Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from Jan 17-23 2022.
Too Hot to Handle S3 (19th)
Hey, remember that show where they fill a remote island full of beautiful people and then make them NOT root one another for cash prizes? Well, the third season of competitive monetized celibacy is here and uh, yeah. If that’s your jam, we’re not judging (we’re judging a little).
Heavenly Bites Mexico (19th)
Is there anything better than Mexican food? How about an entire telly show that explores the many and varied delicacies of that supreme cuisine, showcasing numerous dishes and mouth-watering yumminess. Watch it while inhaling a burrito or two.
The Royal Treatment (20th)
In this amiable-looking rom-com a New York hairdresser jumps at the chance to work at the wedding of a charming prince. Hmmm… we wonder if those two crazy kids will end up together? Guess you’ll have to watch the movie to find out!
Munich: The Edge of War (21st)
Sumptuous and elegant wartime drama flick that deftly blends fact with fiction, and features actors like Jeremy Irons and George MacKay. Quality stuff for those in the mood for something a little historical.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Ozark S4 (21st)
Ozark started off as a humble little show, often dubbed “Breaking Bad but worse”. However over the years it’s grown into a dark, dense and thrilling drama with some spectacular performances. The first seven (of fourteen) eps drop now in its fourth and final season. We can’t wait!
Living in Sin: Inside a Religious Reform School (18th)
Sobering look at an Indiana reform school where former students share true stories of emotional abuse in the name of religion. Not exactly a fun watch, but an eye-opening one.
Not enough people talk about this underrated Lars von Trier flick, starring Kirsten Dunst, and brimming with emotion, atmosphere and lots to say. Not an easy watch, but well worth the effort.
Billions S6 (23rd)
Billions drops its first Damian Lewis-free season and, honestly, we’re a little concerned. That said, we’ll give it a go, because Paul Giamatti is a wonderful force of nature and additional Corey Stoll is always a good thing.
Dirty John, The Dirty Truth (17th)
You listened to the podcast, you watched the dramatised TV show, now watch the documentary that digs even deeper into the life and loves of John Meehan aka Dirty John. True crime obsessives will not want to miss this.
Somebody Somewhere S1 (19th)
Finally, someone has given comedian, actress, singer and cabaret performer Bridget Everett her own show. Even better? It looks pretty damn great! Expect lots of chuckles and some moving, human moments.
The Coolangatta Gold (23rd)
Here’s a bit of beaut Aussie cinematic history here, a film about beach sports that actually started the iron man race that continues to this day. Plus, it was made in 1984 so AMAZING era-specific FASHUN is everywhere (although mainly budgie smugglers tbh).
Amazon Prime Video
As We See It (21st)
Charming looking drama about three flatmates who are all on the autism spectrum. We follow their lives and loves as they strive for connection and contentment. This looks quite delightful.
My Son (21st)
James McAvoy and Claire Foy star in this quality drama about parents of a kidnapped child and the effect it has on them. Gorgeous looking and moving, this may require tissues and a stiff drink.
Buckley’s Chance (22nd)
Kids film set in the Australian outback and starring the always delightful Bill Nighy. The critics hated it, just quietly, but you know something about film critics? They’re all monsters. Every. Single. One.
The Forever Purge (22nd)
The fifth film in the Purge series imagines America as a desolate landscape, brimming with dangerous nutbags and deadly violence. So, kind of a documentary then? Fans of wry, satirical (and very violent) dystopian gear will love this grim vision.
The World According to Jeff Goldblum S2 (19th)
You love him, we love him, everybody loves him. Jeff Goldblum returns for another amiable season of the veteran actor explaining stuff, exploring things and just being very himself to the delight of all.
The Hate U Give (21st)
Moving and hard-hitting drama based on the hugely influential YA book. This is a great flick with a lot to say and well worth your time.
Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock (21st)
Hey kids, remember Fraggle Rock? Probably not, hey. Well, regardless, it’s back on Apple TV+, and you can dance your cares away, worry’s for another day. Let the music play, down at Fraggle Rock. Good luck getting that out of your head.
Servant S3 (21st)
The hugely underrated, and absolutely twisted, horror series gets its third season. Expect hidden agendas, secret powers, possession, cults and more weird motherhood issues than a bagful of Rosemary’s Baby blu-rays. Compelling and compulsive stuff.
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