Here is the Netflix SA full content library

Here is what SA viewers can access from the Netflix library.

By - January 7, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Netflix launched in over 130 countries recently, with South Africa among them.

The streaming service is priced in US dollars, with the South African Netflix plan structure the same as in the United States.

While the SA Netflix might cost the same as in the US, we don’t get the same selection of content.

This is because movies and TV shows typically have to be licensed per region, with the exception of content like Netflix’s newer original programming.

The listings below detail the shows and movies local viewers will be able to watch on the service.


TV Shows on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA TV Shows


Action and Adventure movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Action


Children and Family movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Children


Drama movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Drama


Documentaries on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Documentaries


Horror movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Horror


Independent movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Independent


Romance movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Romance


Sci-Fi and Fantasy movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Sci-Fi


Thriller movies on Netflix ZA

Netflix ZA Movies - Thrillers


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