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

Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ that’s worth your time from April 4-10, 2022.


Ronny Chieng: Speakeasy (5th)

Ronny Chieng returns with a brand spanking new Netty special chockers with social commentary and clever observations.

Ronny in his new comedy special Ronny Chieng: Speakeasy
Ronny is getting all gussied up in his new comedy special Ronny Chieng: Speakeasy. Picture: Netflix

Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story (6th)

Horrific true story about one of the UK’s most beloved entertainers who turned out to be a monstrous human being. True crime fans will need strong stomachs to get through this one.

screenshot of Jimmy Savile
Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story is the true tale of a monster who hid in plain sight. Picture: Netflix

The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On (6th)

It’s a show that’s the relationship equivalent of “poop or get off the dunny”. Sure to be dripping with tension, D-RAMAAA and awkward-as-hell moments. Car crash telly right here and you know you love it.

Return to Space (7th)

This story follows ol’ mate Elon Musk and the talented engineers at SpaceX, as a bloke who acts like a teenage edgelord on twitter finally realises his dream of launching his weiner into space.

screenshot of Elon Musk in Return to Space
Watch Elon Musk Return to Space. Who knows, perhaps he'll decide to stay there? Picture: Netflix

Metal Lords (10th)

Fun looking comedy about a group of teenage misfits and their plan to win Battle of the Bands using their shared love of metal. Crikey, being a teenager sucked. This looks charming, though.

actor Adrian Greensmith as Hunter in Metal Lords
"It's NOT a phase, mum, JEEZ!" Adrian Greensmith stars as Hunter in Metal Lords. Picture: Netflix


Move Fast and Vape Things (4th)

Fascinating documentary about a company with the best of intentions slowly becoming dodgier and dodgier. A story that is all too familiar these days, sadly. Fascinating stuff.

The Box S1 (8th)

A police officer’s case becomes a supernatural nightmare and she must fight for her very soul. Horror fans will probably dig this trashy but engaging looking yarn.


Julia (Now)

Entertaining and eye-opening dramatisation of the life of the great kitchen goddess Julia Child. The support cast includes the fabulous David Hyde Pierce, Bebe Neuwirth and Isabella Rossellini!

screenshot from series Julia
Julia Child revolutionised the concept of the cooking show for audiences in the early 1960s. You can see how in Julia. Picture: BINGE

Rare Beasts (8th)

Quality drama flick directed by the great Billie Piper (Doctor Who, Penny Dreadful) and starring an amazing cast that includes David Thewlis, Lily James and Kerry Fox!

A Black Lady Sketch Show S3 (9th)

The subversive, socially aware and (most importantly) hilarious sketch show phenomenon returns, with plenty of wry, spot-on jokes to brighten up your day.

A Black Lady Sketch Show returns for its third triumphant season, so get the frock into it! Picture: BINGE
A Black Lady Sketch Show returns for its third triumphant season, so get the frock into it! Picture: BINGE

Amazon Prime Video


All the Old Knives (8th)

Awesome looking spy thriller with a cast that will make your jaw drop. You’ve got Chris Pine, Thandiwe Newton, Michelle Williams, Jonathan Pryce AND Laurence Fishburne! This is defo one not to be missed.

screenshot from All the Old Knives
All the Old Knives continues the proud tradition of EXTREMELY GOOD LOOKING PEOPLE (in this case Thandiwe Newton and Chris Pine) playing spies, and we are here for it. Picture: Amazon Prime Video


Wayward Pines S1-2 (6th)

Hey, if you missed this a few years back, now’s the perfect chance to catch up with this mind-bending, genre-crossing thriller with more twists than your dodgy phone charger cord.

FEUD: Bette and Joan (6th)

Superb and deliriously trashy melodrama showcasing the real life love/hate relationship between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Starring Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange, this is camp and wonderful.

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November March 28-April 3.

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