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TV Guide, StreamingLeah Rocke

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Chef’s Table: Season 2 (May 27, Netflix)
Chef’s Table features six of the world’s most renowned international chefs, and offers viewers the opportunity to go inside the lives and kitchens of these culinary talents.

The featured chefs for season two include: Alex Atala, Dom (Brazil); Ana Ros, Hiša Franko (Slovenia); Dominique Crenn, Atelier Crenn (United States); Enrique Olvera, Pujol (Mexico); Gagan Anand, Gaggan (Thailand); Grant Achatz, Alinea, Next, The Aviary (United States).



John Oliver: Terrifying Times

John Oliver: Terrifying Times (May 27, Stan)
In this stand-up comedy special from Comedy Central, British Comedian John Oliver (Last Week Tonight, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart) discusses global issues, politics, and his childhood.






Bloodline: Season 2 (Netflix, May 27)

Season 2 begins with the Rayburn family struggling to conceal their unthinkable crime. Mysterious strangers from Danny's past arrive with a dangerous agenda. Law enforcement is closing in on the truth behind Danny's murder.

And the tight-knit family's once harmonious relationship is poisoned by paranoia and mistrust as it slowly begins to unravel. Lies mount.  Alliances are betrayed.  Relationship are destroyed. With their backs against the wall, good people may have to do some very bad things...


Nathan For You

Nathan For You: Season 2 (May 30, Stan)
Nathan Fielder uses his business degree and life experiences to help real small businesses turn a profit. But due to his unorthodox approach, Nathan’s genuine efforts often draw real people into an experience far beyond what they signed up for.




Wanted: Season 1 (June 1, Presto)
In this Australian crime drama, Rebecca Gibney stars as Lola Buckley, who is forced into a life on the run alongside her colleague when the pair is falsely accused of murder.






Parks and Recreation: Season 7

Weekend Binge Watch: Parks and Recreation: Season 7 (June 2, Presto)
The final season of Parks and Recreation drops on June 2, so spend your weekend catching up with the Pawnee Parks Department over the weekend. Early highlights include Season 2’s “Ron and Tammy” and Season 3’s “Fancy Party”.

On June 2, jump forward in time to 2017, when Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) wants to purchase a plot of land for a national park, and her former boss and now enemy Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) wants to buy the same land for his construction company. Ben, April, Andy, Donna, Tom and Terry intervene as tensions reach a boiling point. Before the curtain closes on one of the best sitcoms of the last 10 years, the gang tackles one last project together.


Here is everything else that’s new to Australian streaming this week:
The Do-Over (May 27, Netflix)
Stalingrad (May 27, Stan)
Next Time I’ll Aim For The Heart (May 28, Stan)
The Truman Show (May 29, Presto)
Ted 2 (May 29, Presto)
Ladygrey (May 29, Stan)
Tex (May 30, Presto)
Scream: Season 2 (May 31, Netflix)
Max (May 31, Netflix)
Pseudonym (May 31, Stan)
Review (USA): Season 1 (May 31, Stan)
The Mindy Project: Season 4 Episode 21 (May 31, Presto)
Magic Mike (June 1, Netflix)
Friday After Next (June 1, Netflix)
Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere (June 1, Netflix)
One Eyed Girl (June 1, Netflix)
Mary and Max (June 1, Netflix)
Mia and Me: Season 2 (June 1, Netflix)
Between the Folds (June 1, Netflix)
Hard Candy (June 1, Netflix)
The Fear of 13 (June 1, Netflix)
The Mask You Live In (June 1, Netflix)
The Meerkats (June 1, Netflix)
Wanted: Season 1 (June 1, Presto)
Mississippi Grind (June 1, Presto)
Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo (June 1, Presto)
Suite Française (June 1, Stan)
Containment: Season 1 Episode 7 (June 1, Stan)
Marriage Italian Style (June 1, Stan)
Child’s Pose (June 1, Stan)