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.
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.
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.
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.
Acorn TV announced today its latest commission: The Sounds, a psychological thriller set in New Zealand, co-commissioned with Sky NZ.
Straight Forward, Acorn TV’s first Danish-New Zealander co-production, launched in the US today exclusively on the SVOD service.
The start of summer brings a brand new Kiwi-Danish crime thriller and three new seasons of Aussie TV series to the US, plus the local broadcast premiere of an Australian documentary.
The new season of an award-winning Aussie political thriller launches in March, and the Aussie version of a hit British improv comedy show arrives stateside.
The premieres of two highly-anticipated new dramas and the return of two hugely popular series are just some of what’s in store for stateside fans of Down Under TV in December.
As of this writing, the new and returning series in October are from Australia, including Rake, which brings back one of the most beloved characters in Down Under TV.
It’s a three-day weekend, so how appropriate that there are three new and returning series (plus a program addition) that you can stream through Labor Day (and beyond).