Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from June 13-19, 2022.
Documentary about J-Lo featuring lots of J-Lo talking about J-Lo. Plus behind-the-scenes drama, triumphs, tribulations and so on. Looks a bit earnest but fans will no doubt eat it up.
Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin: Ladies Night Live (14th)
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin host a show where they highlight some of the overlooked women in the world of stand-up comedy. Looks like an absolute hoot if you’re keen for some comedy.
Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend (15th)
Iron Chef returns! One of the first, and best, competitive cooking shows is back with a fresh coat of paint and a bunch of other twists to the formula. Should make for a mouth-watering evening in front of the telly.
God’s Favourite Idiot (15th)
Melissa McCarthy stars with her real-life hubbie Ben Falcone in a comedy about a bloke who is, quite literally, the almighty’s most loved moron. Getting a kind of Bruce Almighty vibe from this one, which isn’t a bad thing.
Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (15th)
Hard-hitting, six-part documentary series about people who have fallen afoul of the many dodgy traps and twisted machinations that make up the modern internet. Crikey, good thing it’s in all of our homes, eh?
Miles Teller and Chris Hemsworth star in this action thriller about two inmates stuck in a prison run by a nutcase who experiments on his prisoners! Looks like an explosive, exciting good time.
The Lazarus Project S1 (16th)
Time loop thriller telly show that’s been getting a lot of positive buzz. Could be your next bingeable obsession once you’ve finished Stranger Things and Severance and Shining Girls and…
Rutherford Falls S2 (17th)
The second season of the comedy that we liked (but didn’t love) is here and will probably up the chuckles to go along with the already very clever and timely scripts. Defo worth checking out.
Child’s Play (19th)
Look, while this remake of the classic series wasn’t as charming as the original, it does feature Aubrey Plaza at her sarcastic best and plenty of on-screen gore and mayhem. And sometimes? That’s just what you need.
The Great Celebrity Bake Off S3 (13th)
Celebrities baking competitively! Okay, when you say it out loud it sounds pretty boring, but this show is an absolute delight. Perfect viewing for a cold Sunday afternoon with tea and cake.
Father of the Bride (2022) (16th)
Was the world crying out for a remake of the Father of the Bride series? Friends, it was not. However, Andy Garcia is always worth a gander and Gloria Estefan also stars so maybe have a squiz?
The Card Counter (16th)
Sentient thirst trap Oscar Isaac stars in this edgy drama from Paul Shrader (Taxi Driver, First Reformed) about an obsessive gambler. Tiffany Haddish and Willem Dafoe also star in this niche, but quality, piece of cinema.
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The Summer I Turned Pretty (17th)
Teen romance based on a popular book series features the usual love triangle, tortured romance, perfect summer and FEELINGS you’d expect from the genre.
The Lake (17th)
A warm and friendly family comedy about a man trying to reconnect with the teenage daughter he gave up for adoption and his perfect step-sister who could ruin it all. Looks to be likely to fill the Schitt’s Creek-sized hole in your heart.
Love, Victor S3 (15th)
The third and final season of the Love, Simon spinoff is here to offer laughs, heartbreak and (hopefully) closure to the acclaimed series.
Cha Cha Real Smooth (17th)
Dakota Johnson stars in this dramedy about a Bar Mitzvah host who strikes up a friendship with a young woman and her autistic daughter. This looks wry, well-observed and heartwarming.
Home S2 (17th)
Do you like perving on spectacular and ambitious architecture? You do? Well, Home’s second season is an absolute must-see for you.
Evil S3 (13th)
Here’s the underrated supernatural thriller about a psychologist who reluctantly teams up with a priest-in-training to fight the forces of, you guessed it, evil. Third season and still going strong, good time to jump on.
Drama about a group of professional gamers and the behind-the-scenes shenanigans as they compete to prove themselves on the world stage. Niche as hell, but nerds might be keen to have a gander.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Jerry & Marge Go Large (18th)
Real talk, we haven’t actually seen this yet, but when you combine Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in a true story about a married couple who uh… break bad and rip off the lottery, you know it’s going to be good. Rainn Wilson and Michael McKean also star.
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