New series to stream in 2024: our most anticipated streaming shows

Remakes of Mr & Mrs Smith, The Last Airbender, and One Piece, plus new Bridgerton – here are the TV series we're looking forward to seeing in 2024.

From Echo to Expats, and Bridgerton to The Bear, here are ScreenHub’s most anticipated global TV series streaming in 2024, where to watch them, with release dates where possible.


  • Who’s in it: Alacqua Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, Charlie Cox
  • What’s it about: Following the events of Hawkeye (2021) in New York City, Maya Lopez returns to her hometown in Oklahoma, where she must come to terms with her past, reconnect with her Native American roots, and embrace her family and community.
  • Where to watch: Disney+.
  • Release date: 10 January.


  • Who’s in it: Seth McFarlane, Alanna Ubach, Scott Grimes
  • What’s it about: Set in 1993, in between the opening sequence in Ted (2012), the series depicts the early life of a sentient teddy bear toy named Ted, as he lives with John Bennett and his family in Massachusetts.
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: 11 January.

Death and Other Details

Death and Other Details. Image: Disney+
  • Who’s in it: Mandy Patinkin, Violett Beane, Linda Emond
  • What’s it about: Patinkin plays Rufus Coteworth, who finds himself on a luxury cruise liner when a locked-room murder takes place.
  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • Release date: 16 January.

Masters of the Air

  • Who’s in it: Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan, Ncuti Gatwa.
  • What’s it about: An action-packed drama that follows the true story of an American bomber group in World War II, hailing from executive producers Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman.
  • Where to watch: Apple TV+
  • Release date: 26 January.


  • Who’s in it: Nicole Kidman, Ji-young Yoo, Jack Huston.
  • What’s it about: Expats follows the vibrant lives of a close-knit expatriate community: where affluence is celebrated, friendships are intense but knowingly temporary, and personal lives, deaths and marriages are played out publicly – then retold with glee.
  • Where to watch: Prime Video.
  • Release date: 26 January.

Feud: Capote vs The Swans

Feud: Capote vs The Swans key art. Image:
  • Who’s in it: Tom Hollander, Naomi Watts, Diane Lane
  • What’s it about: Acclaimed writer Truman Capote destroys his friendships with the jet setting socialites of New York City high society by writing a thinly-fictionalized account of their scandalous and hedonisticic personal lives in his novel Answered Prayers. This causes them all to vow to ruin his life in revenge.
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: 1 February

Mr & Mrs Smith

  • Who’s in it: Donald Glover, Maya Erskine.
  • What’s it about: In a new spin on the hit action movie from 2005, John and Jane Smith enter into a new phase of their marriage after agreeing to work as spies for a mysterious agency.
  • Where to watch: Prime Video.
  • Release date: 2 February.

Avatar: The Last Airbender (live action)

  • Who’s in it: Dallas Liu, Daniel Dae Kim, Paul Sun Hyung-Lee.
  • What’s it about: The series is set in a war-torn Asian and Arctic-inspired world where certain people can bend one of the four classical elements—water, earth, fire, or air. Aang, the Avatar and the last living Airbender, is the bridge between the mortal and spirit worlds, and the only one capable of bending all four of the elements.
  • Where to watch: Netflix.
  • Release date: 24 February.

Interview with the Vampire – Season 2

  • Who’s in it: Sam Reid, Jacob Anderson, Assad Zaman.
  • What’s it about: Interview with the Vampire centers on the life story of vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac, as told to veteran journalist Daniel Molloy, to whom he previously gave an unpublished interview in 1973. Season 2 picks up after the tumultuous break-up of Louis and his lover Lestat.
  • Where to watch: AMC+ (accessed via Paramount+)
  • Release date: TBC.

The New Look

Ben Mendelsohn as Christian Dior in The New Look. Image: Apple TV+.
  • Who’s in it: Ben Mendelsohn,  Juliette Binoche, Maisie Williams.
  • What’s it about: The series, created by Todd A. Kessler, is inspired by true events and filmed exclusively in Paris. The story centres on fashion designers Christian Dior, Coco Chanel and their contemporaries as they navigate the horrors of World War II and launch modern fashion.
  • Where to watch: Apple TV+.
  • Release date: 14 February.

The Regime

Kate Winslett in The Regime. Image: Binge
  • Who’s in it: Kate Winslett, Martha Plimpton, Hugh Grant
  • What’s it about: The Regime tells the story of one year within the walls of the palace of a modern European regime as it begins to unravel.
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: 4 March

Palm Royal

Kristen Wiig in Palm Royale. Image: Apple TV+
  • Who’s in it: Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern, Allison Janney, Ricky Martin
  • What’s it about: In 1969, an ambitious woman aspires to cross the line between the haves and have-nots to secure her seat at America’s most exclusive, fashionable and treacherous table: Palm Beach high society.
  • Where to watch: Apple TV+.
  • Release date: 20 March.

3 Body Problem

  • Who’s in it: Benedict Wong, Jovan Adepo, John Bradley
  • What’s it about: The story begins in 1960s China when a young woman makes a fateful decision that reverberates across space and time into the present day. When the laws of nature as we know them inexplicably unravel, a tight-knit group of brilliant scientists must join forces with an unflinching detective to stop humanity’s greatest threat. 
  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • Release date: 21 March


Ella Purnell in Fallout. Image: Prime Video
  • Who’s in it: Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, Aaron Moten
  • What’s it about: In the aftermath of an apocalyptic nuclear war, survivors take refuge in fallout bunkers known as Vaults, built to preserve humanity in the event of nuclear annihilation. Two centuries later, a young woman leaves behind the only life she’s ever known to venture out into the dangerously hostile and savage Wasteland of a devastated Los Angeles.
  • Where to watch: Prime Video
  • Release date: 12 April.

Bridgerton – Season 3

Nicola Coughlan in Bridgerton – Season 3. Image: Netflix,
  • Who’s in it: Nicola Coughlan, Luke Newton, Claudia Jessie.
  • What’s it about: Bridgerton is back for its third season and finds Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) has finally given up on her long-held crush on Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) after hearing his disparaging words about her last season. She has, however, decided it’s time to take a husband, preferably one who will provide her with enough independence to continue her double life as Lady Whistledown, far away from her mother and sisters.
  • Where to watch: Netflix.
  • Release date: 16 May.

The Bear – Season 3

Jeremy Allen White in The Bear. Image: Disney+.
  • Who’s in it: Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri.
  • What’s it about: [From Marie Claire] ‘After the season 2 finale’s stressful-yet-successful opening night of the restaurant, season 3 would likely focus on the new dynamic now that The Bear is actually open for business and striving to build buzz in a turbulent post-pandemic culinary scene.’
  • Where to watch: Disney+.
  • Release date: Possibly as early as June/July.

House of the Dragon – Season 2

  • Who’s in it: Emma D’Arcy, Matt Smith.
  • What’s it about: The war of quills and ravens is over. The Dance of the Dragons has begun. House of the Dragon: Season 2 is the second season of House of the Dragon. It consists of eight episodes. It will premiere with ‘A Son for a Son’ in summer 2024. It is based on Fire & Blood by George R.R. Martin.
  • Where to watch: Binge.
  • Release date: Possibly as early as June/July.

Star Wars: The Acolyte

Star Wars: The Acolyte key art. Image: Disney+
  • Who’s in it: Amandla Stenberg, Manny Jacinto, Carrie-Anne Moss
  • What’s it about: The Acolyte is set at the end of the High Republic era in a world of “shadowy secrets and emerging dark side powers”, approximately 100 years before Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999). A former Padawan reunites with her Jedi Master to investigate a series of crimes, but the forces they confront are more sinister than they ever anticipated.
  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • Release date: TBC 2024

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew key art. Image: Disney+
  • Who’s in it: Jude Law, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Kerry Condon
  • What’s it about: The series follows four children who end up on an adventure to make their way home after being lost in the galaxy following a discovery they make on their home planet.
  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • Release date: TBC 2024

The Sympathizer

The Sympathizer. Image: HBO/A24/Binge
  • Who’s in it: Hoa Xuande, Robert Downey Jr
  • What’s it about: The series is based on the story of the Captain, a North Vietnam plant in the South Vietnam army. He is forced to flee to the United States with his general near the end of the Vietnam War. While living within a community of South Vietnamese refugees, he continues to secretly spy on the community and report back to the Viet Cong, struggling between his original loyalties and his new life.
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: TBC 2024.

Interior Chinatown

Interior Chinatown book cover. Image: Pantheon
  • Who’s in it: Jimmy O. Yang, Chloe Bennet, Ronny Chieng
  • What’s it about: The story of an Asian-American actor struggling against clichéd roles and stereotypes, both at work and in his personal life.
  • Where to watch: It will release on Hulu in the US, so it’s likely to land on Disney+ in Australia.
  • Release date: TBD 2024.

Under the Bridge

Under the Bridge book cover. Image: Simon & Schuster
  • Who’s in it: Riley Keough, Lily Gladstone, Izzy G.
  • What’s it about: Under the Bridge is an upcoming Canadian true crime drama television miniseries based upon the book of the same name by Rebecca Godfrey. It follows the murder of Reena Virk, as a woman enters the hidden world of the accused killers.
  • Where to watch: It will release on Hulu in the US, so it’s likely to land on Disney+ in Australia.
  • Release date: TBD 2024

The Penguin

Colin Farrell in The Penguin. Image: HBO/Binge/DC
  • Who’s in it: Colin Farrell, Cristin Milioti
  • What’s it about: Taking place one week following the events of The Batman (2022), the series explores the rise to power of Oswald “Oz” Cobblepot/The Penguin in Gotham City’s criminal underworld.
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: Late 2024

Dune: Prophecy

Still from Dune (2021). Image: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Who’s in it: Emily Watson, Olivia Williams, Mark Strong, Travis Fimmel
  • What’s it about: Set 10,000 years before the events of the 1965 novel Dune, the series follows sisters Valya and Tula Harkonnen as they combat forces that threaten the future of humankind, and establish the fabled sect known as the Bene Gesserit. This series is a prequel to Dune (2021).
  • Where to watch: Binge
  • Release date: Late 2024

Only Murders in the Building – Season 4

Mabel (Selena Gomez), Charles (Steve Martin), and Oliver (Martin Short), shown. (Photo by: Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu). Image: Disney+.
  • Who’s in it: Steve Martin, Martin Short, Selena Gomez.
  • What’s it about: Sazz Pataki (Jane Lynch), Charles’ (Steve Martin) longtime stunt double, has been shot in his apartment. Now it’s time for Mabel, Charles and Oliver to band together once more to solve another whodunnit – and make a podcast about it.
  • Where to watch: Disney+.
  • Release date: Possibly as early as June/July.

Heartstopper – Season 3

Joe Locke and Kit Connor in Heartstopper – Season 2. Image: Netflix
  • Who’s in it: Joe Locke, Kit Connor.
  • What’s it about: Season 3 of Heartstopper will pick up from where season 2 left off, with [spoilers] Charlie being hesitant to say ‘I love you’ to Nick. The show will continue the storyline of Alice Oseman’s graphic novel of the same name.
  • Where to watch: Netflix.
  • Release date: TBC – but it was filmed back-to-back with Season 2, so expect to see Season 3 quite early in 2024.

What We Do In The Shadows – Season 6

What We Do In The Shadows. Image: FX/Binge
  • Who’s in it: Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillén
  • What’s it about:  Season 6 is the last season of this comedy series. In mockumentary format, it follows the nightly exploits of vampire roommates Nandor, Laszlo, Nadja and Colin Robinson as they navigate the modern world of Staten Island with the help of their human familiar, Guillermo, and their vampire bureaucrat acquaintance, the Guide.
  • Where to watch: Binge.
  • Release date: TBC

The White Lotus – Season 3

Natasha Rothwell as Belinda and Jennifer Coolidge as Tanya in The White Lotus season one. Image: HBO/Binge
  • Who’s in it: Natasha Rothwell.
  • What’s it about: Season 3 of The White Lotus will, according to Mike White, be focused on ‘death in Eastern religion and spirituality’. HBO’s head of drama, Francesca Orsi, elaborated on the upcoming season’s exploration of ‘spirituality versus the ego’ against the backdrop of Eastern religion.
  • Where to watch: Binge.
  • Release date: TBC – the series could potentially be delayed until 2025 due to the 2023 writers’ and actors’ strikes.

Agatha: Darkhold Diaries

Kathryn Hahn and Joe Locke in Agatha: The Darkhold Diaries (behind the scenes). Image: Disney+/Marvel
  • Who’s in it: Kathyn Hahn, Joe Locke, Aubrey Plaza
  • What’s it about: Agatha Harkness finds herself powerless after breaking out of her containment in Westview, New Jersey. She looks to some unlikely allies to join her on her quest to regain her former powers.
  • Where to watch: Disney+
  • Release date: Late 2024.

One Piece (live action) – Season 2

One Piece. (L to R) Mackenyu Arata as Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd as Nami, Taz Skylar as Sanji in season 1 of One Piece. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2023.
  • Who’s in it: Inaki Godoy, Mackenyu, Taz Skylar.
  • What’s it about: Luffy and the Straw Hat crew continue their pirating adventures and their search for the One Piece, the greatest piece of treasure in the world.
  • Where to watch: Netflix.
  • Release date: TBC – the series could potentially be delayed until 2025 due to the 2023 strikes.

Blue Eye Samurai – Season 2

Blue Eye Samurai. Image: Netflix
  • Who’s in it: Maya Erskine, Kenneth Branagh.
  • What’s it about: An animation set in 17th-century Edo-period Japan, Mizu’s quest for vengeance will continue in Season 2 of Blue Eye Samurai.
  • Where to watch: Netflix.
  • Release date: TBC.

No Good Deed

  • Who’s in it: Lisa Kudrow, Luke Wilson, Ray Romano
  • What’s it about: No Good Deed tells the story of three very different families vying to buy the very same 1920s Spanish style villa that they think will solve all their problems.
  • Where to watch: Netflix
  • Release date: Late 2024, or possibly 2025.

Silvi Vann-Wall is a journalist, podcaster, and filmmaker. They joined ScreenHub as Film Content Lead in 2022. Twitter: @SilviReports