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 August 30-September 5.


Good Girls S4 (31st)

The final season of Good Girls is here and fans will bid a bittersweet farewell to this charming, consistently underrated crime/comedy series. Thanks so much, Christina Hendricks and Retta, you weren’t good, you were great.

Marie Kondo on Netflix
Marie Kondo's back with Sparking Joy and this time she's going to take your pile of dusty old trackie-daks! Picture: Netflix

Sparking Joy (31st)

Marie Kondo is back to force you to throw out your crap! Yes, the delightful diva of domestic disposal returns to gently make you wonder if you really need those sixteen boxes of shoes and that garbage bag full of comic books from the 1990s. You don’t, Susan. You just don’t.

Afterlife of the Party (2nd)

Victoria Justice stars in this supernatural comedy about a social butterfly who carks it and must right her many mortal wrongs in the afterlife. Adam Garcia and Midori Francis also star in this spirited film.

Afterlife of the Party on Netflix
Victoria Justice is dead and loving in Afterlife of the Party. Picture: Netflix

Q-Force (2nd)

They’re here, they’re queer (superspies), get used to it! Hilarious animation about a team of LGBTQ+ superspies offers bulk action, subversive humour and David Harbour! Not one to miss.

Worth (3rd)

Stunning drama/true story about a lawyer trying to get money for 9/11 victims. Starring Michael Keaton, Stanley Tucci, Amy Ryan and Marc Maron, this promises to be quality, gripping stuff.


Code 404 S2 (2nd)

The second season of the hilarious, underrated police procedural comedy/drama is finally here! Expect the familiar mix of dry British humour and wry observation. Starring Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays, this is well worth taking a chance on.


AP Bio S4 (3rd)

The fourth season of the not-quite-as-good-as-Ted-Lasso-but-still-worthy workplace comedy is here with its heady mix of gentle humour and social commentary. Glenn Howerton and the great Patton Oswalt star in this total charmer.

Billions S6B Mid season premiere (5th)

Hey, Billions is still a thing! The back half of season six is here with wealthy shark-eyed monsters being horrible to one another. Nothing about it should work and yet it’s utterly compelling. Starring Paul Giamatti, Damian Lewis, Maggie Siff, this is chockers with people you’ll love to hate.



What We Do in the Shadows S3 (3rd)

The third season of the spin-off telly show from the hilarious Taika Waititi vampire movie is here, and we could not be more delighted. More vamp banter, surprising cameos and subversive humour in a show that shouldn’t work at all yet punches consistently above its weight. If you’ve missed it so far, correct that quicksticks.

What We Do in the Shadows Kristen Schaal in Season 3
What We Do in the Shadows promises to bring more vampires, hilarity and Kristen Schaal in Season 3, Picture: BINGE

Amazon Prime Video

Cinderella (3rd)

Hey, it’s a brand new live action Cinderella! Starring Camila Cabello, Minnie Driver, Pierce Brosnan and Billy Porter, this is a fresh take on a very old favourite, featuring song, dance and lots of fun. Plus, you guys, Missy Elliot plays the Town Crier. Hook in, gang.


Only Murders in the Building (31st)

Some mad genius decided to team up comedy icons Steve Martin and Martin Short with Selena Gomez (!) in an hilarious comedy series about a group of people trying to solve a murder mystery in their apartment building. Huge early buzz on this one.

Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short in Only Murders in the Building
Selena Gomez, Steve Martin and Martin Short bring big laughs and tricky mysteries on Only Murders in the Building. Picture: DISNEY+

Dug Days Premiere (1st)

Fans of Pixar’s Up will likely be delighted to see the dog named Dug gets his own sequel/spin-off series. Still living with Carl, Dug will no doubt get into all manner of shenanigans in his never ending search for that elusive goal… squirrels!

Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles (3rd)

Look, it’s a Billie Eilish concert film (directed by Robert Rodriguez, no less!) so you know exactly if that appeals to you or not. No doubt the teens in the house will pop this on and watch it over and over. Why not mortify them all by singing along?

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ August 23-29.

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