Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, Binge, Disney + and Amazon Prime that’s worth your time from May 23-31.
Master of None (Season 3) (23rd)
The third season of the sporadic charmer (mostly) moves Dev Patel (Aziz Ansari) from centre stage to behind the camera, and refocuses on his gay bestie Denise (Lena Waithe). It’s a bold experiment, but can they pull it off? Find out when all five episodes drop on the 23rd.
Nail Bomber: Manhunt (26th)
Harrowing documentary about multiple bombings in London in 1999, when a far-right extremist targeted various minorities. Gripping stuff about a case that doesn’t seem to get discussed anymore. May need to be watched with wine and emotional support animals.
Ragnarok (season 2) (27th)
Second season of the Norwegian TV show involving Norse mythology in a modern setting. They’re hoping it’s a... Loki success.
Lucifer (season 5B) (28th)
Originally slated to be the final season, Lucifer will actually end with a sixth block of episodes (as yet undated). Still, the second half of the fifth season is going to be a grand time with Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) getting into a stoush with God himself, the little scamp!
The Kominsky Method (season 3) (28th)
Third season of the underrated “grumpy old men” comedy starring the delightful Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas. Expect plenty of salty banter and complaints about lower back pain!
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties (31st)
It’s new trashy reality telly! Coming off a bit like Selling Sunset meets Emily in Paris, The Parisian Agency follows the Kretz family and their luxury in the city of lights. Expect plenty of property perving goodness and (hopefully) D-RAMAAAA.
The Bold Type (Season 5, episode 1) (27th)
The magazine based dramedy consistently falls under most people’s radar, but it’s got five seasons under its belt so it must be doing something right!
This punk rock reimagining of one of Disney’s most notorious villains, Cruella de Vil, has to be one of the studio's weirdest flexes. That said, it stars Emma Stone and was helmed by Craig Gillespie - the Aussie bloke who directed I, Tonya - so it’s almost certainly worth a look.
Did you know they made a TV continuation of The Mighty Ducks movie series? Well, they did! They even managed to get Emilio Estevez to come to the party. Why not kick back and enjoy the entire first season of this bit of nostalgia bait done right?
Friends: the Reunion (27th)
Also known as “The One Where They Get Back Together”, this much anticipated special promises to be a funny, heart-warming look back at a sitcom classic. Featuring the entire main cast of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer this is the first time the gang’s been together in the same room in nine years! You can also expect celebrity special guests like Justin Bieber, Cara Delevingne, Lady Gaga and Malala Yousafzai!
Selena + Chef: Seasons 1+2 (23rd)
One of the more charming projects that came out of quarantine, Selena + Chef features pop star Selena Gomez learning how to cook fancy dishes from a different celebrity chef every episode. It’s actually pretty engaging and provides a lowkey good time. Plus, you might learn a thing or two and stop ordering from Uber Eats every night!
“I can’t believe they made another season of this show about plastic surgeries gone wrong”, you’ll say as you sit down in front of the episode with a big bowl of buttered popcorn. Yeah, we see you. No judgement, we’ll be doing the same.
Grand Designs New Zealand (season 6) (27th)
If you run out of episodes of the UK Grand Designs, Grand Designs Revisited and Grand Designs Australia, it’s good to know you’ll still have Grand Designs New Zealand to watch with your mum when you pop over for tea. Ogling someone else’s house has never been so charming.
Delilah (season 1) (31st)
Fresh from the Oprah Winfrey Network, Delilah tells the story of a formerly high-paid lawyer who now fights for the disenfranchised. Expect lots of feel-good moments, inspirational speeches and enjoyable legal drama.
Panic (season 1) (28th)
Stylish-looking Young Adult thriller about what teens from a small town will do to escape their humdrum existence. The answer is: quite a lot.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Ru Paul’s Drag Race Down Under (Streaming now on Stan)
Just in case you missed it, Ru Paul has come to Straya! Expect the same mix of double entendres, fierce competition and tucking antics, but now in Australian and New Zealand accents! This season some of these queens are mean and we can’t wait to see who ends up on top.
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