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Streaming Guide September 9-15

Now Add Honey (Stan, September 9)

The hilarious comedy from Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope (The Librarians, Upper Middle Bogan) stars Lucy Fry (Stan’s Wolf Creek). Life implodes for a middle aged woman when her movie star niece comes to stay.


Aquarius: Season 2 Finale (Presto, September 10)

In this double episode finale, Hodiak (David Duchovny) ignores protocol and searches for the mysterious serial killer without the help of the LAPD. Meanwhile, Charles Manson (Gethin Anthony) sends his followers Tex, Sadie, Emma and Patty to the location of what will become one of the most infamous crimes in U.S. history.


The Last Ship: Season 3 Finale (Stan, September 12)

As the fight for America reaches its conclusion, Chandler must face a challenge that will save his life forever in the third season finale. This adaptation of William Brinkley’s popular novel has been renewed for a fourth season, which will return to Stan in 2017.


Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 3 (Netflix, September 13)

The third season of this police sitcom drops on Netflix next Tuesday. The detectives at the 99th Precinct are thrown at the end of the second season finale when Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) is promoted to Public Relations. In the third season premiere, New York’s funniest meet their new productivity-focused Captain, Seth Dozerman (Bill Hader), while Detectives Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) try to navigate their new relationship.


Weekend Binge Watch: The Good Wife: All Seasons (Netflix, Stan, Presto)

The final season of The Good Wife is already available on Stan and Presto, and will be dropping on Netflix next Wednesday, and the weekend (plus a few days) is a great time to catch up on all 156 episodes. The show starts with Alicia Florrick (Julianna Marguiles, ER) returning to work as a lawyer after 15 years away because her husband (Chris Noth, Sex and the City) was publicly disgraced for using government money to pay for prostitutes. What starts as a legal procedural with cases ripped from the headlines slowly evolves into one of television’s most compelling workplace dramas, and a cynical portrayal of the legal and political worlds.




If that’s not what you’re looking for, here is everything else premiering on Australian streaming this week:

Spectre (Netflix, September 9)
Leap Year (Stan, September 9)
Sweet Home Alabama (Presto, September 9)
Scouts’ Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (Presto, September 9)
Rush Hour: Season 1 (Presto, September 9)
Oh, Woe Is Me (Stan, September 10)
Assault on Precinct 13 (Presto, September 10)
Bolt (Presto, September 10)
Irrational Man (Presto, September 10)
Dheepan (Stan, September 11)
Deep Impact (Presto, September 11)
Funny People (Presto, September 11)
The Watcher (Presto, September 11)
Lookalikes (Presto, September 11)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 & 2 (Netflix, September 12)
The Circus: Episode 18 (Stan, September 12)
Extremis (Netflix, September 13)
Nurse Jackie: Season 7 (Stan, September 13)
Easy Sex, Sad Movies (Stan, September 13)
Gone in 60 Seconds (Netflix, September 14)
Legally Blonde (Netflix, September 14)
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (Netflix, September 14)
Legally Blondes (Netflix, September 14)
The Good Wife: Season 7 (Netflix, September 14)
Under the Gun (Stan, September 14)
Theeb (Stan, September 14)
Sample This (Netflix, September 15)
Lah Lah’s Adventures: Season 1 (Stan, September 15)
Space Cowboys (Stan, September 15)
30 Days of Night (Presto, September 15)
Ghostbusters (Presto, September 15)
Snatch (Presto, September 15)
Big Daddy (Presto, September 15)
Night at the Museum (Presto, September 15)
My Girl (Presto, September 15)
My Girl 2 (Presto, September 15)
Single White Female (Presto, September 15)
1408 (Presto, September 15)
Anaconda (Presto, September 15)
Whitney Cummings: I’m Your Girlfriend (Presto, September 15)