Two Aussie series — one that was supposed to premiere in the US in 2018 and another that debuted Down Under in 1998 — finally make it to stateside screens in April 2020.
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many of us to stay home, here are some popular shows from Down Under that you can stream in the US for weeks.
Of all the titles from Australia and New Zealand that were added to linear TV and streaming channels in 2019, five made it to my list of favorites.
Ovation TV has announced its acquisition of eleven mystery titles from DCD Rights, of which seven are television series and movies from Australia and New Zealand.
Stateside fans of The Brokenwood Mysteries, rejoice! The brand new season of this brilliant mystery series from New Zealand has started streaming in the US.
The new year and decade kicks off with four new Down Under TV shows and seasons, plus the addition of a previously-released program to a second streaming service.
The beauty of Waiheke Island belies the badness that happens in The Gulf, the new New Zealand-German mystery-crime drama that debuts in the US tomorrow.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new show from New Zealand, so it’s great that one will debut in the US next month alongside a fan-favorite drama from Australia.
Mark your calendars. Sundance Now begins premiering the New Zealand-German thriller The Gulf in the US next month.
Hello, weekend! What should we (binge) watch over the next couple of days? One (or several) of these nine shows from Australia and New Zealand? Okay!
Fans of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries in the US and Canada (except Quebec) can get their fix of all three seasons of the hit series on Acorn TV starting in October.
The unofficial end of summer is here, so enjoy the outdoor pools and picnics during this long bank holiday weekend, then tune into the return of two hit Aussie series.
Two Aussie series premiere in the US next month, including a mystery-crime dramedy that stars Xena, I mean Lucy Lawless.