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Find new releases with this awesome Netflix hack

One of the best things about Netflix is that they keep their inventory fresh. For instance, this month they’re getting rid of “Jurassic Park” but they’re adding “Forrest Gump.” Click here to see a complete list.But what’s coming next? Will “13 Reasons Why” get a second season? When will “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” be available?Don’t let the suspense kill you! If you want to know what to expect (and what to watch before it’s gone), then visit “What’s on Netflix.” It’s an unofficial fan site that publishes lists about Netflix content.

Note: Have you been waiting a few months for a particular movie to come to Netflix? Use their digital suggestion box to submit a request!

The “What’s New” tab is updated every couple of days with movies and shows that were just added. “Coming Soon” is a preview section that is updated every couple of weeks. “Leaving Soon” has a list of outgoing content. Click “Lists” to see all the titles that fit a certain category, Marvel movies or FOX television shows.You can also read A-Z lists of all of Netflix’s original content, such as “Orange is the New Black” or “House of Cards.” When you click on a title, you’ll be taken right to the Netflix page where you can read a synopsis and watch episodes.The site publishes reports on Netflix-related news and feature entertainment articles too. Topics can include when to expect a certain movie’s debut or discussions about a popular show’s cliffhanger.“What’s on Netflix” was set up in 2013; the creators say it’s supposed to “help streamers from all around the world find the best and latest content on Netflix.”  The site is divided into sections since viewers in different countries don’t have access to the same shows and movies. It caters to Americans, Canadians, Australians and the British.To try this free site for yourself, click the blue button below. And for more tips, read these 7 Netflix hacks that will change how you stream forever!

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