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

Your guide to new shows and films to stream in Australia from 27 November to 3 December 2023.


Obliterated (30 Nov)

From the creators of Cobra Kai – an elite special forces team must thwart a deadly threat in Las Vegas in this high-octane action-comedy series


Power Book III: Raising Kanan: Season 3 (1 Dec)

With emotions high and the stakes even higher, season three returns to Southside Jamaica, Queens to see the family in turmoil and reeling from the Mob’s coordinated attack. Kanan finds himself grappling with the very notions of right and wrong. Good and evil. Fidelity and disloyalty. And he’s not alone. Every member of the Thomas family must confront an existential crisis that challenges their very identity.


Mafia Mamma (30 Nov)

Mafia Mamma. Image: Vocab Films.

Toni Collette and Monica Bellucci star in this comedy about a mild-mannered suburban mom who is thrust into an unexpected inheritance: her late grandfather’s mafia empire in Italy.

Read: Mafia Mamma: Toni Collette gets an offer she can’t refuse

Heist 88 (1 Dec)

Inspired by true events, Heist 88 is a film centred on Jeremy Horne, the criminal mastermind with an innate ability to convince anyone to do just about anything and who decides to pull one last job before going to prison. The story takes place in a time before widespread computerisation and the cybersecurity of today. 

Thriller 40 (2 Dec)

This new music documentary marks 40 years since the release of Michael Jackson’s Thriller – the best-selling album of all time worldwide. Director Nelson George takes fans back in time to experience the making of the record-breaking album and the release of the accompanying short films that forever redefined the music video format.

Paper Dolls (3 Dec)

In this new series underdog Izzy James (Emalia) gets an offer she can’t refuse from Millennium International Music’s ruthless Head of Marketing. But it’s not the solo gig Izzy was chasing. Instead, she’s offered a spot in the label’s manufactured reality TV music group, HARLOW – the day before their first live performance.


Squaring the Circle – The Story of Hipgnosis (30 Nov) 

Squaring the Circle – The Story of Hipgnosis. Image: Utopia.

 Anton Corbijn directs this documentary about the album art design studio, Hipgnosis, who created some of the most iconic and influential album covers of all time, including Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. Interviewees include Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, Robert Plant and Noel Gallagher.

ABC iview

Gardening Australia – Indonesia Special (1 Dec)

Costa and Tammy explore the plants and gardens of Indonesia, one of Australia’s nearest neighbours. 

SBS On Demand

The Brigade – Season 1 (30 Nov)

Former Special Forces soldier Saïd is the new leader of the B.R.I., an elite unit of young and fiery police officers who fight organised crime and terrorism. He’s taking over the role from Patrick, an old-fashioned cop who learned everything he knows by spending too long in the company of criminals.

Hunters – Seasons 1 & 2 (30 Nov)

Rolf Lassgård reprises his role as crime detective Erik Bäckström in this crime series that is a spin-off of the 1996 hit film The Hunters (Jägarna) and its 2011 sequel False Trail (Jägarna 2).

Furia – Season 2 (30 Nov)

It’s been two years since Ellen and Asgeir stopped the terror attack in Berlin. Ellen is back home caring for her elderly father, while Asgeir and his daughter live in Lofoten, in hiding from the relentless and lethal Ziminov.

Apple TV+

Slow Horses – Season 3 (29 Nov)

The return of the darkly humorous espionage drama about a dysfunctional team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping-ground department of MI5 known un-affectionately as Slough House. In season three, a romantic liaison in Istanbul threatens to expose a buried MI5 secret in London. When Jackson Lamb and his team of misfits are dragged into the fight, they find themselves caught in a conspiracy that threatens the future not just of Slough House but of MI5 itself.

Spirited (1 Dec)

Spirited. Image: Apple TV+.

A singalong version of the holiday hit musical comedy, starring Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds and Octavia Spencer, allows audiences to belt out fan favourite tunes composed by Academy Award-winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, including ‘Good Afternoon’ and ‘Bringin’ Back Christmas’. 

The Snoopy Show: Happiness is Holiday Traditions (1 Dec)

A new special of the animated series for kids and families that stars the internationally beloved beagle and his feathered best friend Woodstock as they tackle all-new adventures.

Frog and Toad: Christmas Eve (1 Dec)

Frog is a frog. Toad is a toad. They have a lot in common … but they are also very different, as this Christmas special shows.

Shape Island: The Winter Blues (1 Dec)

Three best friends seek adventure and connection while learning how to navigate each other’s differences. Based on the books by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen.


The Artful Dodger (29 Nov)

Set in 1850s Australia, in the lively colony of Port Victory, Jack Dawkins is The Artful Dodger, whose fast, pickpocketing fingers have turned into the skilled hands of a surgeon.

Read: The Artful Dodger, Disney+ review: leaves us wanting more

Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny (1 Dec)

Indy (Harrison Ford) races to get his hands on a dial that has the power to change history, adventuring alongside his goddaughter (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), and finds himself coming up against the Nazis.

Read: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny review: a whip-smart success

Timeless Heroes (1 Dec)

This documentary by Laurent Bouzereau examines Harrison Ford’s seemingly endless screen appeal and how he got started in (then thrived) in showbiz.

Doctor Who – 60th Anniversary Special – Wild Blue Yonder (3 Dec)

The Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna Temple-Noble (Catherine Tate) join forces again as they come up against the Toymaker.

Their Stories (3 Dec)

A Star Original series in which Isabel discovers she was used as a front in her husband’s corruption scheme and finds herself under house arrest with her daughter.

Prime Video

Candy Cane Lane (1 Dec)

A holiday comedy adventure film about a man on a mission to win the yearly Christmas decoration contest in his neighbourhood, starring Eddie Murphy.

My Man is Cupid: Season 1 (2 Dec)

Cheon Sang Hyuk is a fairy who excels at making women fall for him; Baek Ryun is a vet at an animal clinic … chat happens when the pair meet?


Hope Street (30 Nov)

The warm-hearted police drama set on the stunning Ulster coastline is back this time for an extended run of 15 episodes. Port Devine’s new detective, the beautiful and mysterious Jo Lipton (Karen Hassan), hits the ground running. Meanwhile, Inspector Finn O’Hare’s world falls apart.


Bookie – Season 1 (30 Nov)

Veteran bookie Danny has to adapt to a new world order with sports gambling set to be legalised. Stars comedian Sebastian Maniscalco.

The Couple Next Door (1 Dec)

A series in which a young couple trying for a family move to a well-to-do part of suburbia only to find themselves in a complex tangle of betrayal and desire with their new neighbours.

The Great British Bake Off: Festive Special (1 Dec)

Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas get their ovens on for Christmas.

Finding Magic Mike – Season 1 (2 Dec)

Reality show in which two men have the chance to perform on stage in Las Vegas with the Magic Mike Live cast and win $100,000.

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