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Glossy Aussie series Eden has cinematic aspirations to match its mystery
Eden stylishly unpacks the secrets revealed by a young woman’s disappearance.
Tenet, Eden, We Are Lady Parts and everything else on Neon this July
Neon also asks: Who is America?
Jessica Biel investigates a mass disappearance in uneasy, ominous series Limetown
A podcast adaptation perfect for those that miss Mulder and Scully and couldn’t get enough of Serial.
Bump proves adolescence is already hard enough, even without a surprise birth
Funny with moments of poignancy, Bump’s “unbelievable” premise isn’t that uncommon.
Domina’s modern take on ancient family politics, power, sex and revenge
Domina lends an ancient patriarchal tale a much-needed modern spin.
Young Rock is a comedic love letter to Dwayne Johnson’s dynastic wrestling family
Dwayne Johnson and friends have cooked up a hilarious new show.
Amy Poehler brings inescapable teen averageness to life in Duncanville
New animated sitcom chronicles constant – and hilarious – punishment by the puberty gods.
Young Rock, Limetown, Relic and everything else on Neon this June
Also includes Flicks favourite Portrait of a Lady on Fire.
Kevin Bacon plays an unredeemable scumbag with gusto in crime drama City on a Hill
Bacon’s character is unapologetically corrupt, usually insulting people between sips of day-booze.
Move over Doctor Who, Intergalactic is the new space-travelling British sci-fi to watch
New British sci-fi show is powered by a great female ensemble.
Shrill’s modern coming-of-age story concludes in its third and final season
Like its heroine, Shrill keeps learning, growing and thriving, right to the very end.
All hail the sweet and uncynical joy of Parks and Recreation
Across seven seasons, Parks and Rec minted a whole new era of comedy stars.
Made for Love is black comedy with great performances and a thoroughly chilling premise
Should cement Cristin Milioti’s status as a star – and let’s hear it for Ray Romano.
The Handmaid’s Tale is back, as edge-of-the-seat and nail-bitingly tense as ever
Another season of perpetual on-the-edge-of-your-sofa tension is here.
Nomadland, Made for Love and everything else on Neon this May
And make some noise for the new season of Shrill!
The characters in Breeders say what parents are all thinking, but are afraid to say out loud
British comedy Breeders finds plenty of laughs in its raw honesty.
Kate Winslet’s new series Mare of Easttown takes the traumatised detective genre in a new direction
New whodunnit is led by a transformative performance from Kate Winslet.
Celebrate Fear the Walking Dead’s return with 10 of the most classic zombie kills ever
Wonderful walker carnage and some of the greatest old-school zombie deaths in film.
Revisit 10 seasons of sex, drugs, drama, farce and fun with Shameless Hall of Shame
Hall of Shame recaps ten seasons of Shameless with new scenes and flashbacks aplenty.
New series The Nevers continues HBO’s dalliance with sci-fi and fantasy
While brushing over some heavy topics, The Nevers maintains a sense of fun throughout.
Next week we’ll be able to see Justice is Gray (no, this is not an April Fool’s gag)
Another version of Justice League comes to screens in Aotearoa next week.
A mother’s worst nightmare turns into compelling mystery in The Drowning
A mother is convinced she’s found the son she lost years ago.