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

Your guide to new shows and films to stream from 11 to 17 March in Australia.


Young Royals – Season 3 (11 March)

As Hillerska confronts the worst crisis in the school’s history, Wilhelm and Simon navigate heartbreaking revelations and final decisions. Starring Edvin Ryding, Omar Rudberg and Malte Gårdinger.

Girls5eva – Season 3 (14 March)

Girls5eva kick off their Returnity Tour and meet new friends, fans and foes on the road as they navigate their way back to the big time. Starring: Sara Bareilles, Busy Philipps and Paula Pell.


Population 11 (Stan)

From the director of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and starring Ben Feldman, this new Stan Original series is a comedy crime thriller inspired by true events. It follows Andy Pruden (Feldman), a suburban bank teller from Ohio USA, who pulls into a tiny outback Australian town to visit his long-lost father, Hugo, only to discover he has vanished. Another outsider Cassie (Perry Mooney) comes to Andy’s aid and they find themselves in increasing danger as they delve into the secrets of this tiny outback town, where everyone is a suspect.

SBS On Demand

Ten Year Old Tom – Seasons 1 & 2 (11 March)

Animated comedy series in which ten-year-old Tom tries to avoid being corrupted by the adult world all around him. Voice actors include John Malkovich, Gillian Jacobs and Jennifer Coolidge.

Babylon Berlin – Seasons 1-4 (14 March)

Acclaimed German series, set in Berlin 1929 – a place and time of radical upheaval and change. Part noir, part spy thriller, part historical drama, based on the Gereon Rath novels by Volter Kutsher. Starring Volker Bruch, Liv Lisa Fries and Peter Kurth.

ABC iview

Fizzy and Suds (11 March)

Animated children’s series. Whether it’s trucks, planes, alpacas or even sushi, Fizzy and younger sibling Suds become obsessed with what they’ve just discovered and want to know all sorts of things about it.

Happy Valley – Season 3 (FTA premiere & Binge – 15 March)

Sally Wainwright’s multi-award winning police drama returns for its final series. Starring Sarah Lancashire and James Norton.


Apples Never Fall – Season 1 (14 March)

Apples Never Fall. Image: Binge.

Happily married for decades and with four adult children (Alison Brie, Jake Lacy, Conor Merrigan Turner and Essie Randles), Stan and Joy Delaney (Sam Neill and Annette Bening) are enjoying their golden years together after selling their successful tennis academy. But when Joy suddenly disappears and suspicion falls on her husband, it throws everything their kids thought they knew about their parents’ union into question in this adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s bestselling novel.

The Girls on the Bus – Season 1 (14 March)

Inspired by Amy Chozick’s book Chasing Hillary, Christina Elmore, Melissa Benoist, Carla Gugino and Natasha Behnam star in this political drama as journalists who bond while on the road covering each and every move of the flawed presidential candidates who are in the battle for the White House.   

Asteroid City (15 March)

Wes Anderson’s 2023 film following a writer and his famous play about a grieving father who travels with his family to Asteroid City to compete in a junior stargazing event. Starring Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson and Tom Hanks.

Apple TV+

Manhunt (15 March)

Series. Charting the aftermath of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination and struggles to protect the ideals he stood for. Starring Tobias Menzies, Anthony Boyle and Lovie Simone.


SpongeBob SquarePants – Season 14 (13 March)

It’s the return of the talking sea sponge who works at a fast food restaurant … ring the bells!

Little Wing (14 March)

In this 2024 film by Dean Israelite, a 13-year-old girl finds herself in the world of pigeon racing while coping with her parents’ divorce and the imminent loss of her home. Starring Kelly Reilly, Brian Cox and Broklynn Prince.

Teen Mom: Family Reunion – Season 3 (15 March)

A number of the mothers from the Teen Mom franchise get together to reconnect with each other and celebrate their friendships.

Prime Video

Invincible – Season 2, Part 2 (14 March)

Based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, the story centres on 18-year-old Mark Grayson, who’s is (or was) the most powerful superhero on the planet. Still reeling from Nolan’s betrayal in Season 1, Mark struggles to rebuild his life as he faces a host of new threats, all while battling his greatest fear – that he might become his father without even knowing it. 

Frida (14 March)

An intimately raw and magical journey through the life, mind, and heart of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo – told through her own words from diaries, letters, essays, and print interviews — and brought vividly to life by lyrical animation inspired by her unforgettable artwork. The feature film directorial debut of acclaimed editor Carla Gutiérrez offers striking insight into why the artist – and her art – remains as powerful as ever.

Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret (15 March)

Film based on Judy Blume’s coming-of-age novel of the same name. 11-year-old Margaret (Abby Ryder Fortson) is uprooted from her life in New York City for the suburbs of New Jersey, going through the messy and tumultuous throes of puberty with new friends in a new school. She relies on her mother, Barbara (Rachel McAdams), who is also struggling to adjust to life outside the big city, and her adoring grandmother, Sylvia (Kathy Bates), who isn’t happy they moved away and likes to remind them every chance she gets.

Beacon 23 (15 March)

Series. In the farthest reaches of the Milky Way, a government agent and a stoic ex-military man find themselves trapped inside a beacon that serves as a lighthouse for intergalactic travellers. Starring Lena Heady, Stephan James and Wade Bogert-O’Brien.

AMC+, Acorn TV, Shudder

True Crime Story: Smugshot (AMC+ – 14 March)

The latest instalment in the True Crime Story franchise, this documentary series examines the criminals that are so full of themselves, they really don’t believe it is possible to be caught for their misdeeds.

The Madame Blanc Mysteries – Season 3 (Acorn TV & AMC+ – 14 March)

The Madame Blanc Mysteries. Image: Acorn TV.

Sally Lindsay 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.


Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (14 March)

Mini-series. Bobby Jones finds a dying man over a cliff and seeks to uncover the mystery behind the victim’s last words. His friend, Lady Frances, joins him in what seems to be a potential murder case. Starring Will Poulter, Lucy Boynton and Daniel Ings.


Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version). Image: Disney+.

The celebrated concert film, directed by Sam Wrench, streamed in its entirety for the first time. Includes the song cardigan and four additional acoustic songs.


Smoke Sauna Sisterhood (11 March)

An audience favourite at film festivals around the world (including last year’s MIFF, SFF and NZIFF), Estonian director Anna Hints’ Smoke Sauna Sisterhood offers a deeply moving and intimate approach to issues of trauma, healing, and community.

Joan Baez: I Am A Noise (11 March)

Joan Baez: I Am A Noise. Image: Albert Baez/Magnolia Pictures.

Premiering at Berlin Film Festival, Joan Baez: I Am A Noise offers an unusually intimate psychological portrait of legendary folk singer and activist Joan Baez.

All Town Aren’t We (14 March)

Grimsby Town FC, once a high-flying football club with a proud history, is now on the brink of relegation from the Football League. The impending threat of semi-professional football looms on for not just the club, but an entire community. This all-access feature length documentary follows the club through impending disaster, a change in ownership, and a miraculous change in their footballing fortunes.

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