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.
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.
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.
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.
Pre-teen and teen-aged children as well as adults can enjoy these ten shows that are currently available for streaming on Prime Video in the US.
Like Black Mirror mashed up with bits of The Prisoner, Wayward Pines and 1984, This Is Not My Life is a high-concept sci-fi thriller from New Zealand that is quite binge-worthy.
The start of autumn brings a brand new conspiracy thriller from Australia to Down Under TV fans in the US. Two popular Aussie series are being added to an SVOD service, too.
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.
Stateside fans of Down Under TV have probably seen Antonia Prebble in at least one show from New Zealand or Australia. If not, here are several to get acquainted with her work.
Most stateside Down Under TV fans know Australian actor Rodger Corser from The Doctor Blake Mysteries and The Heart Guy, but there are more shows to see him in.