Hank Hill enjoying a beer with the neighbours

King of the Hill
13 seasons available Monday 30 March

It was back in 1997 that we met Hank Hill, his family and neighbours in suburban Texas. Now we have every episode of this crack-up animated comedy from the creator of Beavis and Butthead coming to TVNZ OnDemand.

Hank is a straight-laced man of few words who does his best to teach his family – wife Peggy, son Bobby, and live-in teen Luanne – life lessons while also finding time to enjoy a beer with the neighbours.

It’s the perfect time to go back and remember all the reasons Hank became an icon in the first place.

The cast of Scrubs

9 seasons available Monday 30 March

This early 2000s comedy series is legendary for it’s quirky and often surreal sense of humour – and for making its star Zach Braff a household name.

Relive the hilarious and often bizarre experiences of fresh-faced medical interns John ‘J.D.’ Dorian, Chris Turk and Elliott Reid as they embark on their careers in a busy teaching hospital crammed full of unpredictable staffers and patients.

The impressive cast also includes Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Sarah Chalke, Neil Flynn and Christa Miller.

Mary-Louise Parker in Weeds

8 seasons available Saturday 25 April

Mary-Louise Parker stars in this Emmy-winning dark comedy drama which aired between 2005 and 2012.

Parker plays Nancy Botwin, a suburban housewife who faces both sudden widowhood and poverty after the death of her husband. She’s determined to do anything to keep her kids in their gated community, including taking a job as the neighbourhood pot dealer.

This subversive, satirical and hilarious series exposes the dirty little secrets that lie behind the pristine lawns and shiny closed doors of Agrestic, California.

Jerome Flynn, Matthew Macfadyen and Adam Rothenberg in Ripper Street

Ripper Street
5 seasons available Wednesday 1 April

Matthew Macfadyen stars in this action-packed and darkly funny crime drama set in the seething streets of Victorian London.

Haunted by his failure to catch Jack the Ripper, Macfadyen’s character Inspector Edmund Reid now heads up the notorious H Division, the toughest police district in the East End.

He and his sergeant, Bennet Drake (Game of Thrones’ Jerome Flynn) and American Captain Homer Jackson (Castle Rock’s Adam Rothenberg) are charged with bringing the law to the lawless on the blood-stained streets of Whitechapel.

Tatiana Maslany in Orphan Black

Orphan Black
5 seasons available Wednesday 1 April

We’re bringing you every episode ever of this addictive sci-fi thriller meets revenge drama!

After witnessing a strange suicide, Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) begins to unravel the secret of her own identity – she is a clone. But Sarah and her “test tube sisters”, all played superbly by Maslany, realise that there is somebody out there who will stop at nothing to cover it up...

Critically acclaimed and Emmy-winning, Orphan Black is a slick sci-fi drama with a whole lot of heart.

The cast of Revenge

4 seasons available Thursday 9 April

Head back to the exclusive world of the Hamptons with our vengeful queen Emily Thorne. Returning to the restricted circles of Hamptons high society under an assumed identity, Emily has one endgame – revenge.

It’s been 17 years since she saw her father framed for a horrific crime by his neighbours. Now she wants to bring the privileged lives of the wealthy Grayson family crashing down around them.

Starring Emily Van Camp (The Resident), Madeleine Stowe (The Last of the Mohicans) and Nick Wechsler (Roswell), this glossy drama is the ideal soapy binge watch.

Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis in Scream Queens

Scream Queens
2 seasons available Thursday 9 April

This killer series from the creators of Glee and American Horror Story is part black comedy, part slasher flick – and 100% over-the-top fabulous!

In this modern take on a classic whodunit, a devil-clad killer wreaks havoc across a university campus, just as the exclusive Kappa sorority house are forced to open their doors to all students, not just the silver-spooned elite.

Every character has a motive for murder in this US drama starring Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Nick Jonas and Ariana Grande.

Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd in Liar

Season 1 available now, season 2 available Wednesday 8 April

Before season 2 arrives in April, there’s still time to watch (or re-watch!) season 1 of Liar, the British drama that had everyone talking in 2018.

This captivating thriller from the creators of The Missing follows Laura (Downton Abbey’s Joanne Froggatt), a teacher who agrees to go on a date with suave surgeon Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd). But the next day, Laura and Andrew have different accounts of the night before. Who is telling the truth?

Season 2 picks up right where the first left off with (no spoilers) a whole new investigation about to begin.

Marshayla Christie as Lana in MEME

1 season available Friday 27 March

Is the #blessed life, the best life?

This new local black comedy from the makers of Friday Night Bites is about social status and fame, seen through the eyes of a teen starting her last term at high school.

Lana is a normal teen, staging bizarre photo-ops and following whatever the cool kids are doing online.

But when she is inadvertently humiliated by social influencer Sandi, Lana will discover how far she is willing to go to be number one.

Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honourable Woman

The Honourable Woman
1 season available Wednesday 1 April

Oscar-nominated actor Maggie Gyllenhaal stars in this fast-paced political thriller as Nessa Stein, a powerful Anglo-Israeli businesswoman who works tirelessly for peace in the Middle East.

But she also harbours a dark secret from her time held hostage in Gaza eight years earlier that threatens to blow apart her world and all that she has fought for.

In a world of conspiracy and espionage, Nessa must right the wrongs of the past.

Martin Compston and Douglas Henshall in Line of Duty

In Plain Sight
1 season available Wednesday 1 April

This British crime drama miniseries is based on the chilling true story of Detective William Muncie’s (Outlander’s Douglas Henshall) dogged battle to bring arrogant serial killer Peter Manuel (Line of Duty’s Martin Compston) to justice.

The trial and execution of Manual, was a media sensation in 1958, attracting worldwide press attention. Never before had one man been tried simultaneously for eight murders.

This gripping drama explores the killer’s personal vendetta against the policeman on his trail.