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 September 6-12.


Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space (6th)

Join the crew of the SpaceX Dragon mission, Inspiration4, where four civilians travel to space for a three day trip. Sure, the celestial bodies are a life-changing sight, but you can’t get a good coffee anywhere up there tbh.

On the Verge (7th)

New Netflix show that follows the lives and loves of four women in their forties. Most notable because one of those women is the wonderful Julie Delpy (Before Sunset) and another is the transcendent Elizabeth Shue (The Boys)!

Alexia Landeau, Elizabeth Shue, Sarah Jones and Julie Delpy are On The Verge
Alexia Landeau, Elizabeth Shue, Sarah Jones and Julie Delpy are On The Verge of... greatness? A nervous breakdown? Watch the show to find out. Picture: Netflix

The Circle S3 (8th)

The Circle S3 is finally here, making fans shout for joy and those unfamiliar ask, “What exactly is this?” Well, it’s kind of a combination of Catfish and Big Brother but better than that sounds and weirdly addictive.

Into the Night S2 (8th)

The second season of the Belgian sci-fi sensation has arrived, and it’s sure to impress with its combination of big ideas and tense moments. Remember, people, stay away from the sun!


The Women and the Murderer (9th)

The amazing true story of how serial killer Guy Georges was brought down by the efforts of two women: a police chief and a victim’s mother. Sure to be a gripping watch, far stranger than fiction.

Kate (10th)

Fast-paced, kick-arse action flick about assassin Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) who, after being poisoned at work, has 24 hours to live and needs to find out who killed her and exact revenge. Crikey, that’s got to be worth an OH&S complaint!

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Kate on Netflix
Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) has a work complaint she'd like to discuss with HR. Picture: Netflix


Dead Pixels S2 (7th)

The engaging Pommy comedy about a group of gamers and their various adventures now has a second season. So if you’ve missed your fix of geek-based comedy, level up your joy and have a watch.

Wu Tang: An American Saga S2 (9th)

When too much Wu-Tang isn’t enough, you’ll get a second season of the boys who bring the motherflippin’ ruckus. Is this a fictionalised account of how the band really formed? Yes. Will super fans care? Probably not.

The 15:17 to Paris (9th)

Clint Eastwood directs this striking film about the true life terrorist attack… using actual people who were there in the true event as lead actors! It’s a fascinating idea that doesn’t always pay off, but a film well worth watching for the curious.


Vigil S1 (6th)

You can always depend on the Poms to make quality, engaging police procedural dramas and Vigil is the latest, greatest example. Follow a murder mystery that takes place in an unlikely place, the nuclear submarine HMS Vigil. Gripping stuff.

DCI Amy Silva (Suranne Jones)  BINGE
DCI Amy Silva (Suranne Jones) is about to get in way over her head in Vigil. Picture: BINGE

Impeachment: American Crime Story (8th)

Take a trip back to one of the most surreal incidents of the 1990s. Relive the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal, with A-list actors hopefully making the whole bizarre situation at least a little more bearable.

Gogglebox Australia S14 (11th)

Do you want to watch other Aussies watching telly and listen to what they have to say about the experience? Ya do? Well, crikey, we’ve some good news for you, then!

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LuLa Rich (10th)

Absolutely STUNNING four part documentary series about the entire bizarre fiasco of LuLaRoe and a massive scam that began with cheap leggings and ended in dozens of lawsuits, bankruptcy and heartbreak. Utterly addictive and compelling.

Deanne Brady and Mark Stidham in LuLaRich on Amazon Prime Video
Deanne Brady and Mark Stidham: legit business people or dodgy as hell? LuLaRich lays the case bare. Picture: Amazon Prime Video

The Voyeurs (10th)

Hey, remember when they used to make “erotic thrillers” like Basic Instinct and Bound? Well, they’re doing it again, this time with a fresh-faced new cast and loads of talent behind the camera. So if you’re into watching… maybe give it a shot?

Desperado (12th)

Look, if you don’t want to watch this 1995 film for the early work of director Robert Rodriguez, do yourself a favour and watch it for the steamy coupling of Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas. Steve Buscemi also stars (less steamy, but always awesome).


Doogie Kamealoha M.D. Premiere (8th)

Hey guys, remember how you were asking for a modern reboot of Doogie Howser, M.D.? What’s that? You didn’t? Well, uh, this is a bit awkward then because you’re totally getting one whether you like it or not. Soz.

Dollhouse S1+2 (8th)

Joss Whedon fans who are already feeling a bit awkward about the that whole thing can revisit this short lived series and go “oof” and “geez, that hasn’t aged well.” Still, Eliza Dushku’s performance remains superb and some of the more sci-fi focused episodes are decent.

9/11: One Day in America (11th)

This six episode series, using never before seen footage, showcases the real life horror that were the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Promises to be a quality, if not exactly easy, watch as we reach that dark day’s 20th anniversary.

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ August 30-September 5.

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