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

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The Batman (Coming soon): In this gripping new take on Gotham’s underworld, Robert Pattinson plays the billionaire vigilante racing to solve clues left behind by The Riddler (Paul Dano), who is on a murderous rampage against the city’s corrupt ruling class.
Also starring Zoë Kravitz and Colin Farrell.

Uncharted (27 April): Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg star as intrepid treasure hunters, criss-crossing the globe to track down a 500 year old, $5 billion fortune. But first they’ll need to get past Santiago Moncada (Antonio Banderas), whose family claims the treasure is rightfully theirs.

Jackass Forever (Now streaming): Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the crew reunite after 11 years to amp up the insanity, bringing you more dangerously outlandish stunts and pranks than ever before – with help from a few new faces and even some celebrity guests.


The Kardashians (14 April): Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie return with an all-new series exclusive to Disney+, bringing you back into their homes to reveal what really goes on beyond the spotlight – from running their billion-dollar empire, to the intimate details of their love lives and family dramas.

The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild (Now streaming): Fearless dino-hunting weasel Buck Wild teams up with adventurous possum brothers Crash and Eddie in this hair-raising journey through the prehistoric Lost World.

How I Met Your Father (Now streaming): A spin-off of the fan-favourite How I Met Your Mother, also streaming on Disney+, Sophie (played by Kim Cattrall) looks back at her younger self (played by Hilary Duff) navigating friendships, online dating and life in the big city.


Better Call Saul (19 April): The transformation from Slippin’ Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) to Breaking Bad’s shady solicitor Saul Goodman concludes in this epic final season. Kim reveals more of her darker side, while the war continues between Gus, Nacho and the Salamancas.

Gaslit (24 April): Julia Roberts and Sean Penn dig deeper into the Watergate scandal in this dramatised series told from the perspective of Martha Mitchell, the outspoken wife of Richard Nixon’s Attorney General. Based on the first season of the acclaimed podcast, Slow Burn.

Billy The Kid (25 April): The origin story of the American Wild West’s most notorious outlaw, Tom Blyth stars as the young Irish cowboy who was inspired by gang leader Jesse Evans (Daniel Webber) to become a frontier gunslinger and lead a life of crime.


The Flight Attendant (21 April): Returning for a second heart-racing season, Kaley Cuoco’s newly sober Cassie is now working for the CIA, under the cover of her sky-bound day job. A new assignment suddenly throws her back into a tailspin of murder, mystery and mayhem.

We Own This City (26 April): Based on the book of the same name by investigative journalist Justin Fenton, this series from the producers of The Wire explores the shocking true story of the Baltimore Police Department’s widespread corruption and crimes against its citizens.

Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart (Now streaming): Bestselling author and podcast host Dr. Brené Brown leads viewers through a framework of understanding our emotions, interpreting our experiences and mapping a path towards more meaningful human connections.


The First Lady (18 April): Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson star in this groundbreaking drama series about the incredible contributions of three United States Presidents’ wives: Michelle Obama, Betty Ford and Eleanor Roosevelt.

The Offer (29 April): The behind-the-scenes story about the making of the 1972 film, The Godfather, the series follows the friction between the film’s producer (Miles Teller) and director Francis Ford Coppola (Dan Fogler), complicated by the involvement of mafia boss consultant Joe Colombo (Giovanni Ribisi).

iCarly (9 April): In the second season of this beloved series reboot, Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) shakes off her relationship woes to focus on family and friends – while growing her web series with the help of her best friend Harper (Laci Mosley) and brother Spencer (Jerry Trainor).

Foxtel Now

Julia (3 April): BAFTA Award-winner Sarah Lancashire plays pioneer TV cook Julia Child, whose popular culinary series The French Chef paved the way for a new genre of television and a cultural shift towards embracing foreign cuisines, as well as helping to further the feminist movement.

Barry (25 April): Bill Hader is back for this long-awaited third season, continuing the darkly funny tale of Midwestern hitman Barry Berkman who is trying to make his way as an actor in Los Angeles. Also starring Henry Winkler, Stephen Root and Sarah Goldberg.

Death on the Nile (2 April): Agatha Christie’s world-famous detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) is on the case once more, this time aboard a luxury Egyptian river boat where tragedy strikes during a honeymoon and the killer could be any one of the wedding party guests. Also starring Gal Gadot, Rose Leslie, Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Annette Bening and Russell Brand.


Anatomy of a Scandal (15 April): When government minister James Whitehouse (Rupert Friend) is accused of a shocking crime, the fallout threatens to destroy his career and tear apart his family. Despite his wife Sophie (Sienna Miller) trying to hold everything together, Barrister Kate Woodcroft (Michelle Dockery) is determined to bring the man to justice.

The Bubble (Now streaming): From the mind of Judd Apatow comes a comedy about making a big-budget movie during the pandemic. Confined to a luxury hotel, the quarantined cast and crew are forced to deal with big egos, health scares and cabin-fever craziness. Starring Karen Gillan, Leslie Mann, Fred Armisen, Pedro Pascal and David Duchovny.

Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood (Now streaming): Written and directed by Richard Linklater, the 1969 moon landing is shown from the perspective of a young boy from Texas who fantasises about being asked to join the mission. Starring Zachary Levi and Jack Black.

Amazon Prime Video

Luxe Listings Sydney (Now streaming): High-end agents Gavin Rubinstein, D’Leanne Lewis and Simon Cohen return for a second season alongside new cast member Monika Tu, giving us the inside scoop on one of the world’s hottest and most competitive real estate markets.

Outer Range (15 April): Josh Brolin stars in this mysterious supernatural drama about a Wyoming rancher struggling with the disappearance of a family member, a dispute with a neighbouring landowner and the formation of a black hole on his property.

The Outlaws (Now streaming): When seven small-time crooks are sentenced to community service renovating a rundown town hall, they suddenly find themselves in over their heads when they swipe a large bag of cash hidden on the grounds. Starring Stephen Merchant and Christopher Walken.

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