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.

Amazon Prime Video

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.

Foxtel Now

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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