Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from March 28-April 3, 2022.
Thermae Romae Novae (28th)
Based on the popular manga series, this animated Netflix adaptation will hopefully do better than their live-action version of Cowboy Bebop.
Mike Epps: Indiana Mike (29th)
Comedian Mike Epps returns to his hometown for an introspective evening of affable comedy and wry social observation. Fans will no doubt be tickled pink.
All Hail (30th)
This Argentinian comedy about a disgraced weatherman’s journey of self-discovery looks pretty fun! Warm chuckles and virtual tourism aplenty.
Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King (30th)
Eye-opening documentary about yet another crypto scam exposed, this time because of the unexpected death of Gerry Cotten. Fascinating stuff.
The Bubble (1st)
Judd Apatow returns with a meta-comedy about a big-budget Hollywood film being shot during COVID-19. Stars Karen Gillan, Fred Armisen, David Duchovny and Leslie Mann, and will no doubt be fun but about half an hour too long.
The Girl From Plainville (30th)
Hard-hitting dramatisation of the Michelle Carter case where a young man was convinced to commit suicide via text. Looks good, but sure to be a very disturbing watch. Elle Fanning stars.
Call the Midwife S9 (30th)
Call the Midwife delivers its bouncing NINTH season of human drama and social commentary. That is an impressive inning and no doubt your nan has watched every damn episode.
Escobar by Escobar (31st)
An intimate look at the infamous devil’s dandruff distributor, Pablo Escobar, through the eyes of his son, Juan Pablo, who became a target after his father died. THANKS A BUNCH, DAD.
Reopening Night (28th)
Heart-warming documentary that follows the cast and crew of the world-famous Public Theatre as they attempt to stage a Shakespeare play in New York, with the ever-present spectre of Covid looming.
Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart (31st)
Dr. Brené Brown leads an interactive experience through the experiences and emotions that make us human. Hopefully, there’s a lengthy segment on “hangry”.
The Center Seat: 55 years of Star Trek S1 (31st)
A behind-the-scenes look at the franchise that defined science fiction for so many and continues to make nerds apoplectically angry about unimportant minutiae on social media to this very day. Bless.
The Outlaws (1st)
Hilarious looking crime caper series created by Stephen Merchant (The Office) and starring the likes of Christopher Walken(!), Darren Boyd and Stephen Merchant himself. Could be a cracker.
Luxe Listings Sydney S2 (1st)
We reviewed the entertaining, if slightly safe, first season and now there’s more property porn for you to get home-toey over. If that’s your jam, please enjoy!
PICK OF THE WEEK
Moon Knight (30th)
The latest Marvel show is based on a WILD comic and stars current internet thirst trap Oscar Isaac as a superhero who might just be a little bit nuts. Ethan Hawke also plays a major role and this will likely be perfect for those who need a Marvel fix with a difference.
You’re the Worst S1-5 (30th)
Hey, it’s the underrated series about an on-again/off-again love affair between two truly toxic (but hilarious) people. Sharply written and oddly moving at times, well worth a squiz.
World’s Biggest Great White? / Worst Weather Ever? (30th)
Hey TV shows, please stop asking us questions. You’re the ones with all the information here. YOU tell US if the shark is the biggest, or the weather is the worst. Okay? Cheers ta.
Slow Horses (1st)
Incredible looking spy drama starring the great Gary Oldman, about a group of rejects in MI5. Also stars Olivia Cooke and the incredible Kristin Scott Thomas. This one’s going to be a must-watch.
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