A new month brings new tv and movie titles to Netflix, including a few new exciting Netflix originals. There is so much to watch that I don’t think I’ll be leaving my couch at all this month. Here’s what you should be checking out.
Available November 20, Multiple Netflix Regions
Netflix Rating: 4.4/5
This is the next big budget original series coming from Marvel and Netflix. It stars the amazing Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad, Veronica Mars). See more at Filmefy.
Available Now, Netflix Canada
Netflix Rating: 3.8/5
Great writing makes this sci-fi flick a must-see. A coder at a tech company wins a week-long retreat at the compound of his company’s CEO, where he’s tasked with testing a new artificial intelligence. See more at Filmefy.
Master of None, Season 1
Available November 6, Multiple Netflix Regions
Netflix Rating: 3.1/5
A Netflix original from Aziz Ansari (Parks and Rec). New Yorker Dev takes on such pillars of maturity as the first big job, a serious relationship, and busting sex offenders on the subway. See more at Filmefy.
Downton Abbey, Season 5
Available Now, Netflix Finland
Netflix Rating: 4.5/5
Downton Abbey revolves around the aristocrat family and serving staff of Downton. In season 5, the residents of Downton continue to struggle to keep up with a quickly changing English society. See more at Filmefy.
W/ Bob and David
Available November 13, Multiple Netflix Regions
Netflix Rating: 2.9/5
From the duo that brought you Mr. Show, Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) and David Cross (Arrested Development) reunite to do what they do best – sketch comedy. See more at Filmefy.
Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection
Available Now, Netflix US
Netflix Rating: 4.3/5
Check out Disney’s animated short films collection, including “Frozen Forever”. See more at Filmefy.
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Available Now, Netflix Canada
Netflix Rating: 3.2/5
A romance starring the charismatic Anton Yelchin and Bérénice Marlohe. A young novelist’s life is turned upside down when a chance encounter outside a New York hotel leads to an intense affair with a diplomat’s wife. See more at Filmefy.
Continuum, Season 4
Available November 15, Netflix US
Netflix Rating: 4.1/5
A futuristic sci-fi thriller based on an officer who travels back in time with a terrorist group who she must hunt while trying to get to the future and reunite with her family. See more at Filmefy.
There is one Netflix region, and one Netflix region only that will be getting the latest Star Wars instalment in 2016…wait for it…CANADA!
You heard me right. Thanks to the timing of Disney’s distribution contracts, Netflix Canada has been able to secure the rights to stream Star Wars: The Force Awakens approximately 8 months after the film leaves theatres.
Netflix US has a reputation of having the best selection of TV and movie titles. But this time, the holy grail of new movies is going to the little Netflix region in the North.
But this isn’t just great news for Canadians. This is great for EVERYONE that uses UnoTelly with their Netflix subscription. With UnoTelly, Netflix subscribers everywhere will be able to stream Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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The release of the new Star Wars on SVOD is still months away, which seems like lightyears. With UnoTelly, you can wait while watching the best tv and movie from regions all over the world.
Here are some great sci-fi pics to watch while we collectively wait for the The Force Awakens.
This week, Netflix grew its presence in Europe by launching in Spain, Italy and Portugal. Great news! Both for people living in those regions, and for us at UnoTelly.
The launch means many people in Western Europe are discovering the joys of Netflix for the very first time.For UnoTelly, each new region means we get to add new titles to the global Netflix catalogue that our users access every day. That includes original local content, such as the upcoming original Italian series, Suburra, about ties between mob and politics in contemporary Rome.
What new Netflix users might not realize is that each region of Netflix is different – different titles and different quantities of titles. For example, according to data collected from Filmefy, Spain launched with 995 titles, Italy launched with 870 titles, while Portugal launched with 539 titles. Both pale in comparison to the US, which has 5,883 titles and UnoTelly, which gives users access to 13,963 titles from the global Netflix catalogue (as of October 23). See our infographic comparing different regional counts and the total Netflix global catalogue.
If you haven’t tried pairing UnoTelly with Netflix yet, you are missing out on a world full of TV and movie titles. Give us a try for 8 days – absolutely free!
NBA League Pass is the only way to legally watch every NBA game without a cable subscription. However, US and Canada subscribers are subject to regional and national blackouts. That means if a game is televised, League Pass subscribers in the US and Canada will not be able to live stream the game. In addition international subscribers can pay vastly different prices depending on which country they purchase from.
To get the best price for NBA League Pass without blackouts, purchase an international subscription with UnoTelly.
How We Get the Best Price
The international League Pass provides access to every NBA game without blackouts, but each country has a different price. For example, anyone that wants to buy League Pass in Germany will be paying approx. $239 USD. At UnoTelly, we’ve done our research and identified that South Africa has the best price, approx. $114 USD. We will route your IP through our servers in South Africa so you can get the most for your money.
How to Get NBA League Pass with UnoTelly
Of course, first you will need a subscription to UnoTelly. If you don’t have one yet, you can try for 8 days free.
Setup UnoTelly on your favourite device. Visit our devices page for setup instructions.
Go to our Dynamo page and set NBA League Pass to South Africa.
Purchase your NBA League Pass subscription (device must have UnoTelly set up).
Login and start streaming!
NBA League Pass is available on the following devices:
A young, devout woman discovers that she was accidentally artificially inseminated. Season 1 was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy or Musical & Gina Rodriguez won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
Starring: Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Yael Grobglas, Jaime Camil, Justin Baldoni and Brett Dier
Beasts of No Nation
Available Oct. 16, Most Regions
A Netflix original drama based on the experiences of Agu, a child soldier fighting in the civil war of an unnamed African country.
With Amazon Instant Video Japan you have access to Japanese movies and television series. Stream the exclusive Amazon-produced content as well as thousands of other titles that are only found in Japan.
Amazon Instant Video Japan requires an annual subscription of 3900 JYN (Approximately $32.5 USD at the time of writing). Visit Amazon Instant Video Japan to view their content.
You can stream Amazon Instant Video Japan from your:
The US networks are in the midst of launching their new fall line-ups. But you don’t have to be in the US to catch the most buzz-worthy new shows. We’ve got you covered.
With UnoTelly, you can watch TV channels that are typically geoblocked. If you haven’t tried UnoTelly before, you can try us for 8 days free.
Here’s some of the most talked-about new shows this fall and where to stream them.
Blindspot (Mondays, premiered Sep. 21)
Arguably the most anticipated new show of the fall, Blindspot is getting great reviews by critics and viewers. It follows a woman who is found in Times Square with no memory and mysterious tattoos on her body. But you have to watch the promo to get a sense of the intricate story and high stakes of this FBI thriller.
Where to watch:
NBC (US, Dynamo option 1): The premiere is available to stream online, but unless you have a cable subscription you may be out of luck for future episodes.
CTV (Canada, Dynamo option 6): CTV will have new episodes uploaded every week and will be available without sign in for 7 days. If you stay up-to-date, CTV is great.
Hulu (No settings needed): The premiere is up for free, but future episodes will likely require a Hulu Plus account. If you have one, catch all the episodes here on your schedule. Click here to find out how to sign up for a Hulu Plus account outside the US.
Life in Pieces (Mondays, premiered Sep. 21)
Life in Pieces family comedy told through the separate stories of different family members. With strong actors and clever writing, this show could be the next Modern Family.
Where to watch:
CBS (US, Dynamo option 1): The premiere episode is already up, although it’s not clear how long it will stay. If you want to watch the entire season you will need to sign up for CBS All Access. For a limited time this fall, they are extending their 1 week free trial to a month with the code FALLTV. Click here to find out how to get CBS All Access outside the US.
City TV (Canada, Dynamo option 2): The premiere is streaming here too. With City TV, all episodes are likely to be available to watch, but it’s unclear how long they will be available for without a cable subscription. But if you plan to stay up-to-date, this is a great option.
Scream Queens (Tuesdays, premiered Sep. 22)
Scream Queens is a new genre-bending comedy-horror anthology series. The first instalment revolves around a college campus that is rocked by a series of murders. It has a star-studded cast and comes from the same creators as American Horror Story and Glee.
Fox (US, Dynamo option 1): The premiere is available. Hopefully future episodes will be available without a subscription too (at least for a limited time).
City TV (Canada, Dynamo option 2): The premiere is available now and new episodes should become available each week. It is not clear how long episodes will stay up for, but stay up to date by checking City TV each week.
Hulu (No settings needed): Watch the premiere for free. You will likely need an Hulu Plus account to access future episodes. Learn how to get a Hulu Plus account outside the US and watch on your own schedule.
Limitless (Tuesdays, premiered Sep 22)
CBS (US, Dynamo option 1): You can watch the premiere on the CBS website now. It is unclear if future episodes will be available or for how long. You will undoubtedly be able to watch all episodes on your own schedule with CBS All Access. For a limited time this fall, they are extending their 1 week free trial to a month with the code FALLTV. Click here to find out how to get CBS All Access outside the US.
Global (Canada, Dynamo option 1): The pilot is available here too. All episodes should be available to stream for a limited time, so this is a great option if you plan to keep up-to-date.
The Muppets (Tuesdays, premiered Sep 22)
Everyone’s favourite puppets have their own primetime show. Although this isn’t one you want to watch with your kids. With The Muppets you’ll get a behind-the-scenes mockumentary style look at the private and professional lives of the lovable puppets – and it’s not all innocent.
ABC (US, no settings needed): The premiere is up and ready to watch. For how long? I don’t know. It is unclear if future episodes will be available too.
City TV (Canada, Dynamo option 1): The premiere episode is available now and future episodes should be available for a limited time. Come back weekly to stay up-to-date.
Hulu (No settings needed): Watch the premiere now. Future episodes may require Hulu Plus. Learn how to get a Hulu Plus account outside the US and watch on your own schedule.
Heroes: Reborn (Thursdays, premiered Sep 24)
Any fan of the original series should be excited about this reboot. The original Heroes was ahead of its time and struggled after a strong season 1. Does it have the timing right now? We’ll find out this fall.
NBC (US, Dynamo option 1): The premiere is up and available to watch. There is also an online-only prequel series there to stream. Future episodes may require a cable subscription login or may only stay up for a limited time.
Global TV (Canada, Dynamo option 1): Catch the pilot and online-only prequel series here too. Future episodes are likely to be available for a limited time without a cable login. Come back weekly to stay up-to-date.
Hulu (No settings needed): Go on over and watch the premiere. Future episodes will likely require a Hulu Plus account. If you have one, catch all the episodes here on your schedule. Click here to find out how to sign up for a Hulu Plus account outside the US.
Quantico (Sundays, starts Sep. 27)
A diverse group of recruits has arrived at the FBI Quantico Base for training. They are the best, the brightest and the most vetted, so it seems impossible that one of them is suspected of masterminding the biggest attack on New York City since 9/11.
So nothing will be up until at least late night Sunday, but here’s the channels where Quantico should be available.
ABC (US, no settings needed): The first 8 minutes are already up and available to watch.
Hulu (No settings needed): Watch the 8 minute preview here too.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (Mondays, starts Oct. 12)
A musical comedy about a successful, driven, and possibly crazy young woman who impulsively gives up everything – her partnership at a prestigious law firm and her upscale apartment in Manhattan – in a desperate attempt to find love and happiness
You can cut the cord and still watch every NFL game live!
UnoTelly is the quarterback that is going to pass you the secrets to get the most out of NFL Game Pass no matter where you are. Are you ready to rush the end zone?
NFL Game Pass is a subscription that lets you stream every game, including the Super Bowl. It is available on PC, MAC, iOS, Android, Xbox One and Xbox 360. But here is the deal. Not all NFL Game Pass subscriptions are created equal.
US subscribers are not given access to regular season games live. They can only stream the games through replay. But who wants to watch the game after it’s over?!? Don’t risk the spoilers – watch it live! The Game Pass in Canada has blackouts. The International Game Pass available gives you access to all the live games. But which one has the best price?
Watch every game live by subscribing to the Brazilian NFL Game Pass. You be able to watch all Season, Playoff and Super Bowl games live. You also save up to $40 USD compared to the International Game Pass in other currencies. Using UnoTelly to purchase an Brazilian NFL Game Pass subscription, you will get all the games at the best price. We offer a free 8-day trial for users who want to try using UnoTelly to access Brazil’s NFL Game Pass.
Prices in USD (converted from Brazilian Real at exchange rate of $0.27)
Watch every Preseason + Regular Season game and get replays of all 2015 NFL Playoff games - Including Super Bowl 50.
Or 4 payments @ $49.23/mo
Watch every Preseason + Regular Season game.
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Choose your favorite team and watch all of their Preseason + Regular Season games live.
Step 2: Go to gamepass.nfl.com, choose the plan you want and subscribe. You can use your local credit card and real billing address to pay. To make sure that you are on the Brazilian Real Game Pass page, check for the currency on the top right of your screen.
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You can now stream Shudder from anywhere in the world.
What is Shudder?
Shudder is a horror movie streaming service that promises to Unlock the door, to a world of horror. We have just unlocked this channel for streaming anywhere in the world. Watch famous classic and new horror files or stream from the shudder.tv section that broadcasts an endless stream of screams. The site is curated by people who know and respect the genre.
Shudder requires a paid subscription. Visit Shudder to view their content.
How to Stream
Shudder is only available in the US, but when you have UnoTelly set up on your favourite device, you can stream from anywhere in the world.
Here is something for the Japanese film, television and anime lovers! Over 1,000 titles have just been released on the brand new Netflix Japan and UnoTelly is the first to have it covered for the rest of the world.
We’ve got everything you need to know about Netflix Japan from the exclusive titles available, how to access these titles outside Japan and how to access other Netflix regions with a Netflix Japan account.
Check out some of the titles exclusive to Netflix Japan
We’ve got the answers to all your burning Netflix Japan questions.
Q: How do I access Netflix Japan from another country?
With UnoTelly you can unlock Netflix Japan and every other Netflix region with a single subscription! Our Dynamo option allows you to switch between different regions of one service no matter where you are. You can even watch different regions of Netflix on different devices at the same time! To learn how, please visit How to Watch Multiple Regions of Netflix in the Same Household
Q: I already have a Netflix account, do I need another Netflix account from Japan to access Netflix Japan?
No. You can use your existing Netflix account to access Netflix Japan. You do not need to register a new Netflix account.
Q: Will UnoTelly affect my ability to watch local content?
Absolutely not. UnoDNS does not affect any other Internet-based service you have. The reason is that UnoDNS targets specifically the streaming sites mentioned on our website and bypass all non-relevant traffic. Our technology gives you blazing-fast streaming speed and will not affect any of your Internet activities.
Q: How many movies/TV shows will be available on Netflix Japan?
While Japanese will only have access to about 1,000 titles, you can access the entire Netflix catalogue that totals over 14,100 titles with UnoTelly’s UnoDNS! Check out the Netflix title count around the world.
Q: How do I get Netflix if it hasn’t come to my country yet?