May 2021 brings to stateside viewers two new Aussie series and new seasons of two shows from Australia and New Zealand.
The start of Q2 brings the stateside premieres of three series from Down Under, plus the broadcast debut of a beloved Aussie dramedy series on select public TV stations.
Two new series from Australia premiere in the US in March, while a much-loved, fan-favorite series from New Zealand returns with a new season.
Four new Down Under TV programs premiere in the US in February, and an acclaimed Aussie legal drama will begin streaming again for your viewing pleasure.
The new year brings a new true-crime docuseries and a new feature film, both from Australia, to two stateside streaming services.
Set aside an hour for the next six Thursdays, because you won’t want to miss any of Total Control, a gripping Aussie political drama that premieres in the US tomorrow.
Netflix has announced its acquisition of the Aussie feature film Penguin Bloom, starring Naomi Watts, for several territories on three continents.
This year closes out with the stateside (and Canadian) premieres of two Aussie dramas, along with several titles from Down Under being added to a streaming service.
Spectrum Originals has acquired the US rights for Eden, the new Australian drama series from the creators of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Skins.
AMC Networks announced today that its Sundance Now streaming service has picked up the exclusive US and Canadian rights to the Aussie drama The Commons.
November brings just one new Australian program, a comedy, to viewers in the US, along with two Aussie mystery dramas being added to a streaming service.
For all intents and purposes, Acorn TV owns Down Under TV premieres and additions in the US in October, which could be called “Mark Mitchinson Month” on the streaming service.
The terrific new Kiwi drama series Head High, which finished its run in New Zealand a month ago, arrived in the US last week (and elsewhere, too).