With so many programs and movies to select from on Australia’s major streaming services, it can often be tough to discovering the very best new things that’s been included each week.
In an effort to make things easier, every Monday we’ll be hand-picking the very best new shows and films that are contributed to Aussie streaming platforms every week, covering the likes of Netflix, Disney Plus, Binge, Stan and Amazon Prime Video.
Below, you’ll discover a list of this weekend’s highlights, separated by streaming service, with binge-worthy new programs sitting together with some terrific big-budget brand-new movie arrivals– and a couple of oddball dark horse entries, just for some range.
This week is rather packed in terms of brand-new releases, with some incredibly high-profile programs and films to look forward to. Here are our streaming selects for week of August 31 to September 6, 2020.
I’m Considering Ending Things (Movie– offered September 4)
From the imaginative mind of Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Enternal Sunlight of the Pristine Mind) comes I’m Considering Ending Things, a film that’s takes the filmmaker’s unmistakable mind-bending style into darker area. Based on Iain Reid’s well-known book, the film sees a girl (Jessie Buckley) accompany her sweetheart (Jesse Plemons) to fulfill his household for the very first time. From the start, something feels extremely off about these people …
Chef’s Table: BARBEQUE (TV series – all episodes offered September 2)
Does the idea of slow-cooked ribs and brisket make your mouth water like Mark Zuckerberg when he’s near a bottle of Sugary food Baby Ray’s? You’re going to enjoy the latest instalment of Netflix’s wonderful Chef’s Table series, which is committed completely to different types of BARBEQUE from around the globe. Better get your bib ready …
Amazon Prime Video
The Boys: Season 2 (TELEVISION Series– all episodes readily available September 4)
Probably the best superhero program on tv, The Boys returns for its highly prepared for 2nd season, and early word has it that it’s even much better than the very first. Following on from last season’s bombshell reveal regarding the wife of Billy Butcher (Karl Urban), the young boys increase their war on the ‘supes’. For them, they have a new (and exceptionally unstable) supe to deal with in Stormfront (Aya Cash).
Disney’s Mulan (Motion picture– available to purchase from September 4)
It’s main– the live-action Mulan is avoiding theatres completely to debut on Disney Plus, however it’ll cost a large premium of AU$3499 on top of your month-to-month subscription fee to watch it. Luckily, this purchase, which Disney is calling Best Access to Mulan, will be permanently tied to your Disney Plus account, indicating you’ll be able to view it as sometimes as you like (so long as you’re still registered for the service).
Doom Patrol (TELEVISION series– all episodes readily available September 2)
The surprise hit of DC’s original television lineup, Doom Patrol is a wacky superhero reveal about a group of castaways who were united under the assistance of a mad scientist (Timothy Dalton). A funny comics series for grownups, Doom Patrol’s 2nd season looks even crazier than the first (in a good way).
Power Book II: Ghost( TELEVISION Series– Season 1, Episode 1 available September 6)
Getting after the shock ending of Power’s 6th season, Power Book II: Ghost takes the story in a completely brand-new direction, acting practically as an entirely new series that’s set in the very same universe. In Ghost, we follow Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) as he browses his new life while attempting to shed his father’s tradition. That stated, he’ll stop at nothing to secure his family.