SBS On Demand: new shows and films streaming February 2024

From Triple Oh! to The Matchmakers – your guide to the best new shows and films to stream on SBS on Demand this month.

Your guide to the best new shows and films streaming free on SBS on Demand this month.

1 Feb


A six-episode Danish coming-of-age drama based on the bestselling book by Camilla Stockmann and Janus Køster-Rasmussen. A young couple joins Copenhagen’s biker subculture but things go very wrong when a biker gang war begins.

Classified – Seasons 1 & 2

Series. As well as working for the Canadian Secret Service, Emile and Rachel are lovers and the parents of two young girls. When a shooting happens near the US embassy, Emile has to investigate, and Rachel is in the firing line.

8 Feb

Triple Oh!

A new Australian comedy-drama series based on true events, following the lives saved and lost by two paramedics. Starring Brooke Satchwell and Tahlee Fereday.


Eight-episode series exploring the company that triggered the worst drug epidemic in American history.

10 Feb

Ride On

Film. A stuntman who has seen better days asks for help from his estranged daughter when he discovers his much-loved stunt horse is to be auctioned off. Starring Jackie Chan, Haocun Liu and Kevin Guo.


Film. In 1930s Korea, a woman is hired as a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress who has no idea she’s involved in a plan to steal her fortune. Starring Kim Tae-ri, Kim Min-hae and Jo Jin-woong.

11 Feb


Film. A woman finds out her grandmother has terminal lung cancer, and that her family had decided to conceal the diagnosis from her. Starring Awkwafina, Shu Zhen Zhao and Tzi Ma.

12 Feb

Chasing the Dragon

Film. Crippled Ho comes to Hong Kong as an illegal immigrant in 1963 and establishes an underworld empire. Starring Donnie Yen, Andy Lau and Philip Keung.

14 Feb

The Matchmakers

The Matchmakers. Image: SBS On Demand.

New documentary series exploring the private worlds of three of Australia’s most successful cultural matchmakers.

15 Feb


Drama series based on the real-life disaster of the car ferry MS Estonia in 1994, in which 852 people died, and the subsequent accident investigation.

22 Feb

Catch Me A Killer

Series. A journalist turned-psychologist becomes South Africa’s first serial killer profiler, in this story based on the novel of the same name. Starring Charlotte Hope.

24 Feb

Those Who Stayed

Drama anthology series inspired by true events in Kyiv after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine 2022, after which every second person left Kyiv. These are the sad, funny, grim and inspirational stories of those who stayed behind.

26 Feb

The Blonde One

Film. When colleagues Gabriel become housemates in Buenos Aires, romance blossoms. Starring Alfonso Bardon, Justo Calabria and Gaston Re.

27 Feb


Film. A man lands a job as a backup dancer at a Bollywood-inspired burlesque and falls head over heels for a trans woman. Starring Ali Junejo, Rasti Farooq and Alina Khan.

28 Feb

Jump, Darling

Film. A newbie drag queen in the aftermath of a breakup moves to the country and finds his grandmother in rapidly failing health – and desperate to avoid the nursing home. Starring Cloris Leachman, Thomas Duplessie and Jayne Eastwood.

29 Feb


Film. A 17th-century nun finds herself in a lesbian affair with a novice … making life awkward. Starring Virginie Efira, Charlotte Rampling, Daphne Patakia.

Paul Dalgarno is author of the novels A Country of Eternal Light (2023) and Poly (2020); the memoir And You May Find Yourself (2015); and the creative non-fiction book Prudish Nation (2023). He was formerly Deputy Editor of The Conversation and joined ScreenHub as Managing Editor in 2022. X: @pauldalgarno. Insta: @dalgarnowrites