Netflix Is Now Available In Australia!
Here's your guide on what to catch up on.
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So we’ve all tried it and given up. Trying to trick the internet and hack our apple tv’s and computers just for the chance to watch Netflix in Australia. Well as of today, there is no need as it is finally available.

So there’s nothing else much to say but, take a sick day and get acquainted with all the shows you’ve been missing! Here’s our guide to the shows that you must watch:

House Of Cards : Season 1, 2 & 3

Ever wanted to be the President Of The United States? Would you do anything to get it? Kevin Spacey stops at nothing, I have never loved anyone so evil.

Orange Is The New Black : Season 1 & 2

No matter how many books you read, nothing can prepare you for gaol. Especially when your ex-lover who rats you out is behind the very same bars. Learn the in’s and out’s of gaol with the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison.

BoJack Horseman : Season 1

Playing the the sharp-tongued, unapologetic, narcissistic BoJack is none other than Arrested Development alumni Will Arnett. It’s offensive, it’s in-your-face (not unlike Terry Richards’ tripod) and it’s a spot-on satire of the entertainment industry and celebrities as we know them.

Better Call Saul : Season 1

The sleazy-yet-likeable lawyer Saul Goodman (well, Jimmy McGill) in a series which throws us back seven years before the explosive events of Breaking Bad. Walt and Jesse are not on the docket for Season 1, but the creators say that all characters have the potential to return.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt : Season 1

15 years in a cult is a long time, so Kimmy decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. With a backpack, light-up sneakers, and a couple of way-past-due library books in arms, she’s takes on a world she didn’t even know existed. Expect a hilarious light hearted show like comedies circa 2005-2010, or when “30 Rock” & “The Office” were in their prime.

Words by Elliott Layland March 24, 2015
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