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 22-28.


Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 (23rd)

The second half of Kevin Smith’s controversial continuation of the Masters of the Universe cartoon is here to either give you a sense of mild enjoyment or ruin your childhood (depending on how you felt about the first half).

Chris Wood as animated character He-Man in Masters of the Universe: Revelation: Part 2
He-Man's back from the dead (again) in the second part of Masters of the Universe: Revelation. Let the online salt commence! Picture: Netflix

Reasonable Doubt: A Tale of Two Kidnappings (23rd)

It started off as a minor car accident and ended up in a kidnapping case. This is the fascinating true story for true crime obsessives, showcasing the truth behind Mexico’s flawed justice system.

Selling Sunset S4 (24th)

If you’re the type of person who finds enjoyment watching others sell real estate in glitzy Los Angeles, then nothing we have to say is going to change your mind about watching the fourth season of the same.

True Story (24th)

Intense-looking drama series about a stand-up comedy star who gets involved with some criminal behaviour after a big night out. Stars Kevin Hart (!) in an unusually intense role and Wesley Snipes as his dodgy brother. Looks intriguing.


(L to R) Wesley Snipes as Carlton, Kevin Hart as Kid in episode 103 of True Story
It looks like Wesley Snipes and Kevin Hart are on the shonk in the brand new series True Story. Picture: Netflix

F is for Family S5 (25th)

The fifth and final season of Netty’s underrated, surprisingly engaging series based loosely on the life of comedian Bill Burr. The final season will feature more of the sweary banter, casual violence and unexpected pathos you’ve grown to dig over the previous episodes.

(L to R) Justin Long as Kevin Murphy, Haley Reinhart as Bill Murphy, Debi Derryberry as Maureen Murphy, and Bill Burr as Frank Murphy in animated Netflix show F IS FOR FAMILY
Bill Burr and the rest of the Murphy clan return for the fifth and final season of F is For Family. Picture: Netflix

Super Crooks (25th)

Based on the popular comic book series by Mark Millar, Super Crooks is an anime series that has a bunch of super-powered criminals attempt to pull off a dangerous heist and get into all sorts of dodgy shenanigans. Looks fun if that’s your jam.


Mystery Road S2 (23rd)

The excellent second season of the great Aussie series Mystery Road is here with its blend of quality acting, sharp writing and stellar performances. Seriously, don’t sleep on this one it’s an absolute belter.


NITRAM (24th)

The Port Arthur Massacre remains one of the darkest events in Australian history and Martin Bryant one of our most despised figures. Director Justin Kurzel (Snowtown) delivers a difficult, understated and profoundly disturbing film about a monster who lived among us. An important film for those who can handle it.

Caleb Landry Jones stars as Martin Bryant in Nitram
Caleb Landry Jones stars as Martin Bryant in the controversial, heartbreaking Nitram. It's not an easy watch but it's an important one. Picture: Stan

Saved by the Bell S2 (25th)

The second season of the unlikely revival that actually works is here with more cleverer-than-expected writing and modern updates of the goofy, amiable show from what feels like so long ago.

The Exorcist + The Exorcist II: Heretic (27th)

Want to watch one of the greatest horror movies of all time followed up by one of the most baffling horror sequels of all time in a perverse double bill guaranteed to give you tonal whiplash? Then Stan has you sorted, fam. Hook in!


Love Your Garden S10 (23rd)

The tenth season of the show about some of Britain’s most capable garden lovers is here to delight your nan and her friends. Plenty of handy tips for green thumbs and zero swearing or heads exploding, just how she likes it.

Forbidden History S6 (23rd)

The sixth season of the fascinating series about historical events that are a little off the beaten track, stuff you didn’t learn about in school. Eye-opening gear for armchair historians and fans of weird facts alike.

Showgirls (27th)

Some people enjoy this film as a camp classic artifact, others as sleazy trash from 1995 and others still simply engage with the copious boobs on offer. Whatever your reason, Showgirls is undeniably a fascinating flick and worthy of a rewatch.

Amazon Prime Video

World to Come (23rd)

Sumptuous and well-made romance/drama flick based on the story by Jim Shepard. Perfect for those who like their historical dramas sweetened with a little subtle LGBTQ+ romance. Well worth a gander.

Hanna S3 (24th)

It’s the third season of the lowkey successful show about a young woman raised off the grid and trained to be deadly. Based on the 2011 film of the same name, this is a slow burn, quality mixture of thriller and drama.

Burning (26th)

Stunning and thought-provoking South Korean film that is part romance, part murder mystery and all riveting. Stars the great Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) and features an absolutely unmissable ending.


Hawkeye (24th)

The latest Marvel televisual offering is here and it looks like a doozy! Hawkeye takes Jeremy Renner and teams him up with Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Barton and has the pair of them fight foes in a kooky, Christmas-themed adventure. A delightful end-of-year treat.

Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld in a scene from Hawkeye
We're seeing double (Hawkeyes) as Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld team up in the latest Marvel telly offering, Hawkeye. Picture: Disney+

Queens S1 (24th)

Four women in their 40s attempt to regain the swagger they had back in the 1990s as hip-hop legends. Kinda sounds like a dramatic version of Girls5eva but could be a good time.

Becoming Cousteau (24th)

An inside look at the eccentric French explorer, adventurer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau and his fascinating life aquatic. This looks like a definitive take on this fascinating historical figure.

The Beatles Get Back Eps 1-3 (25th)

Director Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, Brain Dead) brings his considerable talents to a documentary about little known indie band The Beatles. Seriously, though, this looks like the ultimate docu-series for even casual fans of the fab four.

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November 15-21.

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