Stay in this weekend and escape with some of the best new entertainment available now on Telstra TV.

Janet and Ryan from the Telstra TV team share their top picks to stream this month on Telstra TV.

Jumanji: The Next Level (Telstra TV Box Office)

Jumanji The Next Level on Telstra TV

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson returns for the game-changing new sequel, JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. When Spencer lands himself back in the game, his friends and former players Fridge, Martha and Bethany dive back in to save him. Only this time, Spencer’s grandpa and his pal Milo get sucked into the game too. To escape JUMANJI, they’ll need to brave a whole new world – filled with lands and creatures more dangerous than anything they’ve encountered before. And when the broken game starts fighting back, the difficulty escalates to an impossible new level.

Ozark (Netflix)

Ozark on Telstra TV

Emmy Winners Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and Julia Garner are back for an intensely thrilling third season of OZARK, streaming now on Netflix. We pick up six months after the last season ended, with Marty and Wendy’s money-laundering riverboat casino – the Missouri Belle – now fully operational. But their obligations to the cartel continue to put a strain on their marriage, with Wendy arguing to expand the empire – while Marty fights to keep the family safe. How will it end when the pair can’t see eye to eye? Stream all episodes this Friday 27 March on Netflix.

Westworld (Foxtel Now)

Westworld on Telstra TV

Back for a monumental third season this month is WESTWORLD, streaming weekly on Foxtel Now. After her cunning escape from the park last season, Delores (played by Evan Rachel Wood) ventures into the real world of 2058. Discovering the people in it are dominated by a powerful artificial intelligence owned by a company called Incite, Delores cosies-up to its young CEO (John Gallagher Jr) to gain access. But when things go wrong and she’s left for dead, a construction worker named Caleb (Aaron Paul) comes to her aid. Meanwhile, Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) evades capture for supposedly engineering the park’s massacre – while Maeve (Thandie Newton) awakens in a new park, themed after the second World War.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians (hayu)

Keeping Up With The Kardashians on Telstra TV

The drama continues as the world’s most famous family returns for Season 18 of KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS, streaming the same day as the US from 27 March on hayu. Tensions are running high as Kourtney clashes with her sisters, leading to a shocking blow-up that could spell disaster for the entire family. Prepare yourself for over-the-top parties, cheeky elaborate pranks, plenty of parenting headaches – and a Christmas conflict that could put someone on Santa’s naughty list. But it’s Kim’s heartfelt campaign against the execution of a potentially innocent man that will bring all of the emotion to a dramatic climax.

Black Monday (Stan)

Black Monday on Telstra TV

High-flying, fast-talking, laugh-out-loud comedy series BLACK MONDAY is back for an outrageously dark second season this month, only on Stan. From Executive Producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, season one took us on an insane ride into the catastrophic Black Monday Wall Street collapse of 1987. This season focuses on the fallout. Hot-shot traders Mo, played by Don Cheadle, and Keith, played by Paul Scheer, are now on the run, forced to hide out from the Feds for their involvement in the crash. Meanwhile, Dawn is taking on the boys’ club and taking charge of the Jammer Group – while Blair and Tiff crank up their cutthroat plot for market domination.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 20 March:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Telstra TV Box Office)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Telstra TV Box Office) - Telstra TV

Strap in for an exhilarating conclusion to the Skywalker Saga with STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER available fresh from the cinema on Telstra TV Box Office. Produced, directed and co-written by sci-fi action auteur J. J. Abrams, the latest in the sequel trilogy picks up a year after the events of 2017’s Episode VIII when it’s revealed Emperor Palpatine (played by Ian McDiarmid) survived his apparent death. Now Rey (Daisy Ridley), Poe (Oscar Isaac), Finn (John Boyega), Chewbacca, BB-8, and C-3PO are in a race against time to locate the Sith Lord and put a stop to the First Order’s plot to build a new Empire, led by its new Supreme Leader Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). Packed with plenty of nostalgia for the fans, incredible visual effects and a stirring score from John Williams, this fun-filled final adventure is sure to satisfy.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness (Netflix)

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness (Netflix) - Telstra TV

True-crime fans are in for a twisted treat this week with all seven episodes of TIGER KING: MURDER, MAYHEM AND MADNESS streaming from Friday 20 March on Netflix. Filmed over five years, this absorbing and unbelievably bizarre documentary series centres on 57-year old Oklahoma man Joe Exotic – an outlandish mullet-adorned private zookeeper, tiger breeder, polygamist, aspiring country music star and 2016 Presidential candidate. And if that’s not quite enough to hook you, there’s also a bitter ongoing feud with a rival animal park owner trying to put him out of business – one that ends with Joe being jailed for conspiracy to murder her. “Stranger-than-fiction” doesn’t do this series anywhere near the justice it deserves, with a cast that expands to include cult leaders, con artists and drug lords – all lured into the exotic and dangerous world of big cats.

The Capture (ABC iview)

The Capture (ABC iview) - Telstra TV

For an intelligently intriguing spy mystery miniseries, check out THE CAPTURE – streaming from 8:30pm this Friday 20 March on ABC iview. When British soldier Shaun Emery (played by Callum Turner) narrowly escapes a murder conviction due to questions about the reliability of the case’s video evidence, he understandably heads out to celebrate. But after his solicitor goes missing and video footage emerges of him abducting her, he insists it must have been fabricated. It’s a defense that seems too far-fetched until newly promoted detective Rachel Carey (Holliday Grainger) is assigned to the case and uses her background with the Intelligence Service to uncover a frightening conspiracy that could have far-reaching consequences.

Grey’s Anatomy (7plus, Telstra TV Box Office)

Grey’s Anatomy (7plus, Telstra TV Box Office) - Telstra TV

The team at Grey-Sloan are back for a dramatic sixteenth season in GREY’S ANATOMY – with a double-episode premiere available now on 7plus and Telstra TV Box Office. After Meredith (played by Ellen Pompeo), Richard (James Pickens Jr.) and Alex (Justin Chambers) were fired at the end of last season for insurance fraud, they’re now forced to deal with the repercussions. With Meredith coming forward and admitting to her part in the scam, Andrew (Giacomo Gianniotti) has his charges dropped. But it could spell the end of Meredith’s medical career, with her license now at risk of being revoked. Meanwhile, Jackson and Maggie survive their ill-fated camping trip – although their relationship might not have.

Find out more about the new Telstra TV* and discover more of what you love.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 13 March:

Playing with Fire (Telstra TV Box Office)

Playing with Fire (Telstra TV Box Office) - Telstra TV

Just in time for your family movie night in is the hysterically funny, PLAYING WITH FIRE – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. John Cena stars as Jake “Supe” Carson, a laser-focused superintendent firefighter who understandably takes his job very seriously. Along with his team of highly-trained smokejumpers, played by Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane, their job is to fly rescue missions into some of California’s most dangerous bushfires. After they’re called to save three stranded kids in a burning cabin, they find themselves stuck babysitting until the parents are located. But pretty soon, the siblings Brynn, Will and Zoey completely take over the fire station – and the guys find themselves hilariously out of their depth.

The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team (Amazon Prime Video)

The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team (Amazon Prime Video) - Telstra TV

Go behind the scenes with the Australian Men’s Cricket Team following the “Sandpapergate” scandal of 2018 in the eight-part documentary series, THE TEST: A NEW ERA FOR AUSTRALIA’S TEAM – streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. The series begins immediately after the shock of the ball-tampering incident in South Africa – and follows the team as they welcome new coach Justin Langer to guide them on their long, difficult journey to win back the respect of their fans, opposing teams and the cricket world at large. Through a series of interviews with players and commentators, we learn how the team dealt with the public backlash, while training with new teammates to rebuild their reputation and go on to battle England for the 2019 Ashes.

Breeders (Foxtel Now)

Breeders (Foxtel Now) - Telstra TV

New to Foxtel Now this week is the charmingly chaotic British parenting comedy, BREEDERS. Martin Freeman (Fargo, Sherlock) and Daisy Haggard (Back to Life) play Paul and Ally Worsley, parents to perpetually messy, naggy youngins Luke and Ava – who they absolutely love to bits, but who also often leave the once loved-up pair feeling slightly unhinged. Offering a biting yet honest look into how absolutely complicated and exhausting it can be to juggle kids, full-time careers and needy parents of their own – played by Michael McKean, Alun Armstrong and Joanna Bacon – this intelligently written series is about as funny as it is relentlessly spot-on.

Find out more about the new Telstra TV* and discover more of what you love.

*Telstra TV: Requires a compatible TV with HDMI port. A minimum internet speed of 3.5mbps is recommended. Antenna required to access free to air channels in your area. Subscription and data charges apply. Search not available across all apps.

Our favourites streaming for the week of 6 March:

Frozen II (Telstra TV Box Office)

Frozen II (Telstra TV Box Office)

Join Elsa and Anna as they embark on another magical, musical adventure in FROZEN II – available fresh from the cinema on Telstra TV Box Office. Everything seems perfect in the kingdom of Arendelle, but its Snow Queen Elsa is troubled by a siren song only she can hear, calling out to her in the night. Following the voice, she unintentionally awakens the spirits of the Enchanted Forest – putting Arendelle and its people in danger. Along with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, Elsa and the gang set off into the unknown – to uncover the truth about their kingdom’s past, the source of Elsa’s powers and the importance of caring for each other and the world around us.

Better Call Saul (Stan)

Better Call Saul (Stan) - Telstra TV

Jimmy McGill, the lovable lawyer with a gift for grifting, is back with the highly-anticipated season return of BETTER CALL SAUL – streaming first on Stan, the same day as the US. Played by three-time Golden Globe nominee Bob Odenkirk, Jimmy scams his way back into the courtroom, leaning all the way into his shady ways and finally beginning to practise law under the name “Saul Goodman”. But as he wades deeper into the criminal underworld, his actions have dramatic and far-reaching consequences for those closest to him. Fan favourite from Breaking Bad, Dean Norris, reprises his role as DEA Agent Hank Schrader alongside his partner in crime-stopping Steve Gomez, played by Steven Michael Quezada. Is this the season we see the worlds of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul collide?

Outlander (Foxtel Now)

Outlander (Foxtel Now) - Telstra TV

Claire and Jamie continue their romance-for-the-ages in the epic time-travelling saga, OUTLANDER – back for season five this month on Foxtel Now. After last season’s shocking finale, the Frasers now find themselves preparing for the outbreak of the American revolutionary war. Living in a British colony, Jamie is sworn to defend the Crown – a dangerous fight his wife and daughter already know cannot be won. And as the war leads to casualties, Claire struggles to hide her knowledge of modern medicine. While her daughter Brianna and husband Roger must choose whether to remain in the 18th century or retreat to the safety of the 1970s.

Altered Carbon (Netflix)

Altered Carbon (Netflix) - Telstra TV

Strap in for a thrilling second season of the dystopian sci-fi mystery, ALTERED CARBON – with all eight episodes available to stream now on Netflix. Set in a distant future where our minds can be digitised and loaded into new bodies, the series follows detective and former mercenary Takeshi Kovacs – this season played by Anthony Mackie – as he continues the search for his former leader and partner, Quellcrist Falconer – played by Renée Elise Goldsberry. After many years spent travelling the galaxy, he’s tasked with investigating a string of murders on his home planet – where he soon discovers his work and personal interests could overlap. But he’ll need to choose his allies carefully if he’s going to outsmart his enemies and uncover the truth about Quell.

Voice Control on Telstra TV

Voice Control on Telstra TV

Step up your TV game and discover the power of your voice with the new Telstra TV voice control. With just a press of the microphone button on your Telstra TV enhanced remote or the microphone button on the remote screen of your Telstra TV mobile app, you can ask your Telstra TV to search and play movies and TV shows across all of your favourite apps, in only seconds. For example, try saying “Game of Thrones, Season 4”. You can also use voice control to open streaming apps or change live TV channels. Just press the microphone button and say “Open Stan” or “Switch to Channel 7”. Try the all-new Telstra TV voice control today! Available on the Telstra TV enhanced remote and the Telstra TV mobile app for iOS and Android.