Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, Binge, Disney+, Amazon Prime and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from June 1-7.
Sweet Tooth (4th)
Described as “Mad Max meets Bambi”, Sweet Tooth is a deliriously weird tale of a boy with deer antlers surviving an apocalypse and making some friends along the way. Even stranger? It’s produced by Robert Downey Jr.! Giving it a look is probably a good i-deer.
Feel Good (season 2) (4th)
Second season of the unexpected charmer starring Mae Martin as a non-binary stand up comedian trying to find love in modern day London. Also features Lisa Kudrow as Mae’s mum, Linda.
Puberty Blues (seasons 1+2) (7th)
Profoundly underrated Aussie TV drama, loosely based on the novel by Kathy Lette and Gabrielle Carey. Thanks to Netty you can now watch both excellent seasons of this sad, funny, poignant and quite rude local gem. Probs don’t watch with your nan, hey.
The Good Fight (season 4) (1st)
The fourth season of The Good Fight, shortened due to COVID, is now here and it’s an odd one. Racism, internet trolls, Donald Trump and erm… a certain part of Jeffrey Epstein's anatomy all take centre stage. Fans won’t want to miss this one.
Killing Eve (season 3) (1st)
Have you watched Killing Eve yet? If not, why not? It stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer and it’s an A-MAZING spy drama/thriller/romance hybrid that constantly leaves you guessing. If you’re not watching this one you are missing out.
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay (season 2 finale) (1st)
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay takes a bow and gives us all a chance to ask “so, is everything really okay?” As long as this Josh Thomas-starring Aussie gem gets a third season the answer is… probably.
Stunning historical drama, based on a true story, about a Norweigen couple who helped lead the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and Palestine. Starring Andrew Scott and Ruth Wilson this is well-acted, gripping stuff.
Kung Fu (3rd)
Modern reimagining of the 1972 series starring David Carradine (which was fun, but hasn’t exactly aged well), Kung Fu stars Olivia Liang as a college drop out and martial arts expert who is going to protect her community the only way she knows how: with a bit of the old kicky-punchy.
Raya and the Last Dragon (4th)
This absolutely delightful animated feature, starring Awkwafina, Kelly Marie Tran and Sandra Oh, is now available with the regular Disney+ subscription. It’s a gorgeous-looking romp and perfect comfort entertainment on these cold, cold nights.
Dom (season 1) (4th)
An intense action thriller from Brazil, Dom is the kind of edge-of-your-seat entertainment that will grip you from the very first episode. Watch as a police officer father clashes with his crime lord son, and say goodbye to your free time.
The Family Man (season 2) (4th)
Espionage shenanigans abound in the second season of this Hindi-language thriller about a middle class bloke who is an intelligence officer on the sly.
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Lisey’s Story (4th)
It’s another Stephen King show! This time starring Julianne Moore, Dane DeHaan and Clive Owen and written by King himself, this promises to be more about ghostly occurrences and dream-like thrills and less about kid-eating sewer clowns.
PICK OF THE WEEK
The Secret Life of Us (June 7) (all four seasons on Netflix)
Hey kids, do you remember The Secret Life of Us? It ran from 2001-2006 and revolved around a group of mates living in Melbourne. Starring the likes of Deborah Mailman, Samuel Johnson, Joel Edgerton, Abi Tucker and Claudia Karvan, it's a genuinely great Aussie drama. And as of June 7, all four seasons are on Netty! Relive the classic or see if for the first time, but either way you’re in for a treat.
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