Stan: new shows streaming this week

Your guide to what's new to stream from 1 to 7 April on Stan in Australia.

New shows streaming this week

All American – Season 6 (2 April)

Based on the high school years of former NFL star Spencer Paysinger, All American follows Spencer, the star wide-receiver faced with a huge moral decision: to turn his back on his success and return to his family or stay at the affluent Beverly Hills High School that can help further his football dream. In season 6, Spencer’s personal life takes centre stage as he struggles to balance his career with his new relationships. Starring Daniel Ezra.

Señorita 89 – Season 2 (3 April)

Señorita 89. Image: Stan.

Senorita 89 is a mystery drama set at the La Encantada estate, following 32 beauty queens who will stop at nothing to win the Miss Mexico title. In season 2, the 90s are in full swing and the two main TV networks in Mexico find themselves in a war to impose the next queen. While Miss Yucatan tries to keep the crown atop her head, a new queen is looking to shake things up and change the rules of the game. Starring Ilse Salas, Natasha Dupeyrón and Ximena Romo.

Walker – Season 4 (4 April)

A reimagining of Walker, Texas Ranger that follows widower and father of two, Cordell Walker. When the legendary Texas ranger returns home to Austin after being undercover, he discovers there’s harder work to be done. In season 4, while reconnecting with his children, navigating disagreements with his family, and finding common ground with his new partner (one of the first female Texas Rangers in history), Walker also begins to question the circumstances surrounding his wife’s death. Starring Jared Padalecki. 

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Windcatcher (28 March)

Starring Jessica Mauboy in her first film role since The Sapphires (2012), and introducing Lennox Monaghan, this new Stan Original film is ‘a heart-warming tale of a young Aboriginal boy growing up in regional Australia’. In the face of adversity, Percy Boy (Monaghan) must lean on his friends, family and community to overcome his fears, prove his resilience and become a force to be reckoned with.

Read: Windcatcher: new Jessica Mauboy family film on Stan – trailer released

Platform 7 (21 March)

Based on the novel Platform Seven by Louise Doughty, this four-part British psychological thriller follows Lisa Evans (Jasmine Jobson), a young woman trapped as a ghost in a railway station, with no recollection of how she died or why. But after witnessing a cataclysmic event on platform 7, she finds a connection between her own life and the event she just witnessed, as the truth of her past life is gradually revealed.

Revealed: How To Poison A Planet (24 March)

In collaboration with Walkey Award-winning journalist Carrie Fellner and The Sydney Morning Herald, Revealed: How To Poison A Planet investigates toxic chemicals that have sparked an international health and environmental catastrophe and tells the story of the devastating impacts on contaminated communities who are fighting for justice, both in Australia and across the world. Produced and directed by Janine Hosking, Katrina McGowan and Mat Cornwell.

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