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 Sweden.
What's New on Netflix Sweden: New Releases
New Releases for Netflix Sweden
In this sequel to “Klown,” Casper moves to LA -- with Frank on his heels -- where the incorrigible pair proceed to trounce taboos and “go Hollywood.”
A family's Wadden Sea vacation goes off the rails when Dad is accused of burglary. Now, the entire clan must pull together to nab the real thieves.
While caring for her paralyzed husband in a nursing home, a woman yearning for excitement and intimacy develops an affair with a new resident. This budding romance has her feeling like a new person. Is this the freedom she’s been craving? Or is she losing control?
A Norwegian geologist has just 10 minutes to save as many people as possible when a tsunami strikes a fjord community. A geologist is dead certain about one thing: The mountain's gonna blow. So plan your escape or say your prayers.
When a bike messenger falls into debt with organized criminals, a sexy woman draws him into her high-stakes world of parkour, teaching him new skills.
Urbane and sophisticated Lord Charlie Mortdecai is an aristocrat, but he's also a broke, bumbling art swindler who has just crossed the Russian mob. He's a swinging art dealer turned international man of intrigue. Madcap capers really curl his mustache.
A single, 40-something woman who needs a husband before she can adopt a child finds unexpected romance while visiting her sister in Norrland. For five years, she's waited for her turn to adopt a child. Now, she has 30 days to find a man who can be the daddy.
Framed after a terrorist bombing, a U.S. embassy employee is on the run in London, while trying to stop another pending attack. He's plotting a major terrorist attack. He's the world's deadliest assassin. His next target ... is her. Time to run.
The beloved Muppets put a musical twist on the Charles Dickens classic, as dedicated employee Bob Cratchit (played by Kermit) begs his boss, Ebenezer Scrooge, to give him a day off on Christmas.