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 27-October 3.

NETFLIX

Britney Vs Spears (28th)

A timely documentary about everyone’s favourite pop diva Britney Spears, who unfathomably, horribly, appears to have zero control over her own life. It’s weird to say all these years later, but it seems that “leave Britney alone!” kid was 100% correct.

Britney Spears
From tabloid punchline to people's champion, Britney Vs Spears will help get to the truth of this sad, weird story. Picture: Netflix

Attack of the Hollywood Cliches! (28th)

The brand new Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror, Death to 2020) is here and it’s a razor-sharp, witty examination of all those tired tropes that make you roll your eyes. Hosted by Rob Lowe, this looks to be funny, incisive stuff.

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Friendzone (29th)

Feelgood French comedy about a bloke who makes the valiant attempt to become more than just friends with his bestie. Sounds like a straight-to-DVD rom com from the 90s, to be honest, but it’s French so maybe it’s classier than it first appears?

No One Gets Out Alive (29th)

Pitch black, terrifying horror yarn based on a novel by Adam Nevill. The last horror flick adapted from a Nevill book was the deadset belter The Ritual (2017), so hopes are high this will be another superior spookshow.

No One Gets Out Alive
No One Gets Out Alive looks a bit like a dark reboot of "Not happy, Jan!" here. It probably isn't, though. Picture: Netflix

Diana: The Musical (1st)

You saw the start of her sad story in The Crown, now watch Princess Diana… the musical? Yes, you read that right, it’s the filmed version of the (soon to be) released Broadway musical and, honestly, we’re as curious as you are.

The Guilty (1st)

Jack Gyllenhaal stars in this edge-of-your-seat thriller about a 911 operator who becomes involved in a deadly situation. Directed by Training Day’s Antoine Fuqua, this is sure to be a compelling yarn with a great lead actor.

Maid (2nd)

After fleeing an abusive relationship, Alex (Margaret Qualley) starts cleaning houses to provide for her child. Quality drama series based on Stephanie Land’s memoir. Also stars Andie MacDowell and Nick Robinson.

STAN

Supernova (28th)

Beautifully observed, genuinely emotional portrait of a couple who go on a road trip as one of them begins to suffer from dementia. Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth star in this wonderful, if occasionally harrowing, quality drama.

Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth put on incredible performances in the heartbreaking Supernova. Photo: StudioCanal
Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth put on incredible performances in the heartbreaking Supernova. Photo: StudioCanal

Steven Universe: The Movie (28th)

Fans of the cartoon, both child and adult, will delight in this cinematic continuation of the Steven Universe erm… universe. Everyone else will probably be a little baffled, frankly, and that’s totally okay.

Silk Road (30th)

Fascinating crime thriller, and hard to believe true story, about a bloke who created a darknet website through which he could sell drugs. Jason Clarke and Nick Robinson star in this engaging yarn.

BINGE

Taskmaster S11 (28th)

It’s the eleventh season of the Pommy show about, erm, tasks and the mastering of them? Look, honestly, we know very little about this series, other than it’s a panel show co-hosted by Alex Horne and Greg Davies. Still, eleven seasons! It must be doing something right.

Vanderpump Rules S9 (29th)

Developed as a spin-off of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vanderpump Rules reaches its NINTH (!) season. So, you know, if that’s your jam you’re probably in for a treat. Plus, the rest of us can enjoy quietly judging you. WIN/WIN!

Vanderpump Rules returns for its NINTH season. Photo: Bravo
Vanderpump Rules returns for its NINTH season. Photo: Bravo

Making a Monster S1 (29th)

Fascinating and more than a little disturbing documentary about what it takes to make a serial killer. Features loads of interviews with the world’s leading forensic psychologists and psychiatrists. Gripping stuff to be watched with the lights on.

In the Same Breath (29th)

Intriguing, relevant and very concerning documentary about how the Chinese government turned the Wuhan cover-ups into a triumph for the Communist Party. Chilling investigative journalism here.

Amazon Prime Video

The Dry (30th)

Superb Aussie thriller with an amazing performance from Eric Bana. If you haven’t yet caught this one, do yourself a favour and make time for it. You can thank us later.

Eric Bana in The Dry
Eric Bana gives a stellar performance in The Dry. Photo: Roadshow Films

Mother! (30th)

Holy crap, this movie is insane! Directed by Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) and starring Jennifer Lawrence, this is a nightmarish fever dream of a movie that isn’t always easy to watch or understand, but manages to be gripping and memorable.

DISNEY+

Free Guy (29th)

Free Guy, a film we had some pretty excellent opinions about, is now here to watch on DISNEY+! Experience the wonderful pairing of Ryan Reynolds, Jodie Comer and Taika Waititi in a story that works way better than you might expect.

Ryan Reynolds in Free Guy
in Free Guy, Ryan Reynolds delivers his Ryan Reynoldsiest performance yet (and it's load of fun). Picture: DISNEY+

APPLE TV+

PICK OF THE WEEK

Foundation (Now)

Apple TV+ doesn’t release as many originals as the other streamers, but when they do? Hooly dooly, there’s some good stuff. Case in point, Foundation, based on the extraordinary novel series by Isaac Asimov. Superb world building, gorgeous vistas for the eyes and superb performances from Jared Harris, Lee Pace, Llou Llobell and Leah Harvey. Science fiction fans rejoice!

Foundation provides an excellent first season, and a strong beginning for an epic science fiction tale to come. Picture: Apple TV+
Foundation provides an excellent first season, and a strong beginning for an epic science fiction tale to come. Picture: Apple TV+

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ September 20-26.

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