Best streaming service in July 2024: what to subscribe to this month

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With the cost of living in Australia at an all-time high, many of us have found it necessary to cut back on spending wherever they can – and subscription streaming services have found themselves one of the first items on the chopping block.

Making matters worse, several of Australia's top streamers have raised their prices over the last year, making the prospect of simply cancelling all our subscriptions all the more tempting.

That said, we're of the opinion that you shouldn't have to cut entertainment out of your life entirely – the best course of action is to simply pause your subscriptions during content-light months and reactivate when there's plenty of good stuff to watch.

Our money-saving advice? Stick to one or two active subscriptions per month and make sure they've got plenty of new shows and movies to keep you entertained during that time. 

Of course, keeping track of everything that's coming out on all the services is no small task. Luckily, we've done the hard work for you.

We've sifted through release schedules for Netflix, Disney Plus, Binge, Foxtel Now, Stan, Apple TV Plus and Amazon Prime Video so that we can hand-pick the service most worthy of your hard-earned dollars this month.

So which streamer takes that honour this month?

Best streaming service for July 2024: Stan

Our pick for the best Australian streaming service to subscribe to in July 2024 is Stan. 

We’ve picked Stan this month due to its diverse lineup of new content. Leading the lineup is the highly anticipated  “A Good Girl's Guide to Murder" TV series which is sure to captivate both fans of the popular book, and anyone who likes a good crime thriller. 

Additionally, Stan has secured the complete collection of Friends seasons 1-10, along with the much-celebrated Friends Reunion, which was previously only available on Binge and Foxtel in Australia.

Also premiering this month is the Stan-exclusive post apocalyptic horror movie Arcadian, starring Nicolas Cage, adding a thrilling cinematic experience to Stan’s impressive July catalogue. 

This month's highlights

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder: Season 1 Premiere

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TV Show - Available July 1

Based on the best selling mystery thriller by Holly Jackson, the TV adaption of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is coming to Stan this July. School student Pip Fitz-Amobi (Emma Myers) takes it upon herself to look into the murder of her former classmate Andie Bell, who was killed five years prior. The victim’s boyfriend was blamed, but Pip isn’t so sure that’s what happened. Whether you’ve read and loved the book or just want to binge a new crime thriller, this six part series looks just as gripping and intriguing as the novel it’s based on.

Friends Season 1 - 10 and Friends: The Reunion 

TV Series - Available July 1

Timeless sitcom Friends is set to hit Stan this month. The 10-season series featured over 230 episodes and they'll all be available to binge on Stan from July 1. While the show is already available on other streaming platforms in Australia, Stan is one of the only platforms where fans can also watch Friends: The Reunion, which originally aired in 2021. So get ready to get nostalgic for the 1990s and 2000s with the Friends cast, as well as hear them discuss their experiences and time on the show with host James Cordon almost 20 years after the final episode was released. 

Arcadian

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Movie - Available July 20

Based on the screenplay by Michael Nilon, this post-apocalyptic action horror film starring Nicolas Cage is set to premiere exclusively on Stan on July 20. If you’re an action/horror fanatic or a Nicholas Cage fan, this film is for you. Set in the near future after earth has been decimated, Paul (Nicholas Cage) and his sons (Jaeden Martell and Maxwell Jenkins) face terror and near death when ferocious creatures awaken. Be warned, this film is not going to be for the faint of heart. 

Other streaming highlights for July

If the above line-up doesn’t tickle your fancy, here’s a quick breakdown of some of the exciting shows and movies coming to the other major streaming platforms this month.  

Netflix

Cobra Kai: Season 6 Part 1 - July 18

The popular action packed and nostalgic TV show, Cobra Kai is a sequel to The Karate Kid movies, with the story taking place decades after the original films. The series follows the lives of former karate kid rivals Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso as they reignite their old rivalry and navigate their adult lives. The sixth and final season of Cobra Kai consists of 15 episodes and will be released in three parts of five episodes each, with the first five dropping on July 18. 

Elite: Season 8 - July 26

The Netflix Original Spanish scripted thriller set in a private school kicked off with a murder in the first season. Now, seven seasons later, Las Encinas will open its doors one last time, so don’t miss out on the final eight episodes full of corruption, secrets and rivalries. 

Simone Biles Rising - July 17

A documentary about world famous olympic gymnast Simone Biles is dropping on streaming giant Netflix later this month. The four part series follows Biles as she trains for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and simultaneously balances her personal life and mental health. The inspiring story about a successful young athlete and female role model is sure to be a must watch.  

Binge

Relax, I’m From The Future - July 10

The 2023 Canadian sci-fi comedy film is coming to Binge this July. Telling the story of a man from the future who’s now trapped in the past, find out how dopey, bumbling time traveller Casper (Rhys Darby) tries to adapt to his new life in the present day. 

The Twelve: Season 2 - July 11

The Twelve is an Australian made legal drama that’s exclusive to Binge and returning for its second season this year. The first season focussed on 12 ordinary Australians who are selected for jury duty in a murder trial. The series delved into the personal lives and jackgrounds of the jury members as well as the complexities of the legal system and human emotions. Season 2 is set to be similar, exploring the lives of 12 new jury members who are faced with another complex legal case. 

Miller’s Girl - July 15

A new erotic thriller film starring Jenna Ortega and Martin Freeman is coming. Set in a university, the movie explores the inappropriate relationship between a young girl and her teacher. It also delves into uncomfortable themes such as power dynamics and the blurred lines between victim and perpetrator. The film may not be an easy watch and may make viewers uncomfortable, but it encourages watchers to question the motives and actions of its characters and reflects the anxieties surrounding the #MeToo movement. 

Amazon Prime

The Boys: Season 4

The first five episodes of Season 4 of the popular superhero action series were released on Amazon Prime last month. The final two episodes of the season, episodes six and seven will be available on July 4 and July 11, so you won’t have to wait much longer before finding out what’s happening with the rogue superheroes. 

Those About to Die - July 19

The new historical drama series from Peacock TV is about the corrupt, spectacle-driven gladiator competitions in Ancient Rome. The 10 part series is set to hit Amazon Prime this July and is perfect for lovers of Roman history, action fanatics or those who love a bit of blood and gore.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare - July 25

This 2024 spy action comedy by Guy Ritchie is set during World War II and is inspired by true events recently uncovered in declassified files from the British War Department. It tells the story of a top secret clandestine combat unit created by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The unit is made up of highly skilled soldiers including Gus March-Phillipps (played by Henry Cavill) who use their military skills to strike against German forces behind enemy lines. Their unconventional techniques and irregular warfare helped to change the course of the war. 

Disney+

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted: Season 4 - July 3

The National Geographic series about chef Gordon Ramsay and his journeys around the world is about to return for a fourth season. Having already ventured to exotic places such as the Secret Valley of the Incas in Peru, Istria, Croatia and more, there’s no guaranteeing where Ramsay will take us next. 

Descendents: Rise of the Red Premiere - July 12

The fan-fiction story based on the Descendants franchise is coming to Disney Plus this July. Exploring the lives of the children of some of Disney’s most infamous villains, this season is about The Queen of Hearts’s rebellious daughter, Red, and Cinderella’s perfectionist daughter, Chloe, who join forces and go back in time to try to stop traumatic events from occurring. 

Sharkfest - July 1

National Geographic’s Sharkfest is a four week event that started on June 30. From July 1, Sharkfest will be available to stream on Disney Plus, so get excited to watch a whole range of shark content, including Shark Attack 360, The Secret Life of Baby Great White Sharks, Supersized Sharks and more. 

Previous month's picks

Best streaming service for June: Binge

Below Deck Mediterranean - Season 9

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TV Show - Available June 4

Below Deck Mediterranean is almost back and this season is set to be even better than the previous one which fell short in a lot of viewers' eyes. From the trailer, it looks like it’s going to be an exciting few episodes, with Captain Sandy proposing to her now wife and the return of fan favourite Aesha who is coming back as Chief Stew. Get ready to sit back and indulge in another dramatic instalment of Below Deck Med! 

Raised on Dance Moms: The Reunion

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TV Show - Available June 12

Five years have already passed since the last season of Dance Moms premiered and for those of us who were literally raised on the show, the prospect of a Dance Moms reunion is super exciting! While it’s been reported that controversial dance teacher Abby Lee Miller herself will not be participating, many fan favourites have been confirmed, including Jojo Siwa, Chloe Lukasiak, Brooke and Paige Hyland and Kenall Vertes and all of their moms! There’s sure to be lots of gossip spilled, as well as brand new drama as we see how the series’ stars have grown and changed since the show ended. 

House of the Dragon - Season 2

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TV Show - Available June 17

If you haven’t already heard of the HBO phenomenon, House of the Dragon, where have you been? The Game of Thrones spin off won hearts around the world with its first season, with the final episode getting approximately 9.3 million viewers across all platforms. The good news for fans is that Season 2 is almost among us! Episode 1 will be released on Binge on June 17, with a new episode landing each week for the following 7 weeks.  

Colin From Accounts - Season 2

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TV Show - Available June 27

The Australian-made Logie award-winning comedy series is returning for a second season. If you’re craving some classic Aussie humour, stay tuned because Season 2 of Colin From Accounts is almost here and according to reviews, it’s just as sweet, sassy and obscene as ever. Follow the adventures of lovebirds Ashley and Gorden and their wheelchair-using dog Colin as they continue to be faced with relatable and hilarious dilemmas. 

Other streaming highlights for June 2024

If the above line-up doesn’t tickle your fancy, here’s a quick breakdown of some of the exciting shows and movies coming to the other major streaming platforms this month.  

Netflix 

Tour de France: Unchained (Season 2) - June 11

Cycling fans, Season 2 of Tour de France: Unchained is coming. Launching just ahead of the start of this year's race, this season will showcase behind the scenes footage of the 2023 competition. The trailer teases that this season will lean into the more controversial aspects of the personalities who took part in the 2023 tour, as well as show replays of the big crashes that occurred. 

Bridgerton (Season 3 Part 2) - June 13

Part 2 of Bridgerton Season 3 is set to hit Netflix this month. Following on from Part 1 which was released in May, find out how the love story between Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington ends. 

Trigger Warning - 21 June

A new Netflix Original film starring Jessica Alba, this action thriller follows a special forces commando who takes over her father’s bar after his sudden death. Her search to find out what happened to him finds her face to face with a violent gang. 

Stan

Priscilla - June 1

The 2023 biopic about Priscilla Presley, Elvis’s child bride, is set to hit Stan this month. Directed by Sofia Coppola, it depicts the story of how Priscilla (played by Cailee Spaeny) and Elvis (played by Jacob Elordi) first met, and gives viewers an insight into the dynamics of their turbulent marriage. 

Trailblazers - June 4

If you loved watching the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and supporting the Matilda’s, this documentary is for you. This celebratory documentary by Stan looks into the history of the Matilda’s and how they became the first Australian football team in history to make it to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Semi-Finals. The documentary features interviews with past Matilda’s stars including Karen Menzes and Julie Dolan and of course current players like Sam Kerr, Mary Fowler, Steph Catley and more. 

Hotel Cocaine - June 17

From the co creator of Narcos comes a new Stan Original Series set in the Miami cocaine scene in the late 1970s and early 80s. Follow the adventures of Roman Compte, general manager of Miami’s Mutiny hotel which was the centre of the drug scene and was often frequented by narcos, federal agents, celebrities and businessmen. 

Amazon Prime Video

I Am: Celine Dion - June 25

The new documentary about Celine Dion tells the emotional story of the singer’s struggles with a life altering illness (Stiff Person Syndrome). Serving as a love letter to her fans, the documentary features raw footage and interviews with the singer as she explains how she managed to get through her struggles and the music that helped guide her. 

My Lady Jane - June 27

Unlike the story we know of Lady Jane Grey who was Queen of England for only nine days before she was beheaded by her husband King Henry VIII, this tale is quite different. Based on the best selling book by Cynthia Hand, this series tells the reimagined, uplifting story of what could have happened to Lady Jane Grey if she had the chance to live. 

Federer: Twelve Final Days - June 20

Tennis fans, get ready to get a glimpse into the final 12 days of Roger Federer’s tennis career. This documentary was originally meant to be a home video, not intended for public viewing but we are lucky enough to be granted access to a look into the final days of Federer’s career. The documentary captures Federer at his most vulnerable and also includes interviews with famous friends and rivals including Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. 

Disney+

Becoming Karl Lagerfeld - June 7 

This six part mini series tells the story of fashion designer Karl Lagerfield and how he rose to fame. The story starts in 1972 when Lagerfield was just starting out and he falls in love with Jacques de Bascher. This romance helps him decide that he is ready to take on his friend and rival Yves Saint Laurent’s Pierre Berge. 

Doctor Who (Season 14) - June 7

New episodes of Doctor Who Season 14 are coming to Disney+ this month. Episodes 6 will be available on June 7, episode 7 a week later on June 14 and episode 8 on June 21. Stay tuned for the latest episodes with Ncuti Gatwa playing The Doctor and Millie Gibson playing Ruby Sunday. 

Star Wars: The Acolyte - June 4 (First 2 episodes) 

Created by Leslye Headland and based on Star Wars by George Lucas, this new series is about a Jedi Master, (Lee Jung-Jae) who investigates a shocking crime spree which results in him being pitted against a dangerous warrier from his past (Amandla Stenberg). The two travel down a dark path and come face to face with sinister forces. The first two episodes will be available June 4 with new episodes dropping weekly after that. 

Best streaming service for May 2024: Netflix

Selling the OC (Season 3)

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TV Show - Available May 3

Season 3 of reality TV’s favourite real-estate program is almost here. Brett and Jason Oppenheim will return with their team of realtors, ready to make more deals and more money, and as always, there will be some juicy drama.  

Unfrosted

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Movie - Available May 3 

This comedy film by Jerry Steinfeld tells the (somewhat true) story of the creation of America’s favourite breakfast delicacy, the Pop-Tart. Follow the journey as two cereal giants, Kelloggs and Post, race to create a new breakfast pastry that will change the world. This film also has an all star cast, including Melissa McCarthy, Amy Schumer and Hugh Grant to name a few. 

Bridgerton (Season 3, Volume 1)

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TV Show - Part 1 available May 16

One of Netflix’s most popular Original Series, Bridgerton is back for a third season. Following the huge success of seasons one and two, season three will tell the much-anticipated story of Penelope and Colin as they finally find love. Part one is made up of four episodes which will be released on May 16 and part two will be available a month later on June 13. Get ready to reimmerse yourself in the glitz and glamour of the Regency Era in England. 

Atlas 

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Movie - Available May 24 

Sci-fi fans get ready: a new action film featuring Jennifer Lopez is set to hit Netflix later this month. Lopez plays the role of a government analyst who doesn’t trust artificial intelligence, but is forced to confront her fears in order to save the future of humanity when she finds herself stranded on a far off planet. 

Other streaming highlights for May 2024

If the above line-up doesn’t tickle your fancy, here’s a breakdown of some of the other exciting shows and movies coming to the other major streaming platforms this month.  

Stan

The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Season 1) - May 2

A new adaption of the best selling novel is being released as a six part series on Stan. Follow the heartbreaking story of Lali Sokolov and Gita at the Auschwitz concentration camp. 

Hacks (Season 3) - May 3

The much loved Stan comedy about an interesting mentorship between  comedian Debora Vance and 25-year-old aspiring writer Ava is back for a third season. 

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars (Season 9) - May 18

A brand new season featuring fan-favourite drag queens is coming this month! Get ready for another fabulous season where the queens do whatever it takes to make it to the Drag Race Hall of Fame. 

Binge

Inside the Shein Machine - May 1

Investigative journalist Iman Amrani immerses herself in the world of fast fashion giant Shein, exploring how the company works and the impact it has on society and the environment in this must-see documentary. 

Barbie - May 8

If you’re among the few people who haven’t yet seen Barbie and don’t want to pay to rent it, you’re in luck. The box-office sensation starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling will be available to stream via Binge this month. 

Pretty Little Liars: Summer School - May 9

Season 2 of the Pretty Little Liars spinoff continues. Follow the Liars as they are forced to face new threats and complications. 

Disney+

Star Wars: Tales of the Empire - May 4

If you loved Tales of the Jedi, stay tuned because a new six part series about Nightsister Morgan Elsbeth and ex-Jedi Barriss Offee is coming to Disney+ this month. 

Doctor Who - Disney+ Original Series Premiere - 11 May

A new season of Doctor Who (the longest running science-fiction show in the world) is coming, with Ncuti Gatwa starring as the Fifteenth Doctor. 

The Kardashians - (Season 5) - May 23

Find out what’s been happening in the Kardashian/Jenner family since last season, with new episodes dropping weekly from May 23. 

Prime Video

The Idea of You - May 2

Your newest rom-com obsession is almost here. Anne Hathaway stars as a single mum who becomes involved with a 24-year-old boy-band star (Nicholas Galitzine), with the unconventional couple forced to navigate the obstacles of stardom, age gaps and a new relationship. 

Clarkeson’s Farm - May 3

Season three of the hilarious documentary about presenter Jermey Clarkeson (best known for Top Gear) who tries to start a farm business from the ground up is coming to Prime Video this May. Find out what new challenges Clarkeson has to face on the farm. 

The Test (Season 3) - May 24

Attention cricket lovers, season three of The Test is almost here. This season focuses on the Australian cricket team's 2023 UK tour and will show behind-the-scenes footage as our cricketers win the World Test Championship. 

Best streaming service for April 2024: Binge

BlackBerry

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Movie - Available April 4

The biographical comedy-drama film tells the story of Mike Lazardis and Jim Balsille, the two men who created the world’s first smartphone - the BlackBerry. Follow the epic rise and dramatic demise of the BlackBerry and the competitive and ruthless nature of Silicon Valley. 

American Horror Story: Delicate Season 12 - Part 2 

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TV Series - Available April 4 with new episodes dropping weekly

The first five episodes of Season 12 of American Horror Story: Delicate were released in September and October of last year, so after much anticipation the final four episodes are set to drop this month. This series has an all star cast, including series alumni Emma Roberts  alongside newcomers Cara Delevigne and Kim Kardashian. The story is based on the book Delicate Condition by Danielle Valentine and this is the first season based on a novel, rather than an original concept. The story is about an actress who can’t fall pregnant and fears something may be targeting her. Stay tuned for some scary, horror filled entertainment! 

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV

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TV series - First two episodes available April 5 and third and fourth episodes available April 6

This four-part documentary series has gained a lot of attention in the media after its US premiere. It uncovers the dark side of Nickelodeon in the early 2000s and the allegations against Dan Schneider who created and produced various popular kids TV shows including Victorious, iCarly and Drake and Josh. Schnieder has been specifically accused of inappropriate behaviour, such as featuring underage performers in bikinis and allowing child actors including Ariana Grande to act out scenes featuring explicit sexual innuendos. Stay tuned to find out more about the scandal on Binge this April. 

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3

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Movie - Available April 13

The third movie in the iconic series was released last year and is about to debut on Binge. The Partokalos family go to Greece for a family reunion after the death of their father and Toula tries to locate her father’s childhood friends to come to the reunion. Follow your favourite Greek family as they embark on another adventure full of love, laughs and unforgettable characters. 

Other streaming highlights for April 2024

If the above line-up doesn’t tickle your fancy, here’s a breakdown of some of the other exciting shows and movies coming to the other major streaming platforms this month.  

Netflix

Anyone But You - April 3

One of the biggest rom-coms of 2023 and filmed largely on home soil in Australia, the Sydney Sweeny and Glen Powell hit will be available for streaming in early April. If you missed out on seeing it at the cinemas, now’s your chance to see what all the hype was about.

Ripley - April 4

Starring Andrew Scott as Tom Ripley alongside Dakota Fanning and Johnny Flynn in supporting roles, this thriller series is an adaptation of the popular novel and 1999 Matt Damon movie, The Talented Mr Ripley. If you’re not familiar with the story, expect lots of suspense, deception, fraud and violence as a conman is hired by a wealthy man in Italy and builds a web of lies to fit in and get the life he wants. 

Disney+

Wish - April 3 

Wish premiered in cinemas last year. The animated film by Disney is coming to Disney+ on April 3. It tells the story of Asha, a 17-year-old girl who discovers a secret and asks for help from the stars. Follow her magical journey to save her kingdom.

X-Men ‘97 - April 3 and April 10

Attention X-Men fans, the final two episodes of season one of X-Men ‘97 are dropping this month. Episode 4 ‘Montedo; Life Lifedeath Pt.1’ will be available on April 3 and Episode 5 ‘Remember It’ is coming out April 10. This series is a continuation of the cult classic X-Men: The Animated Series from the 1990s, and it begins after the death of the X-Men founder, Dr Charles Xavier. 

Stan

White Lies - April 8

A brand new bingeable crime-thriller series is coming to Stan this month. Investigative journalist Edie Hansen’s (Natalie Dormer) estranged brother is murdered in his own home, forcing her to try to uncover the truth. Her search for answers leads her into the dark underbelly of Cape Town, where the prime suspects are her brother’s children. 

Such Brave Girls - April 18

The new, hilarious British sitcom about two sisters and their single mum is coming to Stan this April. Discover just how dysfunctional families can be as these three struggle with their codependency issues and poor judgement. 

Amazon Prime Video

Musica - April 4

Starring Camila Mendes and Rudy Mancuso, this is a coming-of-age love story about a young street performer who has a condition called synesthesia which means he experiences everyday noises as a series of rhythms. He has to navigate the music in his head, his cultural heritage and the love triangle he finds himself in. 

How to Date Billy Walsh - April 5

Archie is in love with his best friend Amelia but she has no idea. When she falls in love with an American transfer student, Billy Walsh (played by Cobra Kai’s Tanner Buchanan), Archie feels threatened and does everything in his power to keep them apart, but will he be successful or will he just make it worse? 

Best streaming service for March 2024: Binge

Cat Person

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Movie - Available March 2 

This psychological thriller is sure to keep you on your toes. Based on the screenplay by Michelle Ashford, and starring Emilia Jones and Nicholas Braun, this flick starts off as a sweet romantic comedy, but quickly takes a turn as a college student Margot goes on an awkward date with an older man who isn’t all he seems to be. 

High Country (Binge Original)  

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TV Series - Double episode premiere on 19 March then new episodes weekly  

Binge’s latest original series, High Country, debuts on March 19 and is a drama mystery series set in the heart of the Victorian Alps. Following a detective who’s just transferred to the area, Andrea Whitford (Leah Purcell) is thrown into a case that involves five missing people who have disappeared in the wilderness. The high stakes investigation uncovers murder, deceit and revenge and is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat with each weekly episode.  

Apples Never Fall

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TV Series - Available March 14

Based on the best selling novel by Liane Moriarty who’s also known for Big Little Lies, this TV series follows the story of the Delaney family after their mother goes missing and her children are left to confront family secrets and piece together what happened. 

Oppenheimer 

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Movie - Available March 22

The award winning Oscar movie directed by Chistopher Nolan is set to debut on streaming platforms at the end of March. Starring Cillian Murphy as the theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, this biopic showcases the creation of the atomic bomb that ended World War 2, plus the political fallout Oppenheimer faced afterwards. If you haven’t yet seen the critically acclaimed film or want to watch it again, it will be available on Binge on March 22. 

Other Streaming Highlights for March 2024

Netflix

Physical 100: Season 2 - March 19

The South Korean TV show where 100 contestants in top physical shape undergo a range of intense challenges in order to be the last one standing is back for a second season. 

Damsel - March 8

Starring Millie Bobby Brown, this fantasy film is about a woman who is set to marry a prince when she discovers it’s a trap. In a fight for survival, she has to face many obstacles including swords, a fire breathing dragon and glowing rocks. 

Stan

The Good Doctor: Season 6 - March 1

The lovable, quirky Doctor Shawn is back for a sixth season of The Good Doctor. Find out what will happen in this latest instalment on Stan. 

Population: 11 - March 14

Based in an Australian rural town, watch as American Ben Fledman arrives to find his dad who went missing and uncover what happened to him. 

Disney+

Shogun - New episodes on March 5 and March 12 

Set in Japan during the 17th century amid political turmoil and power struggles, this drama mini series is a must watch. The first two episodes debuted on Disney+ last month, and there’s two more to be released on the 5th and 12th of March. 

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Disney+ Premier - March 15

If you were unlucky and missed out on tickets to Taylor Swift’s sold out Era’s Tour in Australia, or if you went and can’t wait to relive it, the good news is that the Era’s Tour film is set to hit Disney+ this month! 

Amazon Prime Video

Ricky Stanicky - March 7

A hilarious comedy about three childhood friends who created an imaginary friend named Ricky and then decide to use this ‘friend’ twenty years later as an alibi for their behaviour. However, it all goes wrong when their significant others request to meet Ricky. Filmed in Melbourne, Ricky Stanicky boasts a big-name cast with Zac Efron, Andrew Santino and Jermaine Fowler, plus John Cena as the actor they hire to play Ricky. 

Road House - March 21

Amazon’s remake of the 1989 action flick Road House is landing on the service from March 21.  Ex-UFC fighter Elwood Dalton finds himself working at roadhouse in the Florida Keys. But Dalton soon realises that things aren’t quite what they seem to be. Road House boasts an all star cast, starring Jake Gyllenhall, Post Malone and Conor McGregor in his acting debut. Watch as Gyllenhall’s character tries to escape his dark past of violence but is challenged at every corner. 

Best streaming service for February 2024: Netflix

Our pick for the best streaming service to subscribe to in February 2024 is… Netflix!  

Multiple new and exciting Netflix Original series are due to premier on the platform, and some favourites make a return too, like Love is Blind Season 6 and Formula 1: Drive to Survive. There’s plenty more where they came from, enough to keep new and returning Netflix subscribers busy this February!

Below are some of the highlights we think are worth checking out this month.

One Day

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Netflix Original Series - Available February 8 

The Netflix Original series – based on the novel by David Nicholls – follows Emma and Dexter as they go their separate ways after university, but their lives continue to be connected. This series is billed as bittersweet and nostalgic, so it’ll likely be an emotional watch.  

Love is Blind - Season 6

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TV Series - Available February 14

The blind-dating experiment is returning for a sixth season. Nick and Vanessa Lachey will again be hosting, as a new group of singles try to find love. 

Mea Culpa

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TV Series - Available February 23 

The dramatic legal thriller directed by Tyler Perry is coming to Netflix this month. Follow along as a defence attorney takes on the case of a seductive artist accused of murdering his girlfriend. Be prepared for lots of twists and turns, and for things to get dangerous and a bit spicy. 

Formula 1: Drive to Survive - Season 6

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Netflix Documentary - Available 23 February

Stay tuned, F1 fans, as season 6 of the much-loved Netflix documentary show is nearly here. This series will cover the events of the 2023 F1 season, with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with superstars Lando Norris, Oscar Piastri, Daniel Ricciardo and more. 

Best streaming service for January 2024: Binge

Our pick for the best streaming service to subscribe to in January 2024 is… Binge!  

With the addition of multiple exciting new shows such as Ted and Secrets of the Penthouse, as well as the return of popular TV shows like Vanderpump Rules and True Detective, there’s plenty to keep new and returning subscribers busy.  

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Ted - Season 1

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TV Show - Available January 1

 More than 10 years after his debut, the infamous talking bear is about to be back on our screens. This prequel series is set in the 1990s, just after Ted’s original brush with fame in the  movie. Watch what unravels as he accompanies teenage John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg’s character) to high school.  

Secrets of the Penthouse

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TV Show - Available January 13

Follow the cautionary tale of Bob Guccione, who was at his height one of the richest men in America. Guccione is best known for taking on Playboy magazine in the 2000s and pushing the boundaries of adult entertainment further than ever before. Find out how his decisions put a strain on both his finances and his family.  

True Detective - Season 4

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TV Show - Available January 15

Subtitled ‘Night Country’ the fourth season of the popular American crime drama series is dropping on Binge this January – with Jodie Foster in the lead role. Follow the investigation behind the mysterious disappearance of eight men who were working at a research station in Ennis Alaska during the last sunset of the year.  

The 75th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

Live on January 16

As well as some great new scripted shows, Binge subscribers can also watch the 2024 Emmy Awards live-broadcast from their own homes. Held in LA, the annual television awards are back for their 75th year. Watch live to find out who will take away all the prestigious honours.  

Vanderpump Rules - Season 11

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TV Show - Available January 31

Season 11 of reality hospitality series Vanderpump Rules is back this January. Find out the latest about what’s been happening at SUR Restaurant and Lounge, Pump Restaurant and Tom Tom Restaurant and Bar since last season.  

Best streaming service for December 2023: Netflix

The best streaming service for December 2023 is Netflix! This is due to a combination of exciting new additions coming to the platform as well as the large selection of Christmas movies available on Netflix, including both Christmas classics and Netflix original Christmas movies from previous years. 

Here are the highlights and what you can expect from new content coming to Netflix this month.  

The Crown: Season 6 Part 2

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(Netflix Original Series - Available 14 December)

 It would be a wonder if you haven’t heard of Netflix’s hit original series, The Crown. The series is based on the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the British royal family. The 6th and final season is being released in 2 parts, with Part 1 released in mid November. The much anticipated part 2 delves into the tragic final days of Princess Diana’s life and also the early romance of Princes William and Kate Middleton when they first met at St Andrews University.  

Maestro 

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(Netflix Film - available 20 December)

 This biopic drama film starring and directed by Bradley Cooper is about the American conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein (played by Bradley Cooper) and his relationship with Costa Rican actress Felicia Montealagre who he met in 1946 and was married to for 27 years.  

Kevin Hart & Chris Rock: Headliners Only

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(Netflix Documentary - Available 12 December)

The Netflix Documentary about two famous comics, Kevin Hart and Chris Rock is coming to Netflix this month and it is bound to be funny. The documentary provides a behind the scenes look at their 2022 “Only Headligners Allowed” tour and candid insights into their triumphs, early lives and close friendship. If you love these two iconic personalities, this is the documentary for you!  

Top Gun: Maverick

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(Movie: Available 22 December)

 The 2022 Blockbuster film starring Tom Cruise and Miles Teller is finally coming to Netflix this December. More than 35 years since Top Gun (1986) was released, Pete “Maverick” Mitchel is back and is now a test pilot. If you haven’t already seen it, or if you’ve seen it and loved it so much that you want to rewatch it, Top Gun: Maverick will be available on Netflix from 22 December!   

Amelia Hetherington
Ecommerce Editor

Amelia is an Ecommerce Editor at Getprice who specialises in hunting down great bargains and useful discount codes across a wide variety of products and retailers, curating gift guides for all occasions, and doing the maths to calculate the top-value mobile and internet plans for a variety of needs. Her goal is to help make finding the best online discounts as easy as possible. She loves writing about major deals and sales events to help you get the most bang for you buck at sales time.