The biggest new releases coming to Netflix, Stan and Foxtel this week

Matt Sayer 27 November 2017

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Check out the new TV shows and movies you can watch this week on Australian streaming services.

This week marks what will likely be one of the last new-release Disney movies to grace Netflix's library, with the House of Mouse planning on severing ties with the streaming service and launching its own competing platform in 2019. Until then, though, Netflix subscribers can enjoy the live-action retelling of The Beauty and The Beast starring Emma Watson, which joins the Netflix catalogue this Tuesday.

Over on Stan, the regular batch of new episodes from shows like White Famous, SMILF and The Girlfriend Experience arrive this week, along with the Ice Cube and Tracy Morgan comedy Fist Fight. Foxtel, meanwhile, is having a bit of a quiet one, with the only notable addition being a new episode of season eight of The Walking Dead.

Take a look at the highlights of this week's new streaming releases below. For a complete schedule of upcoming programming, check out our list of everything coming to Aussie streaming services in November.


netflix

Tuesday 28 November

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Genre
Fantasy, Family
Runtime
2hrs 9mins
IMDb
7.3

Friday 1 December

Dark

Genre
Mystery
Runtime
10 episodes, 60mins each
IMDb
7.5

Voyeur

Genre
Documentary
Runtime
TBA
IMDb
N/A

stan

Monday 27 November

White Famous, Season 1 Episode 8

Genre
Comedy
Runtime
30mins
IMDb
5.7

The Girlfriend Experience, Season 2 Episodes 7 and 8

Genre
Drama
Runtime
14 episodes, 27mins each
IMDb
7.3

Good Behavior, Season 2 Episode 7

Genre
Crime, Drama
Runtime
48mins
IMDb
8.2

SMILF, Season 1 Episode 4

Genre
Comedy
Runtime
30mins
IMDb
6.1

Thursday 30 November

Fist Fight

Genre
Comedy
Runtime
1hr 31mins
IMDb
5.6

foxtel-on-demand

Monday 27 November

The Walking Dead, Season 8 Episode 6

Genre
Drama
Runtime
45mins
IMDb
8.5

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