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

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Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV+ and Paramount+ that’s worth your time from May 30-June 5, 2022.


Borgen: Power & Glory (June 2)

Slick looking Danish thriller series with loads of political intrigue and, presumably, pensive pale people looking into the middle distance while sad music plays.

A scene from Borgen: Power & Glory.
Political intrigue and loads of cold weather come together in Borgen: Power & Glory. Picture: Netflix

Mr Good: Cop or Crook? (June 3)

Riveting docu-series about Norway’s top cop who was suspected of drug trafficking and the startling events that followed. You’d never see Constable Care getting up to that sort of shonky business!

A scene from Mr Good: Cop or Crook?
The look you give when you see your flatmate has left one of their short and curlies on the soap, seen in Mr Good: Cop or Crook? Picture: Netflix

Interceptor (June 3)

Best-selling Aussie author Matthew Reilly has made the leap into directing fillums and this here flick is his first effort. Looks to be chockers with kicking, punching and 'splosions, as one might expect.

A scene from Interceptor.
Director Matthew Reilly hopes Interceptor will punch, kick and explode its way into the audience's hearts. Picture: Netflix

Floor is Lava 2 (June 3)

Second season of the fun, silly game show. They should do a crossover for season 3 called The Floor is Cake. Giz a ping, Netflix, we’ve got sooo many golden ideas like that.

A scene from The Floor is Lava.
Who could've imagined the kid's game of The Floor is Lava would turn into this big Netty extravaganza? Picture: Netflix


The Midwich Cuckoos (June 2)

Based on the sci-fi classic book by John Wyndham (which also inspired Village of the Damned 1960 and 1995), this story of creepy alien kids should put a tingle up your spine.

A scene from the Midwich Cuckoos.
Yeah, nah, no doubt about it: that kid is defo an evil alien monster. Which is only slightly worse than a normal human kid tbh. Picture: Stan

P-Valley S2 (June 3)

The second season of the acclaimed drama about the people who work in an American strip club is here! Wonder what the “P” stands for. Probs not “potato”, hey?

A scene from P-Valley.
Not quite sure what's going on in P-Valley here, but that is a DANGEROUSLY severe level of side-eye being thrown about. Picture: Stan


The Wolf of Wall Street (June 1)

Look, you’ve probably seen it before, but it’s never a bad time to re-watch this deadset cinematic classic from Martin Scorsese. Plus, Margot Robbie’s breakthrough role!

Breeders S2 (June 3)

The second season of the dark comedy about popping out ruggies – starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard – is here to make you laugh and question your life choices.

Amazon Prime Video


The Boys S3 (June 3)

Look, this hyper-violent, foul-mouthed satire of the superhero genre starring Karl Urban isn’t for everyone, but for those of us who love these misanthropic antics? It’s absolutely diabolically entertaining. This season features Supernatural star, Jensen Ackles!

A scene from The Boys.
Well, well, well... it looks like The Boys are back in town. Absolutely f****** diabolical! Picture: Amazon Prime Video


Pistol (May 31)

Director Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire) brings a stylish, energetic looking series dramatising the Sex Pistols and the staggering impact they had on the UK in the 1970s.

A scene from Pistol.
The Sex Pistols get the fancy telly show treatment, courtesy of director Danny Boyle, in the much-anticipated Pistol. Picture: Disney+

Hollywood Stargirl (June 3)

One of those “follow your dreams” flicks about a young woman trying to make it big in Hollywood. Sequel to Stargirl (but not the one about the superhero lady).

A scene from Hollywood Stargirl.
Stargirl conquers Hollywood in the very appropriately named Hollywood Stargirl. Picture: Disney+

Apple TV+

Physical S2 (June 3)

Rose Byrne’s back in the second season of the divisive, but memorable, drama series that acts as a solid social satire. Worth a look if you’re after something a little darker than usual.


South Park: The Streaming Wars (June 1)

It’s another one of those movie-length South Park specials, this time with Matt and Trey aiming their parody cannon at the battles between the various streamers. Little doubt that this will be a hoot.

A scene from South Park: The Streaming Wars.
What's that? New South Park: The Streaming Wars special dropping soon? Screw you guys, we're staying home. Picture: Paramount+

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November May 23-29, 2022.

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