NETFLIX Australia: MAY 2024 Release Schedule (With Trailers)


Here’s the complete release schedule of everything hitting NETFLIX Australia throughout the month of MAY 2024. We’ve also included the trailers that have been made available!

After more Australian streaming release schedules? Also check out the MAY line-ups for DISNEY+, PRIME VIDEO, STAN, SHUDDER, and BRITBOX 

Netflix note: All titles and dates are subject to change.


  • Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar

(India) The scheming Mallikajaan rules over an elite house of courtesans — but a new rival threatens her reign as rebellion brews in British-ruled India.

  • Frankly Speaking

(South Korea) A well-respected announcer suddenly loses his ability to self-censor on air, catching the attention of a TV writer who invites him on her variety show.

  • Down The Rabbit Hole

(Mexico) Raised in opulence and culture, 10-year-old Tochtli’s lavish life contrasts with the darkness that seeps in from his father’s criminal activities.

  • Deaw Special: Super Soft Power

(Thailand) From an all-star soccer game to awkward dating problems, Thai comic Udom Taephanich shares candid stories from his chaotic life.

  • Justice League: Warworld

(United States) Trapped on a world fractured by constant combat, Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman must band together to save themselves and the planet.

  • Mortal Kombat Legends: Cage Match

(United States) Searching for his missing co-star, ’80s action hero Johnny Cage finds himself battling a legion of diabolical assassins bent on destroying Los Angeles.

  • Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie

(Japan) A despondent high school student enrolls in Jujutsu High so he can break the violent curse haunting him, in this prequel to the “Jujutsu Kaisen” series.


  • A Man in Full

(United States) Facing relentless foes and sudden bankruptcy, an Atlanta real estate tycoon must claw his way back to the top when his empire begins to crumble.

  • Beautiful Rebel

(Italy) The origin story of one of Italy’s greatest rock stars, Gianna Nannini, who chased her dream despite obstacles from her family and the music industry.

  • Secrets of the Neanderthals

(Great Britain) This documentary delves into the mysteries surrounding the Neanderthals and what their fossil record tells us about their lives and disappearance.

  • T・P BON

(Japan) After Bon accidentally intervenes in a Time Patrol case, he must join Agent Ream in saving innocent lives from the past — while watching history unfold.


  • The Unbroken Voice: Season 2

(Colombia) As her career takes off, Arelys struggles to balance her music and her family life as dangerous new foes threaten to destroy everything.

  • Postcards

(Nigeria) When a Nigerian single mother travels to India for a medical checkup, her journey will end up touching the lives of everyone she meets.

  • Selling the OC: Season 3

(United States) The ambitious agents at The Oppenheim Group attempt to up their real estate game as more personal drama interferes with major professional endeavors.

  • Unfrosted

(United States) In a time when milk and cereal ruled breakfast, a fierce corporate battle begins over a revolutionary new pastry. A Pop-Tart comedy from Jerry Seinfeld.

  • John Mulaney Presents: Everybody’s In L.A

(United States) In six live installments, John Mulaney explores Los Angeles during a week when pretty much every single funny person is in town.


  • Katt Williams: Woke Foke

(United States) Comedian Katt Williams lets loose in real time as he hits the stage on May 4 for Netflix’s second livestreamed stand-up event.


  • The Atypical Family

(South Korea) Blessed with superpowers, a man and his family begin to lose their abilities under the weight of the world — until a mysterious woman changes everything.

  • Roast of Tom Brady

(United States) Tom Brady will take the hits when sports and comedy stars team up to roast the greatest NFL quarterback of all time.


  • Super Rich in Korea

(South Korea) Singaporean tycoons, Italian luxury brand heirs, and Pakistani nobles. Explore the lavish lives of multibillionaires living in Korea, and why they came.

  • After Ever Happy

(United States) Tessa and Hardin love each other beyond reason. But when shocking revelations and a tragic loss push them to the brink, can their relationship survive?

  • Fall

United States Two friends fight to survive against punishing odds after a daring climb up a radio tower in the desert leaves them trapped 2,000 feet in the air.


  • The Final: Attack on Wembley

(Great Britain) With England finally in contention for a major championship, 6,000 ticketless football fans storm Wembley Stadium, leaving destruction in their wake.

(United States) When an identity crisis clouds her sunny life, Barbie visits the real world and discovers the challenges of just being a woman — or just being a Ken.


  • Thank You, Next

(Turkey) After a painful breakup, a young lawyer sets out to find true love in the confusing world of modern dating with the support of her best friends.

  • Bodkin

(United States) In this darkly comedic thriller, a crew of podcasters sets out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic Irish town.

  • Mother of The Bride

(United States) In this breezy rom-com, a tropical island wedding teeters on the brink of disaster after the mother of the bride discovers the groom’s father is her ex.

  • The Guardian of the Monarchs

(Mexico) The forests of Michoacán are home to millions of monarch butterflies. Activist Homero Gómez was highly vocal about its preservation – and then he vanished.

10 MAY

  • The Ultimatum: South Africa

(South Africa) A six-way partner-swap sparks wild attractions and tearful betrayals. Participants choose whom to love and leave in this heart-pounding experiment.

  • Cooking Up Murder: Uncovering the Story of César Román

(Spain) This docuseries analyzes a murder case implicating a Spanish chef, who built a career in the spotlight through a web of secrets and false identities.

  • Living with Leopards

(Great Britain) A film crew follows two leopard cubs as they make the fascinating journey from infancy into adulthood in this up-close-and-personal nature documentary.

  • Pokémon Horizons: The Series Part 2

Japan The Rising Volt Tacklers continue their daring quest to find the black Rayquaza, with Liko and Roy upping their skills at every twist and turn!

  • Blood of Zeus: Season 2

United States To escape the Underworld forever, Hades crafts a plan to claim Zeus’s crown for himself and reunite with his beloved Persephone as ruler of Olympus.

11 MAY

  • Mark Twain Prize Award: Kevin Hart

(United States) Comedy’s biggest stars gather to honor — and roast — Kevin Hart as he accepts the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in a heartfelt, hilarious ceremony.

13 MAY

  • Princess Power: Season 3

(United States) After their coronation, the princesses have a new challenge: getting accepted to the Princess Adventure Academy! But first they must complete six quests.

15 MAY

  • Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal

(Great Britain) When a dating site for people seeking adulterous affairs is hacked, millions of users’ intimate data is exposed, wrecking marriages and destroying lives.

16 MAY

  • Maestro in Blue: Season 2

(Greece) The consequences of a murder soon spread from the island of Paxos to Athens, forcing everyone to face their secrets and seek the truth — or hide it.

  • Bridgerton: Season 3 Part 1

(United States) As a new crop of debutantes yearns to become the brightest of the ball, a wallflower with a double life finds her light amid secrets and surprises.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (Extended Version)

(United States) When his identity is exposed, Spider-Man turns to Doctor Strange for help in this extended edition featuring deleted footage and a special introduction.

  • Smile

(United States) A psychiatrist’s life unravels when a disturbing encounter with a patient exposes her to a relentless evil presence marked by a terrifying grin.

  • Monster

(Indonesia) After being abducted and taken to a desolate house, a girl sets out to rescue her friend and escape from their malicious kidnapper.

17 MAY

  • The 8 Show

(South Korea) Eight individuals trapped in a mysterious 8-story building participate in a tempting but dangerous game show where they earn money as time passes.

  • Power

(United States) Delve into the untold history of American policing in this thought-provoking documentary that asks, “Who is more powerful: the people — or the police?”

  • Thelma the Unicorn

(United States) A singing pony who dreams of stardom finds instant fame when she transforms into a sparkly unicorn — but becoming a celebrity is one wild ride.

  • Chaos Walking

(United States) On a planet of men who can hear each other’s thoughts, a colonist stumbles upon a dangerous mystery: a woman whose thoughts are her own.

18 MAY

  • Below Deck Sailing Yacht: Season 1

(United States) The superyacht Parsifal III sets sail with a colorful new crew as they navigate high winds, hookups and more at sea in this spinoff of the hit franchise.

19 MAY

  • Golden Kamuy

(Japan) On the Hokkaido frontier, a war veteran and Ainu girl race against misfits and military renegades to find treasure mapped out on tattooed outlaws.

21 MAY

  • Rachel Feinstein: Big Guy

(United States) From her firefighter husband’s unflattering pet name to her mom’s aggressive accessorizing, Rachel Feinstein lets loose in this stand-up comedy special.

22 MAY

  • Buying London

(Great Britain) Follow luxury estate agent Daniel Daggers and team as they navigate London’s super prime market, where the drama is as jaw-dropping as the price tags.

  • Toughest Forces on Earth

(Great Britain) This docu-series surveys military combat forces across the world to see how they train for dangerous missions using specialized equipment.

23 MAY

  • Tires

(United States) At his father’s auto shop, a hapless manager strives to improve customer service and drive profits while keeping his troublemaking cousin in line.

  • In Good Hands 2

(Turkey) A newly reunited father and son grapple with new beginnings after tragedy, but can they manage to fill the void left by a beloved mother and wife?

  • Franco Escamilla: Ladies’ Man

(Mexico) Franco Escamilla takes the stage with tales of teenage romance gone wrong, featuring painfully long kisses and rockstar cameos with surprising outcomes.

  • Illusions for Sale: The Rise and Fall of Generación Zoe 

(Argentina) This documentary follows the rise and fall of Generation Zoe, a spiritual coaching network hiding the most unusual scam in Argentina’s history.

  • Garouden: The Way of the Lone Wolf

(Japan) On the run from a past crime, Juzo Fujimaki is blackmailed into joining an illicit tournament and has to face top martial artists in deadly match-ups.

24 MAY

  • Mulligan: Part 2

(United States) Mulligan and his cabinet work together to keep what’s left of America afloat while battling cruise ships, power outages and their own incompetence.

  • Atlas

(United States) A brilliant but misanthropic data analyst (Jennifer Lopez) with a deep distrust of AI finds it may be her only hope when a mission to capture a renegade robot goes awry.

  • Jurassic World: Chaos Theory

(United States) The Camp Cretaceous gang comes together to unravel a mystery when they discover a global conspiracy that brings danger to dinosaurs — and to themselves.

  • My Oni Girl

(Japan) A shy teenage boy’s inability to say no is tested when a headstrong girl drags him on a mystical journey amid summer snow to find her missing mom.

29 MAY

  • Bionic

(Brazil) In a dystopian future where robotic prosthetics redefine sports, two sisters compete in long jump — but their rivalry leads them down a sinister path.

  • Colors of Evil: Red

(Poland) A chilling murder at a Tri-City beach exposes a criminal underworld, testing the courage of a prosecutor and a grieving mother seeking answers.

  • Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult

(United States) A group of prominent TikTok dancers are trapped in a cult masquerading as a management company called 7M. Among them is Miranda Wilking, whose family is desperately trying to get their daughter out. As other dancers and former members escape and work to rebuild their lives, it isn’t until they come together to try and put a stop to the cycle of their abuser that the real healing begins. This three part documentary series from director Derek Doneen, Dirty Robber and WV Alternative exposes the diabolical tactics used by cult-like organizations to exert control over people as well as the lengths families will go to keep their loved ones safe.

30 MAY

  • Eric

(Great Britain) A desperate father, alongside a tenacious cop, battles his own demons on the streets of 1980s New York as he searches for his missing nine-year-old son.

  • Geek Girl

(Great Britain) Awkward teen Harriet has always wanted to fit in. Until she gets scouted by a top London model agent and learns that some people are meant to stand out.

31 MAY

  • How to Ruin Love: The Proposal

(South Africa) Suspecting infidelity, love-cynic Zoleka follows her boyfriend to Cape Town, only to ruin her own surprise proposal. Now, she must win him back.

  • Raising Voices

(Spain) When a 17-year-old reports a sexual assault at her high school, an investigation upends her life and tests her relationships.

  • A Part of You

(Sweden) A teenager struggles to pick up the pieces of her shattered world in this emotional and bittersweet coming-of-age drama about those who are left behind.

  • Tòkunbọ̀

(Nigeria) Tokunbo, an ex-car smuggler, is on a dangerous mission to save his family by delivering a government official’s daughter to her captors.

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s

(United States) After accepting a night job at an infamous, shuttered children’s restaurant, a struggling security guard must survive its band of possessed animatronics.


  • The Life You Wanted

(Italy) Gloria is finally happy after transitioning and settling down — until a longtime friend reappears with disrupting news and throws her world into chaos.