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

Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from May 16-22, 2022.


Love on the Spectrum US (18th)

It’s the US adaptation of the heart-warming Aussie hit about people on the autism spectrum looking for love and, in some cases, finding it. Really beautiful stuff.

Netflix's Love on the Spectrum
Love on the Spectrum (US) hopes to turn the Aussie hit into a heart-warming global sensation. Picture: Netflix

Who Killed Sara? S3 (18th)

Three seasons and they still haven’t found out who killed Sara? I mean, come on, guys, you need to knuckle down and sort this situation out.

Who Killed Sara?
Always nice to have French actor Jean Reno lob up in Who Killed Sara? Picture: Netflix

The G Word with Adam Conover (19th)

Adam Conover (of Adam Ruins Everything fame) is here with a brand new Netflix show in which he explores the various nuances of American government. Except, you know, funny. Worth a squiz.

The G Word with Adam Conover
The G Word with Adam Conover brings VERY BIG PROPS back to the world of political comedy and you love to see it. Picture: Netflix

The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib (19th)

So this is a spin-off series, from the popular Boss Baby movies, and it involves one of the characters being framed for embezzlement? Getting a lot of Boss Baby vibes from this...


Love, Death and Robots S3 (20th)

Third season of the tremendous animated anthology show that features short, punchy sci-fi stories, usually with clever twists, and beautiful, memorable imagery. Great stuff for nerds or the nerd adjacent.

Love, Death & Robots
Love, Death & Robots returns for more colourful, exciting, bizarre and mind-blowing visions of possible futures. Picture: Netflix


Anh’s Brush with Fame S2-3 (18th)

The feel-good series where artist Anh Do has a beaut chinwag with a celebrity while painting them is an absolute must-watch. Just a wholesome treat you could watch with your nan.

Angelyne S1 (20th)

It’s the limited series adaptation of the true story of the woman who was famous-for-being-famous in the 1980s. A true influencer before her time. The show looks fab.

Emmy Rossum as Angelyne in this limited series of a woman who was famous for being famous. Photo: Stan

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars S7, Eps 1-2 (20th)

Tuck away those blues, because the new season of Drag Race All Stars is here with all the FASHUN, double entendres and D-RAAAAAAAAAAAA you can handle. And we know you can handle A LOT.



The Time Traveler’s Wife S1 (16th)

The second adaptation of the ridiculously popular novel (the first being the 2009 Eric Bana/Rachel McAdams flick) is here and it’s quite charming, albeit messy at times. Lots of nude Theo James, though… so, you know, swings and roundabouts.

The Time Traveller's Wife
Theo James and Rose Leslie class up the joint with some genuinely sweet romantic moments in the patchy but very entertaining The Time Traveller's Wife. Picture: BINGE

Legendary S3 (19th)

The third season of the competitive voguing show is here to make your telly just that little bit more fabulous. Strut!

Legendary S3
Legendary S3 should give you plenty of inspo for casual around-the-house/office outfits. Picture: BINGE

Pokémon Detective Pikachu (21st)

This is the movie where Ryan Reynolds plays Pikachu who is, um, solving a murder mystery. Honestly, we thought we dreamt this movie when drunk one night but apparently it's real. So... enjoy?

Amazon Prime Video

Conversations With Friends (16th)

Another show based on the novel by Sally Rooney (Normal People), this looks like a decent drama/romance with loads of good looking people pining for one another and whatnot.

Conversations with Friends
Conversations with Friends promises more of the chatty, grounded romance you enjoyed in Normal People. Picture: Amazon Prime Video

Lovestruck High (18th)

A bunch of adult Poms are taken to a fake US High School where they pretend to be students and date one another. Seriously wondering how “high” the producers were to come up with this concept tbh.

Night Sky S1 (20th)

Intriguing looking sci-fi drama starring the great JK Simmons and Sissy Spacek as an older couple who hide a portal to another planet in their backyard. Could be a cracker!

Night Sky
Honestly, we'd watch JK Simmons chatting to a goat for ten episodes. So Night Sky is going to be an absolute must watch! Picture: Amazon Prime Video


The Valet (20th)

Sweet-looking romcom about a valet who is asked to play a famous Hollywood actress's boyfriend for various farce-related reasons. Samara Weaving stars and we love her.

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (20th)

This is a weird and wild mix of animated film and live action, with the voice talents of Andy Samberg, John Mulaney, Seth Rogen, JK Simmons and many more. Looks bizarre but fun. Like a modern Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers
Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers is bringing the weird meta commentary and a star studded cast to the telly. Picture: Disney+

Apple TV+

Now & Then (20th)

Slick and engaging looking bilingual thriller about a group of friends who are haunted by an accident and may pay the price twenty years later. Could be a belter.

Now & Then
We were probs going to watch Now & Then anyway, but the inclusion of Rosie Perez just seals the deal. Picture: Apple TV+

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November May 9-15, 2022.

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