What’s new on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime and Disney+

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Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video and DISNEY+ that’s worth your time from November 15-21.


Riverdale S6 (17th)

The gritty adaptation of the corny old Archie and Jughead comics is now dropping the rest of its sixth (!) season on Netty. Crikey, did anyone else see this coming? Anyway, this season apparently Sabrina makes an appearance. So that’ll be fun.

Tiger King 2 (17th)

Remember when lockdown first started and we all sort of freaked out and binged Tiger King like a bunch of weirdos. Well, now here’s the second season that you didn’t ask for and will probably watch some of at least? Man, it’s been a weird couple of years, hey.

Tiger King 2 awaits on Netflix
Are you keen to watch Joe Exotic fondle a bunch of massive cats again? Then Tiger King 2 awaits! Picture: Netflix

The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star (18th)

The third Princess Switch flick is here with more of the reliable, light entertainment with appealing lead Vanessa Hudgens. Why not binge the whole trilogy in one night? We won’t tell anyone. Your secret’s safe with us.

Dogs in Space (18th)

Adorable animated show about a bunch of cute pooches who get into some interstellar adventures. NOT to be confused with the 1986 Aussie flick about heroin addiction in Melbourne. That one starred Michael Hutchence. No notable dogs, though.


Cowboy Bebop (19th)

Netflix is once again trying to adapt an anime to live action and, hopefully, this time the result will be a good one. Great cast, good looking visuals and a wild as hell story, we’re cautiously optimistic about this one.

Cowboy Bebop on Netflix
Look, we have no idea what's going on in this picture from Cowboy Bebop, but it sure looks pretty! Picture: Netflix

Tick, Tick… BOOM! (19th)

Superstar creator Lin Manuel-Miranda makes his directorial debut with Tick, Tick… BOOM! A musical drama about a young theater composer who wants to create the next big thing. It’s actually an autobiography of Rent creator Jonathan Larsen and looks amazing.

Tick, Tick... BOOM! on Netflix
Snuggle up to someone you love, pop yourself on the couch, and watch Tick, Tick... BOOM! Picture: Netflix

The Mind, Explained S2 (19th)

The mind: not just that thing that hurts when you’re hungover. Join narrator Emma Stone as this engaging, smart show explores that lumpy nugget of sparking meat between your ears that is the cause of everything good and bad in your life.


Grease 2 (16th)

Some people think Grease 2 is a terrible movie that besmirches the good name of the classic original. Others (like a certain writer’s partner) believe it to be a classic masterpiece and one of the best of the genre. Why not watch and decide for yourself?

The Mindy Project S1-6 (19th)

Looking for some light entertainment and have officially watched The Office and Parks and Rec too many times? Why not take a chance on The Mindy Project, which offers plenty of amiable chuckles and likeable characters. Plus the whole thing is ready to binge!


The Great S2 (20th)

The Great was one of 2020's biggest surprises. Clever, funny, dark and (semi) historically accurate, this subversive exploration of the life of Catherine the Great was a real winner. And now there’s a second season! With Gillian-flippin’-Anderson helping out! Seriously, get into this wonderful show.

Elle Fanning in S2 of The Great on Stan
Elle Fanning gets a head of the competition in S2 of The Great. Picture: Stan


Rugrats S1 (16th)

Rugrats gets a reboot! Or is it a revival? Honestly, it seems like a bit of both. Either way, a whole new generation will discover the zany antics of these weird, giant-headed children. Which can only be a good thing.

The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin S1 (17th)

Here’s a fascinating documentary about a Christian weight loss guru who gained an almost cult-like ability to control and influence her supporters. Eye-opening stuff. Watch it with a bucket of Tim Tams.

The Sex Lives of College Girls (18th)

Look, this is exactly what it says on the tin. Four roommates navigate their freedom on a college campus, with lives, loves and a bunch of sex being the main feature. Reviews have been good so far and it’s produced by ol’ mate Mindy Kaling (The Office, The Mindy Show).

Amazon Prime Video

The Truffle Hunters (18th)

This is a documentary about a small handful of men who go hunting for truffles in remote Italian forests. Super niche but looks fascinating and oddly satisfying to boot.

The Wheel of Time (19th)

Amazon Prime Video is making a big play in the fantasy game and hopes that The Wheel of Time will be the next Game of Thrones. Those of you who love epic fantasy, or are obsessed with the books by Robert Jordan, won’t want to miss this sumptuous affair.

Rosamund Pike in wheel of time on Amazon Prime Video
Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) is riding onto your telly, hopefully delivering the next big fantasy show for your bingeing pleasure. Picture: Amazon Prime Video


The Night House (17th)

Creepy as hell movie with a bunch of crazy twists is here to scare you behind the couch. Starring Rebecca Hall, this story of a woman who discovers her late husband’s secrets is a cracking watch.

Underworld, Inc. S2 (17th)

Eye-opening documentary series about some of the shonky shenanigans and illegal transactions that take place in modern America. Organised crime buffs will find this a fascinating ride.

Adventure Through The Walt Disney Archives (19th)

Disney stans get excited, because this is a comprehensive look through the extensive, massive Walt Disney archives, with all manner of retro gear to be delighted by. This is sort of like Cribs but through the House of Mouse.

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November 8-14.

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