Check out our highlights for the latest movies and TV shows to watch on SBS On Demand, Disney+, Netflix, Stan, Prime Video, Paramount+, BINGE, Foxtel Now and more, streaming this month on Telstra TV.

Telstra TV Box Office

Downton Abbey: A New Era (Available now): When Grandmama Violet mysteriously inherits a palatial villa on the French Riviera, the Crawley family set off to find out more. While they’re away, Lady Mary rents Downton out to a silent film crew with a star-studded cast in tow.

Father Stu (Available now): Mark Wahlberg leads this Express Release based on the true story of a troublemaking amateur fighter, who sees the light after being injured in a horrendous car accident and decides to join the priesthood.

Men (14 July): In this twisted horror, Harper (Jessie Buckley) moves to a quiet country town following the death of her abusive husband. But instead of escaping her trauma, she’s tormented by the male villagers, all of whom creepily resemble the same man (Rory Kinnear).

SBS On Demand

Tour de France & Tour de France Femmes (1-31 July): Join the world’s greatest cyclists live and on-demand as they take on the most prestigious race of the season – this year including the inaugural women’s competition, the Tour de France Femmes.


Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Now streaming): Criss-crossing the mind-bending alternate realities of the Multiverse, Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) faces down numerous adversaries including The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and several versions of himself.

Under The Banner of Heaven (Now streaming): Inspired by the true-crime bestseller by Jon Krakauer, Andrew Garfield stars as a Utah detective investigating the shocking murders of a mother and child, seemingly linked to her extended family’s fundamentalist beliefs.

The Bob’s Burgers Movie (13 July): When a sinkhole opens up right in front of their already struggling restaurant, the Belchers find themselves on the brink of financial ruin. But with their kids embarking on an adventure to solve a local crime, the reward could be just what they need to save the day.


The Gray Man (22 July): Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas star in this action-packed thriller that follows a former CIA hitman being hunted down by his old colleagues after unintentionally uncovering the agency’s deepest, darkest secrets.

Stranger Things 4 (Now streaming): Volume 2 of the eagerly-awaited fourth season is now streaming, culminating in an epic feature-length finale. As Eleven works to regain her powers, the Hawkins gang must escape the Upside Down while Joyce and Murray flee Russia.

The Sea Beast (8 July): From the creator of Moana and Big Hero Six, this animated adventure follows famed monster hunter Jacob Holland (Karl Urban) as he teams up with young stowaway Maisie Brumble (Zaris-Angel Hator) to explore the seas and battle the beasts beneath.

Prime Video

The Terminal List (Now streaming): Chris Pratt plays Navy SEAL James Reece, whose entire squad is killed during an undercover mission. Facing the blame and fighting to get to the truth of what really went down, he uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than he ever could have imagined.

Paper Girls (29 July): Based on the popular comic book series, this sci-fi adventure follows four teenagers from 1988 who get caught up in a time-travel conflict and are transported to 2019. With the help of their adult selves, they must come to terms with their fate and save the future of the planet.

Anything’s Possible (22 July): When high schoolers Kelsa (Eva Reign) and Khal (Abubakr Ali) are partnered up in art class, a romance between them begins to blossom in this trans coming-of-age story from director Billy Porter.


A Stan Original Film Nude Tuesday (7 July): Choose your own linguistic adventure in this madcap comedy starring Damon Herriman, Jemaine Clement and Jackie van Beek – with three different subtitle tracks to accompany this faux-foreign film set within a sensual couples retreat.

Better Call Saul (12 July): Get set for a thrilling end to this climactic final season, as Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) once again come face-to-face with Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) in his war against Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).

Everything I Know About Love (Now streaming): Flatmates and best pals Maggie (Emma Appleton) and Birdy (Bel Powley) start to see cracks forming in their relationship after Birdy begins dating, in this series from the producers of Love Actually and Bridget Jones’ Diary.


The Secrets She Keeps (12 July): Season two of this gripping Australian psychological thriller is set two years after the kidnapping of baby Ben, with secrets still threatening to further unravel the lives of Meghan Shaughnessy (Jessica De Gouw) and Agatha Fyfle (Laura Carmichael).

All Star Shore (Now streaming): Fourteen of the world’s most popular reality stars from Jersey Shore, Geordie Shore, Love Island, The Bachelorette and TOWIE shack up together in the Canary Islands to play party games, stir the pot and take home the ultimate cash prize.

Couples Therapy (26 July): Listen in on the real-life therapy sessions of Australian couples in this acclaimed docuseries, as participants open up about their most intimate emotions and confront complicated relationship issues with the help of professional therapists.


Westworld (Now streaming): The battle against humans and machines deepens in season four, with Evan Rachel Wood returning as a new narrative-writing character Christina, Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) being forced out of hiding and the Man in Black (Ed Harris) plotting even more sinister schemes.

What We Do In The Shadows (13 July): Season 4 of this supernatural satire series sees the Staten Island vampire roommates return, with Baby Colin growing up so fast and now Nandor (Kayvan Novak) hitting the clubs in search of a bride.

Game of Thrones (Now streaming): Prepare yourself for the much-anticipated epic prequel series, The House of the Dragon – coming next month, by bingeing the entire eight seasons of Game of Thrones, available to stream now on BINGE.

Foxtel Now

The Twelve (Now streaming): In this riveting new Australian crime drama based on the Belgian series of the same name, a jury is tasked with serving justice in a complex murder trial. Starring Sam Neill, Marta Dusseldorp, Kate Mulvany and Brooke Satchwell.

Great Celebrity Bakeoff (18 July): Hosts Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding are joined by celebrity bakers Louis Theroux, Jenny Eclair, Russell Howard and Ovie Soko among others as they compete to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.

Spider-Man: No Way Home (16 July): After Spider-Man’s identity is exposed, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) convinces Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to help restore his secret. Unfortunately, it doesn’t go to plan and they accidentally unleash the worst villains in the world.

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