Natalie Madueño and Kenneth M Christensen in Those Who Kill

Those Who Kill

What? When 17-year-old Julie disappears from the streets of the Copenhagen suburb of Greve, investigator Jan Michelsen is the only one who believes she is still alive. Six months later, Jan recruits former criminal profiler Louise Bergstein to help solve the case, just as another woman disappears.

Why? This brand-new drama series is Danish crime noir at its best.

Who? The series stars Copenhagen natives Kenneth M Christensen and Natalie Madueño.

When? Full season available now.

For fans of Criminal Minds, Modus, Forbrydelsen

The cast of Les Misérables

Les Misérables

What? Considered one of the greatest novels of all time, Les Misérables tells the sprawling tale of love, death, and the struggle for social justice in early 19th century France through the interconnecting lives of members of the proletariat during the 1832 Paris uprising.

Why? It’s one of the world’s most beloved stories brought to life in a song-free, visually sumptuous adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece.

Who? The A-list cast includes Dominic West (The Affair), David Oyelowo (Selma), Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply) and Olivia Colman (Broadchurch).

When: Full season available now.

For fans of Vanity Fair, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Bleak House.

The Young Ones

The Young Ones

What? Follow the crazy and sometimes surreal comedic adventures of four very different students in Margaret Thatcher’s Britain.

Why? Perfectly encapsulating the culture wars and political angst of British youth in the 80s, this classic comedy is as hilarious today as it was when it first debuted. It’s one of the all-time classics of British comedy!

Who? Comedy legends Rik Mayall, Christopher Ryan, Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer play misfits Rick, Mike Vyvyan and Neil.

When? Full season available now

For fans of British comedy – A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Fawlty Towers, Monty Python.

Madeline Sami, Dean O'Gorman, Matt Minto and Xavier Horan in The Bad Seed

The Bad Seed

What? Based on a series of books by award-winning New Zealand author, Charlotte Grimshaw, The Bad Seed tells the story of two brothers from the same dysfunctional family who, having escaped the desperate days of their early childhood, find their newly ordered lives falling apart when one becomes a suspect in a murder.

Why? This gripping crime drama involves murder, betrayal and a tangled web of secrets all in one of Auckland’s wealthiest suburbs – culminating in a finale that will leave you breathless.

Who? It’s a who’s who of Kiwi actors including Matt Minto, Dean O’Gorman, Madeleine Sami and Xavier Horan.

When? Full season available now.

For fans of Broadchurch, One Of Us, Alibi.

Taskmaster Greg Davies and his assistant Alex Horne with the season 7 comedians


What? It’s the ultimate British game show! Every season five comedians must complete bizarre tasks for the merciless taskmaster Greg Davies and his assistant Alex Horne.

Why? It’s a seamless blending of comedy and problem solving that lets each comedian stamp their own unique brand of humour on the tasks – and it will have you in fits of laughter!

Who? The season 7 comedians were James Acaster, Jessica Knappett, Phil Wang, Kerry Godliman and Rhod Gilbert. But there’s also still time to catch season 6 comedians Alice Levine, Asim Chaudhry, Liza Tarbuck, Russell Howard and Tim Vine.

When? Seasons 6 and 7 are available now, with only a few weeks left to enjoy 6 before it disappears!

For fans of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier, The Russell Howard Hour.

Alexander Skarsgård, Florence Pugh and Michael Shannon in The Little Drummer Girl

The Little Drummer Girl

What? This deeply immersive thriller based on the John le Carré novel follows Charlie, a young, fiery but unfulfilled British actress who becomes entangled in a complex plot devised by a spy mastermind.

Why? It’s a tense and explosive story of espionage and high-stakes international intrigue where the lines between hero and villain and love and hate blur dangerously.

Who? Oscar-nominee Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, The Shape of Water), Emmy-winner Alexander Skarsgård (Big Little Lies) and newcomer Florence Pugh all turn in powerful, enthralling performances.

When? Full season available now.

For fans of Killing Eve, Mrs Wilson, Informer.

Josh Dallas in Manifest


What? This U.S. mystery drama follows the passengers on flight MA828, including siblings Ben and Michaela Stone. After their flight disappears only to return five years later after being presumed lost at sea, the passengers haven’t aged a day. But life has totally changed for the families they left behind. What happened to flight 828?

Why? It’s been described as Lost meets This Is Us – a sci-fi mystery with family drama at its heart! It’s also totally addictive and will keep you guessing, asking as many questions as it answers over the course of its first season.

Who? Josh Dallas (Once Upon A Time) and Melissa Roxburgh (Supernatural) play the Stone siblings Ben and Michaela.

When? Full season available now.

For fans of Lost, Fringe, The Passage.

Madeleine West, Annie Maynard, Isabella Giovinazzo and Olympia Valance in Playing For Keeps

Playing For Keeps

What? When a simple country girl joins the ranks of a group of wealthy Melbourne WAGs, she is plunged into a world of fame, fortune, celebrity – and maybe even murder.

Why? This Aussie series is sexy, soapy and totally addictive. It’s the scandal-filled drama you’ve been craving and it’s full of super sassy humour!

Who? You’ll recognise many of these Aussie actors like Madeleine West (Neighbours), Olympia Valance (Neighbours), Isabelle Giovinazzo (Home and Away), George Pullar (Fighting Season) and New Zealand’s own Miriama Smith (Filthy Rich).

When? Full season available now.

For fans of Flack, Bad Mothers.

Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor in Rosehaven


What? Set in a rural Tasmanian town, Daniel returns home to help his mother with her real estate business. But Daniel’s best friend Emma shows up on his doorstep and sets up camp, so the pair navigate the outrageous ups and downs of their new hometown together.

Why? This refreshingly unconventional Aussie comedy is full of quirky characters and small-town charm.

Who? Daniel and Emma are played by real-life best friends Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola.

When? All 3 seasons are available now.

For fans of 800 Words, Short Poppies.

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