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The hunt for the next Stan binge never ends so with that in mind, here’s a sling of the best shows to watch on Stan right now.
In the mix, you’ll find all the complex drama and true crime to get stuck into, plus a buch of newbies worth a solid binge.
Here are the best shows on Stan.
Starring Australia's own Rebecca Breeds in the title role, Clarice will deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs. Brilliant and vulnerable, Clarice’s bravery gives her an inner light that draws monsters and madmen to her. However, her complex psychological makeup that comes from a challenging childhood empowers her to begin to find her voice while working in a man’s world, as well as escape the family secrets that have haunted her throughout her life.
The First Team
From the creators of The Inbetweeners and starring Will Arnett (BoJack Horseman), this outrageous British comedy follows the lives of a group of young players from a fictional Premiere League football team. According to his teammates, new American signing Mattie is a snob—because he went to university. Benji is a self-professed ladies’ man. Who still lives with his mum. Jack is so neurotic he won’t buy toilet paper, because he’s embarrassed about people knowing he excretes. And they all live in fear of Olivia, the team’s press manager who can make or break them.
It’s A Sin
Set in the 1980s, It’s A Sin is the brand new five-part drama series from award-winning writer Russell T. Davies (Queer as Folk). Starring Olly Alexander, Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Fry, the series explores the lives of Ritchie (Alexander), Roscoe (Omari Douglas) and Colin (Callum Scott Howells) as they embark on a new life in London at the beginning of the decade. Strangers at first, these young gay lads, and their best friend Jill (Lydia West), find themselves thrown together, and soon share each other’s adventures. As the decade passes, and they grow up in the shadow of AIDS, they’re determined to live and love more fiercely than ever.
If British crime series are your vibe (honestly, same) then The Drowning should shoot to the top of your must-watch list. It goes like this: Jodie’s son has been missing for nine years. When she sees a boy who looks just like him, she becomes convinced he is her missing child—leading her on a dangerous journey that takes her to the edge of reason. Filled with twists and turns, this series will have you on the edge of your seat until the credits roll.
Diary Of An Uber Driver
You'll laugh and cry in Aussie series Diary Of An Uber Driver, so keep the tissues close. The plot goes like this: Against the ticking clock of impending fatherhood, Ben (played by the hilarious Sam Cotton) must figure out what he should be doing while helping others get where they’re going—as yep, you guessed it, an uber driver. Fortunately for Ben, he has a revolving car door of quirky human behaviour to trawl through for clues.
Jared Padalecki (Supernatural) stars in this reimagining of the iconic Walker, Texas Ranger as Cordell Walker, a widower and father of two with his own moral code, who returns home to Austin after being undercover for two years, only to discover there’s harder work to be done at home. As Walker attempts to reconnect with his children, navigate clashes with his family, and find unexpected common ground with his new partner (one of the first women in Texas Rangers’ history), he begins to grow increasingly suspicious about the circumstances surrounding his wife’s death.
The Virtues is a complex, moving and powerful story of love and redemption shot through with heart and humour. It follows Joseph, a moral yet troubled man who’s lost everything he ever held dear. Joseph finds himself compelled to travel to Ireland to confront the demons that continue to haunt him from a childhood spent in the care system, a journey that will have savage and brutal consequences. His path soon crosses with that of Dinah—fiery and more than able to stand up for herself but, like Joseph, she’s also deeply guarded, holding close a secret she’s hiding from all those around her.
All American Season Three
Based on the real life high school years of former NFL star Spencer Paysinger, the last season of All American saw star wide receiver Spencer James (Daniel Ezra) facing a huge moral decision: turn his back on his success and return to his family or stay at the affluent Beverly Hills High School that can help further his football dream? Season three promises even more high-octane drama, following Spencer's decision to leave Beverly Hills High behind to return to Crenshaw and play for his late father's team—with his longtime coach Billy Baker (Taye Diggs) coming along for the ride with him.
Bridge And Tunnel
Bring on all the nostalgia feels with this binge-worthy dramedy set in the 1980s. Starring Australia’s own Caitlin Stasey, the series revolves around a group of college students out to pursue their dreams in Manhattan all the while clinging to the familiarity of their working-class Long Island home town. Expect romance, heartbreak and growing pains.
Search Party Season Four
Search Party can best be summed up like this: Gossip Girl meets Pretty Little Liars with a heavy dose of sass and screams. In the latest season, Dory (Alia Shawkat) is held prisoner by a psychotic stalker, who is determined to make Dory believe that they are best friends. Meanwhile, Portia is starring in a film about the trial; Elliott has switched party lines to become a far-right conservative talk show host; and Drew is trying to escape his dark past by working at a theme park. As the friends begin to connect the dots that Dory might not be touring Europe as her faked social media posts suggest, they must decide whether or not to put their traumatic pasts behind them and once again become a search party—but this time, for Dory.
We love an Aussie drama and Bump is absolutely one of the best we've seen in recent times. The 10-part original series centres around Oly, an ambitious and high-achieving teenage girl who has a surprise baby; and the complications that ensue for two families. Set in and around a high school in contemporary inner Sydney, Bump explores unexpected motherhood, unwelcome new relatives, and unintended consequences with humour and emotional honesty. It stars the amazing Claudia Karvan and is directed by another amazing Aussie, Gracie Otto. Strap yourself in for LOLs and heartfelt moments. Even better? Season two has already been confirmed.
This genre-busting series, inspired by Terry Pratchett’s fantasy novels, is the perfect binge. Set in fictional Discworld's principal city of Ankh-Morpork, The Watch follows a group of misfit cops as they rise up from decades of helplessness to save their corrupt city from catastrophe. Expect amazing special effects, epic fight scenes and keep you on the edge of your seat action—plus dragons, giants made of stone and some serious LOLs. Strap yourself, The Watch is a wild ride.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK
Everyone needs a little more glitter and sass in their life and what better way to inject that than with RuPaul's Drag Race UK which you can very much do because season two has just dropped on Stan. RuPaul will be joined once again by Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and Graham Norton, with Vicar of Dibley icon Dawn French and infamous gamer Gemma Collins, also confirmed to guest star. Expect all the fabulousness you know and know and love. Sashay away and get your binge on.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
Spoiler warning: if you haven’t yet watched season one of this feel-good singalong romantic comedy, then go back and start there. For those who have already discovered this gem, season two picks up seven weeks after season one; where we find Zoey living at home—and she hasn't heard a heart song since her father's (Peter Gallagher) death. In Zoey's absence, Mo has befriended Zoey's love triangle Max and Simon. Both men are still vying for Zoey's attention and love; while also becoming friends. With everything Zoey is dealing with, she's still faced with the dilemma of choosing between the 'handsome one or the more handsome one'.
Four Weddings And A Funeral
Created and written by Mindy Kaling, Four Weddings and A Funeral is a 10-part new series adapted from the 1994 iconic film—and yes it’s an absolute must watch. The new series follows Maya (Game Of Thrones' Nathalie Emmanuel), the young communications director for a New York senatorial campaign, who receives a wedding invitation from her college schoolmate now living in London. She leaves her professional and personal life behind, in favour of traveling to England and reconnecting with old friends and ends up in the midst of their personal crises. Relationships are forged and broken, political scandals exposed, London social life lampooned, love affairs ignited and doused, and of course there are four weddings… and a funeral.
Dom And Adrian: 2020
Created by Nick Boshier and Christiaan Van Vuuren, AKA the Bondi Hipsters, Dom and Adrian: 2020 is a mockumentary special that chronicles their journey through the garbage fire that was 2020. Having been billed to play at a premier bush doof, Dom and Adrian’s USBJ’ing (DJing with pre-loaded USBs) career was on the precipice of taking off.. when the bushfires hit. They were next booked to play a bushfire fundraiser when the floods washed through. Then they were going to headline a flood-relief show when the hail storms came down. And now, the night before their biggest gig yet, the whole country was thrown into lockdown because of one little global pandemic.
It’s a big call, but this newbie starring the incredible Bryan Cranston is the best show on Stan right now. The 10-episode legal thriller stars Cranston as Michael Desiato, a respected New Orleans judge whose teenage son, Adam (Hunter Doohan), is involved in a tragic hit-and-run. While initially encouraging Adam to give himself up, things quickly change when Michael realises the victim is in fact the son of New Orleans' most notorious and dangerous crime boss. What follows is a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices. Your Honor will have you on the edge of your seat, from start to finish. New eps drop every Sunday, the same day as U.S so there will be no spoilers.
After The Night
After The Night explores the life and crimes of one of Australia’s most infamous serial killers—Eric Edgar Cooke. In the early 1960s, Perth was a peaceful city, but everything changed when a spate of horrific, seemingly senseless killings started to occur. We’re talking horror-movie-like stuff, like a young woman tied up and mutilated with scissors in her sleep. While police were left baffled, the deadly reign continued, resulting in lost lives and innocent people being locked up. After The Night offers unprecedented access to the key figures in the story, including Sally Cooke (Cooke’s wife), John Button (the second man to be wrongfully convicted), and Estelle Blackburn, the journalist who helped overturn his conviction.
House Of Ho
We love a bit of reality TV and House Of Ho seriously hits the spot. It follows the lives of the Ho family, a wealthy Vietnamese-American clan living the dream in Houston, Texas. This family loves the luxe life, think: jumping on a private jet for a few hours of shopping in Dallas, dining on lobster and caviar every day and throwing lavish parties. There’s also relatable moments like the hilarious, ongoing sibling rivalry between Judy and big brother Washington (who can do no wrong when it comes to their parents). And it wouldn’t be a reality show without a bit of romance which comes in the form of newly divorced Judy’s dating life—the hot gossip amongst her overbearing family. It’s a bit nuts and totally addictive.
Saved By The Bell
It doesn’t matter if you were a fan of the OG or are checking it out for the first time, this reboot of cult classic Saved By The Bell is one of the best watches on Stan right now. In this present day version, California governor Zack Morris (yes, played by an adult Mark Paul Gosselaar), gets into hot water for closing too many underfunded high schools, proposing they send the affected students to the most well-funded schools in the state—including Bayside High. The influx of new students gives the privileged Bayside kids (who have never had a problem that can’t be solved in 22 minutes) a much needed dose of reality. As well as boasting a cast of talented newbies, Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley are also reprising their roles as A.C Slater and Jessie Sparo.
Gangs Of London
This show has been blowing up in the UK and we have (not so) patiently waited for it to hit our screens. Well, praise be it’s finally here. It’s absolutely one of the best shows on Stan and the plot goes like this: For 20 years, Finn Wallace was the most powerful criminal in London. But now he’s dead—and nobody knows who ordered the hit. With rivals everywhere, it’s up to the impulsive Sean Wallace to take his father’s place—no matter how bloody the cost. Prepare yourself for some truly incredible (and at times, tough to watch) fight scenes.
If you're a fan of a good crime show with a gritty edge, then you’ll love Dark Heart. Based on the novels by Adam Creed, the show follows Detective Inspector William Wagstaffe, a workaholic whose personal life is just as complex as his day job. Haunted by the unsolved double murder of his parents when he was just 16, Wagstaffe takes pleasure in taking down the city’s most violent predators. But it seems like he might have met his match when a string of horrifyingly brutal murders during an August heatwave turn personal.
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True crime junkies listen up, this four-part documentary will send shivers down your spine. Offering never-before-seen footage and unprecedented insight, Seduced chronicles the extraordinary and harrowing journey of India Oxenberg. In 2011, a then 19-year-old Oxenberg along with her mother Catherine, a famous actress, attended a seminar run by an organisation called NXIVM. What they didn’t know then was the NXIVM was a front for a modern day sex-slave cult that Oxenberg would soon be sucked into, eventually becoming a slave for actress Alison Mack of Smallville fame. It’s wild stuff and definitely worth a watch.
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