What’s new to streaming this week on Netflix, Stan, iview, AMC+, BritBox, SBS and more

Your guide to new shows and films to stream from 19 to 25 February in Australia.

Apple TV+

Constellation (21 Feb)

This eight-part sci-fi series tells the story of an astronaut called Jo (Noomi Rapace), who returns to her home on Earth following a devastating space disaster. Upon her arrival, she realises pieces of her life appear to be missing. Determined to expose the truth behind the hidden secrets of space travel, Jo sets out on a quest to recover everything she’s lost.

Messi’s World Cup: The Rise of a Legend (21 Feb)

This four-part docuseries follows Lionel Messi as he reflects on the challenges and triumphs he has faced over his 17-year career. Defined as a great player, even as a child, the series follows Messi’s ups and downs but mainly focuses on the struggle he endured to finally deliver ultimate glory on the world stage after five World Cup appearances for Argentina.


Avatar: The Last Airbender (21 Feb)

Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony – then everything changed. A live-action reimagining of the popular animated series. Starring Gordon Cormier, Kiawentiio, Ian Ousley, Dallas Liu, Daniel Dae Kim, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Elizabeth Yu, Ken Leung.

Mea Culpa (23 Feb)

Film. A criminal defence attorney must choose between family, duty and her own dangerous desires when she takes on the case of an artist accused of murder. Tyler Perry wrote, directed and produced this seductive romantic thriller starring Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes. Starring Kelly Rowland, Trevante Rhodes, Kerry O’Malley, Sean Sagar.

Formula 1: Drive to Survive – Season 6 (23 Feb)

Series. Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane – both on and off the track during one cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing.

Prime Video

Giannis: The Marvelous Journey (19 Feb)

The story of NBA superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo, from his early life in Greece to two-time NBA league MVP.

The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy (23 Feb)

The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy. image: Prime Video.

Animated series starring Kieran Culkin and Natasha Lyonne, about alien doctors who specialise in rare sci-fi ailments.


The Wallabies (22 Feb)

Immerse yourself in the world of Australia’s national rugby team, following their journey from the day Eddie Jones returned as coach in January 2023 to the Rugby World Cup final in October. Told through the eyes of a core group of Wallabies, the series will give fans unprecedented access, bringing raw and emotional insight into the highs and lows of professional sport.

SBS On Demand

Catch Me A Killer (22 Feb)

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.

Those Who Stayed (24 Feb)

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.


The Family Stallone – Season 2 (22 Feb)

The Family Stallone. Image: Paramount+.

The return of the reality TV series about the famous Stallone family. With their daughters now living away from them in New York and Miami, Sly and Jen try to get used to life in Palm Beach as empty nesters.

ABC iview

Better Date Than Never (20 Feb)

We’re back with a group of diverse singles as they take their first step into the dating world. As their stories develop connections will be made, hearts will break, love will blossom.

25 Feb

House of Gods

A new six-part drama series focusing on the lives of an ambitious Iraqi Australian family grappling with newfound power and privilege when their charismatic patriarch is elected Head Cleric of their local mosque. 

Read: House of Gods on ABC iview: need to know


The Madame Blanc Mysteries (AMC+ & Acorn TV – 19 Feb)

Sally Lindsay (Cold Call, Mount Pleasant) returns as renowned antiques dealer Jean White with her expertise in the world of antiquities proving to be the key to solving a series of murders and mysteries against the backdrop of the beautiful French village of Sainte Victoire. Also starring Sue Vincent, Steve Edge, Robin Askwith, Sue Holderness, Alex Gaumond and Tony Robinson.

History of Evil (AMC+ & Shudder – 23 Feb)

Film premiere. In the near future, war and corruption have helped turn the US into a theocratic police state. Against the oppression, ordinary citizens have formed a group called The Resistance. One such member, Alegre Dyer, breaks out of political prison and reunites with her husband Ron and daughter Daria. Stars Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) and Jackie Cruz (Orange is the New Black).


BAFTA Film Awards 2024 (19 Feb)

Coverage of the annual awards hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

Rules of the Game (23 Feb)

Workplace thriller. When new HR Director Maya begins her job at Fly, she tries to shake up the old fashioned lads culture and begins investigating historic cases of misconduct. StarsMaxine Peake, Rakhee Thakrar, and Susan Wokoma.


Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – Season 11 (19 Feb)

The return of the satirical, insightful and meticulously researched look at current events in the US and elsewhere.

Gogglebox Australia – Season 19 (21 Feb)

The hit series returns to TV screens marking ten years that households have beamed in from their living rooms to screens across Australia.

Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent – Season 1 (23 Feb)

The new spin-off follows an elite detective duo as they investigate high-profile homicide cases in Canada’s largest metropolis.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 (24 Feb)

Premium Live Event and On Demand. This will mark WWE’s first event in Australia (Perth) since 2018 and the only Premium Live Event in the Asia-Pacific region in 2024.


Star Wars: The Bad Batch – Season 3 (21 Feb)

In this, the show’s final season, the Batch attempt to reunite with Omega, all the while seraching for new (and unexpected) allies.


Summer House – Season 8 (23 Feb)

The return of the group of friends who spend their weekends, from Memorial Day to Labour Day, at one of the most exclusive beaches on America’s East Coast.


The Corridors of Power (19 Feb)

Oscar-nominee Dror Moreh interrogates the consistent failure of US foreign policy to challenge genocide, using interviews with heavyweight politicians and diplomats.

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