Need some inspiration on what to watch this week? We've got you covered, here's all the good stuff that's making its way to a streaming service near you...
I Hate Suzie - Stan
I Hate Suzie drops on Friday August 28 and stars Billie Piper as Suzie Pickles, a star on the wane, who has her whole life upended when her phone is hacked and a photo of her in an extremely compromising position is released for the whole world to see.
The show follows Suzie as she makes her way through the various stages of trauma with her best friend and manager Naomi by her side as they attempt to hold her life, career and marriage together.
Love Fraud - Stan
Love Fraud hits Stan on August 30 and is a true crime docuseries about the search for Richard Scott Smith, who has used the Internet and his charms to prey on women looking for love and then conning them out of their money and dignity.
Richard's victims team up to seek revenge on him after turning to a bounty hunter.
Dirty John - Netflix
Season two of Dirty John focuses on a murder trial that's been described as the "worst divorce case in San Diego County".
It stars Amanda Peet as Betty, a charming woman who believes she has everything in life figured out. Until she finds out her college sweetheart husband Dan is having an affair with his assistant and plans to divorce her.
Betty will do anything she can to get their marriage back on track, even if that means doing truly terrible things.
Rising Phoenix - Netflix
A behind-the-scenes and in-depth look at the Paralympic Games and how it became the third biggest sporting event in the world, Rising Phoenix features interviews with elite athletes and insiders from around the world – even Prince Harry appears – to examine how the event has continued to evolve the conversation around disability, diversity and human excellence.
Knives Out - Amazon Prime
Missed Knives Out at the cinemas? Now's your chance to watch the murder-mystery from the comfort of your own home.
Featuring a stellar ensemble cast including Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas and Jamie Lee Curtis, the film is a modern whodunit and follows a detective investigating a patriarch's death following a large family gathering gone awry.
Dolittle - Amazon Prime
Want one for the kids? Dolittle lands on Amazon Prime on August 29 and stars Robert Downey Jr as Dr Dolittle, a vet who has the ability to communicate with animals.
Dolittle has become a recluse after the death of his wife at sea and tends only to animals, refusing contact with people. But when Queen Victoria asks him to help cure her of a deadly sickness he begrudgingly decides to help, setting him off on an adventure.
I Know This Much Is True - Binge
This mini-series stars Mark Ruffalo as identical twin brother Dominick and Thomas. The series follows Dominick as he struggles to care for his twin brother, who is a paranoid schizophrenic, and his efforts to get him released from an asylum while discovering the truth about his own family history.