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.

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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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