no clue.