July heats up with the national premieres of three series and a stand-up comedy special from Australia, plus a couple of dramas added to streaming services
There’s just one new Down Under TV series premiere in June and it’s a biggie: the reboot of the hit Australian drama SeaChange.
Four dramas, four stand-up comedy specials, two comedy-drama series, and one reality TV show — all from Australia — premiere in the US in May.
Sundance Now has announced its acquisition of US rights to Aussie drama Bad Mothers, which will premiere in the States next month.
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.
In just a few hours, folks in the US will be able to stream the premiere of the “Miss Fisher” feature film, Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears. Woo hoo!
Two programs from Australia premiere in the US in March, including the film fans of Miss Fisher’s have been waiting for with bated breath.
Like a nighttime soap that you can stream at any hour, Playing for Keeps is a juicy drama that could very well be your new guilty pleasure.
Everything about The Dead Lands screams “Watch me!” — from the Māori traditions and histories, to the hero’s journey, to the mystery of who broke the world.