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

Your guide to new shows and films to stream from 5 to 11 February in Australia.
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One Day (8 Feb)

Series. After spending graduation night together, Emma and Dexter go their separate ways – but their lives remain intertwined. Based on David Nicholls’ novel. Starring Ambika Mod, Leo Woodall, Essie Davis.

Lover, Stalker, Killer (9 Feb)

In this twisting documentary, a mechanic tries online dating for the first time and meets a woman who takes romantic obsession to a deadly extreme.


Drag Race España All Stars (5 Feb)

This new series is the first international version of Drag Race to receive its own All Stars. Fan-favourite, fierce and fabulous queens return to the runway for super-sized challenges that will push them to their limits. These Spanish queens will do whatever it takes to snatch the crown and win their place in the Drag Race Hall Of Fame as the queen to rule all queens. 

The Other Mrs Jordan (8 Feb)

A documentary series that tells the astonishing true tale of William Allen Jordan – bigamist, fraudster, father and conman. As told by Mary, his children, key figures and other victims, this series unravels the complex web of ‘other Mrs Jordans’, and follows the real-time manhunt led by retired US Marshal Tex Lindsey, to track down the shady figure who left so much pain and confusion in his wake across the globe.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Versus The World (10 Feb)

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Versus The World returns for a highly anticipated second season. RuPaul invites the crème de la crème of Drag Racers from across the globe, including Australia’s Hannah Conda, to compete alongside the Drag Race UK queens for the coveted title of Queen of the Mother Tucking World.


The Great Pottery Throw Down (5 Feb)

Ten potters from around the UK head to Stoke-on-Trent, the so-called home of pottery, in their quest to become Top Potter.

Dalgliesh (8 Feb)

Based on PD James’s bestselling books about the enigmatic Inspector Adam Dalgliesh who, in the 1970s, must use his extraordinary skills to solve some of the most mysterious and complex criminal cases in England. Stars Bertie Carvel, Carlyss Peer and Jeremy Irvine.


The Soviet Union (5 Feb)

This three-part series, as timely as ever, explores the history and legacy of the Soviet Union, from its genesis in 1922 to its fall in 1991.

Paper City (5 Feb)

In 1945, the US firebombed Tokyo, destroying a quarter of the city and killing 100,000 people. Now, in a society rapidly forgetting, three elderly survivors fight to leave behind a public record of their experiences before they die.

The Thief Collector (8 Feb)

Thirty years after a Willem de Kooning original was sliced from its frame and stolen from an Arizona museum, the painting worth $160 million was found in a small New Mexico town. And that’s just the beginning of this stranger-than-fiction yarn about a pair of self-proclaimed ‘masters of victimless crimes’.

ABC iview

Reef School – Season 2 (5 Feb)

Animated series. The Reefies and their teacher Mr. Flip discover the extraordinary wonders of an imaginary Australian coral reef.

Hard Quiz – Season 9 (7 Feb)

Four ordinary Australians compete based on their expertise in a single topic – but at the end of each episode only one of them will be crowned Hard Quiz Champion.

The Weekly with Charlie Pickering – Season 10 (7 Feb)

The return of the popular TV show that knows the world is far too serious to be taken too seriously.

This is Going to Hurt (7 Feb)

Junior doctor Adam (Ben Whishaw) is making his way through the ranks of hospital hierarchy – junior enough to suffer the crippling hours, but senior enough to face a constant barrage of terrifying responsibilities.

SBS On Demand

Triple Oh! (8 Feb)

Triple Oh! Image: SBS On Demand.

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.

Dopesick (8 Feb)

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

Ride On (10 Feb)

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.

Handmaiden (10 Feb)

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.

Taste (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.


Curb Your Enthusiasm – Season 12 (5 Feb)

The twelfth and final ten-episode season of the award-winning comedy series, starring Seinfeld creator Larry David as an over-the-top version of himself.

Allegiance – Season 1 (8 Feb)

A character-driven police procedural about identity and belonging, policing and politics, and finding truth within the heart of a flawed justice system. Stars Supinder Wraich and Stephen Lobo.

Death in Paradise – Season 13 (5 Feb)

DI Neville Parker and the team are back on the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie with more ingenious murders to solve.

AACTA Awards 2024 (11 Feb)

Available from 7pm. The stars come out as we celebrate the films, TV series, documentaries, short films and digital content that made an impact in the last year with the 2024 AACTA Awards, held on the Gold Coast.

Prime Video

Bottoms (6 Feb)

American teen comedy film directed by Emma Seligman about lesbian best friends PJ and Josie, who start a fight club as part of a scheme to lose their virginities to cheerleaders. Stars Rachel Sennott and Ayo Edebiri.

The New Boy (6 Feb)

In this film written and directed by written and directed by Warwick Thornton, a nine-year-old Aboriginal Australian orphan boy arrives in the dead of night at a remote monastery run by a renegade nun.

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Upgraded (9 Feb)

In this film by Carlson Young, an art intern is invited on a work trip to London and meets a handsome and wealthy stranger on the plane. Stars Christine Lenig.

Silent Service – Season 1: The Battle of Tokyo Bay (9 Feb)

A new series based on the bestselling Japanese manga series. Kaieda Shiro is the captain of Japan’s first nuclear submarine, but he and his crew members go off-script as he pursues a better world. Stars Takao Osawa.


Below Deck – Season 11 (6 Feb)

We’re back with the crew of a multimillion-dollar luxury yacht – but will it be plain sailing? (Also streaming on Binge, same date).

Couple to Throuple – Season 1 (9 Feb)

Couple to Throuple. Image: Hayu.

Curious couples try polyamory as they date additional partners and decide whether to commit as a throuple.


The Marvels (7 Feb)

Film. Carol Danvers, AKA Captain Marvel, has reclaimed her identity from the tyrannical Kree. When her duties send her to an anomalous wormhole, her powers are entangled with super-fan Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, and Carol’s estranged niece, astronaut Captain Monica Rambeau. Together, this unlikely trio must team up and work together to save the universe. Stars Brie Larson and Teyonah Parris.

Suncoast (9 Feb)

Film. A teenager strikes up an unexpected friendship with an activist while caring for her mother and brother. Stars Nico Parker, Laura Linney and Woody Harrelson.


Anne Rice’s The Mayfair Witches: Cast Diaries (8 Feb)

Dive deeper into the new hit series based on Anne Rice’s iconic novel with these special bonus episodes featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and creators.


Halo – Season 2 (8 Feb)

An elite team of Spartans follows Master Chief John-117 to confront alien threat known as the Covenant. Stars Pablo Schreiber.

Jersey Shore: Family Vacation – Season 7 (10 Feb)

We’re back with the former cast members of the popular TV show Jersey Shore, who come together again to share holidays.

Dora: Say Hola to Adventure (10 Feb)

Dora and her friends are all set for a series of magical adventures in the rainforest.

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