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

Your guide to new shows and films to stream from 29 January to 4 February in Australia.

ABC iview

Nemesis (29 Jan)

This three-part ABC NEWS docuseries will take you inside nine years of Coalition government under Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison in a revealing tale of politics, ambition and power. 

Martin Clunes Islands: of America (1 Feb)

Martin Clunes embarks on an epic 10,000 mile journey around the coast of America, from Hawaii, Alaska and New England to Puerto Rico and San Juan.

Gardening Australia (2 Feb)

The show returns for its 35th year to share some amazing gardens, fantastic tips, and great gardening stories.


Corners of the Earth – Kamchatka (29 Jan)

Filmmakers Spencer Frost and Guy Williment and surfers Letty Mortenson and Fraser Dovell journey to Kamchatka in the far east of Russia in search of new waves along the frozen, unexplored coastline.


Vanderpump Rules – Season 11 (on Binge and Hayu, 31 Jan)

In the wake of season 10’s shocking ‘Scandoval’ cheating scandal, the cast of Vanderpump Rules promises there will be plenty more drama when the reality favourite returns this month, but that things will also be ‘a little different’ as they try to move forward with their shattered friendship group.

Feud: Capote VS The Swans – Season 2 (1 Feb)

The eight-episode second season of Ryan Murphy’s award-winning anthology, based on the bestselling book ‘Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era’ by Laurence Leamer, stars an ensemble cast including Tom Hollander, Naomi Watts, Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny, Calista Flockhart, Demi Moore, Molly Ringwald, Treat Williams, Joe Mantello and Russell Tovey.

Clone High – Season 2 (1 Feb)

A modern refresh of the hit series of the same name, the series follows a high school for clones of the greatest minds in history. Twenty years after the original experiment was put on ice, Joan, JFK, Abe, and Cleo have been thawed out to resume school with their new clone classmates – all while navigating a new set of cultural norms and dramatic teen relationships.


Trigger Point – Season 2 (19 Jan)

The return of the British crime thriller focusing on ‘Expo’, London’s bomb disposal squad, led by Afghan war veteran Lana Washington. Starring Vicky McClure.


Choir – Season 1 (31 Jan)

The kids of the Detroit Youth Choir are preparing for the performance of their lifetime.

Self (2 Feb)

Short film. This story by Pixar traces a wooden doll’s attempts to to fit in with her peers

SBS On Demand

Bullshit (1 Feb)

A six-episode Danish coming-of-age drama based on the bestselling book by Camilla Stockmann and Janus Køster-Rasmussen. A young couple joins Copenhagen’s biker subculture but things go very wrong when a biker gang war begins.

Classified – Seasons 1 & 2 (1 Feb)

Series. As well as working for the Canadian Secret Service, Emile and Rachel are lovers and the parents of two young girls. When a shooting happens near the US embassy, Emile has to investigate, and Rachel is in the firing line.


Orion and the Dark (2 Feb)

Film. A boy with an active imagination faces his fears on an unforgettable journey through the night with his new friend: a giant, smiling creature called Dark. Starring Jacob Tremblay, Paul Walter Hauser, Angela Bassett.


Ferrari – 312B (1 Feb)

Described as a must-see for motorheads, this documentary looks at the history of the Ferrari 312B, which changed Formula One racing forever.


Three Little Birds (1 Feb)

A life-affirming drama, written by Sir Lenny Henry and inspired by his mother’s stories about leaving Jamaica in the 1950s for Great Britain. The show follows sisters Leah and Chantrelle, and their friend Hosanna as they start a new life in England. While we learn shocking truths about the lives they left behind, the voyage of discovery is not smooth sailing for our trio, but they are determined to succeed.

Churchill’s Secret (2 Feb)

In this 2016 film, British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill suffers a stroke which is kept quiet from the rest of the world. Starring Michael Gambon.

Prime Video

Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2 Feb)

Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Image: Prime Video.

New spy comedy series. John and Jane Smith become secret agents for a mysterious organisation. Created by created by Francesca Sloane and Donald Glover (based on the 2005 film of the same name). Stars Donald Glover, Maya Erskine and Parker Posey.


A Bloody Lucky Day (1 Feb)

Series. In this new South Korean thriller a chronically unlucky taxi driver agrees to drive a mysterious man to a distant city for a very high fare, only to discover his passenger is a serial killer.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (4 Feb)

Film. Installment number seven of the film franchise follows a new faction of Transformers known as the Maximals. Stars Anthony Ramos and Luna Lauren Velez.

Cobra – Season 3 (4 Feb)

Cobra. Image: Binge.

Return of the thriller series in which Prime Minister Robert Sutherland (Robert Carlyle) is plunged into chaos when an environmental demonstration meets with grave consequences, just as his popularity is plummeting in light of a controversial police-protest bill.


Dario Argento: Panico (Shudder & AMC+, 2 Feb)

Film premiere. In the secluded ambience of hotel rooms, Dario Argento crafted his greatest cinematic creations, seeking solace from the outside world to delve into his nightmares. Now, he finds himself in a hotel room finishing his latest script and participating in an intimate interview, while being followed by a film crew documenting his life for a movie about his illustrious career.

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