Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 S2 (23rd)
The second season of the divisive animated series would actually be a great name for Elon Musk and Grimes’s third child. “Come here, SAC_2045, it’s time for your bath!”
Somebody Feed Phil S5 (25th)
Philip Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond) has a show where he goes to envy-inducing locations and is fed the best food imaginable. Phil, you are living the dream, mate.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Stranger Things 4 – Volume 1 (27th)
Hooly dooly, the first new Stranger Things since 2019 is finally here! The wait has been long and painful, but this new batch of episodes looks brilliant and will hopefully wipe the memory of some of S3’s dodgier moments.
Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic (23rd)
Just in case you weren’t sick of hearing about Joe Exotic, ol’ mate Louis Theroux is here for his own unique take on that whole caper.
From S1 (27th)
Creepy horror series about a small town you can never leave. A bit like the “Hotel California”, but with monsters. This looks like a must-watch for genre fans.
Yolo: Crystal Fantasy S1 (29th)
Hilarious, weird, trippy and SUPER Aussie animation from the mind of Michael Cusack (Damo and Darren). It’s niche, but brilliant for those who dig this kind of thing.
Silent Witness S25 (24th)
Crikey, TWENTY FIVE seasons and still going strong? The procedural forensic cop drama continues, which should delight its apparently voracious audience.
NCIS: New Orleans (24th)
Honestly, we didn’t even know this show existed. And there’s seven seasons of it! And it looks pretty decent, if you’re into the NCIS formula. Scott Bakula’s always a welcome face.
Amazon Prime Video
Kick Like Tayla (27th)
Fascinating looking doco about AFLW player and boxing champion Tayla Harris. Should be a ripper for those of a sporty persuasion.
Obi-Wan Kenobi S1 Eps 1-2 (27th)
It’s here, Star Wars nerds! The show that will either make you ecstatically happy or apoplectically angry. The rest of us will just enjoy Ewan McGregor and the space pew-pew stuff.
We Feed People (27th)
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard presents this heart-warming documentary about renowned chef and humanitarian José Andrés who feeds communities who’ve suffered through disasters. Looks wholesome.
Prehistoric Planet (27th)
David Attenborough, ol’ golden tonsils himself, takes his sonorous tones back to the Jurassic era in this spectacular looking nature study of prehistoric flora and fauna.
Tokyo Vice (24th)
Michael Mann presents this slick, engaging thriller based on the true story of American journalist Jake Adelstein who got dangerously involved with the Yakuza in Japan. Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe and Rachel Keller star.
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