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What to stream in June 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn June 3, 2022

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

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The Lost City (1 June): Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum star in this rollicking adventure about a romance writer and her smitten cover model, who are abducted by an obsessed billionaire (Daniel Radcliffe) to help find the fabled treasure at the heart of her latest novel.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (7 June): When Nicolas Cage is offered a million dollars to show up at the birthday party of an alleged arms-dealing admirer (Pedro Pascal), the CIA recruit the movie star on a mission to infiltrate his compound and rescue a kidnapped girl.

The Northman (Coming Soon): Based on Norse mythology, Alexander Skarsgård plays Amleth, a viking on a life-long quest to avenge the murder of his father King Aurvandill (Ethan Hawke) and the capture of his mother (Nicole Kidman) by his uncle Fjölnir (Claes Bang).

SBS On Demand

The Orville: New Horizons (3 June): Seth MacFarlane returns as Captain Ed Mercer in the third season of this much-loved Star Trek inspired dramedy series, leading the crew of the USS Orville to explore the expanses of space as well as their own complex relationships with each other.


Westworld (27 June): Returning for its much-anticipated fourth season, this darkly dystopian drama set in the not-too-distant future continues to explore what it means to be human in a world where artificial intelligence challenges our place in the technocratic food chain.

Irma Vep (7 June): Cinephiles will enjoy this satirical series starring Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander as an American actress famous for starring in superhero movies, who is cast in an arthouse remake of the classic silent French thriller, Les Vampires.

Alone (9 June): In the ninth season of this extreme reality contest series, ten solo “survivalists” brave the treacherous snow, storms and wildlife of Labrador, Canada to build their own shelter, hunt for food and outlast their fellow competitors for a chance to win $500,000.

Prime Video

The Boys (3 June): Back for season three, Butcher, Hughie and The Boys continue their quest to bring down Homelander and expose the corrupt superhero squad, The Seven – this time with the help of a formula that can turn mere mortals into Supes to level the playing field.

The Summer I Turned Pretty (17 June): Based on the bestselling novel by Jenny Han, the author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, this series sees sixteen year old Belly (Lola Tung) forced to choose between the love of two childhood friends, brothers Conrad and Jeremiah.

Chloe (24 June): In this psychological thriller-mystery series, Instagram-obsessed outsider Becky (Erin Doherty) manipulates her way into the lives of a close-knit group of friends after one of them, Chloe Fairbourne, seemingly takes her own life.


South Park: The Streaming Wars (2 June): Colorado’s foul-mouthed fourth graders Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny are back in this third feature-length episode from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, to face down an existential threat that could destroy South Park’s future.

Jerry & Marge: Go Large (18 June): Bryan Cranston and Annette Benning star in the incredible true story of a small town retired couple who, through the use of basic arithmetic, were able to exploit a loophole in the Massachusetts state lottery to win millions.

Evil (13 June): Supernatural detectives Kristen (Katja Herbers), David (Mike Colter) and Ben (Aasif Mandvi) return for an devilishly unsettling third season, weighing up religion, science and scepticism as they investigate reports of demonic phenomena on behalf of the church.

Foxtel Now

The Twelve (21 June): Sam Neill, Marta Dusseldorp, Kate Mulvany and Brooke Satchwell star in this captivating new Australian crime series that follows the courtroom drama of a complicated murder trial, as seen from the persective of the jury members.

Father of the Bride (16 June): In this modern-day remake, Andy García plays the titular role, coming to terms with daddy’s girl Sofia (Adria Arjona) growing up and proposing to her fiance, while struggling with his own impending divorce to wife Ingrid (Gloria Estefan).

Muhammad Ali: A Film By Ken Burns (9 June): Award-winning documentarian Ken Burns delves into the life of the inspirational boxing champion, in this critically acclaimed four-part documentary brought to life through archival footage and iconic photographs.


Everything I Know About Love (8 June): From the producers of Bridget Jones’ Diary and Love Actually, the series follows long-time besties and flatmates Birdy (Bel Powley) and Maggie (Emma Appleton), whose friendship begins to falter when Birdy starts dating.

Queer As Folk (10 June): The groundbreaking series is reimagined with an even more diverse cast better representing today’s LGBTQIA+ community. Now set in New Orleans, our characters are brought together when the show’s infamous Babylon nightclub befalls a tragic attack.

Top Gear (6 June): Paddy, Freddie, Chris and The Stig are back for a death-defying new season of test drives and outlandish stunts. From cop car chases to buggy rides through gator swamps and a souped-up RV road trip, there’s plenty to please every rev-head.


Spiderhead (17 June): Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett star in this sci-fi thriller set in a high-tech prison, where convicts willingly participate in mind-bending pharmaceutical trials in return for reduced sentences.

The Umbrella Academy (22 June): Season 3 sees our time-travelling superhero siblings return to the present, to find themselves in an alternate timeline up against the Sparrow Academy. Can the two squads work together to prevent the destruction of the universe?

Floor Is Lava (3 June): The classic children’s game takes on athletic new heights, as adult competitors contend with a treacherous obstacle course, a giant slippery volcano and a sea of bright red lava for a chance to win $10,000 and a Floor is Lava-lamp trophy.


Pistol (31 May): The story of punk rock pioneers the Sex Pistols is told in this six-part dramatised miniseries, based on the memoir of the band’s founder and guitarist Steve Jones. Starring Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Maisie Williams, Toby Wallace and Sydney Chandler.

Ms Marvel (8 June): Muslim American high schooler Kamala (Iman Vellani) spends her days playing video games, writing fan-fiction and dreaming about having superpowers like her idol Captain Marvel. That is, until her wildest fantasies actually come true.

Only Murders in the Building (28 June): Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez return for a second season as amateur podcasting detectives, this time investigating the case of their building board president’s murder. The only problem is, they’re being accused of the crime!


The Real Housewives of Dubai (2 June): In this brand new series, six extravagantly glamorous socialites live large in one of the world’s richest cities – as they balance running corporate empires, attending opulent events and stirring up drama within their circle of friends.

The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club (24 June): Eight fan-favourite Housewives from across the franchise come together for one unforgettably luxe, drama-laced holiday at Dorinda Medley’s sprawling country manor in The Berkshires.

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What to stream in May 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn May 6, 2022

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

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Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (Coming Soon): A fun-filled adventure for the whole family, this swiftly-paced sequel sees Sonic racing against Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey) and his new partner-in-crime Knuckles the Echidna (voiced by Idris Elba) to locate an emerald with world-destroying power.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (Coming Soon): With the evil wizard Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) plotting to dominate the muggles of the world, Dumbledore (Jude Law) sets in motion a plan for Newt (Eddie Redmayne) and his team to thwart the diabolical scheme.

Morbius (Coming Soon): Jared Leto plays Dr. Michael Morbius who, in an attempt to cure himself and his brother of a fatal blood disease, becomes a living vampire with superhuman skills and a thirst for blood.


The Staircase (Now Streaming): Based on the true-crime documentary series, Colin Firth stars as Michael Peterson who stood trial for murder after his wife Kathleen (Toni Collette) appeared to have been bludgeoned to death at the bottom of their home’s staircase.

The Time Traveler’s Wife (16 May): Theo James stars as Henry, a librarian who suffers from a rare condition that causes him to randomly travel to different times and places in his life – complicating his relationship with his wife, played by Rose Leslie.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (12 May): In this explosive twelfth season, we join the cast vacationing in Aspen and Mexico, Dorit has a frightening home invasion, Erika deals with a difficult divorce, Lisa confronts Erika about her drinking and Kyle finds out what Kathy’s been saying behind her back.


Stranger Things (27 May): Season four of this retro sci-fi series picks up right after 2019’s finale, with high schoolers Eleven and Will returning from the safe distance of California to rejoin their friends in the cursed town of Hawkins and face down a new threat from the frightening underworld of the Upside Down.

Senior Year (13 May): In this comedy film, Australia’s Angourie Rice plays a 17 year old cheerleader who ends up in a coma after a stunt goes horribly wrong. Awaking in hospital 20 years later (and now played by Rebel Wilson), she’s determined to achieve her dream of becoming prom queen.

The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib (19 May): After he’s accused of embezzling, Boss Baby Ted Templeton is forced to hide out with his grown-up brother Tim and nieces Tabitha and Tina. Pretending to be one of Tim’s kids, Ted goes undercover to stop the Uncuddleables from taking down Baby Corp.


Girls5eva (Now Streaming): From executive producer Tina Fey, season two of this offbeat musical comedy sees the downtrodden nineties girl group continuing their comeback with a new record deal. Starring Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Busy Philipps and Paula Pell.

Hacks (13 May): The three-time Emmy Winning series is back for its much-anticipated second season, following trailblazing stand-up comic Deborah Vance (Jean Smart) and her millennial writer Ava (Hannah Einbinder) as they leave Las Vegas to take their show on the road.

Angelyne (20 May): Emmy Rossum stars as the original influencer Angelyne, a mysterious real-life personality who rose to fame during the 1980s in Los Angeles after commissioning a series of racy billboards featuring photographs of herself.


Obi-Wan Kenobi (27 May): Ewan McGregor returns as Obi-Wan in this six-part limited series, watching over a young Luke Skywalker on Tatooine following his former apprentice (Hayden Christensen) succumbing to the dark side. Also starring Joel Edgerton and Bonnie Piesse.

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (20 May): It’s been over thirty years since their detective agency TV show ended, but now chipmunk brothers Chip (voiced by John Mulaney) and Dale (Andy Sandberg) are back on the case for real when one of their former castmates vanishes.

The Dropout (Now Streaming): In this critically acclaimed true-crime drama, Amanda Seyfried plays aspiring young inventor Elizabeth Holmes who sought to revolutionise the blood testing industry, but instead risked the health of millions of patients through an elaborate fraud.

Prime Video

The Wilds (Now Streaming): Back for a thrilling second season, the series continues the survival stories of a group of teenage girls marooned on a desert island following a plane crash, staged as part of a twisted Lord of the Flies-style experiment monitored by researcher Gretchen Klein (Rachel Griffiths).

Conversations with Friends (16 May): Adapted from the debut novel by Sally Rooney, the author behind the hit series Normal People, the series follows college friends and former lovers Frances and Bobbi, who become intimately involved with an enchanting married couple.

Bosch: Legacy (Now Streaming): Titus Welliver reprises his role as Harry Bosch, the now former LAPD detective embarking on a new career as a private eye. Teaming up with former rival Honey Chandler, the pair are determined to bring down their common enemy Carl Rogers after he evaded prosecution.


Superpumped: The Battle for Uber (12 May): Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Uma Thurman, and Kyle Chandler star in the gripping origin story of Uber. Told from the viewpoint of the company’s founder Travis Kalanick, the series follows his ego-driven climb to the top, before being ousted by his investors and colleagues.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (Now Streaming): In this spin-off series of Star Trek: Discovery set before the events of the original Star Trek series, Captain Pike (Anson Mount) returns to helm the USS Enterprise alongside crew members Spock (Ethan Peck) and Number One (Rebecca Romijn).

PAW Patrol: The Movie (Now Streaming): With havoc breaking out across Adventure City thanks to its new mayor Humdinger, Ryder and his crew of heroic pups will need to take on their arch nemesis and save the day before everything is destroyed.

Foxtel Now

The Repair Shop Australia (Now Streaming): In this heartwarming reality show based on the popular British series, everyday Australians entrust their most prized lifelong possessions and treasured family heirlooms to a team of expert craftspeople tasked with restoring them to their former glory.

The Suicide Squad (7 May): The world’s baddest super-villains are assembled to eliminate a threat even greater than themselves, when the sinister Project Starfish throws the fate of the world into peril. Starring Joel Kinnaman, Idris Elba, John Cena, Jai Courtney and Margot Robbie.

Grand Designs Australia (Now Streaming): Returning for a sensational tenth season, host Peter Maddison joins passionate home builders and renovators from across the country as they tackle a variety of uniquely ambitious architectural projects amidst difficult setbacks, mounting budgets and various market pressures.

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What to stream in March 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn March 4, 2022

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

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Spider-Man: No Way Home (23 March): After Spider-Man’s secret identity is revealed to the world, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) asks Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help concealing it – only to unleash the world’s worst villains in the process.

Scream (Express Release: Available now): Ghostface is back in town, terrorising Woodsboro twenty-five years after the original attacks – and now his newest victims are turning to Sidney (Neve Campbell), Dewey (David Arquette) and Gale (Courteney Cox) for survival tips.

House of Gucci (Available now): In this unbelievably madcap true story of love and revenge, Lady Gaga plays an ambitious outsider who marries into the Gucci fashion family portrayed by Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons and Jared Leto.


Turning Red (11 March): Growing up isn’t easy, especially for thirteen year old Meilin Lee (Rosalie Chiang). Not only does she have to deal with her overprotective mother (Sandra Oh), she’s also prone to transforming into a giant red panda when she gets overly emotional.

West Side Story (Now streaming): From director Steven Spielberg comes a lavish new remake of the much-loved musical, where young Tony (Ansel Elgort) and Maria (Rachel Zegler) fall in love despite their allegiances to rival gangs in 1950s New York City.

Moon Knight (30 March): In this brand new Marvel Studios series, Oscar Isaac plays a quiet museum gift-shop clerk by day, who dreams of a masked vigilante by night. When it turns out his visions are real, he must embrace both sides of his identity to solve a powerful mystery.

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Byron Baes (9 March): A brand new eight-part Australian reality series that follows a close group of friends as they pursue their dreams, fall in love and live large in the stunning beachside oasis that is Byron Bay.

Bridgerton (25 March): The much-anticipated second season of this Regency-era romance series looks to be focusing on a potential pairing of eldest Bridgerton sibling Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) with his headstrong rival Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley).

The Adam Project (11 March): Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner and Zoe Saldaña star in this epic sci-fi adventure about a fighter pilot from the future, who travels back in time to 2022 to save the world with the help of his 12 year old self (Walker Scobell).


JOE vs CAROLE (Now streaming): In this comedy-drama series filmed in Queensland and based on the popular 2020 podcast, Kate McKinnon and John Cameron Mitchell play out the vicious real-life feud between infamous big cat fanatics Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin.

A Stan Original Documentary Series Show Me The Money (10 March): Take a behind-the-scenes look into the deals and dramas of the AFL Trade Period, where club managers and player agents hash it out to exchange players and bid for prospective draftees.

The Girl From Plainville (30 March): Inspired by the true-crime manslaughter trial of Michelle Carter (played by Elle Fanning), who encouraged her boyfriend Conrad (Colton Ryan) via text message to take his own life. Also starring Chloë Sevigny and Michael Mosley.


Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty (7 March): HBO’s latest drama series follows the meteoric rise of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team in the 1980s. Starring John C. Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, Jason Clarke, Adrien Brody, Sally Field and Jason Segel.

Our Flag Means Death (Now streaming): Rhys Darby plays an 18th century aristocrat who abandons his privileged, sheltered lifestyle for the swashbuckling adventures of a pirate in this offbeat comedy series. Also starring Taika Waititi, Joel Fry, Fred Armisen and Leslie Jones.

This Is Going To Hurt (Now streaming): Based on the published diaries of comedian and former obstetrician Adam Kay (played by Ben Wishaw), the series shares the unvarnished truth about life on the job in a stressful London maternity ward.


Halo (24 March): Inspired by the hit video game franchise, this live-action series set 500 years in the future follows an intergalactic war between humanity and an alien empire known as The Covenant. Starring Pablo Schreiber, Natascha McElhone, Jen Taylor and Bokeem Woodbine.

Three Months (Now streaming): Troye Sivan stars in this heartwarming film about a recent high school graduate who discovers he’s been exposed to HIV and, while waiting the required three months to be tested, finds love with a guy in his support group (Viveik Kalra).

More Than This (Now streaming): This uniquely Australian coming-of-age drama series follows a diverse group of year 12 students as they navigate relationships, sexuality, identity, peer pressure and family life.

Foxtel Now

Outlander (7 March): The Droughtlander is over: season six is finally here – with Fraser’s Ridge now facing the onset of the Revolutionary War. Meanwhile, Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) are confronted by an adversary from Jamie’s past (Mark Lewis Jones).

Young Rock (20 March): Continuing the life story of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, series two will further explore Little Dewey’s relationship with his pro-wrestling champ father Rocky, his teenage school years in Nashville and his adulthood training for the Canadian Football League.

Gogglebox (9 March): Australia’s favourite armchair critics are back for 2022, sharing their hilariously honest reviews on the TV shows we’re all watching right now (or should be).

Amazon Prime Video

Star Trek: Picard (5 March): Patrick Stewart returns as Jean-Luc Picard in this much-awaited second season, facing his old extra-dimensional frenemy Q (John de Lancie) while racing into the past to save the galaxy’s future.

Deep Water (18 March): Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas star in this twisted psychological thriller about a husband who permits his wife to have affairs, only to begin secretly eliminating her lovers one by one. Also starring Tracy Letts, Finn Wittrock and Jacob Elordi.

Upload (11 March): From the creator of The Office (US) and Parks & Recreation comes season two of this futuristic comedy, with Nathan (Robbie Amell) now forced to share his digital afterlife with ex-girlfriend Ingrid (Allegra Edwards) while his heart really belongs to Nora (Andy Allo).


SBS On Demand: The Responder (16 March): Martin Freeman stars in this critically acclaimed police drama series about a night-shift beat cop on the edge, struggling to do what’s right in a world complicated by shady characters, career setbacks and a broken marriage.

ABC iview: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2022 (5 March): Streaming live from the Sydney Cricket Ground from 6.30pm (AEDT) and hosted by Hamish Macdonald, Courtney Act, Casey Donovan, Jeremy Fernandez, Mon Schafter and Steven Oliver.

7plus: Showtrial (Now streaming): When a university student goes missing in Bristol, a number of threatening texts she’s received seem to implicate two fellow students. With the evidence mounted against them, will their solicitors be able to prove their innocence at trial?

9Now: La Brea (Now streaming): A family is separated when a giant sinkhole swallows up a large portion of Los Angeles, pulling down buildings, cars and hundreds of people into an ancient world below filled with extinct creatures and treacherous primordial landscapes.

10 play: First Dates Australia (Now streaming): Experience the genuinely intimate encounters of everyday Australians going on blind dinner dates to find love, with cameras capturing every moment from awkward nerves to sparkling chemistry.


2022 NRL Telstra Premiership (10 March): Catch every game of every round of the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership live, with no ad breaks during play.

2022 Toyota AFL Premiership (16 March): Watch every match of the 2022 Toyota AFL Premiership live, with no ad breaks during play.

Suncorp Super Netball (Now streaming): Stream the 2022 Suncorp Super Netball season on Fox Sports, available with Kayo.

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What to stream in February 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn February 4, 2022

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

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The Matrix: Resurrections (Express Release: Available now): Blue pill or red pill? Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) head back down the rabbit hole in this thrilling new chapter in the battle of man against machine.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Express Release: Coming Soon): A new generation answers the call when the grandchildren of original Ghostbuster Egon inherit his haunted farm. Starring Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace.

Clifford The Big Red Dog (Express Release: 16 February): In this live-action adventure based on the beloved children’s book series, Emily (Darby Camp) and her fun uncle (Jack Whitehall) adopt a playful puppy who grows to gigantic proportions.


The French Dispatch (2 February): Wes Anderson’s latest whimsical romp follows the journalists of a fictional culture magazine as they investigate a series of stories for its final issue. Starring Benicio Del Toro, Tilda Swinton, Timothée Chalamet and Frances McDormand.

Pam & Tommy (2 February): Lily James and Sebastian Stan star as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, whose private lives became extremely public after a handyman (Seth Rogan) stole their honeymoon videotape and began selling it on the internet.

The King’s Man (23 February): Gentleman spy Orlando (Ralph Fiennes) hunts down history’s most notorious tyrants in an attempt to prevent World War I in this globetrotting action-packed prequel.

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Inventing Anna (11 February): Based on the audacious true-crime story of Anna Delvey, an Insta-famous con artist who posed as a wealthy New York socialite in an attempt to dupe friends, hotels and even banks out of millions of dollars.

Raising Dion (1 February): In season two, superpowered kid Dion (Ja’Siah Young) continues to master his powers with the help of his mentor Tevin (Rome Flynn). Meanwhile, new school friend Brayden (Griffin Robert Faulkner) is consumed by a dark power that threatens them all.

Vikings: Valhalla (25 February): This sequel to the original Vikings series follows famed Nordic explorers Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett), Freydis Eriksdotter (Frida Gustavsson) and Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter) as they journey across the sea to invade England.


Power Book IV: Force (6 February): When Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) leaves New York for Chicago following the loss of Ghost and LaKeisha, the mysterious outsider takes on the city’s two largest crews to become the biggest, baddest dealer in town.

Bel-Air (14 February): This dramatic reimagining of Will Smith’s popular 90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, sees a talented young man leaving behind the rough streets of West Philadelphia for a second chance living with his affluent relatives in Bel-Air, Los Angeles.

A Stan Original Film Gold (Now streaming): Zac Efron stars in this Australian thriller about a wanderer who discovers an enormous gold nugget in the middle of the desert, unable to leave for fear of others finding it but struggling to survive out in the punishingly arid climate.


The Girl Before (10 February): Based on the bestselling novel by J.P. Delaney, David Oyelowo plays an eccentric landlord whose new tenant (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) discovers an almost identical woman mysteriously died three years earlier in her luxury London flat.

The Walking Dead (21 February): In part two of season 11, we see the brutal aftermath of the Reapers attack at Meridian, while Daryl (Norman Reedus), Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) come up against the Commonwealth’s army.

We’re Here (28 February): Legendary drag performers Shangela, Eureka O’Hara and Bob the Drag Queen travel across middle America to inspire everyday people to embrace their individuality and become closer with their friends and family through the art of drag.


The Gilded Age (Streaming weekly each Wednesday): In this new period drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, the long-established elite families of 1880s New York City are threatened by the arrival of an exceedingly wealthy industrialist and his strong-willed wife.

South Park – Season 25 (25 February): Foul-mouthed fourth graders Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are back for a brand new season of this topical animated comedy from creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

Star Trek: Discovery (11 February): Stream all episodes of seasons one through three from 11 February, as well as new episodes of season four each week, as Captain Burnham and her crew aboard the USS Discovery explore new worlds and civilisations.

Foxtel Now

Raised by Wolves (3 February): Ridley Scott’s gripping sci-fi series returns for its second season, with android parents Mother and Father now raising their children among The Collective, while Marcus continues his quest to convert all to the ways of the Mithraic.

Hotel Portofino (8 February): Set in the aftermath of WWI, an English family moves to the Italian seaside village of Portofino to open an oppulent hotel, but faces threats from corrupt locals and the mystery of a murdered guest.

A Quiet Place: Part II (10 February): The Abbott family search for a new refuge from Earth’s sound-hunting alien invaders, after being forced to flee their isolated farmhouse. Starring Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy, and directed by John Krasinski.

Amazon Prime Video

Reacher (4 February): Based on the bestselling novel Killing Floor by Lee Child, the series finds retired military officer Jack Reacher (Alan Ritchson) framed for murder and caught up in a conspiracy driven by crooked cops, corrupt politicians and dodgy business deals.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (18 February): After being dropped from Shy Baldwin’s world tour, stand-up comic Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) heads down a new path, her manager Susie (Alex Borstein) expands her business and Rose (Marin Hinkle) and Abe (Tony Shalhoub) move in.


NRL All Stars (12 February) and Pre-Season (18 February): Catch every game exclusively live on Fox Sports, available on Kayo.

AFLW (February): Every match streaming live, including all matches and finals series.

NFL Super Bowl (14 February): Stream every game of the NFL post-season including the Super Bowl, live on ESPN, available on Kayo.


10 play: Australian Survivor: Blood V Water (31 January): Relationships are put to the test as 24 contestants compete in pairs with their partners, parents, siblings and in-laws in the extreme conditions of Far North Queensland’s outback.

9Now: Married at First Sight (31 January): Australia’s favourite dating series returns for its ninth season, with relationship gurus pairing up 16 brides and grooms just moments before they tie the knot.

7plus: The Voice: Generations (31 January): In this spin-off of the popular singing competition, different generations team up to impress superstar coaches Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian and Rita Ora.

ABC iview: Troppo (27 February): Thomas Jane plays an exiled former cop employed by an outcast private eye (Nicole Chamoun) to track down a missing man in the croc-infested town of Crimson Lake, Queensland.

SBS On Demand: The Long Call (3 February): Returning to the country hometown he was forced to leave behind in his youth, detective Matthew Venn (Ben Aldridge) investigates a murder seemingly connected to the religious sect his family belongs to.

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What to stream in January 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn January 14, 2022

Start the year off right with the latest content from Disney+, Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Prime Video, Paramount+ and more, streaming this month on Telstra TV.

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No Time To Die (12 January): James Bond (Daniel Craig) is forced out of retirement for one final mission, to stop the sinister Safin (Rami Malek) from unleashing a deadly new bioweapon into the world.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Express Release: 11 January): Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is back with his alien alter-ego Venom, this time to face off against fugitive serial killer Cletus Kasady aka Carnage (Woody Harrelson).

Dune (Express Release: 13 January): When his family become stewards of the desert planet Arrakis, Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) must learn to master his unique gifts to combat their enemies and ensure the survival of his people.


Eternals (12 January): When an ancient threat to life on Earth resurfaces, a group of immortal superheroes must emerge from the shadows and reunite to once again defend the fate of humanity.

The Book Of Boba Fett (29 December): Legendary fugitive hunter Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) and hired gun Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) return to Tatooine to take over the region once controlled by Jabba the Hutt.

Marvel’s Hit-Monkey (26 January): Jason Sudeikis, Olivia Munn and George Takei star in this animated series about a Japanese macaque out for revenge, guided by the ghost of a murdered hitman.

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Ozark – Season 4 (21 January): Unassuming cartel money-launderers Marty and Wendy Byrde (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) return from Mexico, intent on clearing their debt to the Navarro crime family while facing threats much closer to home.

Brazen (13 January): Based on the novel by Nora Roberts, Alyssa Milano plays a crime writer desperate to solve the murder of her secretive sister – even if it means placing herself in the killer’s crosshairs.

Munich – The Edge of War (21 January): On the eve of World War II, two former college friends – one from England, the other from Germany – now diplomats, attempt to reveal Hitler’s true plans during the fateful 1938 Munich peace negotiations.


Euphoria – Season 2 (10 January): Zendaya returns as teen addict Rue, navigating the messy realities of relationships, identity and substance abuse alongside her friends at East Highland High in this modern day coming-of-age drama.

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts (1 January): Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and the cast of the beloved film franchise reunite to celebrate this milestone anniversary and reminisce on their magical memories.

Peacemaker (13 January): John Cena reprises his role from The Suicide Squad, a blockheaded superhero on a mission to bring about world peace no matter the cost, with the help of a new team of misfits and an eagle sidekick named Eagly.


The Tourist (2 January): Waking up in an outback hospital with amnesia, a man (Jamie Dornan) races to piece together who he used to be and why it seems someone is trying to kill him.

Wolf Like Me (13 January): When Mary (Isla Fisher) crashes her car into Gary’s (Josh Gad), the life-threatening event leads to a twisted romance blossoming.

Billions – Season 6 (24 January): With Bobby Axelrod dethroned, Mike Prince (Corey Stoll) is now the new king of Wall Street, while Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) continues to wage war against the billionaire class.

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The Tender Bar (7 January): Directed by George Clooney and starring Ben Affleck and Tye Sheridan, the film tells the story of a boy with an absent father growing up in his uncle’s bar where he’s mentored by an offbeat cast of characters.

Hotel Transylvania: Transformania (14 January): When Van Helsing’s latest invention turns all of the monsters into humans, Drac and the gang must journey deep into the Amazon to reverse the transformations before they become permanent.

Shane (25 January): Delve into the untold story behind legendary Australian cricketer, Shane Warne. Hear from sports commentators, celebrity fans and the man himself on his meteoric rise to fame, the sacrifices made and the scandals that followed.


Five Bedrooms – Season 3 (1 January): This season, our five unlikely housemates are faced with new romances, crushing betrayals and startling proposals – all while trying their hand at running a bed and breakfast.

The Gilded Age (26 January): Old money clashes with the nouveau riche in this period drama from Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes, set in burgeoning 1880s New York City. Starring Cynthia Nixon, Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski and Morgan Spector.

Ray Donovan: The Movie (15 January): Following on from the final season, professional fixer Ray (Liev Schreiber) returns to Boston in search of his father (Jon Voight) while dealing with the blowback caused by their face-off against the Sullivans.

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The Righteous Gemstones – Season 2 (10 January): The televangelist Gemstone family are back, this season threatened by a journalist writing an exposé, family power squabbles and an assassination attempt on the aging family patriarch.

The Cleaning Lady (5 January): A Cambodian doctor (Élodie Yung) and her ailing son move to the US in search of a life-saving transplant, but when her visa expires she begins cleaning up after an organised crime family to make ends meet.

The Great Australian Bake Off – Season 5 (27 January): The search for Australia’s best baker is back. Judged by Maggie Beer and Matt Moran, the season promises plenty of delectable desserts, scrumptious cakes, heavenly bread and much more.


The Tower (13 January): When a young girl and a police officer fall from the roof of an apartment building and the only witnesses go missing, detective Sarah Collins (Gemma Whelan) is tasked with uncovering the truth.

Coronation Street (17 January): The fans have spoken – Corrie, the long-running Manchester-based soap will be available to stream on BritBox from this month.

Alma’s Not Normal (3 January): After breaking up with her boyfriend, audacious Alma is left jobless and skint. With no experience or qualifications but plenty of big ideas, she’s ready to get back out there and turn her life around.


Cricket: Men’s Ashes Fifth Test (14 January), BBL (5 December), ODI’s Australia v New Zealand (30 January) and Women’s Ashes – Australia v England (27 January).

NFL: Playoffs begin 16 January.

NBA: An average of 7 regular season games per week.


10 play: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! (3 January): Braving the Australian jungle to raise money for charity, 13 celebrities including Beau Ryan, Cal Wilson, Joey Essex and Poh Ling Yeow face extreme challenges and shocking twists.

9Now: Australian Open Tennis (17 January): It’s game-on for world’s greatest tennis players with every match on every court of the year’s first Grand Slam event streaming live from Melbourne Park.

7plus: Damages – Seasons 1-5: In this suspensefully twisted legal drama/mystery series, Glenn Close plays cutthroat veteran litigator Patty Hewes, who takes up-and-coming new lawyer Ellen (Rose Byrne) under her wing.

ABC iview: The PM’s Daughter (1 January): When her mother becomes the Prime Minister, teenager Cat’s life is suddenly turned upside down. Adapting to life in Canberra and making new friends, she’s also on the hunt for a group trying to sabotage her mum.

SBS On Demand: Framed (26 December): In 1986, the most expensive painting in the National Gallery of Victoria – a Picasso – was stolen. A series of outlandish ransom notes quickly ignited public interest and rumours of who might be behind the high-profile heist.

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