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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