What’s new on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime and Disney+ this week
Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video and DISNEY+ that’s worth your time from November 1-7
The Nightingale (1st)
Brilliant, devastating and hard to watch, The Nightingale is Jennifer Kent’s incendiary second film after making it big with The Babadook back in 2014. Look, this tale of convict revenge won’t be for everyone, but it’s a hell of a flick.
Lords of Scam (3rd)
Fascinating documentary about a group of French scammers who gamed the EU carbon quota system and got away with millions! And then, of course, they turned on each other and the wheels came off.
The Harder They Fall (3rd)
It’s a brand spanking new western, starring the great Idris Elba as Rufus Buck and Jonathan Majors as real life outlaw Nat Love, with a superb support cast that includes Regina King and Zazie Beetz. You were probably sold at “Idris Elba”, hey?
Catching Killers S1 (4th)
Chilling but addictive docu-series about what the investigators of true life killers went through during their inquiries. True crime buffs will want to watch this harrowing series with the lights on!
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PICK OF THE WEEK
Big Mouth S5 (5th)
Big Mouth is back, baby! And you know what that means: more hilarious, heartfelt and totally disgusting adventures of the animated kids and their toey hormone monsters. Starring the voices of Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jason Mantzoukas and Maya Rudolph.
Narcos: Mexico S3 (5th)
The third and final season of the Narcos spin-off is finally here, with more edge of your seat tension and human drama. While we’re sad to see it go, hopefully it finishes strong without too much of a come down.
Arcane S1 (6th)
Arcane is the animated spin-off from the League of Legends video game, but should probably be understable by newbies. Voiced by Hailee Steinfeld, Ella Purnell and Katie Leung, with stylish animation, this could be a goer.
Girls Can’t Surf (4th)
Absolutely delightful documentary from Christopher Nelius, showcasing the untold story of a group of women who challenged the male-dominated surfing status quo in the 1980s. Plenty of eye-opening revelations and “yasss queen” moments in this stylish doco.
Walkaway Joe (4th)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan aka the real reason your girlfriend still watches The Walking Dead stars in this drama about a young boy looking for his father and the unlikely relationship he strikes up with a loner. David Strathairn and Julian Feder also star.
Animaniacs S2 (6th)
It’s the second season of the reboot of those surreal, self aware weirdos who bring a pleasing mix of media savvy humour, slapstick and straight up weirdness. If this is in your niche, drink it in, friends!
Heart-warming story about a group of blokes who go on a canoe adventure and NOTHING BAD HAPPENS AT ALL. Okay, look, a few bad things do happen. Some nice banjo work, though!
The Sopranos Complete Boxset (1st)
If you’re one of those “I’ve never watched The Sopranos” weirdos, BINGE has you covered because the entire (excellent) series is available for your viewing pleasure. Get into it like a tasty gabagool!
Wentworth Complete Boxset (1st)
The excellent Aussie series about life in a women’s prison is now complete and available for your binging pleasure. So kick back, pour yourself a Milo and drink in the tense, superbly acted drama.
What Happened, Brittany Murphy? (7th)
Heartbreaking and provocative two part docu-series about the tragic and mysterious death of Brittany Murphy. It veers towards the trashy side at times, but still an interesting viewing for fans of the enigmatic star gone too soon.
Amazon Prime Video
The Unholy (2nd)
Brand new horror flick about a disgraced journo who investigates a small town where certain miracles seem to be taking place. However, those miracles have a darker side and maybe don’t come from such a good place...
Tommy Little: I’ll See Myself Out (5th)
Looks like Amazon is getting into the stand up game with this latest special from Aussie Tommy Little. Expect laconic delivery, solid punchlines and some language that would probably upset that one religious aunt of yours.
Great White (7th)
Five people are marooned on a raft in the middle of a sea when a hungry great white shark lobs up for a cheeky nibble. Naturally our humans are less than delighted by this and fight for their survival.
The Big Leap (3rd)
Comedy drama series about a diverse group of people down on their luck who decide to try and change their fortunes by competing in a reality TV dance show. Simone Recasner, Scott Foley, Teri Polo and Piper Perabo star.
Taste the Nation With Padma Lakshmi (3rd)
Padma Lakshmi returns with a holiday edition of her show, where she samples holiday-specific cuisine from various locations. Sure to be a tasty treat for foodies or people too lazy to cook but enjoy watching the process.
In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ October 25-31.
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