Don’t know what to watch? Here’s what’s new to streaming on your service providers this week in Australia.
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The Deepest Breath (19 July)
A champion freediver and expert safety diver seemed destined for one another despite the different paths they took to meet at the pinnacle of the freediving world. This film looks at the thrilling rewards—and inescapable risks—of chasing dreams through the depths of the ocean.
Sweet Magnolias season 3 (20 July)
Lifelong friends Maddie, Helen and Dana Sue lift each other as they juggle relationships, family and careers in the small, Southern town of Serenity.
They Cloned Tyrone (21 July)
John Boyega, Jamie Foxx and Teyonah Parris (WandaVision) star in this comedic conspiracy caper from the writer of Creed II.
Special Ops: Lioness (23 July)
Laysla De Oliveira (Locke & Key) and Zoe Saldaña (Guardians of the Galaxy) star in this special ops thriller saga co-created by Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone).
Superpowered: The DC Story (20 July)
This docuseries takes an unprecedented look at the enduring and influential legacy of DC, allowing fans to rediscover the universe of characters, as well as the iconic comic book company’s origins, its evolution and its nearly nine-decade cultural impact across every artistic medium.
Fifteen-Love (23 July)
Set in the world of elite tennis, the drama portrays Justine Pearce as a one-time rising star whose sudden success at 17 took her and her coach Glenn Lapthorn to the quarterfinals of the French Open.
Stephen Curry: Underrated (21 July)
Apple and A24 tell the remarkable coming-of-age story of Stephen Curry—one of the most influential, dynamic, and unexpected players in basketball history—and his rise from an undersized college player to a four-time NBA champion.
Justified: City Primeval (19 July)
Timothy Olyphant returns to Justified for this miniseries, set eight years after his iconic marshal left Kentucky.
The Bear season 2 (19 July)
Jeremy Allen White (Shameless) leads this culinary drama series as a young chef from the fine dining world who comes home to Chicago and joins a rough-around-the-edges kitchen crew after a heartbreaking death.
Sharksploitation (21 July)
This feature-length documentary dives into the sub-genre of sharksploitation films, from Corman’s 1958 She Gods of Shark Reef to the release of Jaws and the subsequent knock-offs.